Feeling the wind from the seat of a motorcycle is exhilarating and just one of the many reasons we ride, but constant wind buffeting can sap your energy on long trips. Touratech has engineered a solution that noticeably increases weather protection and aerodynamics with the introduction of the Adventure Windscreen for the Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L.Clearly advanced in form and function, the design of the Touratech Adventure Windscreen is based on years of experience gained through rally racing. Aerodynamically optimized the airflow is guided over the rider’s head with no unnecessary whirls.
The sharply-angled edges of the Touratech Adventure Windscreen are stronger than on the OEM offering and give it greater rigidity and twist resistance on the Africa Twin even at high speeds.“Why fight the wind when you don’t have to? This windscreen will make long rides on the Africa Twin a much more pleasurable experience,” says Matt Willson, Product Manager, Touratech-USAThe Touratech Adventure Windscreen for the Africa Twin is sure to be a popular upgrade. Its aesthetically pleasing, aggressive styling and rally racing DNA create a relaxing, ergonomically superior ride and is available in 2 sizes and in transparent or tinted shades.Price: $199 – $239For additional information, visit Touratech-USA.
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