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BIKE BARN MOTORCYCLE COVER

She's your sweetheart, your one and only. She accompanies you on every summer adventure along the highways and trails. So why banish her to the side of the driveway without a proper coat to keep her safe and dry all winter? She deserves better.

To save the relationship with your motorcycle, check out the Bike Barn in Coquitlam, B.C. The cover's sturdy galvanized steel frame is lightweight yet it is advertised to weather snow and windstorms without incident. For extra measure, it is possible to bolt the frame to the ground. The woven polyester fabric is coated with polyurethane to keep moisture out, while vents keep the air circulating. The covers fit most bikes, including Harley Davidson, Honda, BMW and ATVs.

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The canopy folds open like an accordion to the front, leaving only the bottom frame exposed. Bring the bike into the space, pull the cover over and clip it shut. Buying the proper size to suit your motorcycle ensures the exhaust pipes don't touch the cover and gives plenty of room to wipe down your bike and say nice things to her before packing up for winter. The cover also works day-to-day use in the summer.

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