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post #1 of 61 Old 09-15-2011, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
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What motorcycle cover do you have?

This past weekend I decided that I was tired of keeping my car parked out on the driveway just to keep the bike inside the garage so I put the bike outside the house under my front porch and parked the car back inside the garage. Even though the bike is out of the elements where I now park it I would still like to get a motorcycle cover to put over the bike to keep it even more protected from the elements.

What model and size motorcycle cover do you guys have and how would you rate it?

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check out my gallery, mine covers the bike well and keeps it dry.


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Tarp

I just use an $8 tarp but I have room in my garage to also keep it inside.
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I got a Guardian Weatherall from Dowco

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Fits the my bike very well and covers all the way down over the wheels. I like that it has a covered flap to let out any moisture but not let any in, and the heat shield panels that allow me to put the cover on right after a ride if I had to. Though I usually give it about 20-30min to cool down before I put the cover on.

I don't have a garage to keep her in until the winter, so a cover is my only option right now. The cover I have has been working great.

How fast do you want to go?....
Well how much do you want to spend?
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I have this one,

Tour Master Elite Motorcycle Cover - RidersDiscount.com

size large and it fits REALLLL snug that I cant see how this would possibly fit a larger 600 bike which is what I wanted for when i upgrade. It works great and comes in this nice little bag, but I wish it was slightly larger. Only used it once tho.
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I have the Defender 2000. It's waterproof and very durable.


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I have the Defender 2000. It's waterproof and very durable.


Haha nice! Your profile pic is identical minus the cover. Chuckles!
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