Add style and protection to your bike with our selection of highest quality motorcycle fork boot covers. Great prices, fast shipping, manufacturer direct, and great customer service!
Highest quality Fork Boots / Gaitors from 22Cycle
The primary goal of a motorcycle fork boot (a.k.a. gaitor) is to keep debris away from the fork seal to extend the life of the fork. They do not provide a seal against moisture. Most often, older bikes that had fork seal issues were recommended to add fork boots as an extra layer of protection and defense. Another example of how a fork boot can provide cheap protection is think about if a rock got jammed between the fork brace and the stanchion. You can imagine that it wouldn't take long to cause significant damage to the fork. A fork boot provides protection here and could save you a few hundred dollars to have your fork rebuilt.
22Cycle provides the highest quality motorcycle fork boot / gaitors from top-quality manufacturers, as well as customer service that makes your experience as satisfying and stress-free as possible. Each product is offered at the lowest possible price, and customers enjoy international shipping and hassle-free returns. We offer motorcycle fork boots in 18 or 34 pleats, and multiple colors: black, white, blue, red, green, yellow, and pink. Great prices, fast shipping, and great customer service. When you need motorcycle fork boots that deliver outstanding performance and protection over a long lifespan, browse the selection at 22Cycle.
If you’re fed up with the inferior quality of the parts you've been purchasing for your motorcycle lately, you’ll be pleasantly surprised when you order steering and suspension parts from 22Cycle. We only sell parts from reputable manufacturers; you’ll never have to worry about getting knockoffs or replica parts instead of the real thing. And because we've forged close relationships with these leading motorcycle suppliers, the authenticity of your parts is guaranteed.
Always follow your motorcycle manufacturer's recommendation for replacing fork boots and other related parts. Safety first, wear gloves to protect your hands, wear eye protection, and secure your bike to a proper motorcycle stand.