V-Twin Marketing Joins Forces with National Cycle

MAYWOOD, IL – March 8, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – National Cycle announces three new VStream+® Windscreens for the popular Yamaha FJ-09 (aka MT-09 Tracer elsewhere around the world). National Cycle has adapted its revolutionary VStream+® Windscreen technology to the popular and extremely versatile FJ-09/MT-09 Tracer, so owners can now enjoy the same benefits that many dual-sport and touring riders have enjoyed for years. Three different sizes and tints are being offered, allowing riders to select the perfect size to improve their riding experience.


VStream+ gets its name from its unique, patented shape and the dimensional contours molded into the screen and the “+” signifies the included lightweight mounting bracket designed to seamlessly mount the screen in place of the FJ-09/MT-09 Tracer’s stock mount points. VStream Windscreens are made from tough hard-coated polycarbonate. This gives riders more scratch resistance and greater crack and impact resistance than other aftermarket windscreens on the market made from commonly used acrylic or “aircraft plastic”.

This high quality material, along with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, provides outstanding clarity and strength characteristics unmatched by any windscreen maker worldwide. All National Cycle Windscreens are protected by a 3-Year Warranty against breakage!


Available in three configurations: the Low Sport with a Dark Tint (Part #N20316-$176.95), the Medium height Sport/Tour with a Light Tint (Part # N20317-$204.95), and the Tall Touring with No Tint (#N20318 -$244.95).

From our premium quality, quick-release SwitchBlade® windshields to our universally renowned VStream® sport/touring windscreens, National Cycle has earned its reputation as the Worldwide Leader in Windshield Technology. No other company comes close to the range of innovative products made for your motorcycle and the way you ride.

For more information contact National Cycle Inc. at 877-WSCREEN or 708-343-0400 or visit them on the web at www.NationalCycle.com.