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Dirt Bike Headlights, Tail Lights, Brake Lights, Turn Signals and Enduro Lighting Kits

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!

Latest Dirt Bike Lighting Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • Polisport MMX Headlight

    Polisport MMX Headlight

    Nicholas in TN

    Good Looks, Poor Performance.

    If you need this to "get by" then it's great... but if you actually want to ride at night with it, forget about it. A 3 D-Cell maglight and a roll of duct tape is half the price and more effective. Finding alternative bulbs is cumbersome, I ended up retrofitting mine with a 3D printed adapter and a standard H7 style bulb.

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  • Trail Tech X2 Motorcycle Headlight Clear Rock Guard

    Trail Tech X2 Motorcycle Headlight Clear Rock Guard

    jon in AZ

    Must have for the x2 off-road

    Fits good, looks good, doesn't effect brightness of light.

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  • Acerbis LED Tail Light

    Acerbis LED Tail Light

    RICHARD in AZ

    Good Stuff

    Well made piece of equipment

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  • Trail Tech Complete Stator Kit

    Trail Tech Complete Stator Kit

    David in New Jersey

    Burned my hand

    5 hours into ta 10 hour race my bike died like it was out of gas. After pushing back to the pits and losing about a hour. We found that the battery was so hot you could fry a egg. We had not been running the lights over a hour at this point so there was no load on it. We checked the voltage charging the battery and it was 14v. I called TT and they said it was a bad battery. Then they tell me you do not even need it to run the lights. Just use all your stock stuff and get only the stator. ($130) not $280. I wish they but you can not buy just that stator from here. You have to call TT.

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  • WARN® WXT400 HID Driving Lights

    WARN® WXT400 HID Driving Lights

    Dan in Michigan

    Poor design, Expensive, Expensive replacement Bulb

    I thought these were going to be the answer to my problems. I needed something that was bright with low current draw. So I picked up a set of these. They worked great for a month or two. Then one bulb burned out and then another. I call Warn and told them they were burning out and they sent be a new bulb for free. Then after more use I had another bulb burn out. Called again and they sent me two replacements. I am thinking there is some sort of problem if they are so quick to send out free replacements. Then when installing the new bulbs I noticed a fine silver powder in the light housing. The ballast and not secured down and rattle around and were pretty much falling apart. So I had to use some RTV to secure the ballast in place. As of right now I have one headlight working and one not. For the amount of money spent I would suggest getting LEDs. Which seem to be almost bullet proof.

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