How to remove the girl motorcycle headlight on a 4 wheel motorcycle
A girl motorcycle rider recently posted this on Instagram, explaining how to remove her 4 wheel bike’s front bike headlight from a 4×4.
The bike is owned by a woman in her 20s who said she was riding with the front bike light on because it was part of her “safety plan” when she was on the road, the Associated Press reported.
After the girl and her boyfriend were hit by a car, she said she drove back to her home to find the bike light was gone.
“It’s just not safe for me to be out in the dark with the headlight,” she said.
“I can’t even be driving alone.”
Her husband, who was also riding with her, was able to take the bike out of the garage and get it fixed.
They are now planning to fix the other two front bikes on their bike, which she said should be back up and running in the next two weeks.
KTM motorcycle headlamps can be expensive.
According to KTM, the front headlight costs $2,500 to $3,000.
The rear headlight is $2 to $2.50, depending on the model and configuration.
There is also a small cost to the rider, which ranges from $250 to $1,200 depending on which color you choose.
In addition, KTM says that in the case of a headlight failure, the battery may need to be replaced with another one that costs about $150 to $300.