Oxford Aquatex Cover
Exactly What I Needed
I needed a light weight cover for my 2014 Yamaha V Star 1300 Tourer for road trips when my bike would be outside overnight. I looked at several and this Oxford Aquatex cover met all my requirements. It's easy to put on, take off and store. It also covers my bike front to back and has plenty of room for my hard saddlebags. I highly recommend this cover for the bang for the buck it gives.
August 11, 2015
Solid product for the price
I bought it for my FZ07. It fits well, is durable, and keeps my bike very dry if I store it outside and it rains. A quality product.
June 3, 2015
Cheap solution to motorcycle coverage
This is a cheap and easy way to cover your bike.
Fits well on my 2015 Dyna Street Bob. I use it in a garage so I do not really deal with rain. Material is light weight and folds up pretty small. Easy to transport or store in a saddle bag.
Fot he price you can't beat it.
April 13, 2015
Has done well in keeping my bike dry during the first few storms of spring. Also fits well not too baggy or tight.
April 8, 2015
Gets the job done
For a simple easy to use dust and light rain cover it's great. Easy to install, and fits the 2014 f800gs with a moose racing short windscreen (2 inches higher than stock) perfectly. Packs small for storage on trips. Not large enough to cover a top box, material is a bit thin so must cool the bike a bit before covering.
February 23, 2015
keeps the scooter clean
keeps my 50cc scooter clean and dry through rain, sun, snow and freezing temps.
January 5, 2015
its darn good
Keeps the bike dry. Storageable. Affordable....and revzilla rocks
December 15, 2014
Great low cost cover. Stronger than a South Philly hood-cat
I bought this cover in size large and it fits my '84 Honda Magna perfectly. It's got a bit of slack, but because of the ingenious belly clip, it doesn't bellow up and fill with air, like most other covers.
The branding is big and loud, which makes it easy to give people directions to my house. I am not such a huge fan of big branding like that, but since this is only going to be on my bike when I'm not, I was willing to forgo that concern. On my cover, the logo is HUGE and across the side, not on the front like in the picture.
The material is light, kind of reminds me of the type of nylon used in tents. In a torrential downpour, it does suck up some water, but for the price, it's acceptable.
One afternoon, a South Philly hood cat was hanging out on my stoop. When I went to take my dog out, the cat freaked out and, in an attempt to show dominance, tried to shred the nearest convenient thing. At that moment, it was my covered motorcycle. The cat puffed up and jumped and attacked my bike with reckless abandon. It was like watching Ali v. Liston, except in this case, all the butterfly-floating and bee-stinging was for naught. After the feline onslaught, there was barely a scratch on the cover and only one tiny puncture, that I was able to fix with a tent patch kit.
November 24, 2014