Nitro Batteries from Wemoto

Batteries for Motorcycles, Mopeds, Scooters and ATVs.

Nitro BatteryIt’s getting warmer and if you weren’t a winter biker, it’s time to get the bike out of the shed and discover to your horror that there’s a number of parts that need replacing!
Electrical such as batteries are one of the first things that suffer when it’s cold and they’re sat with nothing to do. It’s rare to be able to bring a conventional battery back from deep discharge if it’s not been charged for some time, so Wemoto have affordable, quality Nitro batteries for nearly every motorcycle to get you back on the road again.

Nitro batteries

A variety of Nitro batteries available from Wemoto

Nitro batteries offer the quality you need at prices you want. All Nitro batteries are made to JIS (Japanese Standard) and they have specially developed lead plates and fibreglass separators. Due to lower electrical resistance, Nitro Maintenance Free batteries offer 30% more starting power than standard batteries.

From £7.82 for dry (CB 50 J)

From £24.74 for Maintenance free (XR 125)

From £36.00 for Gel (CBR 125)

Almost every motorcycle, scooter or quad can benefit from a Nitro – these batteries fit many many models including:

Japanese Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha Motorcycles, Scooters and Quads. British AJS, BSA, CCM, Excelsior, Francis Barnett, James, Matchless, Norton, Royal Enfield and Triumph. Italian Aprilia (Piaggio), Benelli, Beta, Cagiva (MV Agusta), Derbi (Piaggio), Ducati, Fantic, Gilera (Piaggio), Italjet, Laverda (Piaggio), Malaguti, Malanca, Moto Guzzi (Piaggio), MV Agusta, and Piaggio. German BMW, MZ/MuZ, Sachs. French Peugeot, MBK, Voxan. Swedish Husqvarna. Austrian Husaberg, KTM. Spanish Gas Gas, Rieju. Portuguese AJP. American Arctic Cat, Buell, Harley Davidson, Polaris. Canadian Bombardier ATVs. Indian Royal Enfield India. Korean Daelim, Hyosung. Taiwanese Adly, Aeon, Barossa, CPI, Kymco, PGO, Sym. Chinese Baotian, Keeway, Lifan, Sinnis, Sukida, Superbyke and more.

To find your battery, go to Wemoto and search for your bike.

Alternatively, you can search by the code on the side of your old battery (if preceded by a C – eg CTX14-BS – it is safe to replace this with a Y – eg, YTX14-BS) on our list of available Nitro Batteries.

Conventional, Maintenance free, and Gel Nitro batteries are available now from >Wemoto

Nitros are available as standard/dry batteries, maintenance free or gel. If you’re unsure of the difference, read our battery types guide.

Once you have your battery, we want you to know how to look after it so it will reach its intended lifespan. Forgetting to keep your battery charged, particularly if you have an alarm or immobilizer fitted or it’s cold, can kill new battery. Other faulty electricals on the bike can fry a brand new battery, as can using the wrong type of charger or not charging correctly. Read our battery care guide to get the most out of your battery.

Have you had a Nitro? Let us know what you thought of it! Leave a comment here!

Information correct at the time of publishing

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