Oxford Rainex Motorcycle Cover
Be VERY careful when pulling over top box.
Excellent cover, just be VERY careful when pulling over top case as it will tear very easily where the PVC shell and the reflective panels meet. I wasn't careful. Lasted less than three months before I tore it.
Might be better to spring the extra money on the Oxford Stormex; no reflective panels, so no weak areas.
July 1, 2016
Medium fits my 2003 CBR600RR
Followed another review about sizing and Medium fits perfectly snug.
June 21, 2016
It keep the rain out, it seems to vent well. My bike doesn't seem to be musty at all, and it's been sitting out in the rain quite a bit since I purchased this cover. The elastic bottom holds the cover secure with a single buckle that goes under the the engine/rock guard. No heat distortion from putting on immediately after a ride. Heavier material then expected and the internal lining clothe makes it slide easily over the bike.
June 14, 2016
It fits my 2014 Honda Interstate and is made from tough material with sealed seams.
June 8, 2016
I purchased two covers, one for my fj 09 (Large) and a medium for my wifes Honda shadow phantom (medium). Mine fits with some room to spare but hers is a snug fit. Both seem to be of good quality and should do the trick to keep the bikes out of the elements.
June 8, 2016
Worst Cover I've Had
Before buying the Oxford cover I had a Dowco cover. The Dowco had a good built, fit, and finish overall, but couldn't stand up to moderate west coast wind and tore from its strap after 6 months of use (given Dowco's reputation and overall high ratings I was disappointed).
I've owned a pair of Oxford RP-1 gloves for 2 months before getting this cover. The RP-1 gloves are amazing for the price and well built. I can't say this at all for Oxford's cover. The material is thin and cheap, the seam construction looks and feels cheap, and the fit on my Yamaha FZ6R was disgustingly atrocious (poor fit, the seams didn't align at all with parts of the bike, and the front was much too short, exposing half the tire and not fitting well over the entire front plane of the motorcycle).
This is one of the cheapest covers I've handled to date. I would not recommend this cover to anyone. I'm returning it to Revzilla.
June 7, 2016
Oxford Rainex Cover - Good Protection
I've had this cover for a few months now and it has protected my motorcycle from intense rain, strong winds, and hail. For someone who keeps their motorcycle outside consistently this is a must have. I highly recommend it.
May 17, 2016
Heavy duty for 3 season use
Since we had no winter this year, and are (or should I say were...) about a month ahead of schedule weatherwise, I decided to get my 2013 Bonneville out of storage a month early. I had one week of commuting, then two days ago it started snowing! I have on-street parking so this is the scenario-there she sits all bundled up in the new cover getting plowed in & splashed repeatedly by passing cars. I am happy to report that the bike is dry, if not warm. The cover is very heavy duty, obviously well constructed, and well worth the price. As covers go, I wish this one fit the front end of my bike a bit better, but it is doing the job and I am REALLY glad I bought it!
April 5, 2016