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Waterproof Bike Rain Dustproof Cover

Waterproof Bike Rain Dustproof Cover

Regular price €59,00 EUR
Regular price Sale price €59,00 EUR
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*1. Material: 210T taffeta+PVC

*2. Dimensions: 

*3.Product size: 200*110*70cm

*4.Packing size: 25*27.5*3cm



*1. Made of 210T taffeta fabric, PVC with UV & waterproof coating to protect bicycles or motorcycles from weather, dust, dirt and sun damage.

*2. Double-stitched elastic hem and special-designed buckle for a snug fit keep it secure on windy days.

*3. Lock hole design at the part of the front wheel allows you to use a bike lock when covering on, keep your bike safe and anti-theft.

*4. With a reflective patch on it and it can be used as a handle to hang up the cover for drying and storage.

*5. Two styles for selection, including bike cover and motorbike cover.


The product may vary slightly in color and measurement.

Package Includes:

1 x Bike/Motorbike Cover

🚚 Shipping - Free shipping on all orders to anywhere in Ireland and Europe. 7-15 business days delivery time. 
💝 Return & Refund Guarantee - 30 Days Hassle Free Returns & 12 Months Warranty. Please refer to t&C . 
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*Accesories shown in the pictures may be optional or available to buy seperately

*Product specifications like battery are directly mentioned by manufacturers and they are under optimum test conditions, they may vary with external factors 

Disclaimer:- Its completely legal to buy, sell and own an e-scooter in Ireland. At the moment, privately-owned electric scooters are illegal to use on the public highway in Ireland & the UK. However they can be ridden on private land.

Update:19th october :-legislation has been approved by Cabinet and is sent to Oireachtas for approval of scooters on Irish roads