CLICK’n’RIDE®Indicators are designed to fit almost any bike and meet all legal requirements. With premium quality parts the click-release system gets you going in seconds and provides peace of mind… on and off the road.
A recent survey of Motorcycle Dealers & Workshops confirmed the installation was easy and quick on every motorcycle model CLICK’n’RIDE had been fitted to and respondents unanimously agree the quality of the product is very high. Our experience shows that most riders will opt to remove the cumbersome OEM tail tidy, and fit a compact one instead, providing the perfect place to install the socket.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Virually any type of bike.
CLICK’n’RIDE®indicators come in 2 parts – the socket, that is installed permanently on your bike, and the indicator lamp. The socket requires a 10mm diameter hole and enough steel or plastic panel around the hole to support the socket and retaining nut (23mm diameter).
All bikes are legally required to be able to accept indicators so the wiring and flasher unit should already be installed on your bike.
Simply follow the instructions on how to fit and wire CLICK’n’RIDE®indicators.
See also size of indicators below.
Yes. We have had them independently tested by an accredited Test Lab to meet the UNECE Regulation 50 Standard (E-Mark), making CLICK’n’RIDE removable turn indicators fully certified. Testing ensures the lights comply to standards including lamp intensity, colour, distances and angles, amongst other specifications required for motorcycles.
The UNECE test is the most robust in the world and therefore many countries including Australia adopt this Standard.
Yes. CLICK’n’RIDE LED lights come with the optional CLICK’n’RIDE resistors to convert a globe flasher relay to an LED flasher.
- Most of the time, this problem occurs because the wiring hasn’t been connected properly. Check the following to see if this resolves your issue:
Check if your bike used globe lamps originally. If it did, you need to wire-in CLICK’n’RIDE®resistors as shown on the instructions. LED lights are polarity dependant and each bike brand may use +ve or -ve polarity. Try swapping the red and black wires between the bike’s wiring and the resistor. Trying this won’t damage your bike or the indicators. Check all connections to ensure they are tight and waterproof.
- Make sure the indicator (male end) is clicked in fully. Ensure that you have added the correct amount of spacers on the socket (female end) so that the thread is level with the notched surface of the fixing nut.
- Test the light and socket by swapping lights between sockets or connecting the +ve and -ve wires directly to any 12V battery.