Here's what I came up with: I had been using a universal handlebar mounted windscreen made by Spitfire, and I drilled holes in that one in my lame attempt to fit it onto the TurboCity windscreen brackets I purchased last summer. I didn't like the laid back, slanted angle of that setup, so I eventually removed it. But the handlebar-mount brackets supplied with the Spitfire looked suitable for a customized adapation of the CBF's windscreen. Here we go:
Honda CBF1000 - the donor windscreen
CBF1000 OEM screen
& Spitfire mounting hardware
A little cutting with a jigsaw
The angle is more upright that the TurboCity system, and I'm able to adjust the placement the windscreen far enough forward that it shouldn't pose any great danger for off-roading. When I go for some serious trail riding, it can be removed in just a few minutes.
The wind is kept off my chest at highway cruising speeds and my helmet gets almost no buffetting if I slouch... and I am a sloucher. This should make those 600-700 Km days less tiring. I may try to fashion a silly home-made $5 knock-off of a Laminar Lip to eliminate the small amount of buffetting I feel at 120 Km/h when I sit up straight.
Sean and I are planning a summer roadtrip in a few weeks and I want to have at least a little wind protection. I expect we'll rack up ~4,000 Kms in the 8 or 9 days we plan to be away so this should help.
Now I just need to order a Scala Rider G4 headset so Sean and I can talk during our ride (he's already got one), and I need to sort out my luggage situation -- my 39 Litre Givi box probably won't be enough since we'll be hauling some camping gear.
Odometer: 16,9000 Kms