Hey all, looking for some suggestions and input to some hassles I'm having which really came to light last weekend when I took the bike up the Calder to Bendigo and back (to Melbourne that is). Up to 80kmh my bike is a dream, could ride it all day. Between 80kmh and 100kmh it's not quite as comfortable but still fine especially for shorter trips. At 110kmh on the Calder with a 30kmh head wind I feel distinctly like that bug on the windscreen of your car: I'm just hanging on for dear life feeling like I'm going to get ripped off the bike at any second! OK, that's a bit of an exageration but the wind pressure on my body is a continual force I'm struggling against and I'm really having to hang onto the hand grips to keep myself in place. After an hour or so of this I'm feeling very fatigued which is the complete opposite of what Cruisers are supposed to be all about. It's not a strength issue as I have absolutely no issues with my fitness, it's purely aerodynamics. Maybe I need to get myself a massive beer-gut to give myself a lower centre of gravity as well as having something curved in front of me for the wind to bend around? Seriously though, is this something that is more noticeable with some Cruisers but not others? Does that tiny bikini fairing on the M109 make any difference at all? I've been toying with the idea of a quick-release screen but I just don't like the appearance of them on a Cruiser. I guess I was more spoiled than I thought with years of sports bikes with fairings on them! Any suggestions or handy hints are greatfully accepted.