The motorcyclist has enough gear to keep track of; keys should be the last thing on his mind.


Designed by an avid motorcyclist, Keyport solves the most common key issues motorcyclists face on a daily basis including:

- Keys rattling and scratching the triple tree as they flop around in the wind
- Removing the bike key from the ring on each ride and storing your other keys uncomfortably in your pocket
- Keeping your bike key separately at all times and misplacing it.


Keyport is compatible with most motorcycles and scooters including Aprilia, BMW, Buell, Can-Am, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Moto Guzzi, MV Agusta, Piaggio, Suzuki, Triumph, Vespa, Victory, Yamaha, and more. This also includes motorcycles and scooters equipped with transponder-chipped keys and laser cut keys such as those on new Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, & KTM models.

Transponder-Chipped Motorcycle Keys

Most motorcycles in the U.S. do not utilize transponder-chip technology in their keys. Several Ducati’s, BMW’s and Vespa Scooters 2001+ are chipped. Depending upon the make and model, international motorcycle/scooter keys may be chipped, including most motorcycles purchased in Canada. If you believe your key is chipped, please contact your dealer to confirm and then do not forget to purchase a transponder chip along with your Blades in our store. Make sure to list your motorcycle's year/make/model on your Key ID Form. We recommend only one chipped auto key per Keyport due to radio frequency interference.

Rare Motorcycle Keys

There are rare cases where we cannot obtain the proper blank for your bike key. In particular, some newer models of Triumph motorcycles require the owner to purchase copies from the dealer only. In this case, you must send your key to us for custom conversion.

Incompatible Motorcycle Keys

The only known motorcycle keys that are not yet Keyport compatible are the cylinder keys found on certain Harley Davidson models.

While a particular motorcycle key may be compatible with the Keyport, there are infrequent cases where the ignition itself will not allow access to a Blade extended from a Keyport. Therefore, we suggest that you make sure that you have enough leg room if your ignition is on the side of your motorcycle. Keyport cannot guarantee a lock's accessibility and is not responsible for interference-related issues.


“Keyport is my most frequently used accessory.” ~Marlon


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