GOT WIND? Zero Gravity® is proud to introduce our tallest performance windscreens. This windscreen is designed to maximize your riding pleasure with superior optics, fit and finish, and wind protection. Sport Touring Series™ screens feature a unique design to reduce the windblast on the rider and provide more comfort while in the upright riding position.
The best optics of any windscreen on the market
All are fabricated using highly specialized "blow molding" techniques similar to those used in aircraft canopies
The result is virtually distortion free optics
Made from the finest grade 1/8" acrylic plastic
Each windscreen is stretched as it formed, a process which results in superior strength and flexibility
This flexibility allows this windscreen to absorb road vibrations and resist cracking
Factory drilled holes and profiles that match your OEM fairing for a precise fit
Used by the best Superbike, Grand Prix, Supersport and Endurance teams in America, Zero Gravity windscreens dominate road racing
Sport Touring Series™ are pre-drilled to factory specs and can be used with O.E.M. and or Zero Gravity® well nut kits. Sport Touring Series™ inventory available in Clear, Light Smoke, and Dark Smoke only. Some Sport Touring Series™ that are made from thicker acrylics (41 & 42 color options) are available in Clear & Light Smoke only. All other colors are NOT available.
Note: Images for color sample only, actual shape may vary by bike
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This review is for Zero Gravity Double Bubble Windscreens - Suzuki GSXR600-750 - 2011-13
Double Bubble 2013 GSXR 750 - Fred Martinez TX
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Excellent wind protection
Cons: Warning label said could melt insterment cluster on a hot day
I was looking for more wind protection for my 2013 GSXR 750. It does an excellent job and even made bike easier to ride at speed. It looks good as well. The only problem is it came with a warning label that said it could possibly melt the instrument cluster if left parked outside on a hot day. I have ridden on a hot day but as of yet have not wanted to leave it parked in the sun for a long period of time.