NOTE: Quick-Release Mount Kit (sold separately) required for this product. Go to the PRODUCTS BY BIKE menu and select your exact year/make/model to see which Mount Kit is required to fit your bike. All Mount Kits are model-specific.
Have the hottest bike around with National Cycle's Wave QR® — the fairing that defines performance on the edge. The Wave's sculpted polycarbonate body captures the spirit of your Harley-Davidson® motorcycle. Its jetstreamed looks come from National Cycle's attention to aerodynamics and precision forming.
It's removable in just seconds, without tools — thanks to National Cycle's Quick Release Mount Kit! And, it's rake adjustable!
The highly regarded Quick Release Mount Kit is the same for our SwitchBlade® and Spartan® Windshields, so you not only have a choice between riding with or without a windshield — you also have a choice between completely different styles of quick release shields!
To top it off, they are backed by National Cycle's exclusive 3-Year Warranty against breakage.
|Dark Gray, 95% Tint
|Secondary Material Finish
|SwitchBlade® Quick Release Mount Kit Required
Write Your Own Review
- Wave QR® Fairing Review by Ken Steenrod, Ken's Custom Paint & Graphics
- As a custom bike builder, I have to keep my standard of perfection pretty high to be competitive. National Cycle's Wave® Windscreens have set the standard for innovative design and quality manufacturing. That's why I have partnered with them for over ten years. (Posted on 10/22/2014)
- Wave QR® Fairing Review by Jared Mees, Professional Flat Track Racer, Four Times AMA Grand National Champion
- National Cycle products are top-shelf. Their polycarbonate Wave® Windscreens are high quality and super tough! My racing career taught me safety first. That's why, on the street, I would never run anything other than the best -- National Cycle Windshields! (Posted on 10/22/2014)
Height: 10.50" (26.7cm)
Width: 17.00" (43.2cm)
Wave Quick Release Fairings are measured from the headlight cutout in a vertical line level to the top of the shield in the fully raked forward position. Width is measured in a straight line across the back of the shield at its widest point.