CycleSmiths Naked Mirror looks ideal for riders who like minimalist design.

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CycleSmiths Introduces First-Ever “Naked” Mirror

Rancho Cucamonga, California – With every painstaking detail being taken into account on today’s custom motorcycles, CycleSmiths introduces a revolutionary new line of frameless mirrors to edge out the competition. The first-of-its-kind Naked mirror design has no housing thanks to the special hardened glass which is three times stronger than a car’s windshield. Because of this, the CycleSmiths Naked mirror is the first all glass mirror on the market.

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Back of Naked Lollipop Mirror (frameless glass), 3″ Round Clear Glass, Chrome Mount with Chrome Long Stem

The first style of frameless mirror launched by CycleSmiths is the Naked Lollipop, which features a clean, subtly-tapered stem and round mirror that’s just as at-home on retro bobbers and choppers as it is on modern cruisers and baggers. The pivotless design won’t vibrate out of place after tightening and only requires a 5/32″ Allen key to adjust.

The timeless design of the Naked Lollipop is available with a chrome or black stem and with clear or smoked 2-1/4″, 3″, or 3-1/2″ round glass to suit individual styles. Stems are also available in standard length, which places the mirror center 4″ up and 4-3/8″ out, and shorty length, which places the mirror center 3″ up and 2-1/4″ out. Since the glass can be easily removed from the stem, the stem can also be coated to match custom color schemes.

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Front of Naked Lollipop Mirror (frameless glass), 3″ Round Clear Glass, Chrome Mount with Chrome Long Stem

CycleSmiths Naked Lollipop frameless mirrors fit standard Harley-Davidson controls or any mount that uses a 5/16″ x 1-5/8″ stud. The Naked Lollipop mirror is designed to fit on the right or left side and can be mounted on the top or bottom. Mirrors are sold individually for $98.95, and are made in the USA.

About CycleSmiths

CycleSmiths Inc. was started in the early 1993 by a group of family and friends who still operate it today. All products are designed and built in-house in Southern California. CycleSmiths is known for developing the Bowed Banana Foot Boards and the world’s first 1-1/4″ handlebar, dubbed the FATBAR, which has since become the industry standard. Doug Clarkson, the creative genius behind CycleSmiths, is a graduate of the Art Center College of Design and spent time as a lead designer at Harley-Davidson where he worked alongside Willie G. Davidson on multiple design projects including being responsible for the design of Harley’s Touring Platform. With his leadership CycleSmiths has been able to push the envelope of motorcycle accessory design with the utmost attention to quality and proper fitment. View the entire CycleSmiths line of accessories at www.CycleSmiths.com.