Klock Werks adds a low windshield option to their already award-winning windshield line-up. Introducing, the 6” Super Low Sport Flare™ Windshield for 2015+ Road Glide (FLTR).
“It’s the most visually striking Flare™ the company has ever made,” Dan Cheeseman, COO, said. “It’s the highest functioning and sexiest low windshield option on the market.”
The new 6” Super Low Flare™ is an addition to Klock Werks Sport Flare™ Windshield line up for 2015+ Road Glides. The Super Low will be available in dark smoke and black, and is the perfect, sleek compliment to kustom big wheels.
“This Flare™ compliments the aggressive stance of the new Road Glide fairing by adding more forward attitude without sacrificing the smooth curvatures needed for great air management,” Lead R&D Technician, Jennifer Bainbridge said. “and it’s another option for riders with a shorter torso height.”
For an optimum ride and experience, Klock Werks suggests that you are able to comfortably look over the windshield while riding. Finding the right height for your stance is paramount to the best possible wind management. This improved and patented windshield was created to provide downforce, with aerodynamic engineering at the forefront. Performance was first, and style came along with it! The shape of the windshield, with the flips and the hip, is the proverbial cherry on top. It adds instant style whether you’re building a kustom or just looking for a better ride.
“I have your windshield on my 2016, and I love it. It’s one of the best purchases I’ve ever made for my bike,” Stephen Alcorn said.
Also available for Road Glide owners is the Pro-Touring Flare™, a wider, more full-coverage option for riders and passengers who prefer an even greater amount of wind deflection for the long haul.
Ninety-eight percent of people who try the Flare™ before they buy it (Klock Werks Try It Before You Buy It Program), take it home that day! The hard-coated polycarbonate windshield, with its patented hips and flip, have revolutionized the air management market. Learn more about the birth of the Flare™ and view a special section of the documentary on “The Flare” page.