If you’re into vintage motorcycles or cheap rides, something you’ve likely discovered is how woefully dim the lighting is. This pertains largely to the headlight but can include the taillight, turn signals, and instrument lighting too. Fortunately, various companies sell LED replacement bulbs that fit right into the standard sockets on a host of machines. We say “bulbs” here, but the LEDs are actually light-emitting diodes and not bulbs with filaments at all. Note: Some vintage bikes use 6-volt electrical systems instead of the contemporary 12-volt systems, and we know of no replacement LEDs for these old-school low-voltage systems. And if you must know, truly vintage bikes used acetylene gas lights, but that’s another story. Anyway, to liven up the lighting performance of certain motorcycles equipped with standard 12-volt bulbs, try these LED solutions.