News Triumph Sprint GT: Zero Gravity Windscreens

Triumph Sprint GT: Zero Gravity Windscreens

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2011-2012 Triumph Spring GT Windscreen

The elegance of the Triumph Sprint GT can now be matched with the quality, fit, and finish of a Zero Gravity windscreen, for those who will accept nothing but the best for their ride.

Made here in the USA, the SR Series (20-913v) windscreen closely matches the size and shape of the OEM windscreen, and adds flair to the bike with light or dark smoke tint and industry-leading visual clarity over stock.

The Sport Touring Series (23-913v) is our tallest windscreen. This screen rises a full 3.5″ (88.9mm) taller than the stock screen to give you additional wind protection for longer endurance rides on back country highways, and comes in clear, light smoke, or dark smoke tints.

Zero Gravity has its engineers hard at work to perfect the famous Double Bubble® screen (16-913v) for the Sprint GT. This stepped profile design has the potential to give you added aerodynamic advantage when tucked in for extra speed when riding this great sport-touring bike closer to the “sport” end of the spectrum! Look for this model to hit dealers soon!

Both Zero Gravity’s Stock Replacement and Sport Touring Series windscreens match the OEM fit and mount easily using your factory hardware. The screen on the Sprint GT is molded into the front fairing, and Zero Gravity windscreens partially cover the backside of the dash with a high-quality vinyl mask, just like the Triumph version.

Zero Gravity screens are made with cutting edge technology and feature a precise fit, hand polished visible edges and distortion free optical clarity. The new Triumph Sprint GT windscreens start at $109.95 and are protected with a limited factory warranty. Call Zero Gravity at 1-805-388-8803 for more information, or visit zerogravity-racing.com and follow on Facebook & Twitter.

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. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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