I have about 10 pics to post, but I keep getting timed out by the forum before I'm done with all the descriptions, etc. So, now I'm just going try top attach my first pic and see how that goes. This one is the front view of my shield, darkest tint available. If this works I'll add more pics and info tomorrow.Hey guys - I have the final version of the Madstad shield on my bike and I have pics. I need to figure out how to post them. Hopefully, I'll get pics up tomorrow.
It looks great!Hey guys - I have the final version of the Madstad shield on my bike and I have pics. I need to figure out how to post them. Hopefully, I'll get pics up tomorrow.
Mine could still be raised by about an inch and a half. You could also angle it to only 30 degrees. I think they actually recommend 30, but I was trying to make it look as rakish as possible and it still worked for me. Best to get their advice.That's a nice looking shield but I'd need the taller(if avail) one since I'm 5'11.
The bugs and buffeting always drive me crazy but a very small price to pay for the love of riding. Wish there was a self-cleaning shield. :|
Zero handlebar involvement. The brackets are mounted completely to the forks. It does, of course, limit the depth you have available between the handlebars and the brackets/shield. But, nothing is attached to the handlebars.It looks great!
How much handlebar real estate do these use? My Honda tall shield takes up too much accessory-mounting space.