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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!
JEREMIAH in WA
Excellent kit and very affordable. Installation is pretty straight forward, I wish it would have a power and ground hookup in the harness for the headlight side of the switch for DC headlight systems, but if your headlight is AC driven it’s pretty straight forward.Read All Reviews
unclebudintx in TX
installed on 2008 Honda 230, with a Tusk switch, runing the wire was a bit of a challenge, and dont forget to put a fuse in line. Product is good quality and not that hard to mount, it come with a couple of options. The cr230 has a battery so that was an easy choice to hook up to.. bike without a battery are little more challenging to wire and can require a new stator.Read All Reviews
Douglas in CO
Works well, if you know that you need to "float" the stator, which simply means that both ends of the stator winding are brought out to the rectifier.Read All Reviews