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Sportech SP Detachable Motorcycle Fairing

Motorcycle Fairing

Sportech recently introduced the Detachable Fairing SP, designed to not only be the value leader, but inject bold new attitude into the detachable motorcycle fairing market.

Like their original Detachable Fairing, Sportech’s SP version is loaded with best-in-class features including OEM-level fit-and-finish, a full inner shell with integrated storage and simple, secure mounting.

In contrast to a typical high-priced fiberglass fairing, a Sportech fairing is precision thermoformed from lightweight automotive polymers, topped with the same high-tech coatings used by auto manufacturers. The result is a fairing finished to critical factory-grade standards.

Sportech is dedicated to providing products at an incredible value. The Detachable Fairing SP ships completely assembled including inner and outer shells, mounting hardware, and a trend-setting, aggressive matte black windscreen for a suggested retail price of $649.95.

With the help of their distribution partners, Sportech fairings are available through most motorcycle dealerships.

Sportech’s mission is to continue providing enthusiasts with innovative products designed to enhance their motorcycle riding experience.

The Detachable Fairing SP ships completely assembled including mounting hardware and windshield.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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