The Cycle Sack is theonly motorcycle bag of its kind on the market. It is designed to protect and secure your entire motorcycle. While our competitors sell covers that are open to allow mice and squirrels to chew up your electrical systems and seats, The Cycle Sack’s fully enclosed bottom will discourage criminals and pesky rodents from getting to your bike.
Once securely closed and padlocked, the thief will move on to other easier targets.
There is no other cover that can protect like The Cycle Sack. It’s made in America with American labor and American pride.
Special Features: The bottom is made with 1000 denier, Heavy Duty Nylon fabric capable of withstanding years of use. The Cycle Sack is made with water repellant materials. The zipper is industrial strength and military tested. Two vent flaps allow air flow around the motor cycle. A zipper flap protects against water entering through the zipper or vents.
Major Benefits of the Cycle Sack:
Completely encloses and protects your motorcycle
Lockable – protects against theft
Protection from inclement weather
Protects against scratches
Kickstand matt to protect the bottom of the bag
Portable, goes anywhere
Assembles in less than 5 minutes
One person installation
Designed by American bikers – just like you!
The Cycle Sack rolls up and fits in its own travel bag, included with each purchase.The bag attaches to the sissy bar or can be stored in a luggage compartment. To use The Cycle Sack, lay the sack on the ground, push your motorcycle on to the center facing front (the the front of the bag is marked with an arrow). Position the leather patch under the kick stand. Note: Exhaust must be cool.
Overall dimensions: 94”L x 144”W x 132” Diagonal
Prolonged exposure to sunlight may cause some color fading over time. Please avoid placing the cycle sack in direct sunlight.
I've been looking at this cover for a while and couldn't seem to find anything comparable, especially not for the money. The cycle sack is constructed of the same materials, utilizing similar techniques used in the production of parachutes for military and sport parachutist. I purchased two, one for my bike and one for my wife's. The only problem I have with the Cycle Sack, is that after twenty years as a professional Parachute Rigger and motorcycle enthusiast is that I didn't come up with the idea.