As you can see, I have a new addition to my Vespa winter driving... tall windscreen :) Today was a first time I rode with it on... good experience, stops cold wind very well, but on a bad side looks like I lost 15 km/h of the top speed of my Vespa, but I guess I don't really need to drive fast in the winter anyway :) I didn't take many photographs on my ride today because as you can see we have a bunch of snow on the side of our roads and finding a spot to stop for a photo could be difficult.

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CANON 1D X, 24-70 MM, ISO 100, F 2.8, 1/3200
vespa adventures photo
CANON 1D X, 24-70 MM, ISO 100, F 2.8, 1/1600
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CANON 1D X, 24-70 MM, ISO 200, F 2.8, 1/2000
vespa adventures photo
CANON 1D X, 24-70 MM, ISO 200, F 2.8, 1/6400
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2012-11-27 10:38 Charley Chapman: Rode this morning in West Texas and was cold. I am for the big windshield and can go fly in the warmer months.
2012-11-27 10:33 Charley Chapman: I agree, the large windshild works best for cold weather and once spring comes switch to the fly. I rode this moring in West Texas and have a Givi large screen and it is nice when the wind blows. Rubber side up and keep warm. Enjoy the pictures.
2012-11-21 19:28 Sergei Belski: I like the flyscreen better as well.. I wouldn't leave home with out it, it's great! :) This one is not the best looking at first but its actually looks pretty nice after you get used to it. So far worked good for the winter cold winds :)
2012-11-20 21:14 SonjaM: It ain't pretty but for sure does make a lot sense when riding in cold temps. I got to appreciate the higher windshield, too although I really like the flyscreen better.


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