Whats a bike cover that is small enough to fit in a tourmaster saddlebag, but big enough to cover a Stryker? Where I work at it is very dusty and I also hate leaving the bike in the parking lot during rain.
I use a Paul Jr. Designs cover, which I purchased at Walmart for $55 bucks ( http://www.walmart.com/ip/Paul-Jr.-Deluxe-Motorcycle-Cover-Cruise/16777850 ), with the batwing, saddlebags and sissybar it covers just fine, doesn't go all the way down the front tire but when I bought the cruiser model the day I bought the bike I had no idea I would be adding all those things lol. It's actually very well made with draw strings to tighten it up and cloth liner for your windshield area. As for size I think it's just a matter of packing, it comes with a bag to repack it in. It says it's only water resistant but I haven't had any problem with it leaking. I use it at work because of dust also, (platinum dust is a p.i.t.a. to get off).
Nelson Riggs Falcon defender 2000 size XL. Comes with a pouch that will fit in that saddlebag or you can wear it as a backpack. It is very sturdy and also has a lifetime warranty. Retails for $69.95 but depending where you buy it it could be cheaper.
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