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Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Covers

  • Dowco's most popular cover
  • Heavy-duty polyester with special Color-Lok® fabric treatment to prevent fading
  • Exclusive ClimaShield® Plus fabric protection repels water
  • Waterproof with heat-sealed, taped seams
  • Moisture Guard™Vent System lets moisture escape
  • Aluminized heat shields allow immediate use after riding
  • Interior liner protects windshield
  • Sewn elastic shock cord and under-bike web strap
  • Sewn-in grommets allow use of a cable lock (lock not included)
  • Convenient storage bag
  • New sewn-in pockets allow use of Guardian® Alarm for added security  
  • Available in sizes to fit most motorcycle models
  • Lifetime Warranty

Please Note:  Sizes listed in Size Chart are for stock motorcycles without additions such as panniers, windshields, high handlebars or sissy bars.  Addition of those options will typically require sizing up one to two sizes.

  • Size MD  - developed to fit Sportsters, Dynas, and older CB-series motorcycles
  • Size Sport  - developed to fit sport-class bikes up to and including the Hayabusa; the heat-resistant coverage comes higher on the bike
  • Size CR  - developed to fit larger cruising motorcycles; can accommodate the additional rake common to those bikes
  • Size Adventure Touring  - developed to fit the V-Strom 1000 without a top box
  • Size LG  - developed to fit 1983 Goldwing Interstate, a bike with fairly slim panniers and very small top box
  • Size XL  - developed to fit 1984 Goldwing interstate and Yamaha Venture, with full-size top boxes
  • Size 2XL - developed to fit 1988 Goldwing, including later Aspencade models
  • Size 3XL - developed to fit 2001 Goldwing to present models

