Get Ready for Spring

Your bike will get a charge out of this...

No, you are not lost in cyber space, this is the website of Cobra USA. And yes, we occasionally feature motorcycle riding and equipment items not sold by us but we think are worth sharing with our customers.

Most parts of the country are still in the grip of late winter, a time of year when the majority of bikes are kept in the garage most of the time. Prolonged inactivity can take its toll on vehicle batteries. Come first sign of spring, many un-prepared riders don't get to ride because their bike's battery is a dead mother.

One of the most popular ways to avoid those chronic battery blues is a device named the Battery Tender. Made by a Deltran, a Florida-based company that pioneered in the development of battery maintenance devices. The Battery Tender keeps the battery charged without cooking it by over-charging. Inside this smallish charger is circuitry that senses the condition of your bike's battery and delivers just enough charging energy to keep it at maximum charge.

We've used 'em and they work. Contact: Deltran

    Emissions Notice

    The state of California considers aftermarket exhaust systems to be legal replacement parts for non-catalyst equipped motorcycles and/or if slip-on mufflers are installed downstream of the OEM catalysts.

    California does not allow the use of aftermarket systems that remove original equipment catalysts, (except for racing use only) unless the Air Resources Board has issued an Executive Order for that system.

    For California riders we offer Air Resources Board approved Fi2000 R ARB units. (ARB E.O. No. D-633-1). All other Fi2000 models are not legal for street use in California.