BIKERS BILLET Front Visor, commonly referred to as the windshield or windscreen, serves several important functions:
Wind Protection: One of the primary purposes of the front visor is to shield the rider from the direct impact of wind while riding. This helps reduce wind resistance, fatigue, and the risk of buffeting, especially at higher speeds.
Weather Protection: The visor provides protection against various weather elements, such as rain, sleet, or snow. It helps keep these elements from directly hitting the rider’s face, improving overall comfort and visibility.
Insect and Debris Shield: Riding without a front visor can expose the rider to insects and debris. The visor acts as a barrier, preventing bugs, stones, or other road debris from hitting the rider’s face, eyes, and upper body.
Aerodynamics: The design of the front visor can contribute to the motorcycle’s aerodynamics. Well-designed visors can help direct airflow over the rider and the bike, improving stability and reducing drag.
Visibility Enhancement: Tinted or anti-glare visors can enhance visibility by reducing glare from the sun. Some visors also come with anti-fog coatings to prevent fogging in cold or humid conditions, ensuring a clear line of sight.
Style and Aesthetics: Visors come in various shapes and styles, contributing to the overall look of the motorcycle. Riders often choose visors that complement the aesthetics of their bikes.