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Hyper Lite Motorcycle LED Lights Anyone that has spent time on two wheels — either on a bicycle or a motorcycle — knows what a never-ending battle we have as far as our safety is concerned out there on the highways. Other highway users (i.e., everyone else) seem to have taken the term “multi-tasking” to …

LED Lights for Conspicuity and Visibility Bright, low power consumption, lighting kit that improves visibility for the rider at night as well as visibility of the rider during the day. The lights are a bit large and well suited for adventure and similar style motorcycles that have ample space and locations for mounting. The importance …

The Brightest LED Turn Signal Replacement? InertiaLED is a new company that makes LED light towers that work with the BMW, KTM and other CAN bus systems. No additional CAN bus load resistor (review)is required, as it is for other types of LEDs on CAN bus motorcycles. So far, the company makes an LED tower that …

Radiantz Flexible LED Turn Signal Accessory Lights Roll your own custom LED lights. These lights will wrap around forks or they can be arranged on saddlebags, turn signal stalks, anywhere! They’re the best thing since … LEDs! How would you like to improve the visibility of your motorcycle AND have a ton of fun doing …

Rigid Industries “Dually” and “Dually D2” LED Lights Rigid Industries makes LED and HID lights for the military, police, off-roaders and motorcycle use. They had on display a very interesting LED light called the “Dually”, along with its near-twin, the “Dually D2”. These are heavy-duty aluminum housings that measure approximately 3 inches by 3 inches …

BikeVis Bullets Motorcycle LED Accent Lights Tiny LED lights that are amazingly bright for their size, the BikeVis Bullets add a lot of visibility and they’re relatively easy to install. The theory says that adding a “triangle of light” to the front of a motorcycle will enhance visibility. Others say that adding lights on either …

Stick-on LED Lights for Motorcycle Luggage? If you’ll pardon the pun, a light bulb went off in my head when I came upon these Sylvania DOT-it lights in a hardware store. They appeared to be perfect for use as a motorcycle top box or saddlebag light. No wires, no switches and the LED light bulbs …