Robin and Pat,
The windshield was delivered yesterday afternoon, and I put it on today. The 9"
windshield looks so good, it makes me look good. Here I am pictured on my 05
Electra Glide Classic. There are many places that sell windshields, but they are
not as good or as good looking as yours. I know because I have been riding since
1967. I want to thank you for getting it to me soooo fast.
You guys are the best, Keep up the good work.
Keep The Rubber On The Road,
I recently upgraded from a Harley
Sportster XL883 to a 2006 Harley Road Glide. I love my 'Glide but don't like the
high design Harley windshield the Road Glide had when I bought it. When I ride
the turbulence was at eye level when I hunched down and when I sat straight my
head was buffeted by the wind especially on the open road.
Now, I'm a tall guy at 6'2" so I
could not find and aftermarket windshields that were high enough yet would not
spoil the distinctive lines of my Road Glide. I came across the Clark's website
on e-Bay www customflhtwindshields.net. I read the write up and order one on the
spot. Nowfor the cool part: the next day I heard from Robin Clark and she asked
me more about my order so they would get my needs met correctly the first time.
I quickly learned that their shields are angled differently than the stock
Harley giving greater apparent and measured height and that the unique half moon
design created a longer wind shadow that would also provide more comfort for a
passenger. As we talked, Robin took me through the options and we settled on a
14.5 inch custom cut bronze shaded windshiel.
The new windshield arrived within
about ten days which is fast for across the border. I had it on the Road Glide
in half an hour. It looked great. This past weekend, I went on a run with my
fellow Niagara HOG riders. It was 32 degrees but I satyed comfortable behind my
CCW windshield and could easily see over it when needed. At the price point,
this is the best investment I have made in new ride accessories. Robin and Pat
really care about their customers and their service says it all. I especially
appreciated the personal note sent with my CCW windshield.
BIO for Kim Patrick Weaver.
Kim is an artist, photographer and
writer who lives in Virgil Ontario Canada with his wife, the author Maureen
Daigle-Weaver. His artwork can be see on Facebook in the newly launched group,
Conscious Living Art - The Work of Kim Patrick Weaver at
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?gid=173883231668 where he blogs on matters
of art and loving your Harley Davidson. He also blogs on the joys of motorcycle
touring as a member of