I’m recommending this to anyone that doesn’t want to carry a full sized cover with them and wants to keep the rain (leaves,snow, bird stuff or people) off of their bike.
It’s a small size cover (as by the name) which covers the seat and tank area.
Comes with a “bumbag” which I clip round under the tail section of my bike rather than on myself.
The bag has two pockets which will store the cover and bits but will also carry smaller items if needed.
It also came with a small wirelock which amazed me (never seen one before lol)
For the price you’re getting a lot of GOOD product and fantastic customer service.
Thank you Bikeini
With most motorbike stands at car parks being out in the open this is a genius solution, silly name aside. It’s thin but well made, it comes with thermal covers for the mirrors, a bum bag and an Abus cable lock to prevent people from nicking it. When not used it folds to a very small size and it’s permanently in my backpack. It obviously doesn’t cover the bike fully but I needed something to cover the instrument panel and the yoke area from the rain and this covers a lot more than that, running the entire length of the bike.
In terms of the time it takes to put it on, after the first 3-4 times, it takes me only a couple of minutes although I have left the two elastic cords permanently on to save me time.
Size, I would suggest going one size up from what you think you need as I discovered the recommended size only goes up to the tank.
When I tried the fit the bejesus sized manufacturers cover to my jetbike, I fell into the lake – twice!
Now I just clip the WetBikekini on and leave it parked on the lake – I can remove it in seconds and stow it in the box.
Easy…what a simple idea that works so well.
– Warren Montgomery / Ponhook Lake, Bridgewater, Canada
Quote from: Billy from the USA. “We were touring the West Coast on our Harleys, whenever we stopped at diners and such, we would find idiot tourists sitting on our bikes outside taking trophy photos, mine was the only one not badly scratched as I fitted my Bikekini each stop. The Bro’s have bought them since..thanks for a great product”
Quote from Stephan living in Hamburg, Germany. “My wife and I were once caught in an impossible rainstorm in Greece in the middle of nowhere whilst touring on our BMW GS, how convenient would it have been to pull over and to be able to pop up a rainproof shelter in seconds. That one storm completely ruined the whole trip…she never came with me again…she even tried to get me to sell the bike afterwards!”.
Quote from Michael, living in:Peterborough, England. “I once embarrassingly spent more than an hour trying to find my bike amongst thousands of others at a major sporting event, I never realised how many people owned the same bike as me”.
Insight from: Colin living in United Arab Emirates. “I have burnt my butt and inner thighs more times than I care to mention whilst living overseas for 15 years in hot & humid climates, where leathers are virtually impossible to wear. Finding shade to park is sometimes near impossible.”
41% of bikers who fall off in the wet claim their leathers were too slippy on a bike that had been soaked whilst parked – details from more than 2,000 bike insurance claims.