Givi Airflow Windshield on California 1400

May 30th, 20152 Comments »

Moto Guzzi California 1400 Givi Airflow
Givi, the Italian manufacturer of motorcycle accessories, has a windshield accessory they call the Airflow.  You’ve seen these types of windshields on adventure style motorcycles, usually on BMW’s.  Today, I saw one on a Moto Guzzi California 1400.  If you’re considering replacing or modifying the stock California 1400 windshield, this might be a nice alternative.

I was visiting the local Moto Guzzi dealer and noticed this California 1400 Touring with a Givi Airflow windshield on it.  I took these pictures, and I hope they do it justice, because I thought it actually looked pretty good in person!

The Givi Airflow windshield is nice because it not only reduces air turbulence for the rider, it provides 7 inches of adjustable height.

I don’t know for sure which Givi Airflow part number is on this California 1400. I’ll check with the owner and will follow-up with more info.  In the meantime, see what you think of the photos, and share your comments below if you have one of these on a Moto Guzzi California or other motorcycle.
Givi Airflow Windshield on Moto Guzzi California 1400 Moto Guzzi California with Givi Airflow Windshield

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John has owned his 2007 Moto Guzzi California Vintage motorcycle new from the showroom floor. He and his family reside in North Carolina, allowing him to enjoy riding year-round. John is a mechanical engineer, a graduate of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Experienced Rider Course, and has participated in multiple charity events over the years with his motorcycle.

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  1. Bob Hadden says:

    I put a Laminar Lip on my Rifle windshield that I was using on my ’04 California Titanium. I had decent results, but still was getting turbulence from below. I installed Rifle lowers and that cured the problem.

  2. Jim says:

    Yes, would definitely like to know exactly what model #’s this setup consists of…