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Guys what would you recommend for a bike cover? like when my bike is sitting in my open carport! I don't have a walled in carport! Thanks


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I depends on your climate. Here in Florida, it's best to not put a cover on one because it is to eash for moisture to get trapped under one.
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The carport is cover, right? Protection for direct rain, snow, and hail. If so, I would just go with a light-medium cloth enough to protect from dust and light enough to allow moisture to evaporate and not accumulate.
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Yes it is covered and thanks guys
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I use a cat. Keeps the seat warm and the mice away.




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