Which Bike rack cover?

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  1. Vlad The Impaler

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    i had a fiamma 1 for my back box and they are crap very expensive for flimsy material
    i now use a cheap 1 i bought in benidorm for a chinese outlet for 2e and its better than the fiamma ling way to go though for a cover :Rofl1:
     
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    Have a feeling that last year a number of people recommended the medium sized argos bbq cover and cutting two slits in it.
     
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    Not that many replies,does that mean most of you don't bother with a cover,or you don't travel with 4 bikes?




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    I BOUGHT A FIAMMA 2 BIKE RACK LASTED ABOUT 6 YEARS BEFORE ZIP PACKED UP :Sad:.I ONLY PUT CARRIER BAGS ON SEATS IN SUMMER.IF I GO TO FRANCE I PUT COVER ON BEST I CAN & WRAP BUNGIES AROUND COVER TO STOP IT FLAPPING ABOUT.THINKING OF GETTING A TAPAULION & MAKING SOME EYELETS IN IT THEN BUNGIES TO HOLD IT IN PLACE.:thumb:
     
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    4 bike cover, not that expensive................
    http://www.johnscross.co.uk/fiamma-bike-cover-4-s.html

    • the ideal way to keep your bikes safe and dry whilst your vehicle is in storage or travelling.
    • Simply pull the cover over the bikes and use the built in pull cord to tighten the bottom of the cover.
    • Made from a reinforced lightweight and water-proof polyester material.
     
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