October 27 2008.

Fairings and modern bikes go hand in hand, but Skidmarx, manufacturers of the UK's best selling range of replacement screens, has not forgotten that many classic bikes had screens fitted as standard equipment too.

British, Italian, German and Japanese bikes are all covered, with a replacement screen even available for what was probably the first road bike to be fitted with a full fairing, the 1955 Vincent Black Prince!

Each screen is hand made by skilled craftsmen at the Skidmarx factory in Weymouth and all are pre-drilled to match the original fittings.

Needless to say Japanese bikes feature extensively with screens available for everything from mid eighties Honda VFR 750s to Yamaha's big sports tourer, the FJ1200. Kawasaki's GPZ 500S and Suzuki's much sought after GSXR 750F also feature in the list, with screens available for all four at £39.95 each.

Even smaller capacity machines are catered for, with a screen for Kawasaki's 1984 AR125 available at just £29. Proving that rarity is no obstacle, screens for scarce models like Suzuki's 1984 Turbo XN 85 are produced, with this example selling for £35.95. (All prices include VAT).

In short, if enthusiasts are stuck for a screen for anything from a 1959 Arial Leader (pictured) to a 1988 ZX10, Skidmarx can supply it!

This specialist British manufacturer also offers the facility to produce bespoke screens - contact Skidmarx to learn more.

Call Skidmarx on 01305 780808 or visit