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Motorcycle Windshield Buyers Guide

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We like to fantasize that motorcycling is all about the wind in your hair and your knees in the breeze, but when you come right down to it, there can be too much of a good thing. Like the wind…pushing against you at 60-70 mph for hour after relentless hour…in the cold…in the rain. To counteract this, a windshield will ...

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Motorcycle Windshields, Er, Windscreens

Here at Rider magazine, we get mail. Boy, do we get mail–email, snail mail, even hand-delivered letters and notes on occasion (though no one ever brings us a cookie. Sniff.). We love it all, good, bad, critical and even incoherent, except maybe the ones pieced together from letters cut out of a magazine. Your correspondence helps us maintain a good handle ...

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Laminar Lip Motorcycle Windscreen Extension Review

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[This Laminar Lip Motorcycle Windscreen Extension Review was originally published in the August 2009 issue of Rider magazine] With winter coming on last year I decided I wanted to get a little more protection behind the fairing of my Honda ST1100…build the bubble, so to speak. I could always ride over to the Rifle company here in Atascadero and have ...

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Klock Werks Flare Motorcycle Windshield Review

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Review by Reg Kittrelle [This Klock Werks Flare Motorcycle Windshield Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] My first bagger was an early-’90s Electra Glide Sport, which came equipped with a windshield. The first thing I did after getting it home was remove the windshield; you weren’t going to catch me hiding behind a shield! Real bikers keep their ...

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Sportech Cruise Series Motorcycle Windshield Review

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Review by Buzz Buzzelli [This Sportech Cruise Series Motorcycle Windshield Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] We Harley riders can be awfully picky about what looks good on our rides, and we’re especially finicky about what we choose to bolt onto them. When it comes to windscreens, many riders prefer a quickly detachable shield that’s easily doffed for ...

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