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M & S Motorcycle Cover - MTR Range

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These covers are made from 78.5% PVC, 6.5% viscose and 15% polyester. They have a special PVC sheet coupled with thick non-woven polyester lining, enabling the cover to be placed on a hot bike. The cover is elasticised on the front and rear to ensure a snug fit to the machine. The seams are electro welded for 100% waterproofing. It has centre eyelets for securing with a padlock.

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      30.05.2002 00:20

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      M & S Covers produce a very large range of high quality motorcycle covers ranging from light weight dust covers to the top of the range heavy duty waterproof cover reviewed here. The cover I have is the MTR cover made from a mixture of PVC, viscose and polyester and is complete with a thick polyester lining that makes it suitable for placing against a hot engine without any damage. The lining also seems to help prevent those tiny scratches you can get from canvas covers. The fit of the MTR cover is very good partly due to the elasticated front and rear sections but also due to it's shape and design. I normally have problems actually fitting the cover over my bike, due to the wind blowing the cover back into my face (I must looked like an extra from carry on camping) or the cover not staying in place once I have it over the front or the back of the bike. With the MTR cover I have no such problems, I just hook the front of the cover over the bike and due to the elasticated front section that grips against the bottom of the front tyre and then I simply draw back the cover over the rest of the bike. The cover is well made, easy to fit and can be placed over a hot engine. At the end of the day does exactly what it's supposed to do.

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