New Harley-Davidson Handlebar Clock

If you feel you really need one on your bike….. it’s a waterproof, Battery-Powered Time Piece Available in Chrome or Black Finish. The new analog Handlebar Clock (P/N 70900307 Chrome, P/N 70900308 Black; $79.95) has a 1.75-inch diameter face that’s easy to read at a glance.

The waterproof Handlebar Clock mounts to the clutch lever bracket and is powered by a self-contained, replaceable battery that makes installation a breeze. The kit includes the clutch lever mounting bracket, but the clock may be installed elsewhere on the handlebar with the separate purchase of a 1-inch or 1.25-inch Chrome or Black Handlebar Clock Mount Clamp ($21.95).

The Handlebar Clock fits all Harley-Davidson motorcycle models. Models equipped with a reverse switch or Auxiliary Accessory Switch Housing Kits will require the separate purchase of a Handlebar Clock Mount Clamp. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson’s Website

15 Responses to “New Harley-Davidson Handlebar Clock”

  1. 1 Matt Jun 14th, 2012 at 8:34 am

    A fool and his money….

  2. 2 BobS Jun 14th, 2012 at 8:49 am

    A piece of antique technology being sold for ten times it’s worth. Gotta be Harley. Lol, sorry guys I don’t really hate but when the door is opened that wide I just gotta walk through it!

  3. 3 Kirkland Jun 14th, 2012 at 9:38 am

    Clever. Using existing screws to do another job, that’s Harley.

  4. 4 CafeSportyTC Jun 14th, 2012 at 11:26 am

    what the ……..

  5. 5 Rob Jun 14th, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    last thing I wanna think about when I ride is what time it is

    why else did they get rid of their watches in Easy Rider? sure, sure–post modern post structuralist derridean implications suggest blah blah blah ( I presented Easy Rider in a post modern lit class in college ) blah blah

    I posit that the reason I can’t even see my dash mounted speedo is to keep reality from interrupting my personal time-space continuum. could be I’m too damn tall and my helmet blocks it, but not seeing it constantly keeps me in the moment.

    time is highly over-rated. That’s my point.

  6. 6 BobS Jun 14th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    A piece of antique technology being sold for ten times it’s value…yep there must be an HD logo on there somewhere! Lol, sorry to be hating but when the door is opened that wide I can’t help but go there.

  7. 7 Sharrack Jun 14th, 2012 at 4:56 pm

    No HD koolaid for me…..thanks!

  8. 8 Nobody Jun 14th, 2012 at 8:48 pm

    Spend 9+ hrs getting dry humped by a clock, screw adding another to remind me of the daily gongshow.

  9. 9 Sportster Mike Jun 15th, 2012 at 4:42 am

    I got one already… in the speedo why would I want another one??
    If its time to ride its time to ride
    Add a clock, then a temp gauge, then a fuel gauge, then a IPod mount etc etc THEN buy a car?

  10. 10 Oldude Jun 15th, 2012 at 7:34 am

    Just another thing to distract the rider! You get on the bike to forget what time it is and just enjoy the ride. Bet they will only sell to the RUBS and Hog members!

  11. 11 .357 Magnum Jun 15th, 2012 at 7:35 am

    Looks like a bunch of comments from the weekend warriors so far. Am I the only one who actually rides every day, to work, to jury duty, to pick up a kid from school, to get-togethers with friends, to anyplace where I have obligations at certain TIMES? Those of us who ride every day know what a hassle it is to yank at a glove gauntlet or struggle at a sleeve to check our wristwatches while riding. These clocks have real use.

    ‘Course, this isn’t a new product; Harley’s had clocks like this in their catalog for years. All they’ve done here is restyle the clock face slightly with a new typeface for the numbers. Cyril might have done a better job pointing that out. But yeah, a clock on a handlebar is not the horrible idea many of these garage-queen owners seem to think it is. The Easy Rider lifestyle only really works for drug dealers. (Duh, maybe you should actually WATCH the movie before using it as an example!)

  12. 12 Lyle Jun 15th, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    I’d rather have a watch on my bike than one on my wrist.

  13. 13 BobS Jun 15th, 2012 at 7:42 pm

    Well let’s see. I ride regularly to work, about a 20 mile commute so I leave a half hour before start. Never needed to look at a handlebar clock and still manage to not be late. I regularly meet friends for group rides or social gatherings, never with a handlebar clock or a wrist watch and yet still seem to manage to estimate how long it will take to get to the meeting place, and I somehow manage to get there on time. I have vacationed several time by motorcycle, never with a handlebar clock, wrist watch, or Big Ben bungee’d into a saddlebag and somehow manage to get where I’m going in the time frame I wanted. Maybe us weekend warrior garage queen owners are just better at figuring out how long it will take to reach a destination than real bikers.

  14. 14 industry guy Jun 18th, 2012 at 12:44 am

    formotion knock – off

    get the real thing!!!

  15. 15 Newyorkmyke Jun 18th, 2012 at 11:56 pm

    Clockwork Orange…and Black! Lol…….does anybody really know what time it is? Does anybody really care! Hey it’s just a friggin clock, if ya need it get it if ya don’t ya don’t! Can’t we all just get along???(gurgle, gurgle, whoops)!

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