British bodywork specialists Skidmarx have developed a double bubble screen and rear hugger for the Triumph Tiger Sport.
Billed as a perfect all-rounder, the 1050cc triple will benefit from the additional shielding from wind blast provided by a double bubble screen and protection from grit and grime afforded by a rear hugger.
Manufactured in the UK from tough 3mm acrylic sheet, the double bubble is based on the race-proven Skidmarx screens, creating an air pocket to give the rider greater protection at high speed. Designed as a direct replacement for the original screen, the double bubble is simple to fit and sells for £54.95 in a choice of clear and tinted finishes. Skidmarx also produce a Tall Screen, approximately 10cm longer than the original, that re-directs air flow higher over the bike. It sells for £45.95 in a similar colour range to the double bubble.
Matching headlight protectors, also made from acrylic, cost £22.25. They are easily fitted using 3M™ Dual Lock™ fixing pads, which are included in the price. Only clear headlight covers are legal to use on the road, but other tints/colours are available for display purposes or off road use only.
The rear hugger is manufactured in the UK from GRP glass fibre, with a gel coat finish in a choice of black, red or white. Supplied complete with a bike-specific fitting kit produced for the Tiger’s single-sided swinging arm; no modification or drilling is required.
For riders who need to keep weight to an absolute minimum, a carbon fibre version is available, weighing approximately 1/3rd less than the GRP version.
The GRP option sells for £84.95 and in carbon fibre it costs £144.95.