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BMW 1100/1150 RT Windscreen Design #1

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    Application Chart Diagrams Application
    Notes
    1996 BMW R 1100 RT
    1997 BMW R 1100 RT
    1998 BMW R 1100 RT
    1999 BMW R 1100 RT
    2000 BMW R 1100 RT
    2001 BMW R 1100 RT
    2001 BMW R 1150 RT
    2002 BMW R 1150 RT
    2003 BMW R 1150 RT
    2004 BMW R 1150 RT
    2005 BMW R 1150 RT
    Options Price
     Year(required):
    1996-2003
    2004 - UP
     Width(required):
    +1'' wider than stock
    +2'' wider than stock Add $25.00
     Type(required):
    Euro Cut Add $25.00
    Standard Cut
     Height(required):
    +2'' taller
    +4'' taller
    +6'' taller Add $25.00
     Color(required):
    Bronze Add $16.00
    Clear
    Dark Gray (No Return or Exchange for this color) Add $16.00
    Light Gray Add $16.00
    Light Green Add $16.00
     other options:
    BMW 1150RT Three Piece Headlight Guard Add $73.99
    Custom laser engraving: Cost $25.00 to $100.00 Add $25.00
    Rush Fee, Ships in 2-3 working days Add $50.00
    Custom laser engraving: We can custom engrave your name, bike model, even pictures (extra charge) on your new 1Tail windscreen. Just choose the custom engraving option above and we will send you an email asking you what you want engraved.
    Be the first to have your name on your shield--no one else is offering this high quality engraving anywhere!

    BMW 1100/1150 RT Stock Replacement Windscreen Design #1

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    BMW 1100/1150 RT Testimonials
    Hey guys!!!

    Just wanted to tlet you knwo that i had a chance to riide to work today
    with my new Euro shield installed on my 2003 R1150RT. I have had only one
    complaint with my T..the wind noise from the stock shield. I am truly
    amazed with your windshield!! Ridig today it was about 22 degrees out and i
    only hd to raise the shield up about 1/3 of the way to offer great face
    protection...and I do not get that annoying wind turbulence I used to get
    with the stock shield. I have tried tthe optional BMW shield as well as the
    Aeroflow windshiled but did not like the looks or the quality. This will
    definately help in selling your products here.....I can show them my bike
    and give a great testimonial! Anyway just want you to knwo that you havea
    great product and a dealer/customer that is very very please!

    Sincerely,


    Bob Creger
    Parts Manager
    BMW of Denver
    303.755.6400
    303.283.3690 fax
    bcreger@pioneercentres.com


    Pay Less and Get More !
    When was the last time that concept worked for you?

    I own a 2002 1150 RT with the stock shield and being a little larger than
    standard,
    I needed to change the profile of my shield.
    I talked to the dealer, with little to no real help, so I turned to the
    Internet.
    Everyone had one for around $220 and they all looked about the same.
    I stumbled across the site for Cee Baileys and thought, "they are cheaper
    !".
    "What is wrong with them"? "They have to be inferior somehow......" Right.

    I could not have been more wrong, The quality is excellent (better than
    stock) and the service top notch.

    I called and I was very impressed with the knowledge and your willingness
    to help
    "set me at ease" with making the right choice.

    I got the #1, 4" up and 1" out and it is great for both me and the
    passenger.
    I love the green tint, it looks awesome on my silver 1150 RT. Airplane
    engineers may be on to something.
    Everyone wants to know where I got it and where they can get one.

    You guys are going to have to hire some help....soon.

    Keep up the good work.

