The Bike Shield - Carpa protectora para motocicletas - Standard (Mediano)
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- Nuestra cubierta protectora para motocicletas The Bike Shield debe fijarse al suelo. Almacén (carpa, refugio, tienda, garaje, unidad de cobertura) para motos fácil de cerrar y protegido contra cualquier daño externo.
- 1 año de garantía. Los 16 tubos, la plancha transversal y el sistema de cierre están completamente galvanizados y se encargan de mantener tu moto protegida.
- 100 % impermeable: el interior está recubierto de una gruesa capa de poliuretano y la impermeabilización del exterior, de 2.000 mm de columna de agua (el tratamiento impermeabilizante de mayor calidad), protege también de los dañinos rayos UV.
- Incluye aperturas de ventilación en la carpa para deshumidificar el interior.
- Práctico: el tubo de escape no entra en contacto con la carpa, simplemente aparca la moto y tápala en tan solo 3 segundos.
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The Bike Shield es una carpa protectora integral para motocicletas (carpa protectora para moto, garaje para moto, tienda para moto, cubierta para moto) que se cierra completamente y mantendrá tu moto protegida, evitando los daños debidos a factores externos como la lluvia, el polvo o la luz del sol. Los 16 tubos galvanizados, la plancha transversal y un sistema de cierre muy sólido se encargan de proteger tu moto. Está hecha de un tejido muy resistente que ha pasado los controles de calidad más estrictos, lo que unido a su densa capa de poliuretano en el interior y el tratamiento impermeabilizante en el exterior garantiza que la carpa sea 100 % impermeable. Las ventanas de ventilación en los dos lados del protector The Bike Shield deshumidifican su interior. El tubo de escape no entra en contacto con la carpa, lo que te permite aparcar la moto y cubrirla inmediatamente, ¡en tan solo 3 segundos! The Bike Shield es la nueva carpa-garaje (tienda para moto, carpa para moto, garaje para moto) para motocicleta que alarga drásticamente la vida de tu moto. The Bike Shield es capaz de cubrir la mayoría de motos, incluyendo Harley Davidson, BMW, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Ducati, Aprilia, Triumph, KTM, MV Agusta, Victory, Moto Guzzi, Royal Enfield, Benelli, Bimota y muchas más.
El protector para motos The Bike Shield tiene un año de garantía de reemplazo por defectos de fabricación en materiales y en mano de obra.
Nuestra cubierta protectora para motocicletas The Bike Shield debe fijarse al suelo.
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Assembly was pretty straightforward, though I would recommend having a helper, if only for the cover portion at the end. I actually received two sets of instructions, and one of them is vastly superior to the other. If all I received was the worse set, I would definitely have trouble like the other reviewers have mentioned. Be aware that even with the better directions, you end up installing the "B tubes" and then have to remove them to get the cover on. Not sure why you have to install them the first time? All the hardware uses nyloc nuts, and I'm not personally a fan of using those multiple times, but this isn't a high vibration application so there should be no issue.
The cover feels well made, and I don't doubt its toughness. The hardware is all coated (zinc chromate maybe?) or galvanized, so corrosion shouldn't be an issue either. Overall I'm definitely happy with the product and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
I purchased the medium size, and it fits my Triumph Speed Triple perfectly.
Setup was a bit of a hassle. The instructions gladly refer to piece "L" yet none of the piece had any labels on them. Watch their video and I think it helps a bit. I also thought I was smart and faced most of the bolts so they extended outside instead of inside. If I left them that way it would have torn the material. Go by the instructions and just take your time and try to understand them.
I have stowed two bikes in there (not at the same time). One is the Road King (pictured). The other is an Ultra Limited with the tour pack and antennas and big fairing. Both fit in there perfectly. For the UL, the antennas bend nicely into the rack on the tour pack so they don't hit the fabric.
Even in the heat, humidity and rains we've been getting in VA it stays nice and dry on the inside. The ground gets a little wet but the fabric and the bike are good. I think that's because of the vents, which I keep open all the time.
The door comes down easily even with one hand. Instead of letting it fall to the ground I just release one bar at a time until it touches the ground gently.
I built the whole thing in a comfortable and shady area and was able to easily lift and walk it to its final location. It is big, so where you build it needs to be an open area.
I am now thinking of buying a second to put both bikes under cover bit that's eight hundred dollars total and seems like a real stretch. I need to think on that one a bit. That much money and you could buy a shed or other two-bike options I think.
I added a rubber mat (Amazon recommended). Not a good choice. It's already all torn up. What a waste. I'm looking for alternatives. I also added an aluminum plate I picked up from the hardware store for the jiffy stand. That works out fine. I need to figure out a good way to secure it to the ground. I purchased what I think are called trampoline staples. Way too big. But the next smaller thing I can find are skimpy tent pegs or garden staples. I need to figure that out before the winter. Anyone have ideas I'd appreciate a note in the comments.
If you can take the risk that it might not survive a very strong wind or heavy snow and you have no secure place to put your bike when not riding then this might be a good choice. If it came down on the bike I could see it scratching up paint. I wonder if I should consider foam padding on the verticals. Hmmm. I haven't tried any of the competitors.
To do the job right, you'll need a 10mm ratcheting socket wrench and a 10mm wrench. All nuts and bolts are 10mm.
You'll need a rubber or wood mallet to pound the horizontal crossmembers into the L shaped members that hold up the canvas.
You'll need a Phillips head screwdriver to screw in the rubber feet.
The shortest L sections go to the very front.
The front of the canvas material is identified by the stamp FRONT located on the inside of the front velcro closure.
The horizontal cross members are the LAST thing you'll assemble AFTER you've draped the tarp over and threaded the loops on the tarp interior with the L sections.
The instructions call for most bolts to go from outside to inside.
I did them all that way, and it seems just fine.
The tarp material seems to be top quality and very heavy duty. It should stand up well against the Memphis weather for years to come.
In places like Texas, New Mexico, Arizona,- anywhere with extreme sun and heat- it's hard to say. I don't know and have no suggestions as to how they could make the tarp any better.
This is a product made in S. Korea.
It'll be a helluva long distance charge if you call them for customer support.
I ride a 2007 VTX 1800F, with a Memphis Shades bat wing fairing. I ride the bike in as far to the right as possible and still clear my mirrors and fairing. With the kickstand down and the bike leaning, it's barely wide enough to not touch my bike on its left fairing side. So, if you have a large cruiser with a fairing, I recommend the large size for the width . It's definitely more than tall and long enough.