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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!
john in NJ
This Flasher works great, I always try to use as little as electrical load as possible, LED upgrades are the best way.Read All Reviews
Brandon in PA
Put this on a 2019 250 XC, fitment no problem. Works great and looks just as it should from factory. You do have to run the front brake line behind the light, or replace it with XC-W one. But not a deal breaker for me. Big plus it comes with the XC-W trip computer bracket. No real complaints except its a bit pricey.Read All Reviews
TERRY in OR
I purchased the first light for a replacement on my XR650, after installing it and testing all was well until the first good off road ride. The cover lens fell off, thought it was kind of strange but no point in worrying about it. After trying to find just the lens with no success, I went ahead and purchased another light assembly. Before installing it I checked the four screws that hold the lens on and found tow of them lose, trying to tighten them they stripped out the plastic cover with very little force! I ended up drilling through the lens and counter sinking to install long bolts with lock nuts to keep the lens on. It has worked well from this time on but be warned!Read All Reviews