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Large fits perfectly on a TW200 Only had the cover for a couple of weeks but it seems like a durable cover for a TW200 that is kept outside on the porch. I may buy one for my VStrom so I can keep it at home during the riding season. April 14, 2014
Excellent Cover This has been a great motorcycle cover. I've had it for about a year now. I wanted something that would keep the elements off my bike while still letting moisture and heat out, and this cover has done the trick perfectly. I ride an SV650N, and the large size goes all the way to the ground, covering the wheels, tires, and all. Which is exactly what I wanted. And for less than $100, it's a steal. Unfortunately for me, someone else also thought it looked nice, and decided to swipe it off of my bike while I was out of town. So I'm ordering a replacement. April 13, 2014
peace of mind is worth the cost 2009 Honda CBR600rr - Sport size fits awesome! So easy to get on and it STAYS ON, covering all the way down to the rubber. 2005 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 - Large fits a bit snug, it covers the whole thing cept a little of the rims. I would go with a extra large if i did it again. but its the same great level of quality. As for contstruction, my selling point is the elastic at the base, which does an excellent job of keeping it on, but stretches really well so its easy to work with while puttin it on. No need for tie downs It also is a soft, yet durable material that doesnt scuff, and has an even softer material lining the spots where the cover will touch, like the tail and handlebars. If you want some peace of mind, get this cover. April 9, 2014
Serious quality! This is my second Dowco cover... the first one lasted two bikes and almost 7 years of constant use. I bought the "Sport Bike" size to cover a Ninja 300 and it's a perfect fit. The cover material itself is quite substantial, although very pliable and easy to use/fold up. The underside (where the cover comes in contact with the bike) is very soft. This cover may be a bit more expensive than others - you get what you pay for. April 7, 2014
Very good and resistant This cover was really what I needed, because after I saw some of the questions and answers section. I found that other person asked what size was needed for the bike that I have. I picked up the Color: Black/Grey / Size: LG, it fits. I put an old sheet of bed under the Dowco cover to protect it. Because the BMW K1200RS 2001 has a left stand a bit to high (a bit too much), you need to be sure if it is in a big parking lot, that the stand is on the deepest side of the parking and it will add more angle for the motorcycle if the wind is on the opposite site most of the time. The best, it is to let your motorcycle protected of the wind close from a wall of a building. Because, you can find your motorcycle on the pavement. With this cover, you can cover your front and back disk brake on the right side with the suitcases. After each time, before you go for a ride, be sure your check the adjustment of your mirrors. They may change after the cover was put. April 3, 2014
Excellent cover After looking at other covers and almost purchasing another brand I am very happy I made this choice. March 31, 2014
OK to cover without cool down Selected this cover because it has a shielded panel that allows it to be put over bike before it cools down. Very happy with this feature and the service I received from Revzilla, when I had some questions about using bonus dollars to cover part of the purchase price. Quality product from a first rate supplier. It takes a lot to be pry me away from Amazon but great personal service the trick. XL Cover fit Suzuki Burgman 400 with tall Givi windscreen and standard rear trunk... proving once again you don't have to own a Harley to shop here. March 24, 2014
Great Cover! I recently moved into an apartment complex that doesn't offer a garage or any overhang to keep my bike in or under. So, I picked this up and I couldn't be happier. You'll be hard pressed to find a better cover especially for under $100. I'm in Florida so it's always raining and I've haven't had an issue yet. It covers my bike perfectly, even goes completely over the front and rear tires. The only issue (my error) I've had in my 4 months or so of using it happened the other day. I was getting ready to head out for bike night and went to uncover my bike. It had been windy/rainy the past couple days mind you. When I went to remove the cover, the ENTIRE thing was filled with leaves. That was fun. But, that was just because I'm lazy and never use the strap on the bottom to cinch the bottom up. Anyways, you won't regret buying this cover! March 21, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Adam V: Revzilla recommend this cover, I will be keeping my bike outside during summer and inside during winter Apr 23, 2014
ELROY O: Recommended by salesman, Phillip. Apr 15, 2014
john h: I read the reviews... Apr 12, 2014
Justin H: Breathable and Weatherproof Apr 10, 2014
Reza E: For home use. Plan on stuffing as many of those alarms as I can in there. The security feature, and ability to throw on hot, that's for me. Mar 12, 2014
Lenny A: Had to replace my last cover along with my 2010 ZX6 that was stolen Jan 2013
Great cover!
Mar 11, 2014
David V: Recommended on trusted motorcycle forum Mar 9, 2014
Dennis F: I already have one of these but I have two motorcycles. Good quality product. Good fit. Mar 8, 2014
Timothy P: Read the reviews Mar 1, 2014
John G: Dowco quality. Recommended by a friend and also by Revzilla. Feb 27, 2014
Evan T: I chose this model because of its popularity and numerous positive reviews. Feb 21, 2014
A N: Needed reliable cover for all season protection. Heavy duty with shield and exhaust protection. Feb 19, 2014
Kyle K: Great reviews and a decent price Revvzilla even priced match another site when it was on sale!! Feb 14, 2014
Terry J: Dowco Cover's stood out as a quality product. Jan 20, 2014
Robert Z: "owned other covers by Dowco... best one out there" Jan 19, 2014
Thomas J: To keep rain off of my 09' 250r ninja. Works great. Dec 30, 2013
Barbara S: Our son suggested that I purchase this for his father. I read the reviews and it seems to be a good purchase. The motorcycle is in the garage all winter and needs a quality cover. Thank you . Dec 13, 2013
Cathy J: selected by receipient Dec 4, 2013
Anthony B: Recommended highly by the phone rep I spoke with. Nov 13, 2013
Stephen D: Best cover money can buy Nov 4, 2013
Shaun T: Just got a new bike and I wanted the best cover! All weatherproof, full size and heat shields so you can cover your bike immediately after riding! Nov 3, 2013
David K: by far most highly regarded cover...want it to last. Oct 7, 2013
Yong B: I've always owned Dowco covers. Sep 26, 2013
Merrill O: need and reviews from various sites Sep 17, 2013
wesley z: new residence lacks a garage and has weather unlike the old one, i wanted something to protect the bike in all elements. Sep 10, 2013
Manlio N: ain't much of choice out there... Sep 4, 2013
Hao D: Had 1 for 3 years. Tough and will not melt if thrown over a bike with a hot exhaust. Since then I've bought 2 more. Aug 28, 2013
Luke M: I needed something to protect my sport bike since I have to keep it outside, and the reviews plus the lifetime warranty made it seem like a good investment. Aug 28, 2013
Paul H: I chose this product because of its Lifetime warranty, and customer recommendation Aug 19, 2013
EDWARD B: i had one before Aug 18, 2013
Leandro Poeta T asked: What cover size should I buy for a Ninja 300? Aug 8, 2013
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Nicholas D: I used the dimensions listed on the site and ordered a medium I think for my standard size sportbike. If I were to do it again I'd order a size larger. These covers are super quality and fit tight. So tight in fact that it broke my already weakened turn signals. Buy a size larger than you think you'll need. You can always cinch it down for a better fit and use it later for a bigger bike. Just my two cents. Aug 8, 2013
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Gene H: Sorry I can't help for sure since most of my my bikes are taller or wider due to farings/bodywork/bags. But I do have a Ducati Monster 900 which is not that muc diferent in size I would think, the medium is too small in length makes for a very tight fit, the large is a little too big but it can be coinched down. Hope that helps. - Gene Aug 8, 2013
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Ion A: I have a BMW R1200R and bought a size XL, and it fits with either side cases or top case. I think this may be bigger than a Ninja 300. I don't think I answered your question but at least you know that you need smaller than XL. The cover is great by the way. Aug 8, 2013
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Jacob E: Order the sport bike size.

