The Kawasaki Z900RS arrived at the end of 2017 with a mix of retro 1970s charm and modern performance. That means 109bhp from the 948cc engine, adjustable suspension and a comfortable riding position. But long journeys on a naked motorcycle can get tiring. Which is why the new Skidmarx Delta fly screen for the Kawasaki Z900RS makes sense.
The Skidmarx Delta fly screen is a cost-effective way to kit out your Kawasaki Z900RS for longer journeys. And as it comes with stainless steel fittings for existing mounting points around the headlight, it’s easy to fit or remove. So you can keep it for high-speed trips down the motorway. And go back to a naked full frontal when you’re riding around town.
The screen is made in the UK with 3mm cast acrylic. And it gives a decent amount of protection from wind, rain and debris. It stands 265mm tall by 235mm wide. Which makes a pretty big difference.
You can pick up the Skidmarx Delta Fly Screen for the Kawasaki Z900RS in clear, light or dark tints for £75.95. But if you fancy something a bit more colourful, which is suitable for a 1970s vibe, then you can also order the screen in a choice of fluorescent green, dark green, bright blue, race violet, red, amber, bright yellow or black.
It’s particularly useful for the new Kawasaki, as the official parts and accessories list doesn’t include a screen yet. And with a list price at almost £10,000, you don’t really want to get neck and back ache every time you take a longer journey somewhere. Especially when you can be travelling at up to a claimed 140mph where the legal limit allows you. The Kawasaki is already one of the more stylish naked retro machines available. And the Skidmarx Delta screen just makes it that bit more practical. Not bad for £75.95.