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Bikeparka

Keep your precious ride protected from the elements with these well-designed, high quality, reliable bicycle covers that keep bikes snug, dry and clean. BikeParka is made from tough polyester ripstop fabric and is weatherproof against wind and rain, it features an elasticated bottom for close fit around the wheels and eyelets for ties or small locks, it can also be adjusted to fit any seat and handle bar height. An Urban version of the cover is also available with Velcro lock-through panels so you can push a lock trough to secure the cover to your bike. Also included is a handy and tough bag that fits into a day pack.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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DUCATI SUPERBIKE 1199 PANIGALE | Image

DUCATI SUPERBIKE 1199 PANIGALE

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SMOOTH CRIMINAL | BY THE TARANTULAS | Image

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GEEKHOUSE WOODVILLE TOURING BIKE | Image

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