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It's A Cover Up

Discussion in 'Mechanical' started by Mikey, May 30, 2017.

  1. Mikey

    Mikey Off Roader +

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    so what bike covers do people use ? What's been tried and tested ? Don't have the privilege of a roof ....
     
  2. BlackHornet

    BlackHornet Look before you turn Staff Member Moderator +

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    none unless I know it will be weeks until I ride again then cheap ones
     
  3. Tomasbe

    Tomasbe Street Fighter +

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    Used Rainex (or something like that) from Oxford but it disintegrated after 2yrs. Now am using some 'no name' I bought at Excel Bike Show and it's pretty good after 1.5yr usage.
     
  4. megawatt

    megawatt World Superbike +

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  5. Beelady

    Beelady Custom cruiser +

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    Cheap ones. In high winds they don't upend the bike like the really heavy duty ones do. They may tear but they keep the worst of the weather off and let plenty of air circulate so things don't go mouldy and horrible if you don't use the bike for a while. Watch the fastening strap underneath and make sure it's adjusted so it's not rubbing against anything on windy days.
     

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