Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Kentucky, USA
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Yes, it is a Zero Gravity Sport Touring. I'm 5'5" and it moved the slipstream from my neck to the center of my visor. This was a big improvement because it stopped my helmet from lifting and stopped the direct blast of cold air into my neck and up under the helmet into my face when riding in low temperatures.
It is very thin and somewhat fragile, however. A friend was helping me clean my bike and accidentally cracked it while rubbing on it a little too hard with a microfiber cloth and bug remover. I replaced it with another one, however because it just suits my needs perfectly. I have always been careful when cleaning it and haven't had any issues with breaking it myself.
Installation of any windshield that uses the stock mounting points is a chore on the CBR250R. That's not the fault of this windshield, just how our bikes are designed. You have to disassemble quite a bit of the plastics and front end, including the dashboard, to complete the installation.