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Petrie Motorsports is closing the doors and going out of business!  Our last day of normal operations will be Saturday October 1st.  We are having an auction on Saturday October 15th to sell all of our remaining inventory, tools and equipment.  We will be selling everything including the building and property at the auction so please plan on attending and I’m sure you will find lots of great deals on everything including our outdoor signage, lots of hard parts for KTM, Sea-Doo, Ski-Doo, and Can-Am, and we still have a lot of truck parts and tools from our truck rental and repair shop days.  Heavy duty hand tools, air tools, lots of air and oil filters, starters, alternators, and many more truck related items.  Click on this link to go to the auction flyer:

Badger State Auction Flyer

If you are a Petrie Motorsports service customer we have made arrangements to transition you to MaXxx Motorsports in Darien, at the intersection of I-43 and Hwy 14.  MaXxx has our customer list and can seamlessly take over any service needs you may have.  They service the same areas that we do and offer pickup and delivery services, storage and also sell Yamaha, Kawasaki and CF Moto product lines.  The phone number for MaXxx is (262) 882-6299.  Just tell them you are a Petrie customer and they will take over from there!

We sincerely appreciate your past patronage over the last 20 years that we have been in the motorsports business and 47 years in the truck rental and leasing business.  Thank-you and please come to our auction on Oct. 15th (Saturday).  Spread the word to anyone you think may be interested.

We will be continuing our Dual Sport Warehouse online site specializing in unique items for dual sport and adventure motorcycles and our truck rental service will continue through at least Oct 15th.


Store Hours

Posted: May 25, 2016 in Uncategorized

Our store hours are changing:

M-W  10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday  9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sunday  Closed

These hours will apply to our Budget Truck Rental customers as well.

Thank-You for your patronage.


21130380ballistic back-pack jumper pack, the smallest, lightest, portable jump starter for motorcycles

Source: Ballistic Back-Pack

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Parts Unlimited puts out a monthly specials flyer called the “Low Down” that features new products, special deals and seasonal features.

It covers all segments of the motorsports world from watercraft to motocross so you are sure to find something you need if you take the time to check it out.

Click on the picture of the flyer and it will take you directly to the current months specials.  If you see anything you’re interested in just note the part number and call Petrie Motorsports at (262) 723-5518 or email us at to place an order.  Or you are always welcome to stop in at our store at 950 County Rd. H, Elkhorn, WI.

August has some new items from Moose Racing for dirt bikes like radiator guards, brake caliper rebuild kits, fork tube protectors and much more.  September features more items from Moose as well as K&N Filters, Rivco accessories and Yoshimura Exhaust.  Check out what’s new!

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Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin

Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin

Following a series of information releases on the CRF1000L Africa Twin, American Honda has publicized pricing for the all-new model and also revealed additional details on the trailblazing adventure bike. At the same time, Honda officially announced a number of returning on-road models, several of which are offered in new colors for 2016.

Powered by a brand-new 998cc parallel-twin engine, the Africa Twin is available in two versions—one with a highly advanced Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), and another with a standard gearbox; pricing is set at $13,699 and $12,999, respectively. Both versions come standard with ABS and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) and are extremely capable in highway and off-road applications.

(Article from MPN)

Need New Skis For Your Sled?

Posted: November 3, 2014 in Snowmobile
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Winter is coming and now would be a good time to take a walk out to your garage and take a look at the skis on your sled.  Get the sled on it’s side and really check out the bottom of the ski sole.  We see a lot of worn out plastic skis from riding on the edge of the road with one ski on the pavement or from letting your carbides wear down too far and then your ski sole gets chewed up in a hurry!  At Petrie Motorsports we keep a good selection of carbides in stock and we can get you the new Slydog line of skis (below) for all the major brands of sleds.  Check out this LINK for a listing of part numbers and accessories to build your cool custom skis.

Sly Dog Trail Skis

Sly Dog Trail Skis

With the introduction of the KTM 1190 Adventure there has been a rush of new products on the market to fill a demand for cool new “performance products” that owners think they need on their bike.  One of those items that typically will give some small performance gains is a new, less restrictive air filter, or at least one that is easier to clean.  

I have seen several sites selling the new Uni air filter for the KTM 1190 Adventure and it’s being sold as the “greatest thing since sliced bread”.  This filter is coming from Uni – Australia and is not available from Uni – USA.  I recently was at the Parts Unlimited Expo and Uni USA was in attendance and I spoke directly with their representative as to why the filter was not available in the USA?  There were several reasons:

1)  The OEM filter design is poor (in their opinion) and does not provide enough filter material/space.

2)  The Australian Uni replacement filter design is just a small perimeter filter with some foam that is pushed into the intake tubes and they feel that that will become very restrictive and not work as intended.

3)  Due to the poor OEM design, and the problems with dirt ingestion that some customers are having, Uni USA does not want to take on the liability of potential engine damage and the possibility that a customer would claim it was a result of their filter.  

So take that for what it is worth and be cautious about what you are putting on your bike.  Not everything you see has been thoroughly tested and you may be rushing head first into a problem.