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Old 09-19-04, 06:38 PM   #1
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Bike cover?

Can anyone recommend a good bike cover.

My bike is going to be stuck out this winter. I havent a shed nor a garage and no room in the house. So Im stuck. Next year a shed will be bought!

Are there any which seal up at the bottom? This would be excellent. Someone should make a cover which zips your bike up totally thus giving it some great protection.

Thanks for the help.

Im in the UK so I need one which is sold over here.
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For a cheap one, use heavy, construction-grade meshed plastic.
If you want something heavy and ready made, I would suggest you look at covers for large gas barbecues. I have seen a few that are large enough to hide 2-3 bicycles.

However, the cover will prevent the rain and snow from wetting your bike, but it won't keep humidity off. So the best thing to do is to leave the bottom open.
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