Ive decided I'm a Street Glide rider, I know what everyone says, but it really doesnt bother me with the fork mounted fairings. I just got back from a 1530 mile trip and I rode beside 18 wheelers, in high wind, rain and it just wasnt a big deal. I like the Street Glide better, so I'm sticking with it.Michael, I would like to thank you for an excellent Youtube Video, especially in light of the fact that I didn't hear one single use of needless PROFANITY, that spoils many Youtube motorcycle tests that I watch
I always ask myself why so many people would just all of a sudden start using the 'F' word and the 'MF' word, with impunity, to what end??? They must know that potentially thousands to millions of enthusiast will hear their display of immorality?
Yes, in an hour or so I and my Family will be on our way to Church
The thing that takes some getting used to with a 'frame mounted' fairing is that for instance at night, in a parking lot and stopped, when the forks are turned, the beam of light stays pointed straight ahead until the 'frame' makes the turn
A frame mounted fairing is much more stable, because anything attached to the handlebars can potentially cause a wobble or shake.
I've had many examples of both and none caused any problems.
The 'Batwing' is more traditional looking in my opinion.
Again, good work!