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Nelson-Rigg UV-2000 Half Cover


  • Specially treated "UV Protected" nylon
  • Blocks out 99%+ of sun's harmful UV rays and protects against all natural elements
  • All seams electronically heat sealed to be completely 100% waterproof
  • Snug elastic bottom allows for snug fit on all shapes
  • Sewn in elastic bungees for universal mounting
  • Packed in its own fanny pack
  • When folded, it's small enough to fit in almost any storage compartment
  • 1 year "No Hassle" warranty
  • Sizes M/L/XL to fit every bike
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Nelson-Rigg UV-2000 Half Cover 4.7 5 63 63
Large fits 2014 KTM 1190r I'm not sure of the Durability as I have just gotten it but it seems to be made well. The main reason for the review is to let you know that the size large does fit a KTM 1190r. I'm not sure if it's big enough to cover the panniers (which are not in yet), but it does cover the cowling to the rear rack which is what I was looking for. I'll try to up load a picture when I get one. February 19, 2015
Better than expected I commute to work 5 days a week and my bike sits in the sun all day. I got this cover hoping that it slows down the fading of the anodized parts on my bike and the other damaging affects of the sun. I got a size medium to cover my 2013 ZX10R. Great fit on the bike, nice and snug like I had hoped. Easy to carry since it folds up nicely and it stores neatly in it's own bag. It doesn't even take a minute to put it on and it comes off just as easily. That is including taking it out of it's bag unfolding when I park and folding it back up to store it before I leave. It seems very durable. Hopefully it will last through another summer. I definitely feel it is worth getting. February 6, 2015
excellent protection though haven't tested in snow yet (thank goodness) We've been using these Half-covers for a few months now. They have Velcro straps that fasten under the front fender and loops for the footpegs (front and rear). We got the medium size to fit on our KTM 500 and Husky TE250, so not big bikes. The covers fit well though the footpeg loops need to stretch quite a bit (and they do) to reach the pegs but they do a good job of keeping the covers fitting tightly. Neither of our bikes have rear pegs so have no idea how those fit. In heavy rain and dew, there's been no dampness (rain or condensation) under the covers, nor frost. In winds up to 40mph, the covers have been fine! With our dirt bikes' high exhausts, we can't put the covers on until cool but that's not the covers' fault. We leave (empty) soft luggage on the bikes and the covers wrap around them well. Each cover comes in a fanny pack-style stuff bag if you use those, we don't but two covers in a compression bag are about the size of a softball; perhaps could be smaller but we don't have a smaller compression bag. I rated the Comfort section high because it's nice not to have frost or a wet seat in the morning. Style is high because the cover pattern is well fitted to the bikes even with hand guards and soft luggage. Protection and Durability is high due to the waterproofness and lasting in the winds. Air Flow is high due to no dampness underneath. Features is dinged one because every time I stretch the loops over the pegs it feels like they're going to break; I think a less stretchy but sturdier material would be better. Bang for the Buck is very good as the covers are much lighter, portable, non-condensing, and fitted than a cheap blue tarp with bungee. January 26, 2015
Quality has gone downhill I previously had one of these for 3-4 seasons, and it worked great. When that one wore out, I bought another in the same size. Not only was the new one too small, but the manufacturer had done away with the soft liner on the inside. So I ordered one in the correct size, but it only lasted a season (2014) before it had torn laterally in two places. I will not buy another one. December 25, 2014
This product fits Victory Cross Country Tour I couldn't find a half cover that was made specifically for a Victory Cross Country Tour. I gambled on the Nelson-Rigg UV-2000 based on a blog I read that it would fit. It fit perfectly even with my optional touring windshield. I used the cover every day on a three week trip and it held up great. November 17, 2014
Perfect cover for traveling This cover wins a big thumbs up. Has all the features you look for in a cover. Its water resistant and mildew resistant as well. It fits well in a tank bag and I can have it out of the bag and installed in less than one minute. It doesn't mind being rolled or bunched up and put away in its carry bag. No matter how I fold it or not fold it the cover is always back in shape and doing its job when I install it. Do yourself a favor and get this for yourself or someone you know. Either way you can't go wrong. November 17, 2014
Perfect fit BMW R1200 rt Fits perfectly vs BMW brand which did not. Very well made and have used in wind as well. October 20, 2014
