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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!
Nick in CA
This was used for my wife's bike. It helps keep the wind off of her chest and in turn keeps her warmer. I'm 6'-3" and when I ride, the air coming off the top of the windshield just catches my adventure helmet. Sometimes this can create an annoying vibration in my helmet. This would be a user specific issue due to my height. This windshield was easy to install and has been holding strong for almost two years now.Read All Reviews
Carl in UT
Durable, quality part. Installation was straightforward. Makes a big difference in wind blocking over the stock number plate. Traveling in the 45-55 mph range, I only feel the wind on my helmet (vs on my chest without it). I'm 6'1". Worth the money.Read All Reviews
Harry in BC
Installation was a bit tricky, but what a difference it made! I hardly have any wind buffeting or wind noise since I installed it. I am 5'6" and use the OEM tall windshield set on the highest position. Multi day long distance trips are no longer tiring now. Love it!Read All Reviews
Patrick in Virginia
Was excited to get this on my bike, but it disappointed. Granted, I'm a bit of a mutant (75" tall with a 30" inseam) but in order to get to the "quiet" zone I have to ride my KLR like it's a sport bike. I don't think this thing would really be tall enough even for an "average" tall man. Not recommended. Even though I was pretty careful, it also managed to get a huge scratch during installation, and I don't recall doing anything that should have caused that.Read All Reviews