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Oxford Stormex Motorcycle Cover

Features:

  • Tough outer protects against weather and knocks
  • Soft, heat resistant lining protects against scratches
  • Reflective panels increase visibility at night
  • Strategically positioned holes facilitate the use of a lock
  • Lock pouch helps to keep your padlock off the ground
  • Soft on the inside to protect your paintwork from scratches
  • Clear rear window to display license plate with internal curtain to cover plate when needed
  • Front inner pocket with PVC window to hold Oxford Solar Panel Charger (not included)
  • Externally bonded seams
  • Vented to reduce condensation

Sizes:

  • MD - 77.1"L x 34.2"W x 53.9"H
  • LG - 104.7"L x 35.8"W 50.3"H
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Oxford Stormex Motorcycle Cover 4.6 5 37 37
Fits my 2015 Versys 1000 have only had this for a month but it works very well. I do wish the strap on the bottom was protected from heat as my pipes are directly under the bike. May 18, 2015
Great fitting and strong cover This cover is made from strong materials. I Feel like it would hold up in the elements. The fit is perfect on my FZ6 using the fit guide to determine the right size. May 18, 2015
It was fun until I was initially excited about this cover I ordered it about 8/25/14 so at the time of this review it hadn't been a year old. I have a YZF-R1 and the large cover was like putting a warm water proof blanket over my bike. I was stationed at Fort Bragg NC so if your familiar with the area you know the weather can be bipolar. With that being said the cover was on the bike through a ice storm winter an end of the summer beaming sun. By the time next year rolled around spring the cover was faded no problem but I noticed that the glue that was used to hold the seems together began to give way and then it happened NC's first major wind storm and I tell you this cover shredded at the seems like it was literally peeled away. Come to find out Oxford directs you back to the place of purchase because they do not deal with the consumer directly. Revzilla doesn't offer warranties so which pretty much leaves me $100 bucks shorted out of cover that hasn't lasted a whole year. I thought the quality and finish and how heavy it is would bring years of protection. May 8, 2015
A cover for a lifetime with bang for the buck Full disclosure: this is my first motorcycle cover, so I’m not claiming to be an expert I ride a 2012 Triumph America and live in Chicago. So, we all know or can imagine how fickle the weather can be here. Previously, I lived in an apt where I had access to an enclosed garage, and that provided my protection from the elements. Now, since I switched apts late last year, I don’t have that luxury. After both taking into account others’ reviews (ie: medium-size didn’t cover some bikes entirely) and knowing my bike is lengthy, I purchased the large version of the Oxford Stormex cover early April 2014. And it fits perfectly! covering the full length of my bike including tires with room to spare. The inner liner is made of a very soft almost buff-like material, keeping the body of the bike polished. As the name suggests (Stormex) the shell protects well in storms (Chicago experienced one of these a couple of weekends ago and it's been storming the rainy the past two days), and unlike other covers which fly off with gusting winds—I’ve seen covers fly around as if they were tumbleweeds in the wild west on more than one occasion here in the Windy City—not only does the cover have a strong elastic perimeter (think: Saranwrap covers) providing a tight and fitted shield, it also has a strap and buckle component that allows the cover to be strapped under the motorcycle to prevent it from being blown away. Material is both water-repellant and heat-resistant. Vents prevent condensation buildup. I don’t lock my bike because I keep it safely in my apt’s backyard, but the holes where one could run a chain seamlessly through the tires and the corresponding pouch where the lock could both be housed and protected from the elements are a nice touch for those that use that security. Only cons I can muster is although the cover possesses reflective panels, the black color of the cover (which for me isn’t an issue, especially because I’m vain enough to be partial to the color “synchromizing” with the black and chrome design of my America) perhaps might not be best suited for a bike parked on a heavily-trafficked, dimly-lit street, for which I don’t have to worry since I park my bike in the backyard. (the version of the Stormex on the Revzilla promo video shows a cover in tri-color) AND, my only other gripe—which doesn’t affect my review of the cover itself—is that as I write this review, Revzilla has a CLOSEOUT sale on this cover and while I had to pay FULL-PRICE! for it, you can get it at 15% off. *shakes fist* Wish I could have that price! (I'd feel better if from my review I win the $100 gift card from the monthly drawing :) May 5, 2015
Works great so far I just bought the cover for my cafe racer style honda 1980 cb750. It completely covers my motorcycle and the tires. April 28, 2015
Great cover for the price Fits my bike fairly well. Feels like very good material, excellent bang for the buck! April 27, 2015
Excellent Cover! Recently bought a BMW R1150RT and I needed something heavy duty to keep it safe and happy outside for the summer since I do not currently have a garage. The large fits the bike perfectly and provides plenty of coverage even with the extra large sidecases and topcase installed. The material is tough and feels well made. The bike has come through several heavy downpours without issue and I am very happy with the product. April 27, 2015
I just got it. But product really appears well done , strong , good quality and expect it will really will last Since I just got this item I cannot tell much about , different to my perception of a good quality article, well done with good quality materials and finishing. Very nice packaging. The L size really fitted my Honda Transalp bike. iThis is inteneded to cover and protect my bike that remain in hte exterior from sun and rain, very strong in this tropical countries. Expect it will really last April 20, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Christopher W: Bike will be stored outside all year and i needed something durable. Reviews looks good and product material looked good from the video. May 10, 2015
David B: Great Reviews, most recommendations say it's the best and most protective. May 5, 2015
Dave B: I watch the review May 1, 2015
Paul M: Thought it would fit over my motorcycle (2014 KTM 1190 Adventure); however, due to the tall mirrors and suspension, the cover did not fully drape over the motorcycle properly. If I had a sport-touring bike, the cover might be perfect, but definitely not for an ADV bike. Apr 8, 2015
Chatham K: I wanted a full cover for my 2002 Honda VFR800 Interceptor. This one is very nice. I like the liner. As mentioned by other reviews, the tape seams come off, so I have black tape to fix the ends. Other than that, great product. Apr 2, 2015
Joaquin R: "Quality and Price" Mar 31, 2015
Juan R: I have Heard of friends good things about this product , besides the reviews were in agreement with . Mar 30, 2015