I have a 2011 Ninja 250r and my mate has a 2013 Ninja 300. We both bought the sport bike size and it fits perfectly.
Aug 8, 2013
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Rodney M: I own a 2009 Ninja 250R and bought the Medium. it fits perfectly, so if your 300 is dimensionally the same, I'd get the Medium. Aug 9, 2013
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Jason E: Recommend Getting Sport Bike Size. Aug 8, 2013
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charles d: medium Aug 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this product completely cover up 2009 honda CBR600rr real wheel?? Apr 8, 2014
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Robert D: I own a BMW R1200RT, DOWCO recommends a size large for the RT however I purchased an extra large due to large top box an the rear of the bike.
DOWCO's recommended sizes are accurate if you do not have added equipment.
The cover covers the BMW with the top box completely including both front and rear sets of disks. With out the tip box it covers all the way to the ground.
The cover has worked well even light hail.

Bob Denniston
Apr 10, 2014
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Vladimir P: Sport size is not covering kawasaki ER-6f rear wheel completely. It looks like photo next to item description. Apr 9, 2014
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Vladimir P: Sport size is not covering kawasaki ER-6f rear wheel completely. It looks like photo next to item description. Apr 9, 2014
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Andrey F: for sure if you choose L size
it covers my zx14
Apr 9, 2014
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bryan r asked: Hi, two questions.

First, how small does this cover pack up? Perferably I'd like to be able to fit it in a backpack.

Second, anyone have experience putting the cover on right after a ride? If I park it in my outside lot I would prefer to just throw it over after I park.

Thanks!
Mar 14, 2014
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Peter E: It packs up fairly small if you fold it and not stuff it. Comes with a stuff sack for just this (again you'll need to fold it to get it in the sack). Folds down to about 14"x12"x3" or so. Will easily stuff into a backpack.

I put it on my bike after every commute. It doesn't take more than a few minutes.
Mar 14, 2014
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Samuel W: Sorry but I never pack it up, but I do put it on right after riding and I've never had an issue. I have a 88 R100RS BMW so the engine is right next to the cover and no burns or issues. Mar 14, 2014
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Robert D: I purchased the Guardian for my BMW have had good luck with it even putting it on as soon as I parked. The guardian has a different material on the bottom section which is heat tolerant.
If your are looking for a small packable cover I would not recommend the guardian. Mine is an extra large and it packs to 16X14X3. DOWCO does sell a ultra lite and lite covers.

Bob
Apr 10, 2014
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A s: Cover is a little bulky for a backpack, but could make it work if you have nothing else to Carry, and I always throw it on right after a ride and never have an issue. Mar 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: My girlfriend just recently purchased the SV and really wants a cover that is going to hold up, and keep out as much water as possible. There are so many covers on the market, and I was hoping you would have an expert recommendation for us. Your site has been incredible helpful in the past, so I figure why not ask the pros! Thanks again! Apr 19, 2011
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Friday: Dowco Weatherall Plus, with the lifetime warranty. You pay alittle extra for piece of mind but read my review on the product. We just got hit by a hurricane and my bike is bone dry. My roommate has a comparably priced cover and his is soaked. Easy choice for me. If you call the showroom they will recommend this cover as well. That's why I originally bought it and it has now proven itself effective.
Dealerships and other sites will try to sell you the Sport (SP) but do not buy it as you will pay 30 dollars more for what is minimal differences in shape. I have a Kawasaki Er-6n (650cc like your Suzuki) so I would assume you would take a Medium. Fits perfect on my bike.
Aug 28, 2011
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DaveDucati695: Nelson-Rigg Defender 3000 Cover.

I just bought a new one a few weeks ago after a bum stole my last cover I have had for years. this cover lasts a super long time. If you live in the city like I do just get a wire lock and lock the bottom grommet holes together. This is one bombproof cover, Used it in the rain, summer, winter keeps your bike nice and dry all the way down to the wheels. Check the nelson site to get the right size for the SV, i think its a small... but double check. Could be a medium if you have high mirrors or storage on the back seat.
May 23, 2011
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CRCninja: All of the covers previously answered are good. I personally like the Dowco Weatherall Plus. It's never let a drop of rain through yet, and no dust either that I've noticed. Heat shields are nice too.

