... That chrome trim around the Ursa fender - very nice, custom? .....
Ursa (the she-bear) is a 2000 Royal Star Boulevard. It was a factory upgrade from the base model that had a windshield, passing lights, saddle bags, and the rhine stones in the seat and a strap down the center of the gas tank.
The original owner added a chrome trim aftermarket set. You can see the Venetian blind looking cover glued over the beautiful chrome domed clutch cover on the right side of the bike, and the crankshaft cover, plates over the carbs, covers over the brake calipers, the webbed cover over the tail light, there are eye lids on the turn signals, running lights and headlight....
Im in the process of taking all that "crap" off the bike. I had to google some photos, the chrome trim on the leading and trailing edges of the fenders appears to be aftermarket - I like those and plan to keep them.
I finally pulled the glued on plate over the clutch housing. There were some gaps in the glue, some water and maybe salt had gotten in there, and there are a couple spots the size of a dime where the chrome was damaged and flaked off. Going to clean those off with a dremil tool and put some paint on the exposed metal, maybe I will put a sticker or bandaid over the spots, or a Yamaha badge or something.
Im keeping a few of the trim bits: the covers over the brake and clutch reservoirs look nice, the covers over the tops of the front fork nuts... In general anything that is not functional just bugs me, I would never go out and buy stuff and stick it on the bike if it has no functional purpose. And most of these chrome add-ons are covering things like the engine mount bolts, that I would like to be able to see, in case they are backing off, or rusting.
For a windshield a good place to start looking is Bikebandit.com or revzilla. There are a couple websites that have tutorials or buyers guides, will give you an ideal of whats out there. I held off 4 years before I decided to get the one on my 650, thinking I could get on the thruway and ride 100 miles between cities quickly. I also had to add fork deflectors to stop the helmet "buffeting" at 70mph. I spent about $500 total, and installed them myself.
If you get a windshield look into it a bit before you jump. I recommend a quick release mount so you can put it on or take it off in seconds. I got a Memphis Shades "fats" (wide) windshield with their "trigger" locks, and I got their fork deflectors too. Good quality stuff.