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Monday, 18 September 2017

J.W. Speaker

Adapt and evolve

The J.W. Speaker Adaptive Series headlights represent a genuine evolution in motorcycle headlights, described by the Germantown, Wisconsin based manufacturer as “the world’s first dynamically adaptive motorcycle headlight,” designed to address the issues of lighting blind spots created by fixed lights when a motorcycle is leaning or cornering.”

The Adaptive Series headlights use on-board sensors and advanced electronics to calculate bank angles on a real-time basis, automatically directing the light array up or down as the motorcycle leans. This additional illumination fills the gaps that stock headlights leave when cornering at night - intelligently “tuning” low beam and banking optics in a way that maximizes visibility in corners.

These adaptive headlights are designed with an integrated optical system that includes both an adaptive low beam as well as J.W. Speaker’s proprietary ComfortLite high beam. Together these optics are said to provide best-in-class foreground illumination and light above the horizon that dramatically improves operator comfort and safety for night-time driving.
Made with a heavy-duty, die-cast aluminum housing, state-of-the-art LEDs and “sleek design that not only delivers premium performance, but also gives the bike a truly unique look!”
Available as a plug ‘n’ play solution for 7″ round motorcycle fairings and 5.75″ round bucket mounts, they are DOT and ECE dual-compliant, and 18 different fitment kits available to make them a simple retrofit install on over 1,000 different motorcycles.”