It all comes down to preference, they're generally the same. Oh, and a Medium for Dowco's fits the SV650 really well.
Jul 11, 2011
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Chris K: There isn't a whole lot of differentiation between covers other than waterproofing, size and UV protection. I think this is a good choice for an SV650, or also consider the Nelson Rigg options that I have linked below for you: Apr 19, 2011
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Israel G asked: Will this in size Sports Bike fit the 2013 CBR 250r? Feb 25, 2014
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BruteZillaStaff: yes it should. It may be a little loose, but a 250r isn't that much smaller than the 600rr, which I have and I also use this cover and it fits great. Feb 25, 2014
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Yu Chin S: I have a 2008 ninja 250 and it fits fine. I don't think the 2013 CBR 250r is much bigger. Feb 25, 2014
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KIA X: Yes, CBR is smaller than the 300, so if it fits my ninja 300, it will fit your cbr. Apr 15, 2014
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Mike M asked: Does this cover include the alarm? Jan 17, 2014
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Roy F: No, just pockets to slip an alarm into. Jan 17, 2014
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VALETTA F: The cover does not come with an alarm. Jan 17, 2014
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Thomas J: No. Jan 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: I just bought the Guardian WeatherAll Pro. It only has one vent on right side. I'm wanting if is supposed to have two vents? My last cover had two vents. Dec 14, 2013
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richard g: I cover my bikes all the time unless I'm on them and every Dowco cover I have or have had has only one vent. Maybe your last one had an extra? Dec 16, 2013
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VALETTA F: I have three of these covers and all have just one vent on the left side when sitting on the bike, just like in the picture. Dec 14, 2013
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charles d: I've had three of these already and they've all only had one vent per. Dec 14, 2013
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CHEE LEUNG P asked: What cover size should I buy for a GSX650GT? (With Top BOX)

Thanks
Aug 16, 2013
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Robert D: Dowco recommended a large for my R1200 RT and it would have been the correct size for the bike alone, with the 49 L top box I needed the Extra large.
Unless you have additional equipment that requires more room I would go with what is recommended by Dowco, I can't give you anymore than a gut feel that the medium should fit but I would consult Dowco they seem to know what size is appropriate.
I will say that the cover works very well and I highly recommend it, I've had to leave my RT out and even heavy rain and some small hail, it kept the bike dry. I would recommend dusting the bike and the lenses of before covering.
The vent works but with the heat from the engine and humidity dust will stick and can dull the finish. No problem with hot pipes coming in contact with cover and good protection for the windshield.

Hope This was some help!

Bob Denniston
Aug 19, 2013
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Ryan G: I originally bought a small and it fit my 06 ninja 250 great. I upgraded to an 11 Fz6r this year and the front tire doesn't get covered the whole way anymore. I'd go with a medium cover to ensure full protection. Aug 16, 2013
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Amanda L: I'm not sure - I currently have a Triumph STR. Aug 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is medium the correct size for this bike? Feb 10, 2013
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Poidog: Thank you for the response, just want to clarify. You mentioned that the sport was recommended because the street triple has higher pipes. The 2013 model has moved the pipe down to the swing arm level, not up by the seat like the past years models. Is the sport model still recommended? Thank you! Feb 11, 2013
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RevZilla: You are correct, we forgot the pipe placement was changed to a low mount for the 2013 Street Triple. The sport or size medium will fit. Size wise they are very similar in dimension, the sport has the higher heat resistant panels. Feb 12, 2013
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RevZilla: We would recommend the Sport version of the Weatherall Plus Motorcycle cover since the Street Triple has Higher pipes and will benefit from the higher heat resistant panels. Feb 11, 2013
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William T asked: Hey guys, I have a 2013 yamaha r6. Which size cover would be best, for full coverage to the ground? I live in Boston and when it rains, I don't want to have to clean my tires/rims all the time.
Thanks! Revzilla rocks!
Feb 1, 2014
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Gene H: I suspect if you find a cover that will do that it is going to be too big in other dimensions. Before I completed the man cave in my new home I've used covers for the last 25-30 years thne only one I ever had that did that was a clam shell arangement that had a frame at base, held down by sand bags it totally covered my BMW. The Dowco prodcuts are great but they are not designed for what you are asking and XL on my Victory KP would cover the complete bike(bag, fairing, exhaust and most of the front wheel but last 2-3 inches was exposed. An XL was too big for the Ducati ST3, so I used a Large and again it did not cover the bottom 2-3 inches of the bike, size medium was too small on my Ducati Monster 900, large was better but almost too big but it still left part of my front wheel exposed. - Gene Feb 1, 2014
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Jeffrey G: I have the XL for my BMW K1600. That size would be too big. If you're looking to protect the wheels and tires a size large may be required because they don't seem to be designed to go all the way to the ground so you may need an oversize cover. good luck! Feb 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: What would be the best size for a 2012 Honda Shadow Phantom 750? Dec 3, 2013
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Paul B: I don't know if this will help you on the exact fit but I purchased a xxl for my bike which is a 2008 BMW R1200GS with a taller windsheild and side cases. Dec 3, 2013
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Nicholas D: I think the cruiser size would fit. Mine fits pretty snug (sport bike size for my street triple). Dec 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size for a 13 r1200gsw? No panniers but a fairly large pillion bag. Nov 14, 2013
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VALETTA F: Not exactly sure of your size; I have a 12 r1200rt w/49 L topbox and purchased the XXL size. Fits nice without a lot of severe stretching. A XL may of worked but I prefer the ease of getting the XXL on. No issues with the cover getting loose in the wind. Hopefully, someone with a R1200 GSW will chime in. Nov 14, 2013
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Roy F: An XL fit my '06 R1200GS Adventure fairly well, but the 2XL fits over the ADV hard bags and top case better. The XL should be good without bags. Nov 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, I just moved to Chicago and will have to keep my 2008 Yamaha Royal Star Tour Deluxe (with the windscreen) outside. I like the Dowco Weatherall Plus, but was unsure what size to order. The Dowco site says XL, but the reviews I read, including yours, suggested a size or two larger. Two questions, do you think the Dowco Weather Plus is the best choice for Chicago and if so, would you order a XXXL (two sizes up)?