kahlil o: This is one great cover. I ordered one in a medium and it fit my SV 650S perfectly. Jan 23, 2015
kevin m: looks like it will give the best protection Jan 7, 2015
Mark B: Because of the video on this site, and my need for a fulll coverge all weather cover. Dec 22, 2014
Scott H: Looking for indoor storage cover on my new BMW K1600 GT Sport. I could have gone with a dust cover, but I see that this cover has a soft liner to protect the paint and it should be able to completely cover my tires and rims as I have a golden lab and the garage always has rolling "hair balls" that I want to keep off the rims. If this cover works as advertised, I might buy one for my lab as well. Nov 9, 2014
Omar H: looked durable for city street parking , reviews were good Jul 13, 2014
Michael M: Features, prices, reviews. Jul 10, 2014
Sean F: purchased based on the reviews. I like the cover, its is durable, weather proof and covers the bike fully. If you are getting it for a sport bike you only need the medium. I ride a 08 Kawasaki zx14 and the large cover swallows the bike. Jun 9, 2014
Keith V: heat resistant to pipes Apr 17, 2014
Marc N: I needed a big cover for my Touring Sport Bike for when I have to leave it outside of school/work. The extra features are a great plus, I can anchor down the motorcycle with the cover on, thanks to the hole it has for this very purpose, and a Solar slot for charging my motorcycle on the sun. Feb 24, 2014
R W: I bought an Oxford Stormex cover in the UK after reading a good review in a magazine. Used it for 3 years when I was living in an apartment with no covered parking for my bike. It showed no signs of wear and was easy to use. Just bought another one now I've moved to the US and found myself in the same situation. Feb 24, 2014
Adam V asked: I'm picking up my new 2014 GSX-R 750 next week. I have a garage to store it in during winter months but it would be inconvenient to keep it there during the warm months when I want to ride often. Is this water proof and a good outdoor cover? Apr 22, 2014
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zachary g: Adam, yes it is. I have just an open parking lot, zero coverage and upon purchasing my new triumph scrambler I didn't want to leave her out in the cold. The cover has been through wind, rain, freezing rain and snow. It has served it's purpose excellently in every condition. Has never once been stripped off and turned into a sail by wind and is in my opinion a perfect solution. Don't put it on when your pipes are hot. Unless they sit perfectly where the heat resistant material is (mine are not even close) you will end up with a mess. Apr 22, 2014
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Robert K: absolutely. I've only had mine for a couple weeks but it has seen 2 heavy days of rain, one of which was thunderstorms with pretty high winds. Bike stayed completely dry, and I am very impressed by the cover's quality. This isn't some auto parts store plastic cover; it has multiple layers and very nice construction. The innermost layer is almost like a brushed cotton, and I have no concerns about scratching my paint. Very glad I picked this cover, and well worth the investment. Apr 22, 2014
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Bruce H: It is a great cover - highly recommended. Every other cover I have bought has shredded after 8 months. I have no garage so my bikes are outside. This shows little signs of wear after a year & is weatherproof. Apr 24, 2014
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Justin N: Yes, it's completely waterproof. I keep my motorcycle outside year round and it stays totall dry. Great product. Definitely recommend it, Apr 22, 2014
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Adam V: Thanks Justin! I think I'm going to go ahead and order it today! Apr 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 2015 CB300F, I store outside, So I'm wondering if the medium size would be the best fit?
I want it to completely cover my new bike?, Also does this cover really hold up? fading etc.? thanks
Apr 21, 2015
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tucker m: I had a 2006 cbr600rr I had a large I believe and I recently bought a new bike so I had two well the weather turned for the worst and wasn't able to ride SNOW! Amazing thing the large cover actually fit both of them under it very snug but every inch cover to my approval!! And for 3 days the snow didn't stop after another day of letting the snow melt do to the high tempetures we got (Virginia is a weird state) after all said and don't I pulled the cover off I was afraid the snow was going to have melted and just water logged the material everything was going to be wet well I was wrong I pulled the cover off to two very dry bikes and the ground under them as well I love Oxford products it's a lifetime warrenty on most things and great customer service also revzilla as well I've had my about a year and a half and the color hasn't faded but I mainly put it on at night and take it off early in the day but I'm a daily rider so idk what it would be like to leave it on the bike for days at a time! Hope my review helped I really like how the also give u chain holes for the front and rear tire so u can still lock ur bike up! DO NOT START UR BIKE AND LEAVE IT RUNNING WHILE COVERED Your ENGINE WILL SUFFICATE lol I learned the hard way Apr 22, 2015
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Justin N: While I can't comment on the size, I can say that they last about a season before the tape on the seams starts to go. I am a few months short of a year and I my seat was completely waterlogged from a rainstorm. I guess the tape covering the seam went bad. I've bought 2 of these, so when they do work, I like them. don't expect more than a year out of one though. Apr 21, 2015
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Michael D: I would get the large cover. I like the cover, it's heavy duty, soft inside, and holds up pretty good. Mine is two years old and i use it all the time. Like anything, it will show signs of wear in time. Apr 27, 2015
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rob l: id go for the large Apr 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, I would like to know what cover brand and size you would recommend for a Yamaha FJR1300. It stays outside from spring to late fall. I want it big enough to keep on it the side cases as well as the top case? Apr 3, 2015
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James K: I have a size medium that I use on my Triumph Speed Triple and it is more than adequate. I am more than pleased with the quality of the Oxford bike cover if that was also a concern........the best I have owned. Apr 3, 2015
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Rogerio B: I have a FJ -09 and although it is not as long as an FJR it is taller and the Large is a little too big for my bike. I believe the large cover will fit the FJR perfectly even with the side cases. Apr 5, 2015
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Chatham K: I purchased the Oxford Stormex Cover for my 2002 Honda VFR 800 Interceptor. My bike is taller than any of the sport bikes I ride with on weekends. It's not a perfect cover but very good. Apr 3, 2015
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Joaquin R: Hello