    Michael Link
    Chesterfield, Michigan


    Cee Bailey's BMW Windshield - Product Review

    For the past two years I have been considering replacing the stock windshield on my 1996 R1100RT with an aftermarket product that would improve the airflow around my head and shoulders and hence my riding comfort. I had considered Aeroflow, Parabellum, Secdem, and even other versions from BMW but had hesitated to make the final decision. About a year ago I began to read about a new entrant in the field of aftermarket windshields, Cee Bailey's Aircraft Plastics from Montebello, CA. The company has been manufacturing aircraft windshields for 45 years, but only recently began making them for motorcycles. This resulted from the company owner's decision that he could improve on what has been available in the market. As I began to read other riders' reactions to these windshields, there was almost unanimous agreement that Cee Bailey's was making the best windshields available for BMW's. I had almost made my decision but decided to call the company for advice before making my purchase.
    In early December, I called the company's toll-free number and asked to speak to the owner, Steve Chlavin. I left a message and was amazed when he returned my call about an hour later. We talked for about 30 minutes, and he was more than happy to answer all my questions and provide suggestions on which windshield to buy. I settled on a #2 Euro-cut model, 2 inches wider and 3.5 inches taller than stock that is tinted light gray. The #2 includes a slight "flip" at the top for improved airflow, and the Euro-cut is trimmed ½ inch lower in the center to provide a better line of sight while still keeping wind away from your helmet and shoulders (See photos).The shield is made of ¼ inch thick aircraft quality acrylic as are all their shields. The price was $206.00 including the delivery charge. At the end of our conversation, Steve asked that I call him back after I had a chance to try the windshield to let him know my impressions and any comments - talk about customer service. I placed my order, and the windshield arrived three days later. My initial inspection showed that it was well-made, optically clear, and free of distortion. The true test, a road test, had to be postponed three weeks because this was a Christmas present that was duly wrapped and sat under the tree until Christmas morning. Finally, this weekend I got to see if it performed as well as it looked.
    Installation took about 15 minutes, it fit perfectly. On the highway it provided almost turbulence-free airflow even though I barely raised it from the full down position. There was also none of the back pressure that the stock windshield created that made you feel as if you were being pushed forward. I tried it at speeds from 30mph to 80mph, and it seemed to perform better the faster I went. Something that I have to remember for future reference. I intentionally closely followed a tractor trailer on Route 1 to see how it would react in turbulent air. Although the front of the bike moved slightly more than usual, probably due to the increased size of the shield compared to the stock one, the overall ride actually improved. This was due to the absence of wind buffeting my shoulders and head. The fact that my body didn't move greatly improved the bike's overall stability. In the full up position I was looking through the center of the shield so this should provide better protection for any passenger. I have not tried it in the rain or in gusty winds, but there seems to be no reason to think that these situations won't also be improved. The extra 2 inches of width also kept almost all of the wind off of my upper arms which made them much warmer. I'll do more testing and let you know how it goes, but for now I am more than satisfied with my purchase.
    Cee Bailey's appears committed to providing a quality product for motorcyclists and is constantly enlarging their offerings. At the present time, they offer windshields for 12 brands of motorcycles although the largest offerings are for BMW's. They currently make shields for 16 models of BMW's and offer a wide assortment of choices. For the R1100 and R1150RT's there are four styles, various width and height options, and five color choices. These allow for 105 possible combinations without considering that many are also available with the Euro-cut option. (Did I say that the owner rides an RT?) The possibilities are not as great for the other 15 models, but enough choices do exist so that you can get the exact windshield you want. In addition, Cee Bailey's also offers a variety of headlight guards for BMW's and even customized sun shields for cars. They can be contacted at: www.ceebaileys.com or at 1-800-788-0618. Check them out and see what you think.

    Dan Davis


    It is raining here but I couldn't wait to try it , just got back from a quick 20 mile ride and the windshield is great. My BMW tall,wide never gave me the protection and quite ride this one did. I had it down about half way and could ride with my visor fully open with little buffeting. Thanks again.

    Charley W.

    I love this windshield, thanks! I took my RT in for 600 mile service today and the staff including the owner of Foothills BMW here in Colorado were all over your windshield. They loved it too! I don't know how much business you want but I bet you will be hearing from the owner soon. Just FYI, they are the #2 dealer in the USA and #1 in Colorado.

    Have a great weekend.
    Tony


    Greetings from The Emerald Isle!!

    Just a thank you for the great service in sending my headlight protector so promptly. I greatly appreciate this even more as the new R1150RT arrived yesterday too!!

    Kind regards

    Robbie
    Dublin, Ireland


    To whom it may concern,

    Rarely these days am I prompted to write letters like this one, however I feel this time you should be made aware of the effort by one of your associates in pleasing me. Ken has gone above and beyond the call of duty in making me happy on my recent BMW windshield purchase. As a BMW rider, I am used to good service, and I am also able to recognize great service! Please recognize him if front of his peers for his attitude (it was and is contagious), his dedication to customer satisfaction and his good natured banter. Good luck Ken... with your attitude I don¹t see how you can fail!

    I will be showing off my new screen at ALL our gatherings here in Ohio!

    Sincerely,

    Steve
    Reynoldsburg, OH.


    Just wanted to let you know I got my windshield for my 98 R1100RT and am very pleased with the quality and overall fit and finish......only complaint is the length of time it took to get it ........ but....IT WAS WORTH the WAIT.....thanks...

    Kent
    Arizona


    4/30/02 - 12:00 noon- receive + 4 1/2" sm. gray # 2 Cee Bailey w/s- 30 minutes later leave on my 900 miles on odometer, just broke in R1150 RT - 2500 mile trip thru mid-west rain, wind, heat, and cold. W/S worked as expected- great- less noise, more protection. Thanks, Steve- great product.

    Mike
    Ft. Collins, CO.


    I received my new windshield and headlight protector yesterday from CeeBailey.

    Great craftsmanship on both, bolted right on, great finish.

    If you are looking for e new windshield for you RT, I recommend that you check out http://www.ceebaileys.com/bmw.html

    Mats


    Got my Cee Bailey windshield last week and have it installed. 1 word describes it: Great! I'm tall with alot of torso height, ride with the seat in the highest position for the leg room and with the stock shield it was like hanging your helmeted head out the car window. I installed the #2 6inch. The ride is now quite, I can actually hear the engine, and no head buffeting. I previously rode a Honda Valkryie and thought I had made a big mistake with the rt. Now I understand why people speak so highly of the BMW. I also have only praise for the quality of the Cee shield, thicker than the stock and very nicely finished. If the stock fits you - keep it. If you tower above it, take a look at the Cee Bailey.

