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Old 07-11-2010, 02:44 PM   #1
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what is the best motorcycle cover anyone can recommend for a bike that will stay under a carport but not in a garage?
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Old 07-11-2010, 03:35 PM   #2
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If its an apt. complex..... then your living room is the only answer.

bikes are stolen WAY TO OFTEN from apt. complexes. Check the stolen bike section.
+1 a guy had his bike chained to a post under the car ports and someone smashed the lock to steal the bike.
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the best cover is to not I repeat NOT park it under a carport
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if security isnt an issue, and you're just looking for a cover, these things look cool...
Cycle Shell or Bike Barn

if you don't have assigned parking, you could flip the cover even without the bike in it to reserve your spot...

butttt....i'd look into security first
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+1 if you are in appartments then the only option is your living room... my brothers bike was stolen last weekend, and he lives in a very nice part of town they have no set area where they will go, and any bike outside is fair game for them.

rent a storage or get a garage.

No bike cover can COVER the cost of buying a new bike...
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true. my bike has full coverage but i'd rather not go through the whole process of dealing with insurance people. thanks for the advice guys
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