I have a 1190 KTM Adventure, which is a very high bike and Oxford Cover covers all.

Bye
Apr 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: What size for a tall dual sport bike like the XR600 or TT600R? Mar 31, 2015
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Jeremy L: I bought a large which covers my zx10 to the ground, but just not tall enough to do that on my DR650, can just see bottom of my front disc so would go next size up. By the way is an awesome product even under the aussie sun! Apr 1, 2015
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Aaron D: I have a 2013 CRF250L which I think is similar in size and I went with a Medium. It fits pretty well. Great quality cover! Mar 31, 2015
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rob l: I have a triumph 1050 and ti fits good but I do have to take the bags off Apr 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: What size would you recommend for a 2012 daytona 675? Mar 4, 2014
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Jamaal R: Medium is plenty big enough. I have a Gsxr 750 and it completely coveres the bike perfectly. Best cover I've ever owned. Mar 4, 2014
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mark t: I got the Large size for my 2013 daytona 675. It's a little bit big but I'd rather have it that way than short. Mar 4, 2014
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Julie A: Most definitely! Currently using this to store a 2012 Bonneville T100 and it has more then enough room. Mar 4, 2014
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Kyle T: Julie, what size cover are you using? Apr 20, 2014
Kerri L asked: I park on the sidewalk in NYC and dont want to give the metermaids easy access to reading my licence plate, does the clear window have a flap or something so I can choose NOT to show my plate? Or would I have to home make something?