    Frank
    Marstons Mills, MA

    I originally went with the Parabellum +4" shield and I liked the effects as compared to the stock windshield. But I still was not happy with the buffeting and the noise I got no matter what position the shield was in. I recently bought and insatlled the CeeBailey Style #2 +4" and can't say enough about the improvements. A lot less noise and no buffet at all. It is a great improvement and I would gladly recommend this windshield to anyone. Thumbs up to CeeBailey!!

    Chuck
    Fresno, CA.

    Just installed my CB #2 clear today. The test run was great, I can hear that boxer purring cus there isn't any wind noise. The one thing I have to get used to is looking thru the shield instead of over it, I think I can handle that for the added comfort. Good fit and finish I'm one happy camper.

    Rick
    Fremont, California


    #3, clear and 4" taller. Works and looks fine, although I found that the best position for wind buffeting and noise was 1/3 up from the lowest position, with my face shield open one notch (Schuberth Concept Helmet). And, you don't need ear plugs either ... Go figure!? Any position higher offered no advantage, and at any position lower there was progressively more noise. I anticipate that rain protection will be good, but I'm not in a hurry to test that theory.

    The windshields are well made, and take about 5 minutes to install ... an all around pleasant experience.

    Great product, and great service. Thanks Steve, you're a credit to this board and the brother (and sister) hood.

    D.J.
    Royal Oak, Michigan


    Well...lunch is over, and I'm still wiping the smile off my face from my 60 mile jaunt. The Cee Bailey's screen is wonderful. It's about 65 degrees outside, so it's on the cool side. In the full down position, the screen positions the wind stream about mid helmet (I'm 6'5", seat in the highest position). Raising it just a tick, knocks nearly all the wind off my head at the expense of some backpressure, but it's not annoying. If I put the screen up like a barn door, I get a LOT of back pressure, but tucking behind it alleviates that, and the air is so still you can actually hear the engine running (even through ear plugs). Tucking behind the CB screen isn't bad like the Secdem was. The CB screen is actually CLEAR! You can see right through it with no distortion. It's like being in a CAR! Who wants that...so down it went. I tried it at all speeds from 0 to 110 (indicated). It was unflappable. The screen just sat there. At hypersonic speeds, a touch of the button knocks that hard rushing air right up over you. I could have ridden all day at 90+mph and never gotten tired.

    So far so good. The quality is excellent. And I LOVE the "FAA approved" line on the Cee Bailey's sticker.

    Great product. Thanks Steve!

    Chad H.
    Nashville, TN


    My #3 light grey tint +4 inch shield arrived and is perfect for me. At 5'11" in the comfort seat I can see over the shield and get a windblast in the low position and can raise it so I am completely covered. Windblast is much less than original and fit and finish are excellent.
    Thanks, Steve.

    Matt K.
    Thousand Oaks, Ca.


    Installed my #2w/4.5" tonight and went out for a quick ride at 60 MPH. Wow! Awesome! I didn't need the windshield all the way up to get rid of the wind noise. No more ear plugs and next comes a Kenwood radio

    Tony

    I installed my #2 +4 1/2" Cee Bailey and did about 600 miles this weekend. What a surprise! To start, I'm not sure but it seems like it's taller than just 2" taller than my BMW tall. Did I mention that this shield is tall? Well this is one tall windshield! I raised my seat from the lowest to the middle position. Flatfooting is a bit more of a challenge but not unacceptable. So now I'm just barely looking over the windshield in its lowest position.

    This is one truly remarkable piece of workmanship! It is much clearer than either of my BMW shields were. Looking through it isn't a problem at all when raised. This shield is genuine quality to the extreme! I cannot speak loudly enough.
    I love the flip too. The shield reduces wind noise levels quite a bit. My pillion was able to hear me at interstate speeds where she couldn't before. I need to reposition her speakers I think but the shield improved things immensely. Nuttin' but smooth air! In light of this, there is some back pressure. Enough so that my neck became a bit sore after 300 miles but not seriously and I think it something I will grow used to.

    Of all the shields I've seen, I think this one best fits the exquisite lines of the RT also. I definitely want to preserve the beauty of this fine machine.

    While I probably cudda used a shield that was 1-2 inches shorter, I'm going to get used to this one. A few more weeks and I'll not know the difference. However, if you're considering a new shield for your RT, you absolutely cannot do better than the Cee Bailey! It is better than first class! It is one incredible product that is extremely well made and does exactly what it is supposed to do better than I could have hoped for. I definitely recommend this product and am grateful to Airtire for the opportunity to participate in this first round of offerings.

    I hope this turns into a genuinely profitable enterprise for you and your company, Steve. You certainly deserve it.

    Yes indeed. Yet another, way better mousetrap!

