Motorcycle batteries come in various dimensions, voltages, and cold cranking amps, which battery do you need? We’re here to help!
Before buying another new motorcycle battery, consider this, did the current battery perform as expected and did you maintain it? Have you accessorized your ride with electronics?
We can easily replace the old battery with one exactly like it, but is that truly the best battery for your bike?
Some years ago, motorcycles did not use batteries, the ignition was a set of points and a condenser. Fold out the foot peg on the kick starter and give it a good kick to power it up. Now, most bikes have elaborate electronics, lights and accessories for listening to music and powering up a phone. Having the right battery installed on today’s bikes is critical.
No Two Batteries are Created the Same!
There is no “one size fits all” motorcycle battery, making certain you get the correct one is why we’re here. If you have the make and model of your bike, we have a battery in stock for you, or we can special order it and have it in 3-5 business days.
- 200 on average
- 90 days on Lead Acid Filled
- 6 months on AGM
Q: Why do battery dimensions vary?
A: The number of lead plates needed to create the Amp/Hours specified dictate the size.