Stock Replacement Round and Rectangular Motorcycle Mirrors: RideGear has a nice selection ofreplacement motorcycle mirrors that will fit on fairings and some will replace stock “lollipop” mirrors | Moto Leather also has a fairly large selection of stock replacement motorcycle mirrors; scroll down past the custom mirrors on their page to see the standard mirrors
Handlebars: Euro Choice Imports makes a very interesting carbon fiber handlebars for motocross and supermoto in a variety of shapes and bends; they’re claimed to be 50% lighter than aluminum bars, stronger and they reduce vibrations
Handlebar Grips: The Grip Ace has built-in buttons for turn signals and headlights | Ariete and Harri’s (made by Sandro Mentasti SRL in Italy) make custom grips, racing grips, tank protectors and other rubber and plastic products for many makes and models | Check out the “Grippy” brake and clutch lever coverings; also available at Cape Fear Motorcycles | Hunter Design flat handlebars are claimed to reduce vibrations and relieve pressure on the hands; they include built-in vibration dampers | Kimpex heated grip inserts are cheap and they can be installed under any motorcycle grip
Convertible Handlebars:Convertibars are adjustable for different positions
Thunderbird Sport Mirrors: Installing Napoleon Bar End Mirrors on a Thunderbird Sport | Looking for mirrors but don’t want bar ends? Rumor has it (thanks to the TBS List!) that Ducati Monster mirrors will fit a Thunderbird Sport — Try SpareShack for a good selection of billet mirrors; look under “billet parts” | Rizoma has some cool-looking mirrors also | If you try any of these, take some photos and send ’em over and I’ll post the story!