    Mike
    Nashville, TN


    Well - I have the #1 shield. I received it a week or so ago and have about 1500 miles on it now. It is tall. It is 2" wider and 3" taller in DARK GRAY contrary to Steve's advise. I'm 6'2" and ride with a Bill Mayers saddle so I sit a little tall to begin with. What I have noticed is - a little wind on the outer extremities of my elbows - nothing else. I have zero buffeting on me - but the bike, as can be expected, blows around a quite of bit in the wind. I tried the shield in many different positions and it is remarkably good. My old standard BMW shield used to act like a parasail in the wind so I always rode with it totally in the down position. I think (IMHO) that the width change made the greatest difference. I can ride with it up or down, into the wind, wind at my back or in a cross wind and I never get the effect of parasailing like before. It is as if it is a different bike all together. Steve tried to talk me into the lighter gray but I thought the darker would look cool on my black RT. I was right - good looking piece of hardware. I am tall enough that I look over it in any position so the color wasn't important compared to COOL! I don't put it up very far - maybe a couple of inches. When it is all of the way up I can see over it but the dark gray is distracting. I thought the dark gray would keep the reflections off my instrument panel but I was wrong. In fact, the dark gray acts like a mirror. I can read my tac and speedo in the reflection of the windshield. Happy riding guys - I would definitely recommend a #1. See you all in Gunnison!


    Jim C.
    Gladstone, Missouri


    Gentlemen, I don't usually do this, but I had to write you folks and tell you how pleased I am with the new windshield I purchased from you. Your product fit perfectly and is better finished than the stock items available from BMW for my R1150RT. I selected the stock shape, and even thought the shield is quite a bit larger than the original, even the cogniciente at the local dealership could not tell it was aftermarket until they could compare it side to side with a bike with a stock shield. The finish on the edges is mirror-like, and it seems to be much clearer than the stock items. Super product ! Kenny J. Nashua, NH.

    In my driveway today changing my gear and final drive oils to BMW synthetic. I get a visitor, the Fed Ex guy. My long awaited Cee #2 + 4 1/2 " light grey tint shield arrives . As soon as I finished the oil changes I removed my factory shield and installed the Cee. Needed two larger washers for the middle hole attachment and was on my way for a test ride.
    It seemed like a different bike, quieter by far and smoother somehow (The synth oil)?
    With the stock shield I was always operating at full extension and even then it was not enough coverage. With this shield I operate from the lowest level up to midway or so.
    At the lowest level I still see over the top and have very little wind noise.
    I am about 6" tall with 32 inseam , seat position in the middle setting.
    Fit and finish were excellent .
    Anyone still thinking about upgrading to the Cee do it , It makes for a much more pleasurable experience on a great bike. Marker

    Received my #4 dark gray Cee Bailey Sport Shield today---terrific looks and great for summer rides--this is a great way to make our bike look different than we are use to--and great quality--thanks for the great job.

    Ted
    Chagrin Falls Oh


    Got mine in yesterday with the headlight protector. WOW! Great quality. Got the #3, +4, +1. With the shield all the way up, you have to look through it and there is no distortion at all!

    I'm still experimenting with how high I like it. Mama definately notices less wind buffeting in the back.

    Thanks Steve and all the guys at CeeBailey's for a great product at a great price.

    Mike J.
    Jones, OK


    Got my number 2 today, promptly installed it and went for a ride. I bought it after looking at Jake's and hearing how it reduced his helmet noise. Well, it does, and it does so dramatically. (I'm 6 foot, I wear a Symax helmet and molded ear plugs) It was almost a little eery. At it's lowest position it is very quiet, and even more so as it is raised. I also found that in the middle to uppermost position, (looking straight through it) I don't experience that annoying air current from the rear that seems to push your head forward. There is a slight optical distortion as you would expect with the "flip" contour, but I don't find it bothersome and it seems to diminish as the shield is raised. Overall, it seems to be very well made.

    I think I'm going to like it.


    I received my Cee Bailey #2 +4 1/2 shield on Friday. Mounting it took all of 5 minutes and the holes all lined up perfectly :-). I rode about 300 miles over the weekend and was very impressed.

    With the shield all the way down, I was able to get a breeze on my helmet and it was a lot quiter than the stock shield at any position. With the shield up about 3/4 of the way wind noise was reduced so much that I could hear the engine at 75 mph (first time I have heard this without tucking in behind the windshield). With the shield all the way up it is in a bad height for me as I am almost looking through it but not quite, so it doesn't stay there for very long. I am 6'3" and ride with the seat in the highest position.

    Overall I am very pleased with the shield. Looks great and the price was right (I ordered before the price increase). It truly has made riding the RT much more enjoyable.

    I will keep the stock windshield for the summer month up here in Seattle.

    Tim
    Kent, WA


    My Cee Bailey's #3 arrived while I was on vacation a few weeks ago. I finally tried it out over this past weekend. Here's my report:

    Cee Bailey's advertises their #3 as being four inches taller and two inches wider than the stock BMW windshield. I asked them to cut mine down by two inches and it measures (by my eye) 3 1/4" taller than the stock windshield. I don't know if they measure it differently or if they didn't cut the stock #3 by two full inches. Nonetheless, the height was good for me.

    The first impression on inspecting the windshield is that it's a very high quality piece of equipment. The optics were crystal clear, the edges beautifully finished, and the mounting holes were precisely where they should have been. If there were any issues regarding the finish of the windshields initially, they have been addressed at this point.

