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apexgrinder

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apexgrinder says:

Best bike cover?

Hi chaps, my temporary cheap bike cover got a huge tear in it as i covered my bike last night. I'm on the look out for something a bit more substancial but not sure what to go for, i've seen a review on the oxford rainex which looks pretty decent:

Winter bike storage - Oxford have it covered

Or is it worth spending an extra £20 for the stormex version?

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peter rabbit

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peter rabbit says:

Garages

are pretty robust.

:wink:

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James600zx

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James600zx says:

Cover.

I've been using a 'Maypole' motorcycle cover from Halfords for about 5 years and I'm still very happy with it. Currently about £30. Recommended.

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

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40 quid mail order (mine was 30 special offer) but then ther'es 6 quid postage, so best to get a few items at once. They are a light weight and 'snug' fit on sports bikes.

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