Common accessories for Honda Goldwing motorcycles include a navigation system, seat upgrades and light assemblies. Other creature comfort items include two-way radio headsets for both rider and passenger, stereo upgrades and cup holders.
Users can mount a navigation system, such as the “Tom Tom,” directly onto the motorcycle's handlebars for easy viewing and manipulation. Custom seat upgrades with an added backrest help the riders stay comfortable and alert on long rides. Aftermarket light assemblies are aesthetically pleasing and add safety by making the motorcycle more visible to traffic, and making the road more visible to the rider.
Two-way radio headsets allow for smooth communication between the rider and passenger, and having a cup holder that keeps drinks at the ready makes for a more enjoyable journey. Owners can even fit a Goldwing with a trailer hitch to tow a small trailer. There are also many items on the motorcycle that users can replace with chrome parts to add to the luster and make the bike stand out.
The Honda Goldwing is the standard in motorcycle cruising. This motorcycle first went into production by the Honda Motor Company of Japan in 1975, and has sold over 640,000 bikes since its inception.