Motorcycle enthusiasts know there is nothing more satisfying than giving your bike that something special that no one else has yet. Being the first on the street to display a new accessory, whether functional or decorative gives one status and the rep as a trend setter. Here are a few great ideas for giving your bike that extra something special:

MC-Tunes Windshield Mount Radio
A motorcycle radio has to be powerful enough to hear, yet can’t overpower the looks of your bike. The Windshield Mount Radio comes in a high gloss black urethane finish with unbelievable sound quality. It has a port for your iPod or MP3 as well as a Pioneer Super Tuner AM/FM/CD receiver and a pair of 4″ 2 way KS Kicker Speakers. The sturdy unit is mounted in a durable ABS housing with a retractable signal-amplified antenna. Since it comes with a standard cigarette lighter socket, you can also plug in your cell phone. A great combination of good looks with functional on-board entertainment.

XENA Disc-Lock Alarm
As bike theft around the country increases, more thought has to go into how you are going to protect your transportation resources. A motorcycle sitting on the street appears as an easy target. There are no windows to break to get to the ignition. The XENA Disc-Lock Alarm may be your answer to potential bike thieves. It comes with a 120dB alarm and can protect your motorcycle, scooter, ATV or other disc-braked vehicle from theft. The alarm can also help remind you to remove your disc-lock before you take off.

HID Conversion Kits
Particularly for night drivers, motorcycle HID lights are a safety feature that you shouldn’t leave home without. Xenon HID Conversion kits easily transforms your vehicle into a style that sets them apart from factory headlights. Xenon Lights produce lights at least 3 times brighter light than what you got from the factory and can last 10 times longer than halogen lights. Motorcycle HID lights gives drivers greater visibility, increased comfort and safer night time driving conditions. If saving money is your concern, HID lights consume 35% less power during operation.

Sissy Bar Bag/Saddlebags/Tour Bags
Whether heading out on a long trip, or just a daily commute, one disadvantage of a bike is a lack of trunk space. You can make that up as much as possible with a variety of transport bag options for your bike from well-known manufactures such as Leatherworks, U.S. Saddlebags, Eagle Leather, Pac-Kit, Carroll Leather, and River Road. Options include tool bags, windshield bags, saddlebags, sissy bar bags, map pouches and tank bags. Depending on your needs, motorcycle storage options include soft bags that are taken on and off or hard bags that are permanently attached and locked to the bike.