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No windshield, no hood.

I love the feel of sand in my crotch in the morning!

I wear a road bike helmet with a nice shield to keep the sand out and sunglasses if needed.

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I hate them.  Rode in a couple rails that had them and didn't like the vision or swirling sand.  Of course, I don't like full bodies/hoods either so....

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I wouldn't leave home without it!

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On 6/12/2019 at 8:03 AM, CHIZZLE said:

I hate them.  Rode in a couple rails that had them and didn't like the vision or swirling sand.  Of course, I don't like full bodies/hoods either so....

Never once had an issue with swirling sand or vision in my car with full body, hood, & windshield.  I enjoy driving with both the wind shield on & off.  I like the windshield best when cruising around with a hat, sunglasses and headsets.  I also like it when playing cat and mouse with buddies cars that put out big roosts and the sand stays mostly out of the cockpit.  I like leading with the windshield off, there is a more open feel to the driving experience, but not so much better that I prefer to drive with it off.  I have to take the windshield off in Idaho when it's hot due to how thin the air is and the decrease in cooling efficiency.  Never had it off in glamis.  

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