June 21, 2012(Hollywood , FL)
Hardware. took a fall and the scratch was easy to remove just like brand new the same for Hellcat Memphis Shade.
My Vulcan 500 is the greatest looking bike.
April 17, 2012(KIev, NY)
Really works during the cold and the rain.
National Cycle Hand Deflectors
April 17, 2012(Vancouver, BC)
A friend has them on his Kawasaki 1300. They impressed me - sick of wet gloves - so I ordered a pair for my Suzuki Boulevard. Easy to install and well made. So bring on the rain!
March 01, 2012(Newport News, VA)
They work great. I can switch them between my Harley or the Triumph. Quick and easy installation. Great help on the roads.
Had to tweek it, but they work fine.
December 12, 2011(NM, NJ)
I bought these for my TU250x even if they're for other Suzuki models. I had to bend the brackets a little to properly cover my hands, but they work fine. I tested them on days when it was 40-45F at 55-70 mph and my hands were fine. It felt good to be able to flex your fingers without the wind blowing on them. I recommend these!
September 26, 2011(Omaha, NE)
The wind deflectors work pretty well, but as someone else said they could be a little bigger because it keeps the wind off of your knuckles but not off the tips of your fingers or the back of your hand. With that said, they do help quite a bit to keep your hands warm. The plastic screws concern me from a quality stand point, but all in all I would buy them again.
Pricy but they work.
September 30, 2011(Durango, CO)
Nothing ever rates a perfect 5 but these come close; I should have added these a long time ago, they help significantly because I have poor circulation in my old hands.
These help a lot in the cold
May 31, 2011(Burke, VA)
While riding in 30-35ºF temperatures with no windscreen or fairings, my fingers would be freezing in a matter of minutes in my heavy leather thinsulated gauntlet gloves. After adding these hand deflectors, I could ride for much longer periods than before with relatively warmer hands.The only problem is that there's only a very small pocket of protection from the wind. When holding the grips tightly with my fingers pointed down, the tips of my fingers were still in the path of a little bit of wind. As a result, I had to basically stretch my fingers straight out every once in a while to warm back up. This problem might be fixable if you adjust the angle of the deflectors, but I just didn't feel like changing the angle of my controls and mirrors..
Installation was very easy. Some people have complained about the plastic screws, but they worked just fine and nothing cracked or broke at least for one winter of riding.
Hand defectors really works.
January 17, 2011(Dunbar, WV)
The hand deflectors were easy to install. I only have had one opportunity to try them, but I did feel a less wind on my hands. I did have to make a slight adjustment, but that was also easy to do. I look forward to trying them again.
March 25, 2010(Etna, CA)
They do give some protection from the cold.