Made my 1500 mile trip better! First, cudos to Revzilla for getting this to me soo quickly! Ordered by phone on Friday. Tech geek checked, in stock in Vegas. Received the cover Monday morning with their free shipping! I purchased the XL cover for my 2013 Multistrada S Touring. Fits ideally, covering the panniers below mid bag. Snugs up under the license plate frame, two straps hold her down mid bike at the pillions's foot pegs. The front goes well over the handlebars, larger windscreen, and again snugs up under the front fender. The cover is light, seems well stitched. Kept the heavy coastal fog off my bike. With just an extra minute folds back into the "butt pack bag" that comes with it. I strapped the bag on, reversed it so the bag was in front of me, and easily fit the cover in! Improvements? I'm going to mark the cover so I can put the front forward easily. It could well be my imagination but it seemed to fit better one way than the other. Also going to glue on some reflective spots to identify the top seams so I can get it centered in the dark. Yup, I shouldn't wait to find a camp til then, but California's northern coast is addicting. October 13, 2014
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Nelson-Rigg UV-2000 Half Cover
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
JEREMY E: Used this cover for many years. Small stash size and covers just enough to protect from the sun. Mar 15, 2015
Rodney T: I saw it in Motorcycle Consumer News. Mar 12, 2015
graham p: useful for my motorcycle Feb 24, 2015
Dennis M: I needed something light and packable to keep the dust and dew off my bike and riding gear while camping. I'm hoping this size large fits the ktm 1190r. Feb 11, 2015
Lauren G: light weight, packable. This is a nice portable raincover for work in the winter. Feb 1, 2015
Stephen S: I used one of these for years and really liked it so I got another when it wore out. Oct 11, 2014
Sterling P: To keep the sun and other elements off of the seat and dash of my Monster Sep 29, 2014
johnny r: Riding is the rain is respectable, parking in it, is not! Aug 18, 2014
Jonathan B: I wanted something small and light weight to keep my bike covered while traveling. Space is a major concern, followed by price. Aug 1, 2014
Chris S: I wanted a half cover for work that would protect my bikes vitals from the sun and keep any light rain off. Jul 30, 2014
Michael M: Quick on/off feature, good price. Jul 10, 2014
AJ S: This cover was chosen because of reading a number of feedbacks on the item. I have a full cover (different brand) and it is a real PITA trying to deal with it on the road. I hope to find a way to fasten this to the tail of the bike in some sort of rolled up permanent fashion that will allow the cover to be deployed and cover the bike in a few seconds and then just as easily rolled back up and tucked away in a pouch. That way it will always be with bike and easily used whenever needed. Jul 5, 2014
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Dave W: only wanted to cover top half of bike. May 30, 2014
Adam K: Very happy with this purchase. Great cover for overnight security while on the road. It takes up very little space. May 10, 2014
Soren P: Lack of shaded motorcycle parking at work. South Texas sun is murder on most vehicles! May 5, 2014
John K: This item was favorably reviewed in BMW Owners News. Apr 28, 2014
John H: Shopped the market for a travel half cover for my R12GS on trip to AK, and this looks like a decent cover which packs small. Apr 25, 2014
Kevin R: Needed a cover for work that was compact to carry and I could put on my bike without waiting for it to cool down. Apr 24, 2014
John E: Light weight, small and good reviews. Apr 13, 2014
Nathan D: Looking for an inexpensive way to protect my bike from the elements since I don't have a garage. Apr 11, 2014
Reza E: Will need a cover for out and about/work. No wet seat for me. Mar 12, 2014
DEAN U: I chose this becase it was something to blow my Zilla Cash on. ANd perhaps I thought it might come in handy. Never used it. Mar 3, 2014
Alex A: Cheap, but well-made and minimal bulk. Jan 21, 2014
Michael F: Small and lightweight enough for my commute to work. Jan 11, 2014
R D: recommended by a friend Oct 28, 2013
Long P: My old one is torn so time for a new one. I like to keep the heat out while park at work. Sep 26, 2013
Fleming W: protection for overnight trips Sep 3, 2013
Kevin H: Good price, packs small, attaches really well. Aug 28, 2013
brian h: didn't like the full cover on trips, works perfect on my r1200rt Aug 19, 2013
A shopper asked: it comes in 3 sizes and you don't explain the sizes?? Aug 4, 2011
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SAAVA: Check out the size chart. A sport bike under 750cc is a Medium and that is what I purchased for my FZ6. While seemingly a little tight at first, it loosened up and works perfectly for me. May 14, 2012
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Chris K: As a general guideline, the MD will work for 750 and under, the LG for 1250 and under and the XL for anything over 1250, but obvious each bike is different depending on shape and possible accessories. Aug 5, 2011
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Friday: If you call customer service, someone will be more than happy to help you select the appropriate cover for your bike once they know the exact brand/model and any mods you may have made. Aug 25, 2011
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CrazyFred: I have a HD Ultra Classic. For that big of a bike you need XL. Pick your size as you work your way down in bike size. Sep 19, 2011
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A shopper asked: What about fitment on tour packs with antennas? Does it come with slits or holes? Or would I have to cut my own? Jul 1, 2014
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William M. B: Unfortunately, there are no slits or holes in this cover. Nice cover though. Jul 2, 2014
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William T: You would have to cut your own antenna holes. Jul 1, 2014
