Summer Shield

Last Saturday, I went to a BMW accessory story in Sinzig to get this shortened, opaque windshield for the cow. It produces a less turbulent, silenter wind stream around the helmet. Plus, I think it looks fierce, too.

Last Saturday, I went to a BMW accessory story in Sinzig to get this shortened, opaque windshield for the cow. It produces a less turbulent, silenter wind stream around the helmet. Plus, I think it looks fierce, too.

The name of this company is “Wunderlich”, which can be loosely translated as “weird”. And they offer some parts much weirder than this opaque windshield, guard rails for the hand guards, for example.

One had to cross the Rhine river on a ferry to get to Sinzig.

One had to cross the Rhine river on a ferry to get to Sinzig.

They had a GS Day there on Saturday, which I didn't know in advance. Beer and Bratwurst and lots of Gummicows circulating around.

They had a GS Day there on Saturday, which I didn’t know in advance. Beer and Bratwurst and lots of Gummicows circulating around.

Black is the new transparent.

Black is the new transparent.

So, we won't be seeing this again until next winter.  By the way, sharpness is a bourgeois concept.

So, we won’t be seeing this again until next winter. By the way, sharpness is a bourgeois concept.

The three weird looking photos were done with a Petzval lens.

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