Honda Valkyrie F6C Forum banner
1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
F6CForum.com Vendor
Joined
·
67 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·

Motorcycle rearview mirrors are designed to make riding safer, especially if you tend to ride in densely populated urban areas. If you need to improve visibility and safety or get a more sleek, classier appeal for your bike, we’ve got you covered. In our store, you can find a huge assortment of custom mirrors specifically shaped to give you a wider field of view thanks to easy adjustments in inclination and height. If you want to restore the stock look after an accident, choose the OEM-style mirrors from our catalog.

You need to be aware of the situation around you while riding and make sure you can maneuver safely, which means you need to see clearly through your mirrors. Your mirrors need to be clean and properly adjusted, but many riders don’t like how the stock mirrors look. For that reason, the aftermarket offers a wide range of custom mirrors that you can install on your bike to make it look sportier, more aggressive, and simply unique.

Show Chrome® - Chrome Mirror


Fitment:
GL1500 Gold Wing 1988-2000
GL1500 Valkirie 1997-2000

Add On Accessories® - Mirror Back Accents


Fitment:
GL1500 Gold Wing 1988-2000
GL1500 Valkirie 1997-2003

Add On Accessories® - Mirror Bases


Fitment:
GL1500 Gold Wing 1988-2000
GL1500 Valkirie 1997-2003

Click the image to enter the product page at MOTORCYCLEiD.com for more information.
To browse the full catalog of custom and OEM-style mirrors, click the "Shop Now" button below:

Go to the "Product Options" to the year and model of your bike.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here or call our specialists at 888.903.4344​
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
343 Posts
I wouldn't mind seeing mirrors that would work on a Valkyrie. The stock mirrors are not as user friendly as I would like.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
531 Posts
I wouldn't mind seeing mirrors that would work on a Valkyrie. The stock mirrors are not as user friendly as I would like.
Agreed, the stock mirrors look nice when the bike is parked, short/squat, nice shape, matches the bikes tough stance. However they have blind spots (for me) and mine loosen up in flight which is extremely frustrating unless you want to carry an all/16's wrench with you. I would like to see mirror options that Valkyrie riders have tried and approve, cause their all the best when shopping online.
 

·
F6CForum.com Vendor
Joined
·
67 Posts
Discussion Starter · #4 ·
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
Top