- Made from thick 12-gauge commercial vinyl
- Polyester lining for extra strength and stability
- Shock cord hem provides a tight, secure fit during transport and storage
- Built-in covered mesh vents allow for maximum air circulation under cover
- Two heavy duty buckle straps to secure cover during trailering and storage
- Reinforced sewn in tie down loops around cover for extra security
- Underside heat-resistant panels protect from hot engine/exhaust parts
- Built-in grommets for optional cable lock provide extra security
Created with thick 12-gauge commercial vinyl with a woven polyester lining, Covermates RainBlock Prime covers are designed for climates with moderate humidity, moderate direct sunlight, low to moderate wind gusts, and heavy to extreme rain and snowfall. Our RainBlock Prime covers are economically priced without sacrificing durability, ensuring that your investments stay clean and protected.
Nothing beats the thrill of speeding down a country road on a motorcycle. But after a sudden rainstorm, you may wake up to a wet, dirt-covered seat. Plus, you may wake up one spring morning to find your handlebars covered with tree sap and bird droppings. End those problems with a RainBlock motorcycle cover. This cover will keep your bike clean year-round, so it's ready to ride when you are.
Details That Matter
Our RainBlock Prime covers are made from 12-gauge vinyl with a polyester lining for stability. Two covered mesh vents promote breathability to prevent mold and mildew growth. Underside heat-resistant panels protect from hot engine/exhaust parts. Plus, a shock cord elastic hem, securing buckle straps, tie-down loops, and reinforced grommets provide excellent security on windy days.
How to Measure Your Motorcycle
Before you order your motorcycle cover, you will need to carefully measure it to ensure you are selecting the right one. Our guide below will walk you through the steps to correctly and accurately measure your motorcycle to ensure you get the best fit.
*Measure in a straight line across your motorcycle, do not measure any contours
*Measure in a straight line across your motorcycle, do not measure any contours.