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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-04-2019, 09:06 AM Thread Starter
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What is the best bike cover for indoor use To help keep the dust away ??
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Next time you're at the dealer ask if they have any of the covers laying around that the new bikes ship in. That what I use...it was free...LOL
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What is the best bike cover for indoor use To help keep the dust away ??
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When in the box I always use an old bed sheet, it is ok for the dust and leave the bike without the risk of corrosion from humidity condensation (might happen with plastic rain covers....)
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An old flannel sheet. Everyone has one laying around. Soft; won't scratch & doesn't trap moisture.
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An old flannel sheet. Everyone has one laying around. Soft; won't scratch & doesn't trap moisture.
Agreed. You can spend more money, but if you are just wanting to keeping dust off the scooter when it's in the box, why not go simple.

Once I make up my mind, I'm full of indecision.
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Been using the same HD indoor cover for about 15 years. Still like new.

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Agreed. You can spend more money, but if you are just wanting to keeping dust off the scooter when it's in the box, why not go simple.
My garage is heated and it's easy to pull the sheets off and sit on the bike. That's all that's happening in my world; sitting on it in the garage...
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