Great cover I’ve been using on my r1100gs for 4 years now. My bike has been outside with this cover for four years. I’m in California, it does not cause condensation and I Wrote REAR on the inside in big letters to let me know which end is which.
made in Italy
very good and awesome quality . thanks
No garage at new home thus essential all weather coverage. I like distinctive blue, but agree some markings to distinguish back from front would be helpful. I can't comment on condensation issue as cover has been indoors until most recently. Using it for G650 GS.
Great for Storage, Not Travel
STACY V BEARSE
This cover is much heavier than expected, which makes it great for winter storage, but not-so-great for taking it with me on the road. It is sturdy and well-made. Heavy-duty material will shed moisture and dust, and also protect against small dings and garage scratches.
So far so good it covers the BMW R1200 RT. Work like it says.
Very robust outdoor cover, however causes condensation
Unlike the product description, this cover is not made of breathable fabric. It is an ultrasonically welded plastic bag. It is very robust, it keeps the rain, leaves and bird droppings off the bike. However it causes a great deal of condesation, which cannot be good for the bike. Im my situation, the bike must be outdoors, so in dry days I take the cover off so the bike can dryout. And, the bike has to be dried off before riding.
Very well made cover. Thanks!
Good weight and construction - perfect fit.
I bought an outdoor cover maybe 3 years ago and really like the cover. My only complaint is putting the cover on in poor light. It is very hard to distinguish the front of the cover from the back. I had held up very well.
Got her in 2 days. Very easy to cover bike and protects it completely.
This cover works nicely for keeping the dust and general garage flotsom off of your bike, without the bulk and weight of the outdoor cover. May even help you avoid getting your bike scratched when one of those little springs or ball bearings goes shooting scross your garage during a garage project...