Best Motorbike Covers
Motorbike covers are an essential accessory for any motorbike owner. They provide protection from the elements, keeping your bike in good condition and extending its lifespan. Whether you need a cover for indoor storage or one that can handle the toughest weather conditions, there is a wide range of options available to choose from.
Maizjok Motorbike Cover
Made from 210D polyester, this cover ensures maximum protection from all types of weather conditions. It is designed to fit most standard mopeds, scooters, motorcycles and motocross bikes up to 96.5 x 41.3 x 49.2 inches in size.
The front and rear elastic straps and windshields are designed to fit your motorcycle better and protect it from strong winds.
Buyer Review: “Been using the cover for two weeks now and it has been raining almost everyday this past two weeks.
The cover truly is waterproof as advertised. The material is not too thick and light weight, which is ideal to take everywhere on the bike. However, since it is light weight, it flaps in the wind quite easily. luckily there are 3 straps at the bottom to secure the cover onto the bike. It seems to be quite durable too as it was very windy two days ago and the cover was flapping like crazy in the wind. I had to strap elastic cord to the back and in the middle of my bike to reduce the flapping of the cover. So far, it is intact and there is no rip that I can see.
Overall good product and I would happily recommend to others.” Y. Setiadi
Favoto Motorcycle Cover All Season
Made with a high quality 210T fabric, this cover is 100% waterproof and resistant to dust, UV rays, scratches and heat. Additionally, it has an air vent designed to reduce wind pressure while providing better air flow and ventilation for your motorbike.
The cover comes with 3 reflection stripes. One at the front and the other 2 at both sides. It is easier to find your motorcycle in dark.
The cover also includes a storage bag so you can conveniently store it away when not in use.
Buyer Review: “I purchased with trepidation. Especially because the vendor couldn’t tell me what size was suitable for a GS1200 (plus Topbox) and the dimensions table/diagram wasn’t much help. Three months through winter and I’m a fan. The Favoto has weathered these last three months of high winds without a hint of damage. Including the tie-down plastic clips front & back, which I thought wouldn’t withstand a serious gust. Big positive is dealing with the unwanted attention of birds. A spot of rain and a bit of a blow and I haven’t needed to apply hose and scrubbing brush so far. Connecting the front & rear clips require a bit of dexterity if you are on the tall side and especially so if your midrift is padded out. The cover will fold to a surprisingly small package, so carrying it is feasible for the value of discouraging unwanted attention when parked away from home. Finally, I’m so impressed with this cover that I’m tempted buy another for fear that when it finally succombs to wear & tear the model isn’t available anymore. You know how it is with Designers, they can’t leave a good thing alone.” Turk E Buzzard
XYZCTEM Motorbike Cover
Designed with unique features like adjustable elastic hem cords, air vents and buckles to secure the cover in place, you can be sure your bike will stay in place no matter how windy it gets outside.
The lightweight design makes it easy to store and transport when not in use. Plus, the bright red colour chain holes makes it easy to locate.
Buyer Review: “Right. The best thing about this cover, is that it packs away really small. So if you keep it on a pannier, or travel with it, then this is for you. (And this is not a bad idea…. it would make a great emergency bivi bag, should the zombie apocalypse arrive at an inopportune time!)
So I guess I was a little disappointed, as I was expecting some faux elephant hide, imitation canvas military tent or the like. Similar to British products from 30 years ago.
This cover is not like that. It almost feels too lightweight to be effective. But it is really well made, fits perfectly on my massive Hardley Rideable, and looks the part.
Definitely keeps the weather and other crud away from your pride and joy.
It has elasticated end sections, and three straps that pass beneath the bike with quick release adjustable plastic clips. So it doesn’t flap about.
There’s also a big eyelet at the front, I presume to show off your favourite lock, or to wire up an improvised anti theft measure of your choice.
All in all. Good value for money. Impressed. Does the job.” Rotabat2
XL Motorbike Cover by LTR
XL Motorbike Cover by LTR 300D Waterproof Rain Motorcycle Covers: Keep your motorcycle looking like new with this superior quality cover. The extra-large size is perfect for outdoor scooter and moped storage and the thick, heavy duty material provides superior protection against wind, rain, snow, dust, dirt and debris.
Vented design: This cover features specially designed air vents that allow air circulation while keeping dirt and moisture out. The vent also helps reduce condensation inside the cover.
Buyer Review: “I bought this cover for my VTR1000F Firestorm and could not be happier. I opted for the XXL as I was concerned it would not cover the bike from top to bottom. No worries, it is big and feels heavy duty. In fact I have used a number of clips to reduce the “flappy” areas (Not supplied). It certainly has proved to be water proof, though of course condensation will always be an issue when you cover a bike outside. I also use a couple of old cotton sheets under the cover to help with this and also prevent rubbing when it is windy. If you, like me, have no garage it is a very affordable solution.” David R. Barrett
Oxford Stormex Motorcycle
The Oxford Stormex Motorcycle Motorbike Waterproof All Weather Cover is the perfect cover to protect your motorcycle from the elements. This new 2016 model offers superior protection with an extra-large size that fits most motorcycles. The lightweight material is durable and waterproof, so you can be sure that your bike is safe no matter what kind of weather it faces.
Buyer Review: “This is the second Stormex I’ve had, I used one for a smaller previous bike. I thoroughly recommend them. Robust, durable with a fleecy kind of lining inside. I’m writing this review 15 months into ownership with the cover being used outside all the time, through the best part of 2 UK winters.
I would say this isn’t a forever purchase if you’re using it outside all the time. A bit of the seam taping is coming unstuck where the cover is taught over the mirror / locked steering but the seam itself is still good. Plan on replacing them every 3 to 5 years.” John Dush
RnCop Motorbike Cover
Durable & Weatherproof – Made of 420D Oxford Fabric, this motorbike cover is extremely durable, waterproof, and tear-proof. Its special fabric coating also protects the bike from UV rays and fading. The material can withstand extreme temperatures without losing shape or colour.
Buyer Review: “I have to say the metrical and quality of the fabric is a massive step up over previous covers I have used.
I specifically bought this as I prefer a drawstring over elasticated bottom as they tend to get caught.
The only issue I have is working out which way around the cover should go but have figured the logo should be on the left.
I bought it for a Yamaha MT07 and it fits very well, it could probably do with being a bit smaller if I’m honest and because the fabric is thick or is harder to pack into a small bag but it definitely keeps your bike dry and protected.” David G
Finding the best motorbike cover can be a daunting task. But with careful research and comparison, you will be able to find the perfect cover for your needs. Look for features such as waterproof material, weather-resistant capabilities, UV protection, and adjustable straps that fit your bike model. Additionally, consider the size of the cover in relation to your bike model and the brand reputation when making a purchase decision.