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Can anyone recommend a good bike cover ?

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Can anyone recommend a good bike cover ?

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Got my bike out the shed yesterday, got it road ready, however the layout of my shed and garden is not conducive for putting it away all the time. Its currently on the patio but is only covered by an old Volvo car cover.
Brunette Biker @ 05/03/2017 11:31  

I have had the Oxford heavy duty cover for years found it the best one
smiler2964 @ 05/03/2017 11:49  

All Im going to say is you get what you pay for if you go cheep you get cheep. If your happy to pay out a few £s it will be rewarded long term
JP @ 05/03/2017 12:13  

Thanks Smiler and JP, I'm on the internet now looking...Id rather pay more and get a good one :)
Brunette Biker @ 05/03/2017 12:26  

Smiler, is it the Oxford stormex one ?
Brunette Biker @ 05/03/2017 12:28  

I use this one, £90 but excellent quality and really tough. Has plenty of tie down positions tooOxford 2016 Stormex Ultimate Weather Motorbike Motorcycle Rain Cover, RiDE Recommended
centurion @ 05/03/2017 12:54  

Yep it does cost a bit but we'll worth it x
smiler2964 @ 05/03/2017 20:56  

Cheapest off ebay- u eventually melt the bloody thing and it don't hurt so much if it cost peanuts!
Krisbiker @ 05/03/2017 23:06  

Slightly pessimistic Kris but know where you're coming from lol. I'd throw my hat in the ring with Oxford too, so if you can get one on the cheap on e-bay, best of both worlds. Good luck.
Murdoch3352 @ 06/03/2017 19:01  

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Brunette Biker @ 06/03/2017 22:24  

Thanks peeps
Brunette Biker @ 06/03/2017 22:27  

Depends on what you want to spend

I got a security shed in the end (more to do with insurance premiums ) I did look at the cover in the link and thought it was a neat solution. Different types out there at different prices

amazon.co.uk/d/eed/StormProtector-Quench...EIHSOTA
rowanblossom @ 06/03/2017 22:54  

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