Keeping it under wraps with a new Motorcycle Cover

   What do you do in this situation? You spend all that time cleaning your bike, get it standing tall, only to have the birds or the trees leave their mark. You get mad and the rest of the ride isn’t as pleasant as you’d like. You can do 1 of 2 things, stay home and admire your bike as it sits in the garage or purchase a cover to shield your bike from situations you can not control. There are many different types of covers out there that perform different tasks than their brothers. K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) carries a full range of covers in a range of prices.

   Starting off, we whitewall touring shadewill look at the simplest cover out there – The Cycle Shade. Keeping the elements and surprises off your bike, these covers are small and lightweight so packing one along is of little effort. Designed to cover the fuel tank/dash area back to the rear of the bike, this style of cover keeps the heat off the seat and tank, making for a cooler and dryer bike when you are ready to leave. In addition, when a half cover is installed you have an out of sight out of the elements cubby to store riding gear keeping them cooler too. Cycle Shades offers a cover for just about every motorcycle out there, whether you have a full fairing touring bike, a Sportster, and everything in between. Easy on, easy off installation keeps things simple and keeps those pesky onlookers from seeing how it feels. Half covers offer you peace of mind as well as protection from air born hazards and weather conditions we are not fond of.

   When our bikeblk cran ultragard BBP-4-459AB  s are at rest, securely at home a full body cover is a wise choice. Available in a wide range of designs and fitments, these covers fit head to toe and give the most protection available. Almost every full body cover features locking grommets for added security as well as a shock cord hem that keeps everything in place. The similarities end here, the material used for the outer shell can range from soft cotton to water repellant polyester that uses a soft cotton/flannel lining to prevent it from scratching the motorcycles surfaces. Some covers have added heat resistant material into the liners. This allows you to install the cover immediately after riding, making them the ideal travel cover. If your cover does not have the heat shield panels you MUST wait for the bike to cool down before installation, otherwise you will have a nasty mess to contend with and potentially have to replace some damaged parts.
   K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) believes each and every bike be given that little extra protection. Whether it’s parked in the garage and keeps Fluffy and the kids off, or if it keeps Mother Nature from reeking havoc on your day, that is why every bike should have a cover.  Get yours today and see how easy it is to protect your investment.