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Best Bike Cover To Protect Your Bikes

03.15.2014 · Posted in RV Accessories

Classic Accessories bike cover

Classis Accessories bike cover

We have spent 8 of the last 14 years full timing in our RV and we have always carried our bikes.

Needless to say our bikes have suffered from all the sand, salt rain and snow that’s been thrown their way.

Over those years we hung our bikes on every kind of bike rack imaginable on both our toad and our coach and while we’ve found some good bike carriers over the years, but only recently did we find a bicycle cover that works for us.

As you can see our bikes with Classic bike cover sit on a rack just ahead of our Blue Ox tow bar. So, when parked, we have a place to keep our now well protected loyal steeds and while travelling they are tucked in and protected between coach and toad.

No more sand, salt or road grime!

Surprisingly, when we’re rolling down the interstate there is hardly a flutter from our bike cover and when we arrive, regardless of the weather en-route, our bikes are untouched. You can buy your own Classic RV Bike Cover from here and from many other fine retailers.

3 Responses to “Best Bike Cover To Protect Your Bikes”

  1. Dan Smith says:

    Thank you so much! We will be buying this cover for our bicycles.

  2. Hey Dan, I love the cover. Our bikes are now always protected. Larry

  3. Dan Smith says:

    Have a question about cleaning the rubber roof on the RV (totally unrelated, I know). We just purchased a new 2014 Tracer 230FBS (FYI). When I get it home, I want to immediately clean & condition the roof and then wax the exterior. Anyway, the rubber roof cleaner I got says to not get it on the sides of the camper, and this scares me a little – so, instead of using the cleaner, my thoughts are to wash the roof with soap & water, then rinse it good, and then apply the roof conditioner – so I don’t have to worry about the “rubber roof cleaner” running down the sides of the camper and “streaking it”! What are your thoughts on that???

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