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Topeak Bike Cover (Mountain Bikes)
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- Protects your mountain bike from the elements
- Measures 70 inches long by 24.8 wide by 39.4 inches tall; fits most mountain bikes
- Made of 190T nylon
- Quickly folds to a compact size
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|Package Height||2.8 x 5.9 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.65 pounds|
Easy to carry & store 300grams
Protect your bike from the elements with the Topeak Bike Cover. It quickly folds to a compact size for storage and just as quickly unfolds to offer weather-resistant protection for your mountain bike.
- Material: 190T nylon
- Dimensions: 70 by 24.8 by 39.4 inches (L x W x H)
- Weight: 10.56 ounces
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It's lined with a silky parachute material that makes it lightweight but easy to maneuver over bike components. The outside silver is also slick.
The black wheel, seat, and handlebar outlines are quite handy and the contrasting material looks good.
It's nicely shaped to a bike's outline.
The light elastic at the bottom is some help to keep it curved to the bike. A clip is needed under the bottom bracket to keep it on securely in wind.
It's fairly sturdy without being stiff plastic.
Pouch is too small to cram it back in easily and without risking tearing the material with the zipper. I wondered why such a tiny pouch.
Why is the cover so short? The bottom quarter or more of a 26" bike are exposed to rain. Lot of important components down there. My tiny folding bike has 20" wheels, and the cover still doesn't reach to the ground in front. I would never have been able to use this on my good Blur.
The seat and handlebars and any other components touched by the cover are damp with moisture in the mornings. Dew seeps through. Most rain rolls off, but moisture still gets through. I've had this problem with a previous cover, and I just keep a plastic bag for over the seat and handlebars at night. Then I put the cover over that.
I store my bike outside under a bush in an area mostly shielded from wind and sun, so while it has stood up well to sub-freezing and triple-digit temperatures, heavy rain, dense pollen from surrounding orchards, some gusty winds, and bird doo, it has not been exposed to much direct sun or strong or prolonged winds. The durability is more than adequate for my needs. So far there are no tears, blemishes, or leaks and it still looks nearly new, but more to the point, so does my bike.
AFTER TWO YEARS: I'm now living in a place with less shelter, so the best I can do is park it against an outside wall. The bike cover has been exposed to high winds, heavy rains, temps down to 20F and up to 114F. It is in direct sun for several hours each day. The bike cover is still looks good, has zero rips or tears, and without last year's plastic bags, it still protected my bike and accessories through this past Northern California winter. I have no complaints.
January 9, 2011: I thought it might be helpful to report I'm still using these after more than 3 years and they are still in great shape. The elastic is even still good. When I hose off the porch, I blast these (on the bicycles) to knock the dust off so they've had their share of abuse. I continue to be very pleased with them.
This is for SMALLER mountain bikes (for small women's bikes, teen and child's bikes), not for men's bikes and large women's frames with larger wheel sets. Measure your bikes prior to buying this, because it may not fit your bike! Caution. It is very thin, as well, and seems like it may rip with lots of use. It also doesn't fit over my handlebars well, and also doesn't allow your wheels to rotate underneath it. All in all, for this chick who does a fair amount of travel and competition with her bike, this doesn't work.