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cokedealer

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cokedealer says:

good weather-proof covers

hi, just wondering if anyone can recommend a good cover to withstand british weather. so far ive been using the oxford stormex but every time it rains, water collects in the creases and soaks the inside, i had to drain the sides off this morning because they soaked up so much water. thanks

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3pipes

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3pipes says:

W/proof cover

Wont get better than R&G, just shy of £40 and 'up there'

in the ride reports.

http://www.mandp.co.uk/productinfo/902607/Bike-Care/Bike-covers/R+G

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

I had an oxford cover

It didn't even last a winter. Both my bikes spent last winter under Argos cheap and cheerful covers and are still good enough to use again this year.

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