I've never covered a motorcycle during storage before, but it seemed a pity to let this beautiful machine get a thick layer of dust on it. I opted to use a large cotton table cloth that should be able to "breathe". The bike is in the garage where it gets just slightly warmer than outdoors in the winter. Winters around here generally run in the teens & 20's but occasionally dip below 0.
A friend of mine said that even though the cover is porous and the bike is indoors, I'll still get condensation on the bike when the weather goes through wide temperature swings.
Anybody seen this? I could see a non-breathing cover doing this, but this is exactly why I chose the tablecloth.
Opinions/experiences? Push comes to shove and I'll just let the bike get dusty rather than having a buildup of damaging condensation, especially in a garage where I park two salt laden cars.
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