- Made from 300D stock-dyed woven polyester for all season protection
- Water and UV-resistant fabric safeguards motorcycle year-round
- 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
Lightweight yet still durable, Covermates WeatherTite Prime covers are designed for climates with moderate humidity, low to moderate direct sunlight, low to moderate wind gusts, and heavy rain and snowfall. Our WeatherTite Prime covers always stay soft and supple while providing outstanding protection from the elements year-round, making them ideal for any outdoor situation.
Having to clean your motorcycle before being able to go for a ride is both time-consuming and frustrating. From snowstorms and freezing rain to harsh sunlight and sticky pollen, your bike is exposed to it all. Investing in a WeatherTite Prime cover will not only save you time, but also money. Leaving your motorcycle unprotected, especially outdoors, can result in expensive repairs. Ensure your motorcycle is ready when you are with a WeatherTite Prime cover.
Details That Matter
Our WeatherTite Prime covers are made from 300D piece-dyed polyester with double-stitched seams for durability in harsh weather. Two covered mesh vents promote breathability to prevent mold and mildew growth. Plus, a shock cord 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.