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    Default National Cycle VStream windscreen

    Hi everyone. My first post. Wondering if anyone can tell me how well the cruiser windscreens work to block high speed highway winds from knocking your head. I'm 5'9" so I don't sit too high. I'd appreciate anyone's experience and feedback. A photo of the National Cycle VStream tall touring windscreen I have in my mind is attached.

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    There’s a noticeable difference in wind deflection and comfort with the National Cycle Windscreen installed on the M109R. It definitely reduces headwinds/turbulence. I currently have one installed on one of my 9s. My two other 9s don’t have one installed, and I certainly feel much more headwinds and that turbulence feeling when highway or open road riding either of the two without the Windscreen installed. From my experience, I would say the National Cycle Windscreen is effective in reducing headwinds and turbulence while riding. I guess for much taller riders, it may not be as effective. But, for anyone under 6’ tall, there’s no doubt in mind it works well.

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    I run a VStream when I do longer rides. Does block the wind pretty good.
    Personally I think its the better looking windshield of all the options.
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