Thanks!
Sep 3, 2013
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Gavin H: Hi,

Yes you definitely can't go wrong with a size or two up. I live in Australia so am unsure of how the weather compares to Chicago. However, I must add that after about a year+ of using this cover outside, I've come to a conclusion that it's a bit overpriced. It also does not hold up well against the rain and it's durability is questionable. My bike is the RVF400, so you can use that for a size comparison.
Sep 26, 2013
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Chris H: I purchased an XL for a victory judge with a medium sized windscreen and saddle bags and it fits right. It is snug so if your bike is bigger then you may want to go up a size. Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Which Dowco cover would you recommend for a Kawasaki KLR 650 with a rear trunk? The trunk raises the height in the rear by about 12 inches. Thanks. Feb 4, 2013
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Vladimir: I have bought Sport size for Kawasaki ER-6f 650cc (I am not sure, but I think that sport size is same as XL - ask Revzilla team). It fits motorcycle up to bottom of the wheels.
After that I have installed top case and I am still using the same cover but it cannot cover complete motorcycle - middle of the rear wheel, bottom of the front wheel. So, you can choose next size.
Feb 24, 2013
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RevZilla: An Adventure Touring Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover will fit your KLR650 best with the addition of the trunk. It will be slightly larger than needed but the next size down will be too small with the inclusion of the trunk. Feb 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size do you recommend for a Ducati Monster 696? Dec 12, 2012
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drewfliesbikes: The "sport" size is your best fit. The medium will work too, but it was designed for higher handlebars and the front end of the cover will sit on the ground- not a big deal. Mar 4, 2013
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RevZilla: We would recommend a Medium Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover for the Monster 696,796,1100, and 1100 EVO. Dec 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: What cover size should I buy for a 05 GSXR600 Oct 13, 2012
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RevZilla: Dowco lists their size small as a "sport" cover which should fit 600 to 1000cc sportbikes. However, sizing depends on personal preference. Some individuals would prefer the cover to taught and come down just past the radius of the tire, others want the cover to reach the ground. A medium would be looser and cover 100%, but might catch the wind and cause the bike to tip. Along with the physical size of the cover there are also differences in the shape and placement of aluminized heat resistant panels and softer windshield material which make one size more conducive to a class of bike.

With consideration of all these factors, RevZilla recommends the "Sport" size. Keep in mind, modifications and accessories will affect the fit.
Oct 17, 2012
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Nicolapalooza: I had a 600 Ninja and found that the Dowco Guardian Weatherall Plus in a size Large (L). Aside from the great fit, this cover is easily the best on the market, I think. Mar 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size cover should I get for a 2009 KLR 650? I want something that will go all the way to the ground even if I add side bags and/or a trunk bag. Sep 23, 2012
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RevZilla: I have an 06 KLR650 and I purchased the AT (or Adventure Touring) size. Dowco's recommendation is a MD, however it will not work with luggage systems and will sit approximately 8"s off the ground. The AT size also places the aluminized heat resistant fabric in a different location to accommodate the higher mount exhaust systems found on ADV and Dual-Sport motorcycles.

