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Thread: Bike Cover, front only

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    Bike Cover, front only

    Rather than travel with a complete bike cover, I would like to find one that just covers front end, eg screen/instruments/grips.

    I have looked online but so far not found - any ideas. I guess I could make a temporary one out of a large bag but prefer not.

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    Castor, Cambridgeshire, England
    I use an old waterproof army poncho which has kept the weather off for the last 10 years.
    Folds down small and handy to use yourself if it get really shitty, then its bin bag for the bike.

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    oxford to a stretch cover, you could buy a smaller one and use that, they stretch out well over the full bike when the correct size so a smaller one should stretch over the areas you need it too. will pack down small enough as well

    A friend of mine did quite a smart thing once, we were based at the same hotel just touring around the region and back to the same place each night. so he posted a cover !!! to the hotel which was there when we arrived ,then he posted it home the day we left !!

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    Black Forest
    Just get a bicycle cover will do job fine.

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