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Scooter Accessories Department

With a smaller physical size than most motorcycles, you might think there isn’t much in the way of accessories available for a scooter. And yet this couldn’t be further from the truth. Motorcycle Superstore has a scooter accessories department that not only has a ton of variety but also a huge amount of depth to its selection. Find battery chargers, tie-downs, security systems, covers, luggage, engine oil, tools and cleaning supplies. Brands like Bully, Bel-Ray, Dowco, Gorilla, Tour Master, Master Lock and Kryptonite have the accessories and are ready to keep your scooter running perfectly year after year.

Latest Reviews

Swanee (Topeka, KS)

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Gets the job done!

Value priced and an easy-to-use solution for axles that seem to have been designed with "Removal must require at least one oddball tool nobody has..." among the required specifications.

Douglas (Las Vegas, NV)

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GREAT PRODUCT

The problem with most tie downs is you have to strap the bike down tight or risk a hook coming loose when the bike hits a bump. The safety catch eliminates that problem and allows me to tie the suspension at 75% and not worry about losing a strap.

Douglas (Las Vegas, NV)

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Great product

I use it to steady the bike on my Kendon single trailer until I can get straps on the front forks and rear suspension. Then it acts as a back up. Don't want to tighten this strap down too tight for fear of breaking off aluminum handlebars on my 2011 Kawasaki Concours.

Toshi S. (Huntington Beach, CA)

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Seems good

I'm not rating "Fit" and "Finish" (how do those apply?), and I can't say much about "Durability" yet. What I can say is that draining the old fork oil from my 2004 Ninja 250, and replacing with this stuff (filled to 130mm from the tops) has made the damping significantly better and improves the feel of the front end. If I was pushing the bike hard in the canyons or on the track, though, I'd definitely be looking to upgrade the springs and putting some valve emulators on.

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