In high wind conditions it is highly recommended (as with any size) to secure the bottom of the cover to avoid the sail effect and accompanying tears.
Sep 26, 2012
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drewfliesbikes: You wil need the X-large if you want it to touch the ground. I recommend the large though. It will cover your side bags, a windshield and will sit a couple inches off the ground which will let air circulate. Mar 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size for 2012 BMW GS R1200 Adventure with full side panniers and top box? Aug 9, 2012
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majicbaby: Not sure about the top box, but the XL fits over my 2001 R1150GS with hard panniers. You might consider XXL. Sep 3, 2012
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RevZilla: The Adventure Touring option would be the correct size. Aug 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: Has anyone purchased one of these for an XJ6N?
I'd like to know what size fits best, a snug fit would be best.
Thanks.
Jul 9, 2012
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Skinn: Thanks for the reply guys.
I contacted Dowco directly and they suggested the "SP size #50124-00" which is SM at RevZilla.
Jul 12, 2012
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RevZilla: According to the Dowco website, your bike will require a size Medium Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Covers. Jul 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size is appropriate for a 2006 Kawasaki ZZR 600? May 7, 2012
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Nicolapalooza: Thanks for the help. I ended up going with a large per Dowco recommendation. Perfect fit. Great product. May 14, 2012
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SAAVA: I went with a Medium for my FZ6 and that worked great. May 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: It looks like the weatherall only comes in s,m,lg, etc. Not "sportbike". Do I need a medium? Thanks. Apr 12, 2012
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Nicolapalooza: I just bought a Dowco Guardian for my 2006 ZZR 600 in a large. Fits perfectly. Look up the specs of my bike and compare them with yours to see if they're close and if this size will work. May 22, 2012
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RevZilla: Todd at RevZilla has a 675R and a Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover. He uses a size Medium and it fits perfectly. Apr 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi,

i've got a 696 monster and a 848evo and i need a cover for both!

what size for the Dowco Weatherall cover would work for my bikes???
Feb 4, 2012
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dw1213: I would get a large for the 848 for sure. Im not sure on the monster you could probably use a medium. I have an 07 GSXR 750 and I have a large and it fits perfectly. Apr 2, 2012
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AliB: For both of your Ducati's, you will need a size medium. Feb 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: Any recommendations on size for a CBR 900 RR? Jan 5, 2012
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Andrew L.: The Large should be about right - the XL will definately be too big. Mar 12, 2012
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Bandit: The large should be a perfect fit Jan 6, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will the Dowco Weather All Plus large fit a 2003 Yamaha FZ1? Aug 21, 2011
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Friday: The large would definitely fit but it may be loose. A Medium might be the better option. It fits my 2009 Kawasaki Er-6n perfectly. Compare dimensions on the two bikes or call customer service to ensure a proper fit. You tailpipe might be a factor btw. Mine is under the bike while yours it looks like might stick out a bit towards the back. Aug 28, 2011
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Buck: Probably would work fine, but according to the Dowco site, your bike takes a size "sport". Use of the manufacturers site to find out more information about their product is your friend. Sep 6, 2011
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A shopper asked: I have a 2004 Suzuki Valusia 800 with a batwing fairing, 12 inch wind screen and a sissy bar. Sep 5, 2011
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Avi1: There is definitely a size that will fit your bike. I recently purchased this cover for my Honda VTX 1800cc. I am very happy with my purchase- this cover has excellent value for the price. I bought it in a 2XL and it fits my bike with saddlebags on or off as well as with the windshield on or off. I ride with my windshield in cold weather and I slap my bags on only when I need them. I have used the 2XL cover with and without all these accessories and it fits fine either way; the bottom of the cover is elastic and hugs all around the bottom of the bike and covers it completely. I might go with an XL on your bike, but I'm not 100% sure of the measurements. I would recommend going larger if you are thrown between 2 sizes, as I said you won't lose any coverage and it will only make it easier to put on and off. Keep in mind you can always return it and exchange it for the correct size if your not happy. Let me know if I can help explain anything else, or you can do as I have done many times in the past, just phone Revzilla and one of their friendly knowledgeable sales staff will help answer any of your questions. (I do not work for them nor am I associated with them in any way, just a big fan of theirs, being their product reviews lead the industry and their staff is so friendly and answer any questions you have regarding specific products without trying to sell them to you. Not to mention their solid return policy.) There is also a size chart on the website. Nov 7, 2011
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Buck: According to Dowco, an XL. Using the manufacturers site to research their product is your friend. Sep 6, 2011
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A shopper asked: What size would best fit a Harley Davidson Iron 883 Jun 1, 2011
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Friday: I have a medium and my wheelbase is 55.3 in with no bags at all. Your factory wheelbase is 59.8. Now if you have bags or any mods made to the bike that is also a factor. I would recommend a Large for your length and the possibility of soft bags at least bc my medium fits perfectly snug with little room. Sep 4, 2011
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Stevan P: Dowco recommends a size Medium cover unless you have a high windscreen or luggage, in which case we would recommend a size LG Jun 24, 2011
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A shopper asked: Hi, I have a 2001 Yamaha Fz1 with the Givi v-46 top box i got from you. I was wondering which size would be best to fit my bike with the top box on?
Or if you know of another brand, quality motorcycle cover that would fit my bike. I noticed some of the brands included a clear area around the license plate. This would be handy to show my parking pass by my license on the rear, so I don't get a ticket on campus.

