I have A Dowco weatherall EZ-Zip and it works well, easy to get on and off.. I don't remember the size it's probably the XXL. I got it for my 2004 Kingpin and it fit perfect, it's a little tight on the Vision, but it still covers it well. I only use it on trips when I have to park the bike outside. It has sat through a pretty good rain storm and the bike was nice and dry when the cover is removed.
I have a bunch of covers in my cellar from 8 or 10 different bikes. Dollar for dollar Dowco is good but if you live in a rainy area you will find that almost any cover will mildew, then weaken and finally fail.
At the moment I'm using a Vic factory cover for my 11 XC and am satisfied with it.
I have a cycle shell I used when I didn't have a garage for a year. It is awsome and that was in NJ with lots of snow. Just keep the snow cleared off. I also have a Guardian water proof cover I use from time to time when i have the motorcycle with me in the motorhome. The Guardian cover is heavy duty, works great and is well worth the price. But is does not pack small, so not for hauling around with you unless you have a dedicated side bag for it.
I would actually sell my cycle shell but shipping would cost more than the product I suspect.
Ok, I know this has been discussed in the past but I'm still confused...
I purchased LED turn signals to replace the rear stock signals (for now). Kuryakyn part # 2527 from Kuryakyn. The instructions state "may need load equalizer" but does not give a part number. There is no amperage info of...
Hi all, thought I share a bit of info and hopefully some pics about my custom build here in England
over here Victorys are pretty rare in comparison to a lot of bikes
to me that seemed like a perfect choice of engine for a custom chop build
as far as Im aware it is currently the only vic 106...
I have been doing quit a bit of riding but for the last month or so I have had a loud clunking like rattle from the rear of the bike every time I hit a bump or rough road. As hard as I tried, I could not find the source of the noise.
The other day I worked on the rear brake caliper, thinking it...
This is an odd one. I have a 2014 victory vision in the shop and the ignition is always on so the only way to kill the engine is to use the stop switch. Is this an ignition switch problem or something else.
I am guessing this is one of those "never seen this before" deals