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To cover or not to cover

I am just curious--how many of you cover your bike at the hotel for the night? If you do--other than the obvious reason of protecting your ride from the elements do it for security purposes, i.e. keeping gawkers from performing visual examinations and illegal touching of your ride?
Also, any recommendations for covers would be greatly appreciated...

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I'm sure others will have more to say, but considering I'm leaving on a 4 week trip to Alaska in 2 weeks, I opted to go the cover route. I have always said out of sight, out of mind. Keeps the curious away, but not the real criminals.

I bought the Traveller cover ( EDIT: E-Z Touring is the vendor) can't remember the vendor, but will edit this post after I look it up. I liked it because it was pretty strong but pretty compact - and it's a half cover so I did not have to worry about how to handle the FM/CB antennas.

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I use an Ultragard 1/2 cover primarily to keep the dew off the seat. It is also light and easy to pack. Additionally, I don't have to remove the antenna. Here is a link to see what it looks like. Click

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I run a full cover (Ultra-guard). I placed a grommet in it for the antenna to slip through. It only takes a minute to throw it on and you always have a shelter to throw up if you get caught out in the weather................
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Re: To cover or not to cover

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Walmart sells a Large Motorcycle Cover for abot $10 - $15 that fits the LT, GS Adventure as well as the GL1800.
And, at the other end of the spectrum, there's Geza Gear:

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EZ Touring Traveler 1/2 cover. Keeps most of the dew off. I usually park in the unload area/ front door area (when it's ok- every time, so far) so I'm not worried about theft.
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http://www.eztouring.com/traveller.htm

Have used the EX-Traveller half-cover (Size X) for the past several years.
Bike is always covered, so the cover lasts about a year to year and a half.
UV eats the material up.
Protects the bike and gear from the elements (rain, UV)
and keeps the curious and prying eyes away.
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Re: To cover or not to cover

Thanks for all the input...in the past I haven't covered her but recently I have noticed more and more riders covering their rides and I thought perhaps there is some wisdom in doing so.

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That is one item I choose not to take. Strickly a space saving concern for me. The bike has a good alarm, locks and I usually park where I can see it or right at the front door so the staff can see it. Never had a bit of trouble. Had to dry it off in the morings a couple times, but....

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I always cover mine when we travel. Keeps the prying eye off.

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I use an Ultragard 1/2 cover primarily to keep the dew off the seat. It is also light and easy to pack. Here is a link to see what it looks like. Click
Jim,
How big is the bag when the cover is packed inside?

I have a Dowco Guardian full cover that nearly takes up the whole right-side pannier with the CD changer in place. Too big to try to take to CCR. Half cover will be plenty for overnight use.

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I keep my Helen Twowheels Wet Bag in the side case.
http://www.racerpartswholesale.com/p...h_and_Wet_Bags

When I pack up a wet bike cover,
I stuff the cover into the wet bag and strap the wet bag to my topcase rack.
The wet stuff stays out of my dry areas.
Like, this evening when I leave work after the severe thunderstorm passes.
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I have a half cover for mine for UV protection only. So I only use it during the day and I only put it on if the bike is clean. I don't want to get the dirty grit on the inside of the cover. I also have the BMW full size cover just in case I ever have to park it under my deck for awhile.

I like the dew in the morning on the bike because if it isn't to dirty I'll just wipe it dry. I also carry a short handle soft brush & sometimes fill up the garbage can from the room with water & wash with no soap. I soak the windshield with a wet rag first & then before I get the water dirty I always wash the windshield first with the soft brush.

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This is the one I use, Tour King Covers . When I travel I always cover the bike. Keeps the dew and wandering eyes off the bike. It fits in a small stuff sack that's just a bit bigger then a 12 oz soda can.

On a side note I have an extra one if you're interested. PM me for details.

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Jim,
How big is the bag when the cover is packed inside?

I have a Dowco Guardian full cover that nearly takes up the whole right-side pannier with the CD changer in place. Too big to try to take to CCR. Half cover will be plenty for overnight use.
its about the size of a quart zip-loc bag stuffed to the gills. Pretty compact if you ask me.

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I use a half cover also. It keeps the bike dry & hands off. It also packs up small. The bag is about 12 inches long by 5 inched diameter

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If you've moved your rear seat back, you can stuff the 1/2 covers between the rear seat backrest and topcase. That way, if it's wet, you don't have to worry about stuffing it in the cases, and you have more room for other stuff. I have a tire repair kit and 1/2 cover stored that way.
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Jim,
How big is the bag when the cover is packed inside?

