With comfort comes confidence. Heres our list of important accessories to make your Indian bike fit you.
Just like the three bears beds for Goldilocks, our stock motorcycles are just not right sometimes. Often its a matter of adjusting the handlebars, the footpegs or the shocks. Fortunately, Harley-Davidson is aware that not all riders are built the same, so over the last few years, engineers in the PA department have been designing various parts to accommodate shorter and taller-than-average riders. We also included something every rider should have—a set of auxiliary riding lights from Motolight.
Still have a few (or a lot) of items to check off your holiday shopping list? Dont despair. Here are some perfect gifts for the motorcycle-loving loved ones in your life. And with most of these items coming in at less than $50, you wont even have to break the bank. So go ahead and get shopping.
If you ride a Harley-Davidson touring or Softail model that has a front brake pedal with a rubber pad, you may have experienced your foot slipping on the rubber when the rubber gets wet, muddy or greasy, or when it wears over time. Well, the folks at The Robson Company, have come up with another great idea to solve the problem of your foot slipping off the brake pedal.