Depending on the bike you own, you will have a choice of up to 3 different screen types and 3 different tints. With this much choice, it can sometimes be hard to decide which screen to buy based on your riding style and needs.

The first thing you have to ask yourself is why you were looking for a flyscreen in the first place? and then followed by what type of riding you do?

Screen Dimensions (WxH) : 24.8 x 21.3 cm
Tints: Limited Edition "Gun-Metal" & Midnight Tint

The Piranha flyscreen blends function with a cutting-edge look in a smaller, more discreet package. The Piranha does a great job of tidying the front end up and is designed for those riders who are still looking for a bit of protection, but favor form over function. The Piranha is mainly suited to the city rider, where wind buffeting isn't the main problem.  

What's more, it uses the same brackets as the Classic so you can have both and swap between them in minutes!

Screen dimensions (WxH) : 26 x 26.5cm
Tints: Light, Dark & Midnight Tints

The Dart Classic flyscreen was born in 1995. Evoking the spirit of 1950s British road racers, its minimalist style, and remarkable performance made it an instant hit.

By creating a cone of still air behind it, the  Classic flyscreen makes real-world riding more comfortable. Check out the online reviews and you'll see why thousands of riders have chosen the Dart Classic for their bike!

If you find yourself balancing between highway riding and city cruising, then the Classic is the screen for you. 

Screen Dimensions (WxH) : 32 x 35 cm
Tints: Light & Dark Tints

So you love the style and quality of the Dart Classic flyscreen, but need a bit more protection? The Marlin is just for you. With 56% more surface area than the Classic, it's designed to fill the gap between the minimalist flyscreen and a full touring screen.

The Marlin takes its styling cues directly from the 1970s, with its generous, rounded form. As such it's an ideal companion for bikes like the Moto Guzzi V7, Honda CB1100 and many more!

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