LED Lamps For The 2015-Later Harley Road Glide

1Road-Glide-Fog-Lamp-Mount-KitBlast darkness with the new Road Glide® LED Fog Lamp Mount Kit (P/N 68000183 Chrome, P/N 68000184 Gloss Black; $99.95) from Harley-Davidson®. Designed for 2015-later Road Glide motorcycles, the LED Fog Lamp Mount Kit replaces the turn signal mount and positions Daymaker Reflector LED Fog Lamps (sold separately) and the turn signals close to the fairing for an uncluttered profile.

2Road-Glide-Fog-Lamp-Mount-Kit.23Road-Glide-Fog-Lamp-Mount-Kit-partsThe Daymaker Reflector LED Fog Lamps provide a supplemental pool of brilliant white light in front of the motorcycle. This kit will accommodate Original Equipment or accessory bullet turn signals and includes the left and right mounts and all required hardware. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson.

9 Responses to “LED Lamps For The 2015-Later Harley Road Glide”

  1. 1 Matt W. Oct 29th, 2015 at 9:30 am

    Is it such a good idea to put a super bright LED driving light so close to the turn signal that it could potentially reduce if not drown out visibility of it to oncoming traffic?

  2. 2 SIGFREED Oct 29th, 2015 at 10:51 am

    Matt W – then install LED turn signals with the LED fog lights…

  3. 3 Steven M. Sweat, APC Oct 29th, 2015 at 10:18 pm

    Lack of visibility is the #1 cause of motorcycle accidents. Anything that can cause a biker to be MORE conspicuous on the road and potentially prevent a bike crash is a great thing. LED has become the standard headlamp on many motor vehicles. Nice to see them being added to motorcycles! Helps us all to LOOK twice for bikers! It could save a life!

  4. 4 Badams Oct 29th, 2015 at 10:24 pm

    smart product.

    I have a 2013 Road Glide with lower leg Motolights and its a proven supplemental lighting saves riders based on the HURT study

    Link to HURT study.


  5. 5 Matt W. Oct 30th, 2015 at 9:50 am

    Badams: I agree. I customized my own LED driving lights to mount onto my foot pegs. Having them placed lower on the bike definitely increases visibility of me when riding at dawn or dusk with the blaring sun at my back and oncoming traffic blocking most of their view of the road with their sun visor.

  6. 6 Blackmax Oct 30th, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    Again, this is one of the reasons H-D is going to LOSE customers
    Why is not an item like this included STANDARD/Stock
    on a bike that cost $23-25,000.00 ?????
    Instead of a costly (very costly) accessory

  7. 7 Doc Robinson Oct 30th, 2015 at 8:07 pm

    Lack of visibility is NOT the #1 cause of motorcycle accidents! Oh yeah, everyone says, “I didn’t see the motorcycle” in their defence. But mostly that is crap. If you’ve ridden a fair few miles you’ll have had the experience of seeing a driver sitting (say) at a t-junction and you will have made eye contact and had that driver pull out in front of you anyway. Here’s the key: The motorist does not see you as a personal threat to their safety and therefore takes a chance. If you were in the cab of an 18 wheeler they wouldn’t have risked it.

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