MOTORCYCLE LIGHTS
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Motorcycle lights come on the bike.  Right?  Sure they do, but you can bet the manufacturer supplies the bare basics of lighting.  Our advice is to get the basic bike you want and then light it up, chrome it up and have the bike that you really truly want!

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Lights are an essential safety feature whether you tend to ride your motorcycle in the broad open daylight or the deepest, darkest night. Proper lighting can be one of the best ways to protect yourself from errant pedestrians and motorists as well. There is no chrome or leather accessory that will prove as valuable to your personal protection as steady, bright and attention commanding lighting when the circumstances call for it.

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You don't have to look very hard for some really cool lighting accessories. Among the many possibilities, there are LED lights that you can mount everywhere from behind the headlight to under the tag. The Hyper-strips and LED characteristics will allow installation where until now, lack mountable space and electrical demands made such uses of lighting impossible. Even older bikes with pitifully wimpy alternators can have a really cool neon glow and certainly hold their own amongst the new custom bikes.

Many custom bikes are designed with lighting display in mind. Clearance and wiring layouts are premeditated to accept as many LED strips that will hold as many bulbs as possible. Who would have thought when hanging ropes of Christmas tree lights on the metal gutters that they would make their way onto the iron horse as decorations?

For chrome and motorcycle lighting accessories it's hard to beat the benchmarks of the motorcycle industry. Your dealer can provide you with top of the line lights from many vendors. Rest assured if your lights come from any of the following suppliers that you will be getting a quality product.
  • Custom Chrome
  • Pro-one
  • Midwest
  • Drag Specialties


To find these products, you may wish to cruise the catalogs of J and P Cycles and Bike Bandit online. You can often find excellent bargains there.

Some of the existing lights that you can accent on your bike are
  • Fog lights (fondly called ditch lights)
  • Brake lights
  • Tail lights
  • Signal lights
  • Running lights

    You can get headlights and mirrors in skull, iron cross or just flashy eye-catching chrome. Beware of the "too cheap to be true" phenomenon. Wherever you may shop, this is one area that you get what you pay for. There have been recent reports of super cheap chrome items corroding and exhibiting discoloration in record time.

    When you see accessories pulling this number on an immaculate and otherwise well cared for motorcycle. Motorcycle lighting fixtures should be shiny, bright and above all rust and corrosion free! It may be worth your while to get some bike maintenance training in this area. If you do your homework and learn to do your installations yourself you can spend the money saved on more motorcycle lights and accessories!

    For more information on lighting kits and other motorcycle accessories, please visit GoGoCycles Motorcycle Classifieds home page! Disclaimer: Information on this website is for information only.








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