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Tuesday 2 April 2019

National Cycle

VStream Windscreens Available for Indian Chieftain/Roadmaster

Riders of the top-of-the-line 2014-up Indian Chieftain and Indian Roadmaster now have an upgrade option “that lets them experience a new level of windscreen performance.” National Cycle’s popular VStream Windscreens are now available for these models.
Made in three different heights to fit riders of any size, even passengers will notice the improvement. VStream gets its name from its unique, patented shape. The advanced “V” profile and dimensional contours push the wind vortex out and away from the rider's helmet, resulting in a peaceful, quiet riding environment.

Right to left: N20703 low, 11.25”; N20704 standard, 14.25”; N20705 tall, 17.25”

These windscreens are made from tough 4.5 mm Quantum hardcoated polycarbonate. This high-quality material, along with the state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques in-house at National Cycle’s Maywood, Illinois headquarters, “provides outstanding clarity, impact strength and scratch resistance unmatched by any windscreen maker worldwide.
“Quantum hardcoated polycarbonate is the material of choice for serious motorcycle riders. It is 10 times more abrasion resistant than FMR hardcoated polycarbonate, and 30 times more than windscreens made from commonly used “aircraft plastic” or acrylic.
But it doesn’t end there. These VStream Windscreens are also pre-treated at the factory with National Cycle’s RainZip, a specially formulated and highly effective rain repellent that gives a clear view of the road ahead in any kind of weather.
VStream Windscreens are easy to install and protected by a 3-Year Warranty against breakage.