50% off Motorcycle batteries w/code @ Euro Car Parts - Prices start at £11.99 with free delivery
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50% off Motorcycle batteries w/code @ Euro Car Parts - Prices start at £11.99 with free delivery

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Found 13th Jun
If you're looking for a cheap battery, it looks pretty good. Not so sure about the RRPs here, but a few of them still work out a good few quid cheaper than elsewhere, so it's worth a look anyways. Use code MCYCLEB50

I'm no morotbike battery guru though Although I am sure lots of you know your stuff, so feel free to shout out if there's anything in there that's worth highlighting

Delivery is free

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Lion Motor Cycle Battery (LB5L-B) £11.99

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Lion Motor Cycle Battery (LTX4L-BS) £14.49
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Exide GEL12-19 Motorcycle Battery £57.99
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Thanks for posting but I wouldn't buy a cheap battery for a bike. Maybe for a scooter though.

It's worth noting that if you can get your hands on a Halfords trade card, the top spec stuff is dirt cheap
could this battery be used in a toy ride on car? Any battery guru's on here
My bike weighs 200kg and is very hard to push. Wouldn't fancy relying on one of these batteries.
snagzie56 m ago

Thanks for posting but I wouldn't buy a cheap battery for a bike. Maybe …Thanks for posting but I wouldn't buy a cheap battery for a bike. Maybe for a scooter though. It's worth noting that if you can get your hands on a Halfords trade card, the top spec stuff is dirt cheap



Been buying the cheapest bike batteries for over 40 years, keep them on a trickle charger and they last longer than any of my bikes have. What do you have against scooters?
0ddball8040 m ago

My bike weighs 200kg and is very hard to push. Wouldn't fancy relying on …My bike weighs 200kg and is very hard to push. Wouldn't fancy relying on one of these batteries.


I replaced my piaggio battery for what I always believed it was a rubbish from ebay. Already there for over 3 year and no trouble at all. I also leave the scooter in the garden unused for long periods in winter and never had the need to recharge. The original yuasa lasted for 4 year but started to give problems when it was 2. Possibly a matter of unlucky circumstances sometime
Edited by: "neroneuk" 13th Jun
I always use Tayna batteries ..and have for over ten years .great company ...fast delivery ..and excellent prices
0ddball802 h, 15 m ago

My bike weighs 200kg and is very hard to push. Wouldn't fancy relying on …My bike weighs 200kg and is very hard to push. Wouldn't fancy relying on one of these batteries.


Well, my bike is bigger than yours 350kgs and I use these with no problems. I bought an expensive £120 battery before and it only lasted 6 months.
groggeruk13th Jun

I always use Tayna batteries ..and have for over ten years .great company …I always use Tayna batteries ..and have for over ten years .great company ...fast delivery ..and excellent prices


cheaper for the battery but then there's the £7.95 delivery cost. far better company to deal with though. Euro Car Parts only real advantage is if you need to return a faulty battery.
Exide Battery for S1000rr is cheaper by £2 on an infamous auction site. £10 saving if you include delivery.
Edited by: "zulfib" 13th Jun
rhinopaul2 h, 34 m ago

Well, my bike is bigger than yours 350kgs and I use these with no …Well, my bike is bigger than yours 350kgs and I use these with no problems. I bought an expensive £120 battery before and it only lasted 6 months.


What you got? A rocket 3 or something?

Thought mine was bad at 228(dry) , hah.
Edited by: "Necrotix" 13th Jun
Bought one of those batteries last year and only lasted 7 months, best buying a branded battery
Just my experience with them
tintowellfan13 h, 19 m ago

Been buying the cheapest bike batteries for over 40 years, keep them on a …Been buying the cheapest bike batteries for over 40 years, keep them on a trickle charger and they last longer than any of my bikes have. What do you have against scooters?


I'd advise everyone to use a trickle charger tbh.

You think I have something against scooters? Come again?

Merely suggesting that buying cheap isn't always the best way, especially when batteries can seriously ruin your day. A lot of people buy motorbikes just for pleasure. Worth forking out for something with a good reputation IMHO.

Yuasa battery - £47.99 with trade card, got one for my K1300S (>250kg wet)
halfords.com/mot…ery
Edited by: "snagzie" 14th Jun
snagzie30 m ago

I'd advise everyone to use a trickle charger tbh.You think I have …I'd advise everyone to use a trickle charger tbh.You think I have something against scooters? Come again?Merely suggesting that buying cheap isn't always the best way, especially when batteries can seriously ruin your day. A lot of people buy motorbikes just for pleasure. Worth forking out for something with a good reputation IMHO. Yuasa battery - £47.99 with trade card, got one for my K1300S (>250kg wet)http://www.halfords.com/motoring/motorcycling/motorcycle-batteries/yuasa-ytx14-bs-powersport-motorcycle-battery



I was really only joking as you were inferring that it was okay to use a cheapo battery for a scooter, but not for a motorcycle.
they have done their usual trick of doubling prices and offering 50% off so ppl think it's a bargain.
Try here instead:- tayna.co.uk
Necrotix11 h, 2 m ago

What you got? A rocket 3 or something?Thought mine was bad at 228(dry) , …What you got? A rocket 3 or something?Thought mine was bad at 228(dry) , hah.


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I bought a LIon battery from this lot about 4 years ago for my old '86 GSX-R750G. Still holds the charge fine, despite sitting in a cold shed most of the year.
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