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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-16-2016, 07:42 AM Thread Starter
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I'm looking for a taller windshield that will provide decent protection when I have a rider. I got a Cee Bailey 14 inch but it didn't help much. Any suggestions?

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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-16-2016, 09:29 AM
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Best value may be finding someone with a take off tour shield and bracket.

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I've been looking into the Madstad setup.
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Madstad is hideous!!!!
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Madstad is hideous!!!!
Madstad does not looks great BUT it does make a world of a difference.

I put the Madstad bracket on when I go on more than 1 day ride.
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Madstad has to be one of the best out there. What other windshield will give that much adjustment


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I didn't like the look of the extra tall stock Tour windshield. The blade was too short, and the Klockwerks flip was still a little too short for me as I had wind hitting me right in the forehead. I got the baggershield that is great without the clear add on upper around town. If I run into rain or nasty dust storm the ability to quickly add on the clear upper piece makes it great for me. I am 6'3".
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Madstad has to be one of the best out there. What other windshield will give that much adjustment


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Thanks for posting! Now I understand why the Tour has a 6 bolt windshield. I'll look into the Madstad. It doesn't look too bad to me!

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Madstad is hideous!!!!
Good thing I'm not interested in how it looks...
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I just recieved my madstad windshield and brackets yesterday. Although its not the best looking windshield to get,it definitely does what it is supposed to. With it adjusted about chin height it deflects the wind well over my head and I can see over the top of it. I previously had the 18" tall windshield that I had to look through and it kept fogging up on me in the humidity. I tried several products on it and nothing would keep it from fogging up. This madstad is going to be the best option for me.
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