Thanks for any help you can give me
Mar 6, 2014
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Vladimir P: I bought doowco cover sport size (as per sizing recomendatinon at revzilla website) for er6f kawasaki. I also have givi top box 35l. You can use this cover without or with top box. In both cases tyres will not be covered fully. In first case ~15cm will not be covered in second little bit more. Quality of the cover is excelent, it is very durable and easy to manipulate. I live in Qatar - midle east where weather conditions are very harsh - high temperatures, dust, humidity. I am strongly recomend this product. Mar 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: hi, sizing recommendation for cbr 250r? Feb 19, 2014
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KIA X: Yes this is going to fit your cbr 250 with lots of slack. I used it on my Ninja 300 and when my bike is on the stand, I can actually cover the wheels as well both front and back. Apr 15, 2014
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Keith F asked: I have a 2012 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic full dresser with 10" windshield and short antennas, which is the best cover for my bike? Dec 29, 2013
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Craig S: Keith F
This is the second of this Dowco cover I've purchased over 10 yrs. Cover is durable and keeps moisture (rain,dew) off the bike. Its more expensive than other covers, but I know it performs as advertised so its inexpensive protection.
Jan 2, 2014
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Steve S asked: What size will fit best for the 2012 Honda Shadow Phantom 750? Dec 3, 2013
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Robert D: I cannot give you a good answer as to size for the 750 Honda, I can tell you that DOWCO recommended a large for my R 1200RT and it would have fit perfectly without the 49 Ltr top case. With the top case I needed an extra large and I like the way it fits.
I prefer the cover to completely cover the rotors and it stays put even in a very hard rain.

Bob
Dec 5, 2013
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Erik B asked: What is the pack size of the Weatherall compared to the Ultralite? Would the weatherall be feasible to throw into a Kriega US20 bag with some rain gear, little disc lock etc. It would be for a CBR250R so Sport size or medium size would be the one correct? Thanks Sep 1, 2013
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Rodney M: It fits my 2009 Ninja 250 perfectly. When placed in the included bag it's about 13x15 inches, about the size of a throw pillow for a sofa. I just roll up the cover and leave it at home. I have an old Oakley backpack that's about 14L and it pretty much takes up all the interior space. There is some room left, about the size of fanny pack or so. If the Kriega is 20L then you might have room for rain gear if it's packed about the size of a fanny pack. Oct 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size do you recommend for a 2010 Suzuki V-Strom 650 with Suzuki topbox and side cases May 20, 2013
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RevZilla: For my 2007 DL1000, with a Givi E55 Topcase and V35 Sidecases, I use the Adventure Touring size cover and it fits perfectly. May 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size do you think for a 2013 BMW K1600GTL? May 5, 2013
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RevZilla: For the BMW K1600GTL, we recommend the size XXL. May 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size for a Harley 2013 road king with backrest? Apr 6, 2013
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RevZilla: You'd be looking at an XL, as per the Dowco Fitment Guide. Apr 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: With the large engine sticking out, large windshield and large side bags, what size would I want to get the cover nearly all the way to the ground? Mar 29, 2013
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RevZilla: We would recommend a size large as it was developed to fit a bike with fairly slim panniers and very small top box. Apr 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size should I get for a 2001 Ducati Monster 600? Apr 2, 2013
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RevZilla: Both the Medium and Sport will work on the Ducati Monster 600. Apr 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: Suggested size is CR for 2012 Triumph Thunderbird with windshield, but you don't stock it?? Mar 23, 2013
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RevZilla: The Dowco XL will fit larger bikes with windshields including the Triumph Thunderbird. Mar 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: what size for a 2013 thruxton ?? Mar 9, 2013
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RevZilla: If you have stock or similar upswept exhaust on your Thruxton, we would recommend going with a size Medium. If you have converted to a Zard or similar high pipe system, you would benefit from the higher placed heat resistant panels in the size Sport. Mar 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the correct size for a BMW R1100S Boxer Cup replica? Jan 28, 2013
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RevZilla: I would recommend going with the "Sport" size. The MD may fit as well, but it's better to err on the side of larger rather than smaller. Jan 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you tell me what waterproof covers will work with my 1991 k100rs with integrate side cases? Ideally, I'd something light enough I can still stuff it into the seat cowl for storage. Oct 4, 2012
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RevZilla: Because you'll need to get the cover over both the front fairing and side cases, we recommend the size Large in the Dowco Weatherall Plus. Oct 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size to fit BMW K1600GTL Sep 19, 2012
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RevZilla: Your motorcycle requires a size 2XL Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover. Sep 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: With Honda saddlebags and trunk. Sep 7, 2012
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RevZilla: That depends on whether or not you are going to be using the cover with cases or not. If you do not plan on using the cases then a size Large will fit fine, however if you do plan on covering the bike with the cases we recommend going with an XL. Sep 7, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size "Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover" should I get?