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Ray B: It does not come with holes Jul 1, 2014
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H Ross R: NO Jul 26, 2014
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Carlos L asked: ?? Re: Nelson-Rigg UV-2000 Half Cover. Please indicate to me which size is best for my 1998 BMW R1200C w/side bags (panniers). May 27, 2014
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William M. B: Carlos, the biggest one you can get. I have a 2011 R1200 RT with a top box. I bought the largest half-cover available. It fits, but just barely. It will cover your top box, but will only sit on the top of your panniers. Nice half-cover though! Hope that helps. William M. May 28, 2014
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Maureen W: I purchased the medium for my bmw f800st and it fits tight. I would purchase the large to cover the panniers...hope this helps. Safe riding....motomo May 28, 2014
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William T: Definitely the extra large. May 28, 2014
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H Ross R: Probably XL to cover panniers but a Large will cover everything but the panniers. Jul 26, 2014
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Franklin C asked: Any idea what size my Iron 883 needs? Mar 8, 2015
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Bob S: I bought the cover for my wife's F800ST BMW and the cover is a touch big for it but that's a good thing. I would think this would cover an 883 Iron with room to spare and that is preferable to too small. The cover is well made and has held up well. Mar 8, 2015
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Bob S: We tried the MD for the F800ST and returned it for the LG Mar 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: Trying to decide on a Medium or Large for a stock 2001 Honda VFR800. The bike doesn't have any bags or panniers etc. Anyone have any advice? Sep 8, 2014
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Brian K: I purchased a large. I use it on both a K1300S (when the panniers are installed, it just covers the tops) and a TL1000R (without panniers). The TL1000R would be the closest to your application. It fits well over the front, with a little extra room in the back (side to side), but length-wise a good fit. You could probably get away with the medium, but the large isn't going to be all that bad of a fit. It would give you the option of bags if you later decide to add hard or soft bags to your bike. On both bikes, I have never had any problems with figment with respect to wind or rain. It does it's job well. I would have to mention, after about 3 years of use, the elastic straps have stretched slightly, but they still work to secure the cover to the bike. I am pleased with the cover and how compact it is vs another cover I have that packs much larger. Sep 12, 2014
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Frank R: I bought an XL size and use it on my Triumph Sprint GT - it fits well. I'm able to get it over the side bags also, but not the trunk and side bags. The width is a bit tight over the bags. I think the length fits just about right. The cover has tie-down loops that go around your foot pegs to keep it from blowing off, and an adjustment strap (velcro) to tighten up the fit under the front/rear.

Not sure how much shorter a VFR is compared to the Sprint, but you should be able to find the measurements online somewhere.
Sep 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Nelson-Rigg UV-2000 Half Cover. What best size fits a DL650? Jun 18, 2011
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ThatFixedIt: I have a size XL cover on a DL 650 with Jesse luggage (large square panniers), Givi V46 topcase (big one), and a tall windscreen (V-Stream). It is a tight fit, but covers everything. The foot peg straps just barely reach at max stretch. It fits more comfortably with just the top case; or with side bags but no topcase. Since I normally take the top case into the motel or tent and leave the Jesse pannier mounted, this works out well. WIth no luggage, it simply covers more of the back of the motorcycle. In all cases, the seat, tank bag, and electronics stay dry in wind and rain. I wouldn't want to try a smaller size with any topcase or side bags. Aug 8, 2011
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ZepRider: A fully loaded DL650 with a 36 liter top case and 21 liter side cases requires and extra large cover. Larger luggage would mean less coverage around them but the important areas will be protected. Jun 20, 2011
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A shopper asked: Which size would best fit BMW F650GS Twin with tall windshield, panniers and top box? Without top box or panniers? Oct 21, 2014
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William M. B: Probably the XL. I use it to cover my 2011 RT and 49L Givi Top Box. It's a tights fit and I have to put the windshield all the way down. Good luck! Nov 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Just wondering which size will best fit a Suzuki Burgman 400 with windshield & driver's backrest? Jul 26, 2014
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H Ross R: I have a large on my Vstrom DL1000. It is plenty long and goes from fender to fender. It is wide enough to cover the mirrors and "barkbuster" hand protectors. It is not however long enough to go over my Pelican Case panniers but I don't consider that a problem at all. Hope this helps. Jul 26, 2014
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