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Old 02-28-05, 07:09 AM   #1
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covering your bike from the elements

after reading a previous thread it got me thinking about a similar question...
As a person who sews silnylon tents (and a bunch of other things for a hobby but not sales), I have concidered making a full bike tarp (with velcro or zippers or laying the bike down against the ground and staking the tarp on top), but am also interested in the idea of making a saddle and drivetrain cover instead.
Does is matter if the whole bike or just parts are covered from the elements or is it neccessary at all???
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scott
BTW... silnylon is not hard to sew after practicing for a few minutes. Use of pins in the seams helps until you figure out to just hold the edges together yourself (but that is a different website all together).
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Old 02-28-05, 10:37 AM   #2
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i think a tarp would be better, that way you can get your bike camouflaged as well, if the color is right.
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