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Arvind D:I would say, get the MD for the monster. I have a sport touring bike (Aprilia Futura) so I ordered XL. I should have ordered a LG as my bike is only slightly bigger than other sportbikes. XL fits snugly only if I leave the hard saddle bags on the bike. Without bags, my XL cover is quite loose.
For a snug fit on your monster, I would recommend MD size.Oct 29, 2013
Mathew F:I bought Mediums, one for my vintage Honda 350 and the other for a 94 XR650 (with tall stock side mirrors) – covering the 350 drapes to the ground, a little big, and on the dirtbike it fits as it should.
I'm glad I went with Medium, as Large seems like it'd be for baggers and other touring/road bikes.Oct 29, 2013
esther p asked:I have a 2004 suzuki burgman 400 (very large bike weighing close to 500 lbs) with the large givi windscreen and large givi topbox. I'll be taking this bike on a trailer towed on the back of an RV. I want a cover to protect it from the sun, rain, and road grit and than covers the windscreen and topbox and that won't blow off. I'd appreciate any recommendations for a cover that would fit. Also where can I buy it online? What should I expect to pay?.Jan 30, 2015
Cheryl M:I purchased the Tourmaster Journey Cover last year for my Triumph Bonneville, which weighs around 500 lbs but is not a "large bike". I used the sizing guidelines provided online and the fit is absolutely perfect. The cover is heavy duty, and I am very happy with it. However, if you have a tall windscreen and particularly a topbox, I would definitely buy a cover that is specifically designed to fit over one. This cover would not fit over a topbox, if my bike had one.Feb 18, 2015
F R:I cant remember the price that was paid. My motorcycle I am sure is MUCH bigger and the cover fits, as far as driving with the cover on...I guess depends on how much you strap it down & what wind hits it. from experience constant wind and or rain exposure can damage aything. Hope it helps somehowFeb 17, 2015
esther p:Thanks a lot for your advice. I have since read online that one shouldn't cover one's motorcycle when towing it on a trailer. Apparently, the friction of the cover on the bike, caused by the wind, scratches the bike up pretty badly. So, we won't cover the bike until we reach our destination.Feb 18, 2015
stephen j asked:Good Morning all. I recently bought a 2012 Sazuki Vstrom Adv. I have the factory side cases and I am planing on buying a matching topcase and possibly chaning the windscreeing to something larger. So between the XL and 2XL which do you recomended would fit best?Dec 18, 2013
Erika C:I would go with the 2XL, the Windscreeing takes a lot of space and you wanna cover your tires too. Besides, a little bit of extra coverage would not hurt, specially during the winter. Enjoy your bike Dec 19, 2013
Steve R:This cover can be a bit rough on clear coat. Its not padded anywhere. It does look nice however. I use microfiber towels to cover the tank and rear fender for when I put it on and take it off. Go for Large. If you plan on putting saddle bags on it go with larger size. This cover has a nice stretchy bottom.Jul 28, 2014
gary r:well i got the large to be safe, i have a 2002 cbr 600 f41, the large fit with my rather large (for its class) bike, i also have room for my cargo bag. i would recomend getting a large aswellAug 4, 2014