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As with everything mechanical, motorcycles are fantastic when they are working properly. When they are not they become a bit of a headache. If you are finding that you are having trouble starting your bike then you may have to consider replacing the battery. The usual life of a motorbike battery is between 3 and 4 years but weather conditions and type of use greatly affect this lifespan as can a fault in the bike's electrical system.
If you have any doubts about your current batteries power then you can get it checked by a mechanic or auto-electrician. If you are planning on making a major journey and have been having problems then this is a wise move, but in the longer run it is probably simpler to replace the battery before you hit any major difficulties.
If you find that you need to purchase a new or replacement battery then you have the choice of letting a garage fit it or replacing it yourself. If you choose to do the latter then Battery2u stock an excellent range of motorcycle batteries that can be ordered direct from them via their website. They stock batteries to fit all models from Kawasaki to Harley and stock batteries from some of the most reputable sources in the business including Varta heavy duty and Exide. There is a next day delivery and all batteries come with a twelve month guarantee.
If you choose to purchase the battery yourself then make sure it is fitted correctly by someone who has experience. The connections should be suitably cleaned and lubricated and the battery made secure. If you have any doubt about your own ability always seek professional help.