Thanks,

Reid
Sep 4, 2012
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Vladimir: I have bought Sport size for Kawasaki ER-6f 650cc. It fits motorcycle up to bottom of the wheels.
After that I have installed top case and I am still using the same cover but it cannot cover complete motorcycle - middle of the rear wheel, bottom of the front wheel.
Feb 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size for a Honda CRB 250? Aug 19, 2012
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RevZilla: For a Honda CBR250 and all CBRs, we would recommend a size Medium. Aug 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size do you guys recommend for a Suzuki Tu250x, a Kawasaki KLR250, and a Triumph Bonneville? Jul 23, 2012
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RevZilla: We would recommend you a size Medium for all of these bikes. Jul 24, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size for a ZX14 to provide coverage to the ground? Jul 22, 2012
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RevZilla: We would recommend a size 2XL for the Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover for your Kawasaki ZX14. Jul 24, 2012
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A shopper asked: I don't have side bags, but I do have a bag in the back. Jun 29, 2012
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RevZilla: Dowco recommends a size MD for all Tigers, however the addition of a top-case may necessitate going up one size to a LG. Jul 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size would be required for a BMW F650GS with penniers (saddle bags) Jun 26, 2012
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RevZilla: Your motorcycle would require a size Large Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover. Jun 27, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size would be appropriate for a BMW 2006 K1200S with a 62" wheelbase, L or XL? Jun 21, 2012
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RevZilla: You will need a Large Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Covers for your K1200S Jun 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: what size should be ordered for a 2008 Honda shadow spirit 750, no windshield or passenger seat? Jun 13, 2012
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RevZilla: The Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover in a size Large will fit your Honda Shadow 750. Jun 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hey can anyone please help me find the propper size for a Harley Davidson Sportster 48? No windshield or other non standard parts added... Jun 11, 2012
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RevZilla: Dowco recommends a size medium for all Harley Sportsters, including the 48. Jun 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: First, why don't you have the fits listed for your sizes, instead of everyone having to ask individually?
So what size fits my HD Ultra Classic, and do they have openings for my antennas?

Thanks!
May 15, 2012
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RevZilla: Would that we could, but Dowco doesn't provide any fitment information for this cover. There would be no openings for the antennas since this cover is made to be waterproof. Depending on how much luggage or other accessories (like a windshield for example) you would likely be an XL or 2XL. May 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: Cover for a 2011 BMW F800R with 2 sport cases on each side. Regular BMW sport windshield. Apr 26, 2012
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RevZilla: We would recommend a size XL cover. Dowco recommends a size Large for the FS800R, however the added width from the BMW Sport Panniers side bags may cause a size Large cover to be too small. Apr 27, 2012
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A shopper asked: I just bought an 07 GSXR 750 and was wondering what size cover would fit the best for this bike? Mar 8, 2012
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RevZilla: For a 2007 GSXR 750e we would recommend a Medium Dowco Weatherall Plus Motorcycle Cover. May 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size for a 79 Harley sportster? Dec 12, 2011
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Chris K: Unless you have a windscreen and/or sidebags, I would recommend a size LG. Dec 14, 2011
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A shopper asked: What size for a 2006 R6 Yamaha? This is for a Christmas present for my son, and I don't want to ask him too many questions. Dec 6, 2011
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Bandit: My bike is very close in size and the large fits quite well. I applaud you for your choice, this cover will protect the bike from almost anything (not hail though). The best cover I have ever owned. Dec 10, 2011
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Don G asked: What size would fit a 2012 VStrom 650 with Trax Sidecase? Apr 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does anyone know what size would be suitable for a 2014 Honda CB500X? Apr 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, I am planning to order this product however can anyone confirm if the 'Size Sport' is going to fit my Triumph Scrambler 900? Mar 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: Size for 2012 Honda Shadow Phantom with saddlebags? Dec 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: I bought a 1980 Kawasaki kz650e. I want the cover to totally go over my wheels not stop halfway like in the picture. what is the best size to get for what I'm looking for? Sep 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: Size for 2013 Yamaha FZ6R May 13, 2013
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