Check the Oz BB site. There are a few outback riders there that can probably help you.
Finally someone understands!is that for putting your lipstick on just kidding lol
I know what your talking about, when you go round tite corners the light follows where ever the fairing is pointed,, which is straight ahead of the bike,Aahhh...success! the awesome guy who made my CBR-F brackets has agreed to make some for this bike too! I haven't asked him yet, but once we get them sorted and I get my set mounted up and such, maybe we can convince him to make a few more pairs...you know you're going to want them! I'm not going to reveal his identity at this point in case he's not interested in fielding requests, but he is on this board
Shewie, Out back roads in OZ are virtually all dead straight roads. The Birds lights are great for them.Check the Oz BB site. There are a few outback riders there that can probably help you.
Heisti and I have discussed this problem at length via Skype and were contemplating a mechanism to deal with it. The thing there is that, as discussed here, the lights that would illuminate the corner would be firing up and away (and possibly into other drivers' eyes) when the bike is upright. It is possible to overcome but there would be a fair bit of electronic wizardry involved (BMW has taken steps toward it with a rather complicated system typical to something displaying the propeller emblem) that's a touch above my rather limited abilities to create.Shewie, Out back roads in OZ are virtually all dead straight roads. The Birds lights are great for them.
The East coast of OZ is mostly mountainous with very twisty roads, The Birds lights are useless at night on these roads.
All my roads are very twisty, Right from my gate, I also live on the side of a mountain,