    The #3 ordinarily has a significant flip at the top and sides. Because mine was cut down, the flip was visible, but not pronounced. Mounting is, of course, a snap--about a five minute job.

    The second main impression--upon mounting the RT--is that it feels more like you're sitting on a Gold Wing than an RT due to the greater expanse of plastic. I took it on a run at speeds up to 100 m.p.h. At sane speeds--say up to 60 - 70 m.ph.--the windshield offered significantly more protection from buffeting. The most significant difference, though, was the reduction in wind noise. I could comfortably ride at up to 65 - 70 m.p.h. without the wind roar that I experience with the stock windshield.

    However, I noticed a significant amount of backpressure at higher speeds. I've never experienced this with my stock windshield (or at least it's been so minimal that I haven't noticed). At speeds of 80 m.p.h. and up, it felt as though someone was pushing on the back of my helmet. After just ten miles or so this got to be tiresome.

    I think the added backpressure occurs as a consequence of the added width of the windshield. But, in fairness to Cee Bailey's, it may be that my request to have them shorten the windshield, thus reducing the flip at the upper edge, contributed to the backpressure.

    My conclusion is that the #3 minus 2 is a good solution for those who are seeking added wind protection and who don't ride at idiotic speeds. Since warm weather has finally arrived in these parts, I've decided to go with the stock windshield for now. Once it turns colder, I'll switch back to the Cee Bailey's #3 for its added wind protection and quietness.

    Overall, an excellent product. I would, however, advise you to consider the backpressure issue against your riding habits before going with the exact configuation that I did.

    Mike B.


    This is just a quick thank you for excellent service. I ordered your #1 windshield 4" taller & 1" wider on 28 June and it was at my door on 4 July,,,in Warwickshire, England!

    I fitted it in a few minutes and went straight out. The screen did all I hoped for and is great quality. Wind noise around my helmet is much reduced. I hope I wait quite a while to test the weather protection, but being in England, I am sure it won't be too long.

    Once again. thanks for great & efficient service and a quality product.

    Regards, Rob

    I just installed the Cee Bailey's #4 Sport Fairing. I got this model for summer driving since my previous fairing (Aeroflow) did not give me much air no matter what position. Well the test ride was on 90 degree day with 90% humidity and guess what the fairing does move a lot more air on the the upper body when down. It also does a decent job of moving air away when up. My biggest surprize is how much quiter and smoother the air is that is hitting me. The Aeroflow air was always turbulent and even when blocking the air it was nosiey. I did not notice it much since this was the only fairing I have used on my RT, but now it seems down right loud. Bottom line so far I am very impressed with how the sport fairing moves air. I have not gone through a rain storm, or been riding in Sub 50 temps yet, so time will tell how good it will be as an all around windshield. --- But just in case, I got a package deal and I have a #2 still in the box for when the weather gets a little cooler.

    Dakota Dave


    I can honestly say that your product (#2) is by far the best windshield I've ever had on an RT. I've had the BMW standard and tall models plus the product from Aeroflow. With my shield all the way down, I can hear my stereo over the stock speakers at speeds up to 90 mph. By raising the shield just one inch, I can smoke a cigar while riding at 70-80 mph. I'm still able to see over the top. I could never do that with either the BMW or the Aeroflow windshields. In the rain, your windshield throws the water over my helmet. I'm impressed!

    Jerry
    Cincinnati, OH.


    I have had a Cee Baileys #1 +6 +1 clear on my RT for a little while now, but had a fair bit of noisy turbulence on the top of my helmet at highway speeds. To get rid of the noise I found myself hunching over regularly. The windshield itself was beautifully clear and well finished.

    I ordered a Cee Baileys #2 +7 1/2 light gray a couple of weeks ago and it arrived today. I rushed home from my 1000km service and installed it and took her out for a ride.

    WOW...what a great windshield. The light grey has a subtle but very nice effect. The height is perfect for me (6'4" with a long torso). With the winshield half up I get very little wind on the helmet and with it full up I get no wind at all on my helmet. At full up I am looking through the windshield or just over it (if I stretch up tall in the seat) and find that the windshield doesn't introduce distortion.

    I'm going for a long drive with Jan (my wife) this weekend on back so we'll have a chance to see what the ride is like for her.

    I really like this windshield a lot. Well done Steve and Cee Baileys, a truly great add-on for the RT.

    Stewart
    Halifax, NS, Canada


    Steve, I wanted to thank you again for getting into this business. My #2 that you modified to accommodate my 5'9" frame has just been a pleasure. Virtually no buffeting, great rain protection and a stylish look to boot. I only need to raise it slightly and wind noise must drop at least 20 decibels.

    Great products seem to be far and few between.

    Hope to see you at the next un......

    Greg C
    Round Rock, Texas

    Received my new lightly tinted windshield yesterday. Was impressed with the time span from e-mail order to delivery (5 days). Could not wait to go home and put it on the bike and take off for a ride with it. Nice solid piece of equipment. Light gray looks cool. Have to save up to get a variety of different sizes and tints. Awesome.

