I had a pinlock shield on my Shoei and it worked well. Far better than a standard "single-pane" shield. There were a couple instances that it started to fog up on me, but that was extremely rare.
This "Electric" shield on my Bell was a surprise to me.................I originally did not order...
I've seen a couple people use some fabricated brackets to raise it slightly.
The problem you will run into first is the brake-hose that is routed over the top of the fender. You will either have to make this brake-hose longer, or do the double-front brake-hose conversion that sends one hose down...
I have to say, I am thankful that I had "recently-new" Mitas E07-Dakars on the bike.
They gripped amazingly well, in the dirt, in the wet, and even in the snow.
I am certain that the outcome would have been far worse had I not had those tires on the bike.
I made my way over Waunita Pass to the town of Pitkin.
My original plan was to ride over Cumberland Pass to Taylor Park, and come home via Cottonwood Pass and Hwy-285.
Clouds were darker but it was still dry, so I pressed-on with my original plan.
As I made my way towards...
I made my way up to the summit, and down the other side.
The wind was starting to pick up, and there were a bunch of previously blown-down trees next-to, and sometimes in the road.
None of them were blocking, so I continued through.
Snow coming down to the north of where I was.
This ride happened a little over a month ago, and what started out as a sunny blue-sky day ended up being a tad bit worse, and far longer than I expected.
Luckily I had packed extra layers and gear............they turned out to be a lifesaver!
I knew I was going up into the high-country that...