Lighting is sorely lacking in many garages and workshops. The dim glow of an aging fluorescent array is suboptimal for motorcycle maintenance. If you’ve ever pulled apart a carburetor and dropped a tiny washer from the mixture-screw assembly into the utter darkness beneath your workbench, you’ll know the quest to retrieve it is a form of torment unimaginable even to Dante. And then there are buddies who can’t resist a well-aimed potshot: “Well, I always said you weren’t the sharpest tool in the shed, but, as it turns out, looks like you’re at least the brightest bulb.” Time to get some better lighting. And maybe new friends too. Here are several options to light up your workshop.