As riders, we love well-made bikes that take us the distance but also want a motorcycle that reflects who we are. Aftermarket motorcycle parts have grown popular in recent years, as more riders desire some degree of personalization.

Likely in response to this growth, Harley-Davidson announced two Limited Paint Sets for early 2020, available only in-store. Created with input from well-known Harley-Davidson stylists and hand painted by artists, each set delivers the pop needed to elevate your bike and aims to give touring models a high-performance look.

These paint sets will only be available for purchase at Harley-Davidson dealerships. Contact your local dealer to pre-order for the new year!

Mayhem Set

motorcycle on the open road Designed to mimic speed and excitement, the Mayhem Limited Paint Set:

  • Uses an Inferno red pearl and phantom black base
  • Symbolizes acceleration with front and back ghost white and silver highlights
  • Indirectly alludes to the brand’s racing past

Meant for touring models, the set covers custom-painted cowlings, front and back fenders, lighting, gas tanks, side covers, the upper fairing, chin spoiler and stretched saddlebags with Harley-Davidson’s number one racing logo.

This kit is compatible with any 2017 or newer Road King, Street Glide and Road Glide models, including standard and special versions. Only 150 sets will be available worldwide.

Quick Shift Set

With dashes of neon on solid black, the Quick Shift Limited Paint Set starts with a gunmetal metallic and solid black base, adding a pewter pinstripe and hyper orange, yellow or green accent on top.

Sets accommodate 2018 and later Breakout and Fat Bob models. Kits cover custom-painted fuel tanks and front and rear fenders. Only 100 sets will be available globally.


For bikes still covered under the 24-month manufacturer’s warranty, Harley-Davidson’s Custom Coverage® Extended Limited Warranty will grandfather in the kit, as long as it’s applied at an authorized dealer.

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