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Tour Master Journey Motorcycle Cover

Features:

  • Polypropylene UV protective material
  • Ultra sonic seams
  • 100% waterproof
  • Eco-friendly no pollutant materials
  • Buckle and straps for fastening
  • Stuff bag included

Sizes:

  • MD - Sport/Standard
  • LG - Sport/Standard
  • XL - Touring
  • 2XL - Touring/Full Dress
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Tour Master Journey Motorcycle Cover 4.5 5 11 11
Great cover for the price My bike is a 1974 Honda CB 360 with original paint and has been in Arizona for the last couple months. I wasn't going to take any chances with the blazing sun and an aging paint job. This cover has done a great job of protecting my bike while being easy to put on and remove. Simple, easy, packs up nicely. July 16, 2014
just right! I was looking for a cover to use on my 2013 H-D Heritage Classic during a long vacation in Montana. This cover fits the bill with strong corners and a handy tie-down strap for under bike. I'll probably remove the windshield for long stretches, but it works fine with windshield on or off. July 7, 2014
Easy set up I really like the clip belt to secure the cover to bike. It's very easy to put on and protects the bike from rain. Great purchase for the money. June 16, 2014
Big bang ! The Tourmaster Journey is a quality cover for the price. The medium fit my bike fine ( XL600R ), Will have to see how it holds up in the sun. May 29, 2014
Best Bang for Buck This product is probably the best bang for your buck you can get. Looks like your putting a paperbag over your bike so if you care too much about looks go with something else. This will keep your bike 100% dry through pretty much anything, is durable, and wont damage your bike. I have a 2005 Honda Shadow Aero 750 with a touring windscreen and sissy bar. I have a large cover. Will melt to hot parts relatively easy. May 6, 2014
Works - but not what I expected Up Front: good, functional cover. My bike is kept indoors so I really just needed something to keep the dust off and this fits the bill. I can't attest to it's waterproof qualities. I was a bit disappointed in the quality of the material. It appears sturdy but it's pretty stiff and the inner lining is not that soft at all. I don't think it'll harm my paint sitting inside but I wonder about it in outside conditions with wind causing it to move / rub on the paint. I would have liked to have had a slightly softer inner liner but for the price it's probably a good value. Overall, a good product. I bought the 2XL and it fits fine on my 2013 BMW R 1200RT with the large trunk attached. March 10, 2014
Awesome and necessary buy I bought this a couple months ago because where I am stationed (Quantico, VA) I am currently living on base and do not have access to a garage or covered parking for my bike, but didn't want to leave it to be exposed to the elements here as much as I had in the past. Only a couple days after I got this, it began to rain for about 3 straight days, and on the day it stopped I went out after it was done to check on it, and the entire bike was dry! I was highly surprised as I didn't know what to expect, but i was not disappointed. It's very easy to install as well as there is only one clip that goes on under the middle of the bike, and the front/back are elastic and go over the front tire/rear cowling. The only parts that are not fully covered by my cover are the tires, and very little of those are actually exposed. I ride an '03 Ducati Monster and the medium fit it just fine. If you want a cover to help keep your bike dry, I completely recommend this. I don't know about how it'll handle in snow as I have had the bike in the shop or my storage unit the two times it has here. February 3, 2014
Great Cover! I ride a 2011 Triumph Thunderbird Storm and this cover in Large fits it perfectly. The case that the cover comes in is large enough that even after you use the cover you can still get it back into the storage bag without a masters in origami. December 16, 2013
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Tour Master Journey Motorcycle Cover
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Luis C: I you wanna protect your HD without expensive covers this is an option, great cover with great quality components Jul 5, 2014
Lincoln C: price May 5, 2014
Edgar A: PRICE Feb 4, 2014
stephan o: PRICE AND OTHER PEOPLES REVIEWS ARE THE REASON I BOUGHT THIS Dec 29, 2013
Cyril d: My previous plastic one lasted 6 months before it started ripping...
I am hopping that this one will last longer then the upcoming winter. ;-)
Sep 3, 2013
Jacob Q asked: I see that there are two sizes for sport/standard bikes: medium and large.
i ride a '03 ducati 620 monster. what size would you reccomend?
Oct 29, 2013
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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
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Ahree W: I have a 2000 gxr 600 which I think is a tad bigger than the duc and I bought the medium which is more than adequate. I think you will be just fine withe medium Oct 29, 2013
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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
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Ahree W: I have a 2000 gxr 600 which I think is a tad bigger than the duc and I bought the medium which is more than adequate. I think you will be just fine withe medium Oct 29, 2013
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Rodney V: I run a 03 HD Street Glide, the large cover cold be a little bigger but it works Oct 30, 2013
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Kevin G: I ride a vtr1000 and the medium fits great so i'd go with that Oct 30, 2013
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Rodney V: correction I have the XL size Oct 30, 2013
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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
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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
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Marc L: Get the XL. I got a L for my 07 zx6r and it fits like a glove. But you'll need that extra space for the side cases and windscreen Dec 18, 2013
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Matthew E: I'd go with the 2XL. Dec 19, 2013
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Dimitriy V asked: Hello, I am looking to get this for my 2014 Honda CB500X. What size do you think I should get? Jul 13, 2014
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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
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A shopper asked: What size cover for a 2004 yamaha vstar 650 no saddle bags, no windshield, does have small (16" long) rack behind? Thanks. May 11, 2014
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Cyril d: The cover only lasted about the season and I have since replaced it with another brand May 13, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Silver / MD 796535 8004-0105-05 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / LG 796536 8004-0105-06 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / XL 796537 8004-0105-07 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver / 2XL 796538 8004-0105-08 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours