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When you are riding your motorcycle at high speeds or for long distances, battling the wind can be a hassle. A good quality and well-designed windshield can help to shield your body from the wind and reduce rider fatigue.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC we carry a variety of windshields and windscreens for sport and dual sport bikes that are designed specifically to help make your ride more comfortable. Constructed from high quality materials such as aircraft grade acrylics and durable polycarbonate materials, you can ride knowing that your windshield is built to withstand the pressures that come its way. Our selection consists of machine specific windshields and windscreens from brands such as:
Reduce fatigue from combatting wind as you ride by installing a windshield designed to provide you with the best riding experience possible. Check out our selection today!
Michael in WA
Perfect for my KLR combined with the KLRDASH it's amazingRead All Reviews
Larry in IA
Installed it on my KTM 790 R. Substantially reduced the buffeting and wind noise.Read All Reviews
William R in VT
I would recommend this windshield. I’m 6’2” and the stock windscreen in the highest position on my 2017 Super Tenere put the wind not quite above my helmet. About 2” below the top. With the new windscreen the wind goes well above me. The windscreen looks exactly like the stock screen only taller. Uses the same mounting holes and hardware that attach the stock scree. Very simple to switch them out.Read All Reviews
William R in VT
I purchased this for my 2017 Super Tenere along with the larger windscreen to get as much protection as possible. Installation was easy. I dropped the bike off yesterday to have new tires installed and it seemed that with the side deflectors I was getting more wind flowing along the bottom of my forearms. May have been my imagination but the only way to find out for sure is to remove them and drive the bike without them. We’ll see. The way they’re position though should give me better coverageRead All Reviews