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PBK Bikeskirt - £14.53 delivered @ ProBikeKit

£14.53 @ ProBikeKit
PBK Bikeskirt - £14.53 delivered @ ProBikeKit Was £29.35 Protective bike skirt that acts as a dirt and moisture trap. * Protect the interior of your vehicle from dirt, moisture and scratc… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
PBK Bikeskirt - £14.53 delivered @ ProBikeKit

Was £29.35

Protective bike skirt that acts as a dirt and moisture trap.

* Protect the interior of your vehicle from dirt, moisture and scratches while bike is in transit.
* Protect your floors/carpets from dirt and moisture while your bike is inside - you don't have to make sure your bike is clean and dry before taking it in!
* Protect your bike whilst in storage.
* Fits securely round the wheels with an elastic adjustable drawstring.
* Includes a handy compact storage bag for the skirt for when it's not in use.
* Perfect option if you don't need a full storage bag or case.
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
i never thought my bike needed a skirt.. thanks for giving me the idea :D
#2
Won't the rain/moisture just pour in the top though?
#3
Bet it slows the bike down a bit!
#4
It's not meant to be used outside/longterm (get a tarp for that), it's for putting on your bike so you don't get your car/house dirty.
I might get one as I have to keep my bike in the kitchen :/
#5
£13.07 with discount.

Great price and stops the OH moaning about mud on the floor.:thumbsup:
#6
Would this protect my bike while it's on a roofrack (obviously I'd have to buy the kind that takes the bikes upside-down) or would it just blow off?

Alternatively any suggestions for something that would (preferably the right way up as those kind of racks seem cheaper/more common?

thanks
#7
nadnerb
It's not meant to be used outside/longterm (get a tarp for that), it's for putting on your bike so you don't get your car/house dirty.
I might get one as I have to keep my bike in the kitchen :/
Ahhh, got ya. Thanks nadnerb.
#8
Is this so I can ride my bike side saddle??





I'll get my coat:whistling:

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