The Brake Free helmet light shines—quite literally—by making it easier for drivers to see us. And it does it well.
Voted “Women’s Favorite Safety Item” at last year’s AIMExpo, the inView wireless helmet brake and turn signal system makes riders more visible by adding bright, attention-grabbing lighting up high where it’s easy for other motorists to see.
Now motorcycles with radial mounted brake calipers like the Kawasaki Concours 14 can take advantage of the extra lighting that Motolight auxiliary lighting adds to ones ride. Motolight recently introduced a version of its auxiliary lights that fits bikes where the brake caliper mount bolts are on the backside of the downtube instead of the side.
Motolight, the popular auxiliary riding lights that let other motorists see you better day or night, are now available for the rear of a motorcycle so others know when youre slowing down. The new taillight/brake light combination increases the ability of motorists to see riders from the rear, making riders safer on the road.
We can finally keep up with the cops! Not with speed, but with safety and visibility. Motolight has been providing auxiliary riding lights to law enforcement agencies for years and has been expanding its line of halogen riding lights to adapt to almost any make and model.
Many of us struggle with strapping gadgets on our bikes because they can detract from the look of our ride and may not hold up well in riding conditions, yet we still want the opportunity to bring along modern conveniences that can improve our safety and riding experience. Many manufacturers are taking available technology and customizing it for motorcycles. Now you can take it with you.
Big Bike Parts has been busy creating new products, and recently announced the addition of three exciting new items to help create a personal touch for your motorcycle. Check out how this week’s selections help keep you visible!
New billet-style Tailfin Custom Mirrors from Harley-Davidson features a finned mirror back and the custom raised-rib stem that combine to bring the Art Deco “streamliner” look into the 21st century. And two new Custom Painted Horn Covers from Harley-Davidson feature a hand-painted details layered over a vivid black base.