New Harley-Davidson Own The Night Website

Harley-DavidsonĀ® has a new website called “Own the Night” to demonstrate the advantages of its LED Lighting Accessories. The website showcases its wide selection of LED lighting accessories, which includes headlamps, auxiliary lamps, tail lamps and turn signals for almost all late-model Harley-Davidson motorcycles. In the site several videos that demonstrate the dramatic difference in lighting performance between Original Equipment incandescent lighting and the LED alternatives. It also gathers all Harley-Davidson LED lighting products together in one place, making it easier for customers to see which LED lights are available for a specific Harley-Davidson model.

Installing LED lighting is the fastest, easiest way to attain superior visibility for night riding, even in the harshest and most challenging conditions. Harley-Davidson states that its LED headlamps and auxiliary lamps are brighter, whiter in color, and provide a superior light pattern over Original Equipment incandescent lamps. The solid-state LEDs are designed for long life, and the shock- and vibration-resistant lamp assembly mounts into existing light housings.

Installation is quick and easy, using the factory headlamp wiring. No external ballast or complicated wire harness is required. Harley-Davidson LED tail lamps and turn signals feature brilliant, fast-acting LED arrays that enhance visibility in all conditions, and also plug into an existing wiring harness for easy installation.

Many of the products come in chrome or black housing color options. Ckeck out Harley-Davidson Own The Night Website.

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11 Responses to “New Harley-Davidson Own The Night Website”


  1. 1 Ryan May 1st, 2012 at 9:10 am

    Harley seeing the light….

  2. 2 BobS May 1st, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    A couple friends have these headlights. I can’t help but question why they’re not stock…well we know why they’re not, but they should be.

  3. 3 Maddog May 1st, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    More contemptible arrogance from MoCo, if they had any ethics these items would be fitted as standard instead of fleecing customers considerable additional $$$ & creating waste with the discarded OEM fitments.
    There is no doubt these lighting options are superior, we don’t need a special website to have this point rubbed in our noses.
    Fu#K they pi$$ me off.

  4. 4 Seymour May 1st, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    Harley owns the night. Seriously look it up.

  5. 5 Rick Lossner May 2nd, 2012 at 6:40 am

    I’ve been wanting to purchase these for over a year…… be nice if they could pull their head out of their @sses and create one for the FLTRX

  6. 6 Dog Williams May 2nd, 2012 at 7:33 am

    Well spat Maddog, trying to make up for so long in the wilderness is no justification for jamming it our collective arses, as for silly promo campaign, should’ve seen it coming I suppose.

  7. 7 Tom May 2nd, 2012 at 8:14 am

    .’,, Go Maddog-‘,’.
    Should be standard.’,’

  8. 8 Doc May 2nd, 2012 at 11:15 am

    Funny how the MoCo always seem to “create” something some other guy created in the aftermarket after they explicitly tell me not to buy the aftermarket product for fear of voiding some ridiculous warranty. A lot of the spaghetti and japanese crotch rockets have had these as standard equipment for a while. They not only look cool but sure do brighten things up. I’ll wait to get mine, can’t afford another low-interest mortgage to “own part of the night…

  9. 9 J.Gio Santa Mamba May 3rd, 2012 at 4:03 pm

    Well said Maddog!

  10. 10 Todd8080 May 5th, 2012 at 7:35 am

    Like a lot of people here I couldn’t see paying Harley’s exorbitant price for a Bar & Shield-labelled LED headlight, so I made my own (as well as LED passing lamps, turn signals, brake light and running lights.

    I believe mine outshines Harley’s headlight and every other 7″ LED headlight on the market.

    For those interested in making something similar for their own bike, I’ve posted photos & component links here: http://thp.yuku.com/topic/5384

  11. 11 Axel May 11th, 2012 at 9:33 pm

    They may own the night, but at those prices, not too many people are going to own their LED headlamps.

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