It’s no secret that owning a Harley can offer a level of freedom that no other vehicle can. There is no better feeling than cruising down the highway on a motorcycle that you built from the ground up or modified heavily to suit your own personal tastes. Whether you’re traveling alone or with a passenger, just around town or on a long distance tour, adding some new parts to your ride and changing out the existing ones can help make it uniquely yours and turn an average trip into something memorable.
Front and Rear Fenders
While seemingly a basic part found on almost any motorcycle, replacing the fenders can instantly change the way your bike looks and feels. The right size and shape of Harley Davidson fenders can also prevent the splash back of mud and water from the highway, ensuring you are kept dry and comfortable when cruising down a wet road. Steel is the normal material used in all of the best parts and help provide a durable and long lasting replacement. You can easily find them in chrome or primed for your own custom paint job to create the motorcycle of your dreams.
You can’t very well enjoy the ride if you have no idea where you are going. Headlights are not only an effective safety feature for all of your night rides, but are commonly the first thing people see when you ride up in the day or night. Halogen bulbs provide a high illumination in all levels of darkness to help you keep a clear view on the road ahead. Finding the right match for your Harley may take a bit of time, especially when you see how many choices there are. But once you get a look at the headlights with grilles, dual wave, chrome billet or visor style to find the one that really pops out at you.
Chrome Exhaust Pipes
Looking good is only half of the battle, you need to sound amazing as well. The only way to do this is with a custom set of exhaust pipes. From the straight drag pipes that will roar and let the neighborhood know when you roll in, to the more sleek and sophisticated subdued rumble of the Cycle Shack brand exhausts, you can’t go wrong with a new pair of black or chrome pipes.