Getting Back on the Road with National Cycle

//Getting Back on the Road with National Cycle

Getting Back on the Road with National Cycle

While most of us are itching to get back out on our bikes, it’s still a bit frigid in most parts of the country to ride at highway speeds. A good way, however, to score some early seat time without turning into a popsicle is to add a windshield to your ride. And if the idea of a windshield isn’t very appealing to you, either because of the esthetics or something else, then the folks at National Cycle may have what you need.

Earlier this month — at V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati, Ohio — National Cycle debuted two perfect ways to add wind perfection to your ride while maintaining a clean look on your motorcycle.

The Stinger and the Gladiator (shown in the images you see here) are adjustable and made from a hard coated polycarbonate. And just as impressive is the fact that both come with a three-year unbreakable warranty. Check out this video we shot while in Cincinnati and listen to what National Cycle’s Barry and Paul have to say about their latest products.

By |2015-04-14T12:31:05+00:00February 23rd, 2011|Categories: News/Events Articles|Tags: , , |2 Comments

About the Author:

Patrick Garvin began his stint with J&P Cycles at the start of 2008 after doing some installs for us at Daytona and Sturgis for two years. Currently, Patrick splits his time between the eCommerce team and purchasing, finding new and exciting products for our website and catalog. When he’s not at his desk, he’s zigzagging across the country with J&P’s event crew. Patrick has an obsession with going fast on just about anything, a trait he shares with his 6-year-old son Race. You can usually find both of them wrenching in the garage or ripping through the fields on dirt bikes. Emma, his beautiful wife of 7-plus years, puts up with his antics and keeps his head screwed on because he certainly wouldn’t be able to find it without her.

2 Comments

  1. 8-Ball March 9, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    If you want to impress me, show me how it performs in a wind tunnel.

  2. Dennis February 28, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    Looks like Paul G has gained some weight.

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