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Ideally speaking, we want to ride our bikes 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year! However when we dream of this, reality kicks in and we have to accept that sometimes the bike sits in our garage unused, waiting for us to come back and take it out for a ride again. During those times, you want your motorcycle to be safe and sound. In our storage and security category, you will find products to help you accomplish just that!
To store your motorcycle safely, you will want to get a good quality motorcycle lock. We sell a variety of motorcycle locks. The easiest way to lock your motorcycle is by using a disc brake lock. These locks go onto your brake disc, preventing your wheel from rotating and thus making it very hard for a thief to transport your bike. Disc locks are compact, portable and reasonably lightweight making them ideal for coming along on a multi-day ride. If you want to go all out, you might want to consider a heavy chain lock. Paired to a fixed point like a lamp post, wall anchor or a fence, using a chain lock physically connects your bike to this fixed point and making it impossible to move the bike without actually destroying the lock itself. Whatever kind of lock you choose, make sure you purchase one with a security rating accepted by your insurance company for theft coverage! All the locks we sell are ART4 rated.
To make sure your motorcycle gets out of storage looking just as good as when it went into storage, a motorcycle cover really is a must. These covers prevent your bike from getting wet in case you do not have a garage. But even if you do have a garage, these covers prevent humidity and condensation from affecting your bike. It’s also a great way to prevent your motorcycle from getting all dusty or scratched.
A battery tender, or motorcycle battery charger, is a charger that will keep your motorcycle battery in great condition during the time the bike is in storage. As we all know a motorcycle battery is a pretty delicate piece of equipment and if you leave the bike for too long, or if the temperatures during storage get too low, the battery may die. There’s no worse feeling than finally taking your bike out for a ride again only to realize the bike won’t start! A battery tender is a great investment as trickle charging your battery will make it last longer and you will not have to buy a replacement every year.