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If you need a new motorcycle sprocket, you’re in the right place. We’ve assembled a collection of sprockets for all types of bikes – cruisers, tourers, sport bikes and more. Of course, each sprocket is designed to fit a specific machine. To get started, all you have to do is utilize our Parts Finder by entering your bike’s make, model and year at the top of the page. We’ll identify all of the sprockets we carry that fit your motorcycle. It’s easy!
Sprockets come in a variety of sizes, styles and materials. When shopping for one, make sure you know whether you need from front or rear sprocket. This is easy to remember since they come in vastly different sizes from one another and literally sit in different locations on the bike. However, you should also be aware of how many teeth you need on each sprocket if you want to maintain the same gear ratio. If you want to make a few adjustments, gearing up (larger front sprocket or smaller rear sprocket) will grant you more speed, whereas gearing down (smaller front sprocket or larger rear sprocket) will boost your acceleration.
We carry motorcycle sprockets from major names that you recognize and trust, including JT, Renthal, Supersprox, Sunstar and others. Take a look at our selection now to see what we have available for your bike.
Jessica in WY
Needed to lower my RPMs a bit on my 1999 KLR 650 for highway riding and didn't know if I wan't a 16 or 17 tooth. Ordered a "16t Primary Drive" brand, and a "17t Sunstar" brand. The Primary Drive sprocket measured the same width as the stock sprocket and I won't need to use any shims/spacers to make it fit like a factory sprocket, great news for me as this brand sprocket is really inexpensive and for some reason I expected it to be off. Quality looking metal too... Will be back after several thousand miles of use and abuse :)Read All Reviews
Keenan in CA
I thought this sprocket was supposed to be light. It is easily twice as heavy as the all aluminum sprocket I removed, but it is is 2 teeth smaller. Needless to say, it better last for a long time to make it worth the extra cost and weight.Read All Reviews
LOGAN in IN
ok so i was looking at the reviews for the chain/ sprocket set and a lot of them said the aluminum sprockets chipped teeth and wore out really quick. So i had to put it to the test, so i took to the road and torqued that sprocket and chain as hard as i could. I beat the absolute snot out of it, i put at least 6 hard road hours on it. The chain barely stretched and the sprocket had next to no wear on it!! When i ordered these they were at my house NEXT day with standard shipping!!! 5/5 would easily buy again! The only thing i have to say is that i probably wouldn't but a aluminum sprocket on a 450 (probably stick with a steel)Read All Reviews