My original 1500-mile, get-to-know-you ride on the Triumph (Doin' Time, Mar.) left one distinct impression: The Triumph's lack of wind protection will strain your neck, and chill you to the bone if it's cold out. Setting out for the Sierra foothills on February 1st, I knew we'd encounter freezing temperatures, and so that I could use my trusty Gerbing's heated jacket liner on the bike I installed one of the company's temp controllers (www.gerbing.com; $99.95). In an effort to improve wind protection and aesthetics—I'm not a fan of the Speed's slanted headlights, it looks like a sportbike with the bodywork crashed off—I also installed Triumph's accessory fly screen (see your dealer; $279.99). The kit doesn't come with instructions, but once I figured out that the instrument cover pulls free, it was a 10-minute install. The screen certainly makes the bike's front end look more finished, and while there wasn't much of an effect on wind protection, cockpit aerodynamics were greatly improved. The cowl slices through the atmosphere better than the headlights alone, so there's less turbulence and helmet buffeting.