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National Cycle VStream Sport Touring Windscreen Yamaha Super Tenere 2010-2013
  • National Cycle VStream Sport Touring Windscreen Yamaha Super Tenere 2010-2013 - Light Tint
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National Cycle VStream Sport Touring Windscreen Yamaha Super Tenere XT1200

National Cycle revolutionizes windscreen performance with the VStream® Windscreen! The patented "V" shape and advanced dimensional contours push the wind vortex away from the rider's head, resulting in a peaceful, quiet riding environment. The passenger's comfort is improved as well.


  • Thick, sturdy FMR hardcoated Lexan® polycarbonate
  • Height: 21.25 in. (54.0 cm)
  • Width: 16.0 in. (40.6 cm)
  • Uses existing mounting hardware for a direct replacement
  • DOT approved
  • Covered by National Cycle's 3-Year Warranty 
This Product Fits:
XT1200Z Super Tenere 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
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National Cycle VStream Sport Touring Windscreen Yamaha Super Tenere 2010-2013 4.6 5 13 13
Very Pleased! I have a 2012 Super Tenere and love the bike. But, I have battled helmet buffeting from day one. Last year, I purchased a Madstad adjustable windshield bracket. It helped. But only a little. Bear in mind, I use an XD-4 for a helmet which doesn't help with the buffeting either. I knew that I needed a new windshield, but there were so many choices. And the one definite thing I got from the reviews is that no one windshield is going to make everyone happy. There are too many variables. Helmet type, rider height, etc. After all my research, I decided on the Vstream. The design seemed to make sense. Plus I liked that it was made from polycarbonate. I am 5'10"with a 32" inseam, so I ordered the Sport Touring model (mid height). I have used it for about a week now and absolutely love it! It seems like I have a different bike. Buffeting is almost completely gone. I only get a little at high speed. And oddly, I seem to get more air in the vents of my helmet now. I no longer use the Madstad bracket and I don't think I'll be putting it back on any time soon. I forgot to mention that the shield looks beautiful. Very nice quality! Much heavier than the OE. The "V" design makes it very strong and also fits with the lines of the bike nicely. The polycarbonate gives it a slight grey tint which I think takes away that cheap, clear plastic look of the OE one. Hope this helps other Super Tenere owners make the right decision for a new windshield. August 3, 2015
Nice windscreen good quality, excellent fit, better wind protection than the stock windscreen. July 13, 2015
Acts like magnifying glass under the sun, melts your instrument panel on the top. I was excited to install this screen on my 2013 XTZ 1200 Tenere, but turned out to be disappointed when after a few week, found out it acts like a magnifying glass under the sun (the radius of the shield) and when you park your bike it melts the top of your instrument cluster and the cover front of it. (250-300$ damage) .Now i have a 200$ dollar shield sitting in my garage and a damaged bike. National cycle should have put some black shading (coating ) on the bottom half of the screen to prevent the sun going trough it. March 23, 2015
Not exactly the same for the 2015 Super Tenere Be forewarned, this is not an exact bolt on replacement for the 2015 model. The bolt holes do not match the adjustable windscreen carriage on the 2015 model. Compare yours very closely to the picture shown on the website. You can either leave off the carriage, but doing so means you lose the nice little bar going across the top of your current setup or you can leave off the adjusters. I left off the adjusters and mounted it directly to what I would call the older mounting bracket with the carriage underneath. I have to say though that the windshield is great. Much larger and really stops the wind noise and slight buffering from the stock shield. January 21, 2015
This windscreen is a real improvement over the stock unit. I love my new Super Tenere, but the stock windscreen really didn't provide much protection and was really noisy. The new V Stream windscreen is a great improvement. I can still see over the top and there is just the right amount of wind on the top of my helmet. The ride is much quieter. This is one really great upgrade to a bike that really doesn't need any other improvements. January 19, 2015
Had this make on my FJR1300 Ease of installation, and great optical clarity. I am 5' 10", and this cuts down buffeting considerably vs. the stock windscreen. I had a Vstream on my last bike, and it stayed virtually scratch-free for 4 years. Highly recommended. November 24, 2014
Best Windscreen I have ever used! I have owned and ridden dozens of motorcycles for more than thirty years. My experience with windscreens has been that anything larger than a flyscreen was almost always either way too noisy or had too much buffeting. The stock windscreen on my 2013 Yamaha Super Tenere caused too much helmet buffeting at anything over 50 miles per hour for my 5'10" height. After researching and reading countless reviews of replacement windscreens I decided to give the Vstream sport touring windscreen a try. With the windscreen in the high position and the seat in the low position I am getting zero helmet buffeting and a very quiet ride! The is a really great windscreen at a reasonable price. August 24, 2014
A very good windshield I've riden 3000 km with this shield and like it very much. I also have the Yamaha winglets and with both I get very good air management. It does block to much air in very hot conditions, not something I get to ride in often! August 18, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ric M: I have one on my V Strom and it works well May 2, 2015
James H: By looking at online reviews Mar 13, 2015
Tom F: It had good reviews and the video on their website showing their product vs the acrylic stuff really sold me. Sep 28, 2014
Ian F: After much research this seemed like the right windshield to try. May 21, 2014
Lynn B: I need more wind protection. Being 6'2" the OEM screen is just not tall enough. Tired of the buffeting. Apr 8, 2014
Jennifer M: I like National Cycle shields, and it fits well on the Super Tenere. Very happy with the purchase. Mar 24, 2014
P E: Looked up all reports on screen and they all appeared very positive. Mar 12, 2014
Jean A: reviews on the net related to minimum buffeting Mar 2, 2014
A shopper asked: Has anyone used this with the Madstad adjustable windshield bracket, and does it work well? Jul 26, 2015
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Arthur A: I have and I did not like the results.

It did not do what I hoped it would do which was stop the buffeting or reduce it enough that on long rides I wasn't getting motion sick.

With the Madstad in its lowest position the V-stream sat as if the mounted in the stock High position. You could not lower the screen to stock low position. For me I wanted the airflow just not the buffeting. In the Madstad low position to the high position it blocked too much air and I was getting warm even on cool days.

For me I found what worked best was the V-stream in the stock low position and the purchase of the OEM "winglets" This was perfect. Enough air to get to my arms and top of my helmet without the buffeting. Wind, buffeting was no longer an issue in this configuration...
Jul 26, 2015
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John B: Yes, I have the medium height VStream (that I got from Revzilla) with the Madstad bracket and it works very well. As a matter of fact, I consider this setup to be "windscreen nirvana" when it comes to the '12 Super Tenere.. Noise and buffeting are minimal with this setup due to its design (the VStream) and adjustability (the Madstad). Jul 27, 2015
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James H: The shield will not work with the adjustable bracket. I had to remove it and the holes line up for direct mount to the bike. There are 3sets of holes to mount it low, medium, or high. Jul 26, 2015
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Vincenzo M: I don't have the Madstad bracket but I have this windshield, I'm 6'4" I have a Shoei Hornet helmet and I'm able to ride with the helmet shield up all the time Jul 26, 2015
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Toby B: The National Cycle V Stream Touring Windscreen for the Yamaha Super Tenere XT1200 works great. I haven't used it with the Madsted bracket. Jul 27, 2015
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