    Vincent D.
    Long Beach NY


    I got my #2 4.5 screen last Friday as I was working outside cleaning my RT.
    Just like a child unwrapping a new gift, I immediately put it on.. it took about 5 minutes to remove the stock BMW and put the CeeBaileys on. The fit was perfect. The look, AWESOME! I went on a ride right away and I only needed to reach 20 M.P.H to go "wow!", that is great! After trying different positions, I figured out that 1/3 of the way up is all you need.
    It is quiet! No turbulence! I can hear the engine like if I was not moving at all!..
    I am 6 feet tall and my seat is art the lowest..
    It feels as if I am riding a new bike...
    Finish is really #1. Craftsmanship is to say the least extremely impressive and the fit is, well! "Like a glove!" And the service was A1

    You guys are definitely making a product that will put 1000's of smiles on 1000's of faces!

    From Canada I send you many thanks
    Hey!

    Paul
    Victoria BC, Canada

    I recently acquired a Cee Bailey windshield for my R1100RT, and would like to report on it to the list. It is the Model #2, which is 2" wider than stock, and 2 1/2" taller, with a flip at the top. I am 5'10. It replaces an Aeroflow. I am extremely pleased with the Cee Bailey. It not only looks sharp, but performs as promised. There is a still air pocket behind it, and a small amount of air reaches the arms. When in the lowest position, air is directed to the facial area, which will be the summer setting for me. Fall setting is a bit higher.
    It is actually thicker than the stock shield, and does not flutter at
    speed. Just my opinion, but I think it works better than the Aeroflow, which is somewhat larger, and doesn't look as sharp. Cee Bailey has other models, if you prefer a summer sport shield, or a monster shield, etc. Can also be ordered in various custom heights, depending on your requirements or preferences. I'm not affiliated with Cee Bailey, but this is the windshield I have been waiting for. Excellent product.
    Al
    NJTPK

    Hello,

    Purchased your Euro Cut #2 plus 4 1/2 for my 03 R1150RT.

    Just completed my first "Iron butt" 1,000 miles in 24 hour run this weekend. LA to Tucson and back. Your shield really made a difference reducing fatigue.

    Thank you

    Best Regards,

    John F.


    I received the new windshield Friday, installed it over the weekend and put 200+ miles on it over the weekend. Riding solo I find the Euro cut a dream come true. I can now keep the windshield height adjustment in its lowest position and not suffer excessive wind turbulence however I do notice a bit more wind on my shoulders and arms.

    The wife and I went for a long ride yesterday through varying wind conditions and that's where the Euro comes up short. She reported a lot of turbulence unless I had the windshield height cranked all the way up.

    I consider this a small price to pay for the advantage of being able to look over the top of the 'shield without getting blasted like I did with the stock BMW shield and my CB #2 +4 which I will use when riding two up. For the record I am 6-1 with a 33" inseam and have an athletic build.

    The Euro's a keeper!

    Thanks,
    Randy

    Steve:
    I have a funny, embarrassing and thank you story for you and the strength of your windscreen that you sold me last year for my BMW. I was up at the Americade Rally and stopped to fill up with gas. I was a little far from the pump on my left side but reached over, still sitting on the bike to fill-up. After completing that task I leaned over myself with my right hand to put the hose back and the bike leaned at an angle that I couldn't hold it up anymore and it fell over onto the pump. It fell against the windscreen which held up the bike, me and all my gear. After I picked up the bike I examined it for damage and scratches, NONE! Your windscreen not only held up the bike, it didn't scratch and it prevented any damage to my bike. The only damage was to my ego, which has healed!!..
    So thanks for a great thick product, may I never have to test its strength again.
    Pat

    It is raining here but I couldn't wait to try it , just got back from a quick 20 mile ride and the windshield is great. My BMW tall,wide never gave me the protection and quite ride this one did. I had it down about half way and could ride with my visor fully open with little buffeting. Thanks again.

    Charley W.


    I love this windshield, thanks! I took my RT in for 600 mile service today and the staff including the owner of Foothills BMW here in Colorado were all over your windshield. They loved it too! I don't know how much business you want but I bet you will be hearing from the owner soon. Just FYI, they are the #2 dealer in the USA and #1 in Colorado. Have a great weekend.
    Tony
    Greetings from The Emerald Isle!!

    Just a thank you for the great service in sending my headlight protector so promptly. I greatly appreciate this even more as the new R1150RT arrived yesterday too!!

    Kind regards

    Robbie
    Dublin, Ireland


    To Steve and the Cee Bailey's Team:

    I received my Cee Bailey's BMW RT screen today and wanted to take a moment to send a big "Thanks!" to everyone involved. I had an opportunity to speak with Steve on the phone before ordering, and he's a first class guy. It's nice to see someone share their talents and abilities with others unselfishly. I realize it was probably a headache to develop, test, and produce a product that your company isn't in the business of producing. I've taken on similar ventures, and they always seem to be more trouble than they are worth. I'm glad you guys took on this project, and I'm sure several hundred other RT riders will agree with me.

    Thanks again for a job well done. Keep up the good work!

    Chad H.
    Nashville, TN.


