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    Newbie KerryAll's Avatar
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    Familiar with this bike cover?

    Just wondering if anyone has experience with this cover, or covers in general.

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    Lloyd Kerry
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    ...and the "Share the Road" t-shirt www.MenInBlackTShirts.com
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    The foolproof water-repellent pouch thatís built to withstand the elements.
    Does what itís designed to do - keep your products from getting ruined by the
    weather as you transport them, and does it well.


    For more information, customer quotes and prices, sizes etc.simply visit
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    Senior Member Pico Triano's Avatar
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    Never used one before. I understand wanting to protect your bike but I'd be uncomfortable not being able to see anything out of the rearview mirror. I can still see what's behind me with three bikes on my existing rack.
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    I don't like it because of the visibility problem and it looks like putting a big sail on the back of a car. I think there would be a lot flapping around and wind resistance, even behind a vehicle. Why such a big cover? I normally place plastic bags around the handlebars and cover the brooks saddle.
    I don't do vintage, I bought them new, rode them, kept them. Now they are just old bikes
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