So you're riding and you can't see your watch because your jacket and gloves are covering it. You have a Fuel Injected Vulcan with the digital clock but the speedometer needle is always covering that so what to do? Well, buckaroo you have some options and none include loading a grandfather clock onto your luggage rack..
- You can visit an automotive store and purchase a digital clock designed for dashboards. I've seen them round and rectangular and can be attached with Velcro to make bike washing and that annual battery change a little simpler.
- There are aftermarket suppliers of clocks specifically made for mounting on a motorcycle including Amazon and Ebay which offer a variety of nice clock/thermometer sets and Formotion Products which offers a huge range of 'add to your handlebars' products.
Downside to having a clock right in front of your face? It's really difficult, when the S.O. asks why you're so late to say "Well, I was riding and time just sort of got away from me!"