13 Best Powersports Springer Front Ends

List Updated March 2021

Bestselling Powersports Springer Front Ends in 2021


Ultima¨ Chrome Springer Front End, -2" Under Stock Length, 117-67

Ultima¨ Chrome Springer Front End, -2
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Ultima¨ Black Springer Front End, 4" Over Stock Length, 117-78

Ultima¨ Black Springer Front End, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

DEMON'S CYCLE 6" Rise Black Billet Handlebars Risers for DNA Springer Aftermarket Front Ends

DEMON'S CYCLE 6
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Anodized Black Springer Handlebar 6" Risers
  • Eliminate the handlebar top clamp with precision machined risers made from 6061-T6 aluminum. Perfect anodized black finish.The entire riser assembly is machined out of solid billet aluminum, and then finished with anodized black.
  • 6-3/4" Tall (Overall) 1.25" Diameter (bottom) 2" Diameter (top)
  • Fits DNA and other Aftermarket Springer front ends, OUR springer front ends, custom springer front ends and DNA springers. WILL NOT FIT Original HARLEY Springer front ends.
  • Mounting bolts included

Ultima¨ Black Springer Front End, 2" Over Stock Length, 117-77

Ultima¨ Black Springer Front End, 2
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021

BKRider Springer Front Axle For Harley-Davidson

BKRider Springer Front Axle For Harley-Davidson
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • New - Retail
  • 1-Year Warranty

Ultima¨ Black Springer Front End, Stock Length, 117-76

Ultima¨ Black Springer Front End, Stock Length, 117-76
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021

Roland Sands Design 1" Black-OPS 7-1/2" Vintage Short Stack Handlebar 0173-1830-TBP

Roland Sands Design 1
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Add period-style bobber ape-hanger handlebars to your ride
  • Available in chrome, black powder coat and Black Ops
  • Bars are knurled, slotted and drilled for internal wiring
  • Stylish multi-hole drilled corner gussets offer strength and rigidity
  • Hand TIG welded

Chrome Bobber Springer Front End With Shock for Stock Harley-Davidson

Chrome Bobber Springer Front End With Shock for Stock Harley-Davidson
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021

LEBRA 55140501 Front End Cover44; Ford Explorer 2011-2015

LEBRA 55140501 Front End Cover44; Ford Explorer 2011-2015
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Protects against Bugs,Rock and Chips.
  • Custom Made for your Vehicle.
  • Hood opens with Mask in place
  • Covers all painted front end surfaces
  • Accomodates for pop-up headlights, fog lights, air-intakes, and all factory design features.

Ultima¨ Chrome Springer Front End, Stock Length, 117-70

Ultima¨ Chrome Springer Front End, Stock Length, 117-70
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021

Paughco 6&Prime, Threaded Glide Riser Set 351

Paughco 6&Prime, Threaded Glide Riser Set 351
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021
  • Fits Sportster, Big Twin models
  • Available in 3 in. rise, 4 in. rise, 6 in. rise or 8 in. rise

Stock Black Bobber Springer Front End With Shock for Stock Harley-Davidson

Stock Black Bobber Springer Front End With Shock for Stock Harley-Davidson
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2021

DEMONS CYCLE 6" Rise Chrome Billet Handlebars Risers for DNA Aftermarket Springer Front Ends

DEMONS CYCLE 6
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2021
  • Chrome Billet Springer Handlebar 6" Risers
  • Eliminate the handlebar top clamp with precision machined risers made from 6061-T6 aluminum. Perfect Chrome finish.The entire riser assembly is machined out of solid billet aluminum, and then triple chrome finished.
  • 6-3/4" Tall (Overall) 1.25" Diameter (bottom) 2" Diameter (top)
  • Fits DNA and other Aftermarket Springer front ends, OUR springer front ends, custom springer front ends and DNA springers. WILL NOT FIT Original HARLEY Springer front ends.
  • Mounting bolts included

Hydrogen-Powered Motorcycles

Intelligent Energy has been showing some promising work on new hydrogen fuel cell powered motorcycles.

How Do Hydrogen Powered Vehicles Work?

The ENV runs on the principle of reverse electrolysis. Electrolysis is when an electric current is run through water to produce hydrogen and oxygen. Thus, reverse electrolysis (in terms of hydrogen powered vehicles) is when hydrogen and oxygen are joined to make water and electricity. Instead of pollutants being emitted from these vehicles, water is. The fuel cell is where this reverse electrolysis occurs. To get technical, the fuel cell is filled with hydrogen fuel which is broken down into positive ions, and negative electrons. The positive ions are filtered through an electrolyte, which leaves only the electrons. The electrons are then converted to electricity. Once they complete the cycle, the electrons rejoin with the filtered ions and oxygen, and the water emission is produced. The fuel cell is currently a portable, briefcase-like container, and developers hope that when more and more vehicles adopt this technology, a standard fuel cell can be used interchangeably among them.

Silent Engines

Due to no combustion and no moving parts in the engines, ENV's are silent. This presents both a pro and a con for these new vehicles. Running as silently as an actual bicycle, these bikes will greatly decrease noise on the road. However, for obvious reasons this silence could increase accidents. Currently, developers are actually working on making the engines noisier. Unfortunately, even with a fake engine sound (that could be increased and decreased at will), the silent engine could still deter potential buyers. Many motorcyclists are quite keen on the feeling of speed and power, and the engine noise is certainly a factor in that.

Fuel

Fuel for an ENV would currently cost about 3 American dollars for a full fuel cell. This would take the rider for approximately 100 miles, or 4 hours. Hydrogen can come from either water (through electrolysis, as already mentioned) or from the decomposition of a hydrocarbon that has a high hydrogen:carbon ratio. A popular hydrocarbon is methane. Although fossil fuels (the basis of our current fueling system) are renewable, they are not renewable on a convenient timescale. Electrolysis can be 'fueled' by sources such as wind energy and solar energy, thus making it much more convenient than fossil fuels.

The ENV

The ENV is relatively low-end compared to other motorcycles. Its speed tops off at approximately 50mph, and it has been compared to a very good mountain bike in terms of handling. One should also note that the $3 for a full tank of gas does not make this bike particularly better than normal ones. Most can ride for much faster, longer, and with a full tank price of 7 to 9 dollars. However, the key thing that a buyer should be aware of is the potential that this technology has. Using hydrogen as a fuel is beneficial in so many ways, including it's neutral emissions and renew-ability. Hopefully, in time we will have a ENV that runs just as efficiently and fast as a standard fossil fuel powered motorcycle.

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