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Stock Replacement Round and Rectangular Motorcycle Mirrors: RideGear has a nice selection of replacement 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!