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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old May 6th, 2009, 10:47 pm Thread Starter
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Question Nelson Rigg bike cover?

I see that Newenough has Nelson Rigg bike covers on closeout.

Anybody got one of those that can tell me/us how it fits a GT and what size it is?
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I have two of them.....one for work, one for home. No complaints. Call N.R. and get info on the correct size. They provided guidance and they fit well.

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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old May 11th, 2009, 7:15 pm
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NR - Bike Cover

I have the NR 1/2 cover (lg) on my 1300 GT w/o a top case. Fits fine, ties down well, packs into a fanny pack size bag. Think mine was a good investment at $39.

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Now the question is, where are you going to store the cover, especially when it's all wet? Check this thread, specifically post #20 for an answer.

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Now the question is, where are you going to store the cover, especially when it's all wet? Check this thread, specifically post #20 for an answer.
So when not in use you could also stick a bladder in it and it would function as an auxiliary to your auxiliary tank.

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