The Veloce mirror exclusively combines two different materials. Billet aluminum body (obtained by 3D precision machining) and an aeroDynamic polymer shell. Besides making it more eye-catching, the use of two different materials makes it lighter. AeroDynamic shaping helps prevent turbulence at speed. A large reflective surface area, which complies with European homologation standards, ensures, along with the adjustment system and convex anti-dazzle glass, an optimal field of view. Its eye-catching design adapts perfectly to even the grittiest supersport models.
Product Approval # E1 000028
Design # 002108068-0001
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Warning: replacing the OEM rear mirrors with mirros without integrated turn signal, Rizoma recommends the purchase of the Light Unit front turn signal (product code FR070) and the Rizoma mounting kit FR444B.
Q: Homologation and certification A: This product is certified compliant. To know whether a product is certified compliant, just check for the presence of the letter E immediately followed by a number enclosed in a circle.
Q: Why does the glass in the rear view mirror have a convex shape? A: The special convex shape of this mirror increases the rear view angle by 80%
Q: Why does the rear view mirror have anti-dazzle glass? A: Anti-dazzle mirrors reduce the amount of light reflected from vehicles behind you, thereby improving the safety of motorcyclists.
Q: What is the difference between Veloce Sport and Veloce Naked mirrors? A: The Veloce Sport mirror has been developed for supersports bikes. It needs a specific mounting kit for fairing and, compared to the Veloce Naked, has a different view-angle (inclination between mirror body and shaft), which takes into account the view-degree given by the sports bike’s riding balance.
Q: Is it possible to mount Veloce Sport mirrors on Naked bikes (not faired)? A: No, it isn't because the tilt of the stem and mirror body of Veloce Sport, were designed to suit faired sportbikes, with a lower driving position compared to Naked bikes.