You can tell that Harley-Davidson has kept the past in mind lately, with bikes like the Sportster 72 clearly recalling an era of tiny tanks, high bars and metalflake everything.
And speaking of metalflake, check out these new Black Label 3/4 Helmets from H-D. DOT-approved and manufactured by Bell, they’re emblazoned with retro graphics and paint on the outside and lined with a soft microbial liner on the inside. Spring is almost here, so be the first one on your block to get some wind in your face! Find out more at your local Harley-Davidson dealership, or online here!
There’s always room for improvement in this wide world of ours, even when it comes to simple things. Like these super-sanitary cable clamps from Lowbrow Customs, a fresh and simple approach to the classic problem of keeping your ride neat and sorted.
Machined from aluminum with a threaded steel insert for clamping strength, the come in a range of sizes to suit different frames and cables. Check out Lowbrow’s site for more info here!
For some of us, hard bags are just more bulk and weight than the daily ride requires. That makes these new CL-890 Mini Expandable Saddlebags from Nelson Rigg compelling, with their ability to expand their internal capacity by 50% when needed. Made from a durable and UV resistant ballistic nylon, they’re also backed by a lifetime warranty. Check them out HERE!
These new shocks from Nitron Racing Systems have more bells and whistles than you can shake a coil spring at, and are engineered for performance no matter where you take your bike. Check out more HERE!
Having a heel shifter may be something Harley-Davidson riders take for granted, but some bikes, like the new Indian models, don’t have them. While Indian says they have a kit on the way, the folks at Aeromach USA have jumped the gun and brought out this handsome billet heel shift lever for 2014 Indian models. Machined from a single billet, the shift levers are proudly made in the USA and include stainless steel hardware. Order yours HERE!