    Went back to the garage and did what you said . Boy, do I feel dumb. Your windshield fit perfectly. It is raining here but I couldn't wait to try it , just got back from a quick 20 mile ride and the windshield is great. My BMW tall,wide never gave me the protection and quite ride this one did. I had it down about half way and could ride with my visor fully open with little buffeting. Thanks again.

    Charley W.


    I love this windshield, thanks! I took my RT in for 600 mile service today and the staff including the owner of Foothills BMW here in Colorado were all over your windshield. They loved it too! I don't know how much business you want but I bet you will be hearing from the owner soon. Just FYI, they are the #2 dealer in the USA and #1 in Colorado. Have a great weekend. -Tony


    Greetings from The Emerald Isle!! Just a thank you for the great service in sending my headlight protector so promptly. I greatly appreciate this even more as the new R1150RT arrived yesterday too!!

    Kind regards

    Robbie Syme
    Dublin, Ireland


    To whom it may concern, Rarely these days am I prompted to write letters like this one, however I feel this time you should be made aware of the effort by one of your associates in pleasing me. Ken has gone above and beyond the call of duty in making me happy on my recent BMW windshield purchase. As a BMW rider, I am used to good service, and I am also able to recognize great service! Please recognize him if front of his peers for his attitude (it was and is contagious), his dedication to customer satisfaction and his good natured banter. Good luck Ken... with your attitude I don¹t see how you can fail!

    I will be showing off my new screen at ALL our gatherings here in Ohio!

    Sincerely,

    Steve A.
    Reynoldsburg, OH.


    Just wanted to let you know I got my windshield for my 98 R1100RT and am very pleased with the quality and overall fit and finish......only complaint is the length of time it took to get it ........ but....IT WAS WORTH the WAIT.....thanks...

    Kent W.
    Arizona


    4/30/02 - 12:00 noon- receive + 4 1/2" sm. gray # 2 Cee Bailey w/s- 30 minutes later leave on my 900 miles on odometer, just broke in R1150 RT - 2500 mile trip thru mid-west rain, wind, heat, and cold. W/S worked as expected- great- less noise, more protection. Thanks, Steve- great product. Mike M.
    Ft. Collins, CO.

    I received my new windshield and headlight protector yesterday from CeeBailey.

    Great craftsmanship on both, bolted right on, great finish.

    If you are looking for e new windshield for you RT, I recommend that you check out http://www.ceebaileys.com/bmw.html

    Mats


    Got my Cee Bailey windshield last week and have it installed. 1 word describes it: Great! I'm tall with alot of torso height, ride with the seat in the highest position for the leg room and with the stock shield it was like hanging your helmeted head out the car window. I installed the #2 6inch. The ride is now quite, I can actually hear the engine, and no head buffeting. I previously rode a Honda Valkryie and thought I had made a big mistake with the rt. Now I understand why people speak so highly of the BMW. I also have only praise for the quality of the Cee shield, thicker than the stock and very nicely finished. If the stock fits you - keep it. If you tower above it, take a look at the Cee Bailey.
    Frank A.
    Marstons Mills, MA

    I originally went with the Parabellum +4" shield and I liked the effects as compared to the stock windshield. But I still was not happy with the buffeting and the noise I got no matter what position the shield was in. I recently bought and insatlled the CeeBailey Style #2 +4" and can't say enough about the improvements. A lot less noise and no buffet at all. It is a great improvement and I would gladly recommend this windshield to anyone. Thumbs up to CeeBailey!!
    Chuck G.
    Fresno, CA.

    Just installed my CB #2 clear today. The test run was great, I can hear that boxer purring cus there isn't any wind noise. The one thing I have to get used to is looking thru the shield instead of over it, I think I can handle that for the added comfort. Good fit and finish I'm one happy camper. Rick B.
    Fremont, California

    ... #3, clear and 4" taller. Works and looks fine, although I found that the best position for wind buffeting and noise was 1/3 up from the lowest position, with my face shield open one notch (Schuberth Concept Helmet). And, you don't need ear plugs either ... Go figure!? Any position higher offered no advantage, and at any position lower there was progressively more noise. I anticipate that rain protection will be good, but I'm not in a hurry to test that theory. The windshields are well made, and take about 5 minutes to install ... an all around pleasant experience.

    Great product, and great service. Thanks Steve, you're a credit to this board and the brother(and sister)hood.

    D.J.
    Royal Oak, Michigan


    Well...lunch is over, and I'm still wiping the smile off my face from my 60 mile jaunt. The Cee Bailey's screen is wonderful. It's about 65 degrees outside, so it's on the cool side. In the full down position, the screen positions the wind stream about mid helmet (I'm 6'5", seat in the highest position). Raising it just a tick, knocks nearly all the wind off my head at the expense of some backpressure, but it's not annoying. If I put the screen up like a barn door, I get a LOT of back pressure, but tucking behind it alleviates that, and the air is so still you can actually hear the engine running (even through ear plugs). Tucking behind the CB screen isn't bad like the Secdem was. The CB screen is actually CLEAR! You can see right through it with no distortion. It's like being in a CAR! Who wants that...so down it went. I tried it at all speeds from 0 to 110 (indicated). It was unflappable. The screen just sat there. At hypersonic speeds, a touch of the button knocks that hard rushing air right up over you. I could have ridden all day at 90+mph and never gotten tired. So far so good. The quality is excellent. And I LOVE the "FAA approved" line on the Cee Bailey's sticker.

