Daymaker LED Headlamp
If you are in your late 50's or early 60's like me, you are going to want these lights. They don't call them Daymaker's for nothing. They are a Godsend if you enjoy riding after dark. I feel much more confident and secure again at riding my bike at night, when I used to hesitate because of the night vision issue. No more. These lights give you the proper time to react to otherwise unseen dangers on the road. Old bones do not mend easily, believe me. I need every advantage I can get to continue to love riding a Harley with two wheels.
December 2, 2013
Best light available for your bike
The light that comes out of this headlight is Holy, It will give your bike not only a great look it will allow you to see further then ever before.
November 16, 2013
broke by a rock
loved it UNTIL a rock broke the glass lens a lot of money because of glass not sure how to fix that don't know if plastic would of helped but I wonder
October 21, 2013
There is no price for safety. Yes, they are expensive. Yes they should be standard on every bike. Living in deer country these are a must. I also highly recommend the passing lights as well. Also have your dealer install the electrical bypass mechanism, which allows your passing lights to remain on, when you initiate your high beam. If you live in an area where critters are everywhere, then you really should spend the money on both the Daymaker headlamp and running lights.
October 1, 2013