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Vario-Touring Screens for Naked Bikes
MRA Motorcycle Windshields

The Vario-Touring Screen for Naked Bikes (VTNB) is the latest result of MRA’s continual development target of ‘small-screen looks with big-screen performance’.

Uniting the attractive, unobtrusive appearance of the type of small screen normally found on bikes only capable of lower maximum speeds, but with the wind protection of a far larger screen, this is the solution to the problem for the sporty naked bike rider of how to get the wind protection of a faired bike without attaching an oversized screen.

The seven position adjustable aerofoil can widely vary the angle between the blade and the screen, reducing the speed of air approaching the helmet and upper body, without inducing turbulence. This, in combination with the adjustability inherent to the handlebar mounting system, virtually guarantees all riders of all heights an optimal position for maximum protection and comfort, reducing journey fatigue.

The VTNB fits almost all naked bikes - but please call us if you have any specific bike compatibility questions.

MRA Screen

About MRA

World’s largest approved aftermarket motorcycle screen manufacturer
Producer of genuine branded aftermarket accessory screens for three of the four leading Japanese motorcycle manufacturers
All screens manufactured in their TÜV certified production facility in Teningen-Nimburg near Freiburg, Germany
Production is in excess of 100,000 units per annum
Manufactured using the world’s most advanced anti-scratch and virtually unbreakable screen material
Technical Partner to race-winning MotoGP and SBK teams
A recognised leader in innovative and effective screen designs


Only £128.66 (including fitting kit)





motorbike windscreen
Advanced techniques are used to perfect MRA's screen designs for each bike

 

"It went on without a hitch. The upper spoiler is adjustable and is meant to diffuse air coming over the screen. I've used the HD compact winshield and both the Rio Grande and Del Rio from Memphis. I wear a fullface helmet and the taller screens didn't provide enough air flow. The shorter screen caused too much buffeting.

This screen works really well, it blocks the wind from my chest and the air hitting my helmet is clean. At 95 MPH while passing my helmet wasn't bobbing around and I could actually see where I was going."


Hyak107 (hdforums.com)

 


MRA Vario Touring Screen for Naked Bikes

MRA Vario-Touring Screen for Naked Bikes
Photos courtesy of J.Dick, Honda Europe



 CUSTOMER COMMENT


Quotations are taken from unsolicited letters/emails and comment cards, which are available to view at our premises

"...about the VARIO TOURING SCREEN for my Honda Hornet ...here's what I think.

Firstly, I would like to say what fantastic service from your company... I ordered the screen over the Christmas period in the morning and it was delivered the next day at 8.15am, some 22 hours later. Now that's some service. Thanks.

As for how good the screen works on a naked bike like my Hornet, well... I can say IT WORKS VERY WELL!

Although there is wind pressure to the shoulders it soon becomes apparent that the worst is deflected over your head and if you tuck your head down a little you can miss the rest... this is at speeds up to a ton & a bit [100 MPH+ 160 Km/h+] , and Oh I am also 5ft 10ins (about average).

So, in a nutshell, it works VERY WELL once adjusted, maybe not as good as a sportsbike [with a full fairing] but it will make the odd trip on a motorway more of a pleasure, rather than a task.

Many thanks.”
SR - Email



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