Perhaps two. 1 for home that is heavy and 1 to put in my saddle bags that is light weight. I used to use one from Walmart. LT $20. It worked great, but you had to let your bike cool down first. Pretty thin.
I have a Walmart cover that was $20 or less, pretty good for the price, but it holds condensation in the garage. I use old sheets to cover bikes in the garage. And old throw rugs to cover the front fender, because my front fenders are magnets to anything that gets dropped.
I splurged and got the nice H-D cover with the soft inner liner (to reduce the chance of scratches). I let the bike cool down for about 1/2 hour before I put the cover on. My bike is kept outdoors under a lean-to, so I keep it covered up in order for it to remain in good condition.
I'm looking for a smart phone holder. I like the ones that attach to your mirror support on the handlebar. I bought one but the phone did not fit. The phone was too big. I have a Samsung 7 edge but with the case it measures almost 6 1/2 inches tall. The width was not an issue. Any suggestions on...
I am thinking of using this (https://www.bikeexif.com/1957-harley-sportster-replica) '57 inspired modern Harley as my own inspiration for my next bike. I am looking for a good base meaning: mostly bolt-on parts, self painted, self drilled, almost no fabrication, type of base. I see that...
i was looking at their website. The info contained is utterly useless. How does one determine what size to use or what the "W" means? I have heard many mention this company, but what a :cowdung website.
Have a 2006 sportster 883R that has been wrapped. It is pink under wrap.
Want to strip wrap & pink & repaint black & gray.
Would like to find shop to disassemble & do whole job.
Anyone have any info of cost estimate for such a project?