    Great product. Thanks Steve!

    Chad H.
    Nashville, TN


    My #3 light grey tint +4 inch shield arrived and is perfect for me. At 5'11" in the comfort seat I can see over the shield and get a windblast in the low position and can raise it so I am completely covered. Windblast is much less than original and fit and finish are excellent.
    Thanks, Steve. Matt K.
    Thousand Oaks, Ca

    I installed my #2w/4.5" tonight and went out for a quick ride at 60 MPH. Wow! Awesome! I didn't need the windshield all the way up to get rid of the wind noise. No more ear plugs and next comes a Kenwood radio
    Tony


    I installed my #2 +4 1/2" Ce
    e Bailey and did about 600 miles this weekend. What a surprise! To start, I'm not sure but it seems like it's taller than just 2" taller than my BMW tall. Did I mention that this shield is tall? Well this is one tall windshield! I raised my seat from the lowest to the middle position. Flatfooting is a bit more of a challenge but not unacceptable. So now I'm just barely looking over the windshield in its lowest position.

    This is one truly remarkable piece of workmanship! It is much clearer than either of my BMW shields were. Looking through it isn't a problem at all when raised. This shield is genuine quality to the extreme! I cannot speak loudly enough.

    I love the flip too. The shield reduces wind noise levels quite a bit. My pillion was able to hear me at interstate speeds where she couldn't before. I need to reposition her speakers I think but the shield improved things immensely. Nuttin' but smooth air! In light of this, there is some back pressure. Enough so that my neck became a bit sore after 300 miles but not seriously and I think it something I will grow used to.

    Of all the shields I've seen, I think this one best fits the exquisite lines of the RT also. I definitely want to preserve the beauty of this fine machine.

    While I probably cudda used a shield that was 1-2 inches shorter, I'm going to get used to this one. A few more weeks and I'll not know the difference. However, if you're considering a new shield for your RT, you absolutely cannot do better than the Cee Bailey! It is better than first class! It is one incredible product that is extremely well made and does exactly what it is supposed to do better than I could have hoped for. I definitely recommend this product and am grateful to Airtire for the opportunity to participate in this first round of offerings.

    I hope this turns into a genuinely profitable enterprise for you and your company, Steve. You certainly deserve it.

    Yes indeed. Yet another, way better mousetrap!

    Mike
    Nashville, TN


    Well - I have the #1 shield. I received it a week or so ago and have about 1500 miles on it now. It is tall. It is 2" wider and 3" taller in DARK GRAY contrary to Steve's advise. I'm 6'2" and ride with a Bill Mayers saddle so I sit a little tall to begin with. What I have noticed is - a little wind on the outer extremities of my elbows - nothing else. I have zero buffeting on me - but the bike, as can be expected, blows around a quite of bit in the wind. I tried the shield in many different positions and it is remarkably good. My old standard BMW shield used to act like a parasail in the wind so I always rode with it totally in the down position. I think (IMHO) that the width change made the greatest difference. I can ride with it up or down, into the wind, wind at my back or in a cross wind and I never get the effect of parasailing like before. It is as if it is a different bike all together. Steve tried to talk me into the lighter gray but I thought the darker would look cool on my black RT. I was right - good looking piece of hardware. I am tall enough that I look over it in any position so the color wasn't important compared to COOL! I don't put it up very far - maybe a couple of inches. When it is all of the way up I can see over it but the dark gray is distracting. I thought the dark gray would keep the reflections off my instrument panel but I was wrong. In fact, the dark gray acts like a mirror. I can read my tac and speedo in the reflection of the windshield. Happy riding guys - I would definitely recommend a #1. See you all in Gunnison!
    Jim C.2000
    Gladstone, Missouri

    In my driveway today changing my gear and final drive oils to BMW synthetic. I get a visitor, the Fed Ex guy. My long awaited Cee #2 + 4 1/2 " light grey tint shield arrives . As soon as I finished the oil changes I removed my factory shield and installed the Cee. Needed two larger washers for the middle hole attachment and was on my way for a test ride.
    It seemed like a different bike, quieter by far and smoother somehow (The synth oil)?
    With the stock shield I was always operating at full extension and even then it was not enough coverage. With this shield I operate from the lowest level up to midway or so.
    At the lowest level I still see over the top and have very little wind noise.
    I am about 6" tall with 32 inseam , seat position in the middle setting.
    Fit and finish were excellent .
    Anyone still thinking about upgrading to the Cee do it , It makes for a much more pleasurable experience on a great bike.
    Marker
    Received my #4 dark gray Cee Bailey Sport Shield today---terrific looks and great for summer rides--this is a great way to make our bike look different than we are use to--and great quality--thanks for the great job. Ted P.
    Chagrin Falls Oh

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