Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Comfort, TX, USA
I use the cover from Aerostitch...here is the ad:
"Small enough to take on all your road trips, the Ultralight Bike Cover packs into a self-storing pocket about the size of a pea (Almost). About half the size of the next smallest full-coverage cover because itís made from a thinner, lighter fabric. The strong opaque 1.1oz siliconized ripstop nylon is still plenty tough... itís widely used in parachutes, sailboat spinakers, kites and skysails. Keeps water and dust off your bike, too. For improving overnight security at the seediest, darkest motel parking lot (ďHey, what was that noise? Did you hear something?Ē), the self-storing pocket on the hem of the cover also doubles as a panic alarm holder to scare the pants off of whoever wants to take a peak at whatís below. Medium fits all sportbikes, standards, dual sports, and sport touring bikes with smaller windshields. The large size covers loaded GS1100ís, Gold Wings and other dreadnought sized machines. Stealth black. Has grommets."
I've used this cover on three motorcycles (two large cruisers and my LT). It's held up very well over the years, from Oregon coast howlers to West Texas dust storms. It was pricey when I bought it, and has only gone up...$117 now. But, it does pack into a very small package, and pretty much fits the LT. I just take the antenna off when I stop for the night and stick it on top of the LT's seat before I cover the bike.