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About Our Best Chains (Universal)

No one wants to have a chain break mid-ride. Hearing “chain slop” can quickly diminish your enjoyment of your ride and put you in fear mode. Your motorcycle chain is one of the most important parts of your drivetrain. It’s critical to a safe and smooth riding experience, so it’s best to keep it maintained properly, and quickly replace it when it shows any sign of wear and tear.

Motorcycle Chains in Great Shape Will Keep You Riding

When your motorcycle chain breaks, BikeBandit.com is here to provide you with a wide selection of the best motorcycle chains to keep you riding. We want you to have that enjoyable journey every time, so check out our range of standard, O-ring, and X-ring chains for your bike model. BikeBandit.com sells everything from roller chains to colored chains. We offer motorcycle chains from the top brands, such as DID, RK, Tsubaki, Renthal, BikeMaster, Pro Taper, and more. We even carry motorcycle chain links, sprays, tools, and other accessories to keep your chain, and your bike, performing the way you need it to perform.

What Kind of Motorcycle Chain Do You Need?

Just like bikes and riders, motorcycle chains come in a variety of types and styles, offering varying performance. The simplest motorcycle chain is a standard, non-sealed chain, which requires the most maintenance because it doesn’t have a way to keep itself lubricated. Alternatively, the O-ring and X-ring chains offer internal lubrication. If your bike has a standard, non-sealed chain, you may need to keep a close watch on it for wear and lubrication.

O-Ring Motorcycle Chains

O-ring chains are less needy when it comes to maintenance. They have tiny O rings between the plates and rollers to keep grease and lube inside of the chain, while keeping dirt out. These chains don’t require the upkeep that standard, non-sealed chains do, but you will have to give them some care. Over time, O-ring chains lose lubrication and dry out, or sometimes crack and fall off. The best way to avoid this is to regularly lubricate your O-ring chain.

X-Ring Motorcycle Chains

The shape of X-ring motorcycle chains inherently reduces friction, and thus it reduces wear. X-ring motorcycle chains tend to last longer than standard, non-sealed chains and O-ring chains.

To keep you riding on that open highway, motocross track, or your terrain or choice, it’s imperative that you choose the right motorcycle chain for your bike, and that you tend to your chain properly. Purchasing the right chain for your machine, adhering to proper maintenance schedules, and checking for signs of wear will give you smooth and predictable performance and keep you safe while riding. For all of your motorcycle chain needs, BikeBandit.com offers affordable and speedy solutions.
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