CycleSmiths Introduces The Lollipop. The First-Ever Frameless, All Glass Mirror.

CycleSmiths introduces a revolutionary new line of frameless mirrors. 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.

The first style of frameless mirror launched by CycleSmiths is the , 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 pivot-less design won’t vibrate out of place after tightening and only requires a 5/32″ Allen key to adjust.

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. .

7 Responses to “CycleSmiths Introduces The Lollipop. The First-Ever Frameless, All Glass Mirror.”

  1. 1 Mcfreeak Dec 13th, 2017 at 9:53 am

    Really cool. But these $100 a pop mirrors have a frame. Just no back

  2. 2 domino Dec 13th, 2017 at 11:34 pm

    Different … Who remembers using a dentist mirror to satisfy the law?
    ……… Domino Dave………

  3. 3 Dec 14th, 2017 at 8:40 am

    Oh yea the dental mirror lol

  4. 4 Lawrence W Rodhouse Dec 14th, 2017 at 7:19 pm

    I don’t know, but on my hardtail chopper, not any kind of mirror is going to work. A $100 mirror is just not in my wish list. Just sayin’

  5. 5 Dec 15th, 2017 at 11:49 am

    Very unique, well done guys.

  6. 6 Xenu Dec 15th, 2017 at 8:38 pm

    Yeah, dental mirrors in the 60s.
    Did that.

  7. 7 Joe Cutshall Dec 16th, 2017 at 11:33 am

    I have a set of these mirrors in blue tinted glass on my Daytona Blue Street Glide , they look better in person . The blue tinted glass matches the blue paint . You can see a photo of the blue glass on my WILLY SHINY page

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