Puig Touring Windscreen BMW R1200GS / Adventure
Good if you want a taller windscreen
After living with the stock windscreen on my 2013 R1200GSW for 2 years, I decided to try to cut down the amount of wind hitting my helmet and causing noise. I am 6'3" and at the lowest position, this windscreen keeps all but the top-most half inch or so of of helmet out of the wind. This windscreen seems to be of very good quality. The price was reasonable, and RevZilla delivered it quickly. I am very happy with this product. I am also using the Wunderlich brace on this windscreen, as I read that the larger screens may flop around a bit more. Have not tried riding without the brace, so I am not sure to what extent it is needed.
July 7, 2015
Product arrived quickly, installation was simple after finding youTube video showing how to remove existing windscreen. Performance has been good in terms of getting better wind protection and less noise. At highway speeds, the windscreen does bind and cannot be easily raised or lowered. But once I found the correct height, it works well.
June 23, 2015
Effective wind blocking and great value.
The extra height and weight adds stress to the already unstable BMW screen adjustment system. Very effective wind blocking compared to the factory screen. Reduced upper body buffeting and eliminated a "whistle" from the front end of my GSA. It provides great coverage without fully committing to the touring look. It is acrylic vs polycarbonate so time will tell how well it holds up against scratches and backwoods pinstripes.
June 15, 2015
Great screen for the tall ones.
Easy to install, great screen for the price.
I'm 6'4" & this screen is good for me ( I do have to have my seat set to "low" though).
The shape is close to the stock screen so it doesn't look aftermarket.
June 8, 2015
Great windshield - now I am getting the wind protection I need.
Being tall - 6'5",the stock windshield was not cutting it. The Puig is 4" taller than stock. Installation was simple and done in just a few minutes. The only issue is that the taller shield shook more on the fire roads - which was easily corrected with a stabilizer bracket from Wunderleich.
June 1, 2015
A good as advertised
Received wind screen in three days, Put it on my 2015 BMW GS in ten minutes. It is about 4 inches taller that the original.
Shape is very similar to original and fits well with bike design. It's as thick as the original and the adjustment mechanism still works through it's entire range. Handlebars do not hit or interferer at either left or right turn extreme. I am 6'3", wind protection is great. Best I have ever had on a GS. Too early to comment on durability but the acrylic material appears to be very tough and cleans well with Plexus.
June 1, 2015
Holes were +1/2 inch out of alignment
Installed factory brackets to wind screen and when I went to mount it on my 2015 BMW R1200 GSA. The brackets were way out of alignment. Not even close. The predrilled holes in the wind screen were way off. To Revzilla's credit they immediately sent me a return label and a refund form. Very frustrating and disappointing.
May 20, 2015
Best 2014 GS Adventure tall windscreen so far
2014 GS Adventure. 6'2" tall and riding with the seat in the high position.
Windscreens tried so far
Cee Baily mid (20.5")
and this one.
The Puig Touring windscreen has offered the most wind protection so far. It's similar in shape to BMW factory original windscreen but taller.
On the highway, speeds 60 to 80, wind buffeting and noise is reduced significantly over the Cee Baily.
I normally prefer a clear windscreen, this one is smoked tint, but I hardly notice it.
Overall, good bang for the buck and half the price of the BMW factory tall windscreen for the GSA which I think is about the same size as the Puig.
May 5, 2015