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    Cee Baily Windshields

    I just returned to MOA so if this has been addressed please excuse. What do you think of the Cee Baily Euro windshield and how do their seats fair???

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    Cee Bailey

    I purchased an 18 inch clear Cee Bailey windshield for my 2005 F650GS. I am very pleased with the wind and rain protection it provides and it was easily installed. The curved designed pushes the airflow up and over. I am 5'4" and can still easily see over the top of the windshield.

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    Swamp Fox GeneT's Avatar
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    Oct 2004
    South Florida
    I purchased a cee bailey windshield for my R1200C, I could not deal with the distortion it had so I returned it and bought a genuine BMW whindshield which was much better
    Gene T

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    I have used the CB +4.5 euro for the last 3k miles and find it superior to the factory plastic. There is a slight amount of distortion at the flip but is acceptable. The wind deflection is great, I thought I would be disappointed with the euro cut, but after owing it I am glad I got it. BTW mine has the slight grey tint (almost unnoticeable) which I also thought I might regret, but find that I like the look and it is NOT too dark.


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    Rally Rat
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    Jul 2005
    Dameron, MD
    I visited Mortons on Saturday and they had an R1150RS with a Parabellum windshield on it.. Let alone that the bike was to disgusting to be sitting on a showroom floor, the windshield was FUUGLY!! Totally ruined the lines and the look of the bike..

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    BMW MOA co-founder bmwdean's Avatar
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    Mar 2003
    Tucson, AZ, & Madison, WI
    I have Cee Bailey windshields and headlight guards on all my modern BMWs -- R1200RT, R1200GS, and R1150RT. They are first class. CB's are all I use now. They can be ordered in a wide variety of sizes and shapes for nearly any BMW. You choose.

    Distortion should not be a problem because you do not look through a motorcycle's windshield -- you look just over it.

    I have Cee Bailey's leather saddle on my R1200GS. Also very fine:

    Jeff Dean − BMW MOA Co-founder (1972)
    Tucson, Arizona, and Madison, Wisconsin
    Co-founder, 1972, of BMW MOA
    '17 R1200RT, '15 R1200RT, '67 R60/2, '69 R60US, '55 R67/3, '49 R24

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