Protect Your Bike with a Dowco Cover While Waiting for the Next Riding Season - Yamaha Star Stryker Motorcycle Forum
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Old 12-25-2019, 03:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Protect Your Bike with a Dowco Cover While Waiting for the Next Riding Season

The Manitowoc, WI-based Dowco company has been producing high-quality textile, leather, and molded plastics products for different industries for almost a century now. Its powersports division works closely with such motorcycle manufacturers as Harley-Davidson, Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, and others to offer OEM parts and accessories for their bikes.

Today, let us introduce you to the line of premium-quality motorcycle covers by Dowco. The company offers a variety of covers for all kinds of applications and bike models. For those who keep their machines in the garage, Dowco offers an indoor dust cover made from breathable fabrics able to protect your bike from dust, mildew buildup, and even minor damage. Riders who are forced to store their motorcycles outside will find heavy-duty WeatherAll Dowco covers very useful. They are made from waterproof polyester fabrics featuring taped seams and belly straps protecting your machine from direct sunlight, rain, snow, and unwanted attention.

Dowco® - Guardian Indoor Dust™ Motorcycle Cover -

Soft cotton fabric ideal for indoor storage
“Napped” interior protects paint, chrome, and other surfaces
Breathable fabric allows moisture to escape
Shock cord in hem
Reinforced grommets allow the use of a cable lock (not included)

Dowco® - Guardian WeatherAll Motorcycle Cover -

300D Coated waterproof polyester material
Taped seams
The gray color is great for sun protection
Best for stationary everyday indoor/outdoor use
Storage bag included

Dowco® - Guardian WeatherAll Plus™ EZ Zip Motorcycle Cover -

Heavy-duty waterproof polyester material
Taped seams
Alarm-ready design with a pocket for the Dowco Guardian™
Best for stationary everyday indoor/outdoor use

Dowco® - Guardian UltraLite Plus Gray/Silver Motorcycle Cover -

75D Rip-stop polyester material with polyurethane and mildew-resistant undercoating for enhanced water & mildew resistance.
Lightweight, designed for travel when space is a concern
Compression storage bag included for quick and easy storage
When the cover is in use, this exterior storage compartment can be used for gloves, sunglasses, or other items
The soft cotton insert protects the windshield
Elastic shock cord is sewn into the bottom of the cover to provide a snug fit
Polyester webbing belly strap is sewn in to prevent the cover from coming off in high winds
Plastic grommets allow the use of a cable to lock the cover to the bike

Dowco® 26038-00 - Guardian™ Cover Alarm -

Add extra security to any Guardian WeatherAll Plus Cover
Emits an ~130dB warning when the cover is removed
Battery-powered (9-volt) – no special wiring required
Installs in minutes with no tools

Besides high-quality bike covers for indoor, outdoor, and travel use, Dowco offers a wide variety of luggage systems and saddlebags that will surely fit your Yamaha Star Stryker.
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