Dreaming of long motorcycle rides… long riding weekends… or even cross country trips? You might be saying, “Yeah, great, thanks! But I don’t own a big, expensive ‘bagger’ or ‘touring bike’. I like the bike I have… and it’s paid for! Still, long trips only make me think of fighting the wind, weather, road debris, and aching muscles.”
If you own a mid-size motorcycle (like Harley Dyna, Road King, Softail, Indian Scout, etc.), you might be thinking long road trips on your bike aren’t for you. We get it. In fact, that’s why we are here.
Now you don’t need a huge bike to have a comfortable long-distance ride. As a lifelong Dyna/FXR rider, Bill didn’t want a big bagger. So, being the stubborn cuss he is, he designed a fairing from the ground up to fit mid-sized bikes:
- Frame-mounted so you don’t fight the wind.
- ABS plastic so it’s light.
- Engineered perfectly so you can go fast* without the dreaded wobble.
Pop this on — installation is easy — and go! (…and go and go… keep going…)
Our customers rave about how our fairings changed their riding experience. Long rides… windy rides….? No problem.
…living in the Black Hills puts some of the best street bike riding anywhere in my backyard, endless curves in the hills and limitless vistas on the prairie. Anyone who has ridden here knows what I am talking about but Mother Nature can be challenging in these parts to say the least with crazy winds and totally random storms. The fairing bucks the wind out on the prairie and is lite enough not to negatively affect the handling in the hills. I love the clean air bubble this fairing provides and being mounted to the frame there is no handlebar buffeting in the crosswinds like a bar-mounted windscreen, it makes long days in a saddle a pleasure.”
I just got done with a 800 mile ride which was only supposed to be a 300 mile run, It put my riding pleasure back like when I was a kid and … I’m no kid any longer…”
Couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Want more reviews? See our customers’ stories.
So, plan that long weekend, week-long… or month-long trip.