Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 gets new Wunderlich screen

Wunderlich has created a new screen for the Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250, with the new Flowjet design becoming available from mid-December.

Wunderlich screen on Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250. - Wunderlich

Wunderlich has released a new screen for the Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250, adding to its range of parts for the American adventure tourer.

The Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 is undoubtedly one of the standout models from the Milwaukee marque’s range, and distinguished itself even in the adventure category earlier this year when Joan Pedrero won the Maxi Trail category of the Baja Aragon rally. Now, the Pan America 1250 has received new treatment from the German company, Wunderlich. 

Wunderlich is something of an accessories specialist, and makes a variety of parts for the Pan America range, including the Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 Special. Now, it has updated its portfolio with a new screen. 

The new screen, called Flowjet, is designed to combine practicality and ergonomics with pleasing aesthetics that match the bike’s original design. 

Finished in matte black, the screen from Wunderlich definitely gives the Harley-Davidson adventure tourer a more aggressive and purposeful look. Despite its total opacity and relatively tall stature, though, Wunderlich maintains “the front wheel is always visible,” with the screen attached to the motorcycle

The screen is made of ABS plastic, is 346mm wide and 345mm tall; and, as usual with Wunderlich’s products, each unit is made individually by hand.

Wunderlich’s Flowjet screen for the Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250 will be available from mid-December, when it will ship within 3-5 working days of placing your order. In terms of price, Wunderlich asks for €79.90, which equates to around £70.

Find out more on the Wunderlich website.

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