Acerbis would sell all of us both a front fender that is longer and a rear sub fender (with mounting holes for the license plate light) that cuts down on water and dirt flung up by the front & rear wheels. The stock fenders are suitable for places like California that may never again get rain.
I rode mine on Monday from Maggie Valley (Wheels thru Time) to Bryson City, NC in a torrential downpour. This was up and down the mountain on US 19. There were no unusual problems with the handling or the visibility. Traction was not the least bit scary. Lean angles were comparable to most of my other bikes. I was leading a Panigale, BMW RRRRRRR, R1, and a Kawi. I had about 200 miles on the tires.
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