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Anti-dust scratch-proof wheels/frame storage bag 29 inch bike for £14.62 delivered from Spain @ AliExpress Deals / West Biking Equipment Co.
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Anti-dust scratch-proof wheels/frame storage bag 29 inch bike for £14.62 delivered from Spain @ AliExpress Deals / West Biking Equipment Co.

£14.62£26.6745%AliExpress Deals
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Posted 4th MarShipping from Spain

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This is possibly the greatest thing I've found on AliExpress. An artic fox, a bike cover, stretchy fabric. Done. There is only one left of this design, but several others have more stock. For £14.62 delivered, it could be yours.

1.Easy to use, store and disassemble, perfect for indoors.

2. Prevent sand, mud and other from being brought into a room and walls from getting dirty by bicycle tires.

3. Bicycle cover for indoor floor and wall protection from getting dirty (apartment, home, office, car).

4. Suitable for mountain bike, road bike, folding bike, etc.


Specifications
  • Brand Name: West Biking
  • Model Number: YP0719219-0719225
  • Item Name: Bike Cover
  • Size L: Fit 27.5-29" MTB/road bike
  • Material: Polyester + Spandex
  • Feature: Dust-Proof, Scratch-proof


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Anti dust - great!
Remember, it's important to keep dust off those wheels before you send them down a hill and cover them in mud.
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The video is funny, putting an anti-scratch cover on whilst dragging the handlebars and the seat across the concrete!
Had one of these from Amazon. Clone of velosock. It ripped literally the first time I used it.
csdt304/03/2020 19:26

Had one of these from Amazon. Clone of velosock. It ripped literally the …Had one of these from Amazon. Clone of velosock. It ripped literally the first time I used it.


That's what concerned me as I've found some of these types of items are not worth skimping on. Have you used an official velosock?
Anti dust - great!
Remember, it's important to keep dust off those wheels before you send them down a hill and cover them in mud.
Johnmcl704/03/2020 19:36

That's what concerned me as I've found some of these types of items are …That's what concerned me as I've found some of these types of items are not worth skimping on. Have you used an official velosock?


I haven't unfortunately. I received it as a gift and didn't really have a need for it but decided to give it a try anyway.
cold-ish. I have several of these as I routinely take bikes to races in the back of my dayvan they do work well but arent really robust. I would never pay more than a tenner delivered .I now buy them from Ebay and the last ones cost £7.35 ea delivered on a buy it now in january this year. Periodically they come up on amazon cheap as well. The seller I use is in UK and they arrive within 48hrs but judging by the photos they are all made in the same chinese factories . Be wary some seem to be much smaller than others and wont take a road bike or a 29in MTB so be prepared to have to return them
I'd have thought rust would be one of the biggest reasons for buying a storage bag and this thing is next to useless for that.
ryan_wason04/03/2020 20:17

Anti dust - great!Remember, it's important to keep dust off those wheels …Anti dust - great!Remember, it's important to keep dust off those wheels before you send them down a hill and cover them in mud.


Track riders often use wheel covers to keep their tyres fastidiously clean while transporting bikes. You really don't want any contamination on your tyres when riding on the boards! Probably also useful when loading filthy CX bikes into the back of the family camper after a race when you'd rather not have muddy tyre marks all over the furniture. (to be clear - I'd probably want two separate bags for these two use cases )

These seem a pretty good alternative to normal wheel covers, although I'd share other concerns about the quality not being up to the level of the "proper" version.
Edited by: "daern" 5th Mar
csdt304/03/2020 19:26

Had one of these from Amazon. Clone of velosock. It ripped literally the …Had one of these from Amazon. Clone of velosock. It ripped literally the first time I used it.


toad67904/03/2020 22:00

cold-ish. I have several of these as I routinely take bikes to races in …cold-ish. I have several of these as I routinely take bikes to races in the back of my dayvan they do work well but arent really robust. I would never pay more than a tenner delivered .I now buy them from Ebay and the last ones cost £7.35 ea delivered on a buy it now in january this year. Periodically they come up on amazon cheap as well. The seller I use is in UK and they arrive within 48hrs but judging by the photos they are all made in the same chinese factories . Be wary some seem to be much smaller than others and wont take a road bike or a 29in MTB so be prepared to have to return them


Good to know.
Ideal for hosting your turbo bike in the wolves den.
I have a velosock and it's pretty good... it does have to be sturdy to stretch so much,so I'm guessing that a chinese clone is going to be pretty bad.
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