Where can I get one of those? LOLI would never use a mc cover if parked out in the wind, (not that I ever leave a bike outside of the shed unless riding it)
here is what happens all the time on our forums with Airport carpark for fly-in/fly-out workers-
^At least the Whoflunger stopped the Dirtbike getting a broken lever lol
Then this weeks winter storms-
what size for the dowco cover for the cbr 250r did you get? Im looking to purchase it too, but the revzilla guys recommended Medium size, instead of the Sport Bike size... which one did you get?I have the Dowco Guardian Weather All Plus Motorcycle Cover. dowcopowersports.com works fine
what size did you get for the dowco, for the cbr 250r?I got a Guardian Weatherall from Dowco
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.
what size did you get for the dowco, for the cbr 250r?
There you go...I have a Dowco Guardian WeatherAll Plus Motorcycle Cover 50124-00. It fits the CBR250R like a glove. Its waterproof and feels very high quality. I love this cover! I bought from Amazon
Guardian® WeatherAll® Plus Motorcycle Cover | Dowco Power Sports - manufacturer of luggage, covers and accessories for motorcycles, scooters, snowmobiles, ATVs, and UTVs > Brands > Guardian > Search Results
Your welcome... I just happened to see that post referencing the Dowco item number for that cover.Thanks!!
just got this Nelson-Rigg UV-2000 half cover size medium today.
It's primarily to keep the rain off the seat while it's parked in the work yard.
The nice thing about this is that it packs small and since it doesn't cover the pipe it can go on right away.
Yeah I try to avoid duplicating information throughout the forum. This forum is a gem, you just have to look through the rocksYour welcome... I just happened to see that post referencing the Dowco item number for that cover.
When digging through some of these older threads, you have to keep in mind that some of these members haven't been active on the site in a long time, so it's often pretty unlikely that you'll get a response from them.
It's great to see newer members like yourself searching the site for information in these existing threads... over the past three years there is a lot of info pertaining to the CBR250R that has accumulated on this site.