Since you and I share the same tastes in scooters and keep them garaged I use an old bed sheet to drape over it to keep the dust off also easy to remove way cheaper than a HD cover which can be a bitch to install.
Highland Motorcycle Cover Blue, Black : TargetNeed to get a dusk cover for my bike. It's garage kept but need something to keep the dusk off. Don't want scratches and don't want it to cost an 7 & a leg. Thanx in advance.
Nightlight might help with the condensation. :spank:Needs a nightlight too ?????
Only if the dryer is not turned on, when its on, nothing helps. :eekNightlight might help with the condensation. :spank:
Need to get a dusk cover for my bike. It's garage kept but need something to keep the dusk off. Don't want scratches and don't want it to cost an 7 & a leg. Thanx in advance.
The turds verify their presence. I would set a couple of traps, baited with peanut butter, under the bike and wad up unscented Bounce dryer sheets and stuff 'em in your exhaust and lay another one or three around the engine case, somewhere on the fairing, under the seat, etc., etc.I used to use a flannel sheet. For my current bike I use my Guardian. Works good anywhere.
Weird thing though, I keep finding mouse turds under the bike when ever I cover it in the garage but not on the bike. I pulled the seat and the fairing a couple times and never saw any traces (poop).
I bought a $21 large bike cover at Walmart. It's quite good enough for garage use. I do prefer using a King size sheet over the bike. Easy on off.
I never thought of it before, but a painter's dropcloth (the real cloth kind) would be a good cover. A 6'x9' is $11 @ Home Depot. Larger sizes available.Could always go to Home depot and spend $4.00 on a sheet of painters plastic its basicly the same as the interior of my Indoor/outdoor Harley Davidson Cover.