I have a Dowco Guardian full cover that nearly takes up the whole right-side pannier with the CD changer in place. Too big to try to take to CCR. Half cover will be plenty for overnight use.
It doesn't take up much room. The stuff sack that mine came with measures 10in x 11in when laid flat without the cover in it. Probably about 7in diameter cylinder when packed. See attached photos.

If space is an issue for you, some guys stuff a cover in the space between the rear seat and the top case. I tried it and it is a pretty tight fit. Also, I use that space to store the Helen2Wheel K1200LT tie down straps when I don't have stuff strapped to my rear seat.
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This is the one I use, Tour King Covers . When I travel I always cover the bike. Keeps the dew and wandering eyes off the bike. It fits in a small stuff sack that's just a bit bigger then a 12 oz soda can.

On a side note I have an extra one if you're interested. PM me for details.


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I bought my Hiwaystar Motorcycle Cover XXL on eBay... from champion covers for 40 bucks.. waterproof, sealed hems, and chammie like fabric where it touches the the windscreen...also came with a cable lock... and bungie cords....

Two purposes. Primarily keeping it out of elements if parked overnight outdoors. And most definitely to keep it from being an obvious target...the xxl cover shrouds everything except the bottom of the Final Drive.

Fits nicely in a side case...it is heavy duty.. and doesn't store small.. .however, I find it a worth while investment.

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Another vote for the Traveler half cover,
I feel more secure with "things" out of sight, also leather seats stay wet a long time.

I carry it all the time and have even used it to go into restaurants and stores to cover helmets and jackets etc.

It's not going to keep anybody from stealing, just from seeing.


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EZ Touring Traveller:
Another +1 on the Traveller. I used the Traveller on my Magna to protect it from the Southern California sun in an open parking lot all day, including those brutal 110 degree days. The seat, gauges, etc. all looked new when I sold it after 21 years of ownership. Hint: Use that UV protectant spray that they recommend. Your cover will last about a decade of daily sun exposure.

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Disclaimer: I got to know the original owners of the business and helped them set up their web domain registrations. A few years ago, they sold the business to one of the people (your typical grandma type) who made the covers for years and years. They are still hand made by little old ladies in Bend, OR.

Cover Storage:
Meese has a cover similar to the Traveller. He stores it in a small metal mailbox, attached to the plastic rear fender on his GT where the license plate goes. The license plate is attached to the mailbox. Meese points out that on rainy days, he doesn't have to store a wet cover with the rest of his gear. Very convenient.

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When I bought my K1200GT a couple years ago, I wanted a new cover. The Geza Gear cover was on a closeout sale, so I bought it because I wanted the "best" for my new motorcycle. I wish I had bought another Traveller. The Geza cover is a nice looking cover on dry days, but rain will pass through it. My primary complaint is that it isn't nearly as small as the Traveller when put away.
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Consideration on selecting a cover.
The cover should be taut on the bike.
Several times, I've had to adjust covers on other bikes parked in our parking lot at the headquarters.
On windy days, those loose covers catch the wind and act like spinnaker sails.
When the bikes are parked in those narrow bike stalls, they'll fall like dominos when the first bike gets blown over, a.k.a. the Duatis at the MotoGP race in Indianapolis, last year.

I've relocated my bike away from the others on windy days to prevent collateral damage.
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I carry it all the time and have even used it to go into restaurants and stores to cover helmets and jackets etc.

It's not going to keep anybody from stealing, just from seeing.
Thanks Hans--that's a good idea. I hate dragging stuff with me.


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I am just curious--how many of you cover your bike at the hotel for the night? If you do--other than the obvious reason of protecting your ride from the elements do it for security purposes, i.e. keeping gawkers from performing visual examinations and illegal touching of your ride?
Also, any recommendations for covers would be greatly appreciated...

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I generally cover mine. As you say, it keeps away prying eyes to some degree and also keeps rain and dew off the seat. It takes only a couple of minutes to install and remove/repack.

I use a half cover and just bought the E-Z Touring cover for my LT. My only disappointment is that it lacks the windshield protector that my previous cover had (I don't remember the brand of my Kaw Voyager cover unfortunately). Given that E-Z Touring is one of the pricier covers, next to the BMW cover, I expected to have the flannel windshield protector. Hopefully, this doesn't cause damage to the windshield over time.

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Have both the Cee Bailey and Z-Technic windshields.
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I pack a BMW full cover when I'm over nighting but daily.In the company lot, Im on my second year with an E-bay .99 cent Chinese Parachute cover. And the HF grommets and Bungee holdin it on.

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