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If you like to do a little trail riding at dusk, dirt bike lights can keep you at your best long after others have packed up and headed home. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries an extensive selection of dirt bike lights, including headlights, tail lights and blinkers. They come in a variety of sizes and styles, and some even include LED lights.
Lighting kits are important, especially if you are trying to make an off-road dirt bike street legal. Your motorcycle must be equipped with a headlight, a tail light and turn signals before you can hit the pavement. But even if you’re sticking solely off-road, a good head light can keep you on the trail well after the sun has gone down. And if you want to improve your lighting even further with a tail light, brake light and blinkers, a full enduro light kit can do wonders for your twilight fun.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries all the leading brands in dirt bike lighting: Trail Tech, Baja Designs, Acerbis, Tusk, Polisport and more. We also have lighting accessories, so if you need a dirt bike stator or voltage regulator, you can find it here. When you need dirt bike lights and turn signals, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is your one-stop shop!
Arnold in MN
I like the tail light with the under fender mount. I am using it on a 2019 Honda CRF230F. It is very easy to install and wire up. I also used the little tear drop blinker lights by Tusk. I'm not trying to make my bike 100% street legal, and I did not really want blinkers, but these are so small and tucked in I thought there was not much of a chance of them getting ripped off in a crash. The problem with the tail light is the lens fell off during my last ride .I had to order another unit in order to fix it. I have about 30 hrs of fast hard riding on very bumpy rocky terrain. I will reinforce the new one with some epoxy or Goop and hopefully it will last longer this time around.Read All Reviews
Arnold in MN
Haven't had a problem with the Compact Control Switch yet as of 30 hours of hard riding. It would of been very easy to install if I had gotten the wire harness by Tusk, but my bike already had some wiring done by me so I made my own harness. The switch came with a sheet that gave the explanation of the different wires, so it was easy enough to install.Read All Reviews
Arnold in MN
I don't really need turn signals on my dirt bike since it is not street legal, and I don't intend to make it street legal. I wanted a taillight and headlight for safety reasons out on the trails. I bought a Baja Designs headlight and a Tusk taillight plus the Tusk compact light switch, which has the switch for blinkers built in. I was remembering the bad old days of blinkers hanging by wires after a wipe out, and did not really want blinkers at all. But these are so compact and tiny, they don't stick out at all, I can't imagine a crash that would get to them. So far they've held up quite well. I had one hanging by wires once, the screw fell out, I found a new screw at the hardware store and installed both blinkers with lock tight, they've been fine ever since.Read All Reviews