When it comes to motorcycle gear, the term “Hi-Vis” (or high visibility) usually refers to goods that make you, the rider, more visible to others on the road. In this post, we’re also going to expand that definition to include gear that can improve your own view of the road. Both are highly valuable additions for riders who frequent the road during early morning or evening hours. When dealing with clothing and gear, hi-vis generally means bright Day-Glo yellow or orange hues are prevalent on the garment’s exterior. Sometimes the paint itself is retro-reflective, and sometimes it’s merely enhanced with extra strips and panels added to visible areas of jackets, pants, gloves, or any other gear designed to be seen in the dark. Lighting also plays a big role in being able to see the road ahead during the night, so we’ll also examine headlight and accessory lighting upgrades that’ll better illuminate your surroundings. Increase your ability to see and be seen in the dark on your bike with these helpful options.