The "Cycle Shell"

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The "Cycle Shell"

Post by yechave » Tue Sep 20, 2011 4:54 pm

For those that do not have a garage, I can very highly recommend this product. It was by accident someone had called and asked if I had one of these after advertising a cycle shelter for sale. The latter was 13' long and very flimsy. I ordered the cycle shell for the 1800 and I have been thrilled with it. At 10' long, I have just enough room to cover the F4/+2 shield and a luggage bag on top of the trunk rack. With no other place to store the bike, this is doing a great job of keeping the bike looking like new and protected from the elements.

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Re: The "Cycle Shell"

Post by themainviking » Sat Sep 24, 2011 7:12 am

You can get a 10' X 10' portable garage type unit for about a third the price of the cycle shell.
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