Also anyone know how well the medium vs large would fit an 06 FZ6? I DO want the cover to be long enough to be touching the ground like in the picture so I can park one or both wheels on top of it to make it harder for someone to take off that isnt me (this would be coupled with a Xena disc lock). Also note that I have a permanently welded on top case rack sticking off the back so Im assuming I want the large, but am asking just in case.

Finally does anyone else have a bad quality experience with this cover like one of the reviews on here or is that hopefully just an isolated incident?
Dec 27, 2013
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yulian c: The clear portion doesn't show the license.

The medium cover is big enough to fully cover my 13 r1 (if that says anything).

Nothing wrong with the cover, works well and gives me no problems.

Hope that helps.
Dec 27, 2013
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Justin N: I don't have the answers to all your questions, but there is a flap that you would have to cut out to show the plate. So, it's covered from the meter people.

I've had it for about 7 months now and it's held up fine in DC weather.
Dec 27, 2013
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Brook M: Cover has a flap over the plate window.
You would be better off getting the large, better to big than too small.
The covers very well made and well worth the money
Jan 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Looking at this for 4 season coverage in NYC area for a BMW G 650 GS. Specs on the bike say its 85" long and 55" high. The medium cover says it's 77" long and 53" high. So I guess I should get the large? Just seems most people are going for the medium with bikes of the 500 to 800cc range. Thanks. Oct 27, 2014
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Wayne T: I bought the large for a Suzuki DL650, and it just fits the hight of the front of the bike. Nov 2, 2014
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rony g: I got the large. It's fairly big. I have a 750 shadow.
Highly recommend it.
Oct 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: I want to buy this cover,
I need to know if the medium size is suitiable for my Harley Davidson sportster custom 1200 xl 2013 model or should I go for the large one ?
Oct 18, 2014
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Bruce M: I would recommend getting the large cover to avoid the risk of it being too small. The cover I have is larger than needed and I'm glad due to the fact that every part of the bike is covered and you can't even tell what type of machine is underneath. Oct 19, 2014
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Michael D: I Don't know the difference between the medium and large covers, but I have a 2013 Super Glide Custom and the large cover goes to the floor just like the one in this picture. Oct 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: looking to get the oxford stormex for my 2004 Harley Davivdson Dyna Low Rider what size should I get? Mar 29, 2015
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Nicholas D: I would go with a large Mar 29, 2015
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Mike A asked: I have a Honda CB500X (European styling) and am trying to work out what size cover. Does anyone have experience with that?
It's classified as "Adventure Touring" with small windscreen - size 83" L x 34" W x 52" H.
My sizing seems to sit between the M and L, so I guess I should go for the L.
Also considering Dowco Weatherall Plus.
Mar 17, 2015
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rob l: id go large. Its a great well made tough cover Apr 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: What would the best size be for a Ducati monster s2r 1000? Feb 9, 2015
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Gabriel C: If you want your wheels exposed a medium, if you want the whole bike completely covered but a little roomy a large. I got a large and it works just as we'll with it being loose around my bike. Feb 23, 2015
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Jon I asked: I really like the Oxford cover (especially the soft liner. My bike is parked outside in the Hawaii weather and has faded (which is to be expected). I was super waterproof when I first got it, however it has not been a year yet and the tape on the seams (another feature that I liked) are coming off. I can re-tape the seams, but the waterproof-ness, especially on the top of the cover, seems to have gone away. Any of you use Scotchguard on your cover?
The reason I ask is I had a Dowco that fell apart really quickly after I used Scotchguard on it. Thanks!
Dec 6, 2014
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Jon I: "It was waterproof", not "I was waterproof" Dec 6, 2014
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Mark B asked: Will the large Oxford stormex cover fit my Triumph Tiger Explorer XC with top box and hard side luggage?

Thanks
Nov 23, 2014
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zachary g: It fits my stock triumph scrambler, with no luggage, snugly, leavening about 6 inches of the front wheel exposed, but the middle and too portion are still baggy and would more than likely accommodate luggage, hope that's helpful. and as always TRIUMPS RULE Nov 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit over a Harley Davidson Road glide? Aug 20, 2014
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Gabriel C: Yes, a large will fit your road glide. Sorry no one has answered in half a year! Feb 23, 2015
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Christopher M asked: For a 2013 ZX10R, what Stormex size cover would you recommend (Md or Lg)? May 12, 2014
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Bruce M: Chris, My personal preference for my S1000RR is the large cover due to the fact that I wanted no part of the motorcycle visible. I'm in a high rise apartment complex with a multilevel garage which gives some protection to begin with. But again, there's not to much to be concerned with here regarding the variance of weather. So really, we're only talking about protection from dust. This is a very high quality cover and I am very pleased with it thus far. May 12, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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