Bicycle Cover

Discussion in 'Motorhome Insurance General Discussion' started by Beemobile, Jun 25, 2015.

  1. Beemobile

    Beemobile Funster

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    I am looking to get a cover for my bike when it's on the back of my motorhome, my problem on looking at them is, how do I fix the holding arms to the bike when its got a cover on it, I normally have the one arm holding just behind the saddle and a bungee from the rack frame to the front frame on the bike, ?
     
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    Put the bike on the rack as normal then put the cover over the lot.
     
  3. WillH

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    Try Bags4everything, we had a Fiamma cover and it was flimsy, got a bag from this lot and after two years and many trips it's still in good nick. Tip, remove the rearmost/outside pedal other wise it rubs through the bag.
     
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    I cut a hole in mine for the X-bar brace.
     
  5. Beemobile

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    Many thanks your input has certainly helped a lot.
     
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    Or put an old thick wool sock over it ...
     
  7. Beemobile

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    Great idea, got plenty of socks.
     
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