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Motorcycle tarpaulins & folding garages

Don't you have a garage space for your motorcycle? In order that your expensive bike is not exposed to the weather without protection, you can provide a cosy place for it under a robust motorcycle tarpaulin from the TecBike-Shop.

We have put together some information on the topic of motorcycle tarpaulins for you. It should help you to choose the right model for your bike. Before you get started, you should answer the following questions:

  • Where is your bike parked outside?
  • Is it rather draughty there or protected from the wind?
  • Is it easily accessible or is it well protected against curious or nasty fingers?
  • What size tarpaulin do you need for your bike?
  • Is the parking space far away from rain and snow under a roof in a closed room?

The cover for outside

If the motorbike tarpaulin is to be used outdoors, it must be able to withstand a lot. Depending on the location, rain and snow may fall on it one day, then an autumn storm may tear the material or the sun may make you feel like spring even in the winter months. All these things must be withstood by the robust protective cover. An elastic band and/or additional fastening options facilitate a weatherproof attachment.

At the same time, the inside must be soft enough not to leave unsightly marks on the paint or on chrome and metal parts. The better the fit and the lower the flutter tendency, the better it can protect your bike.

Of course, no condensation must form under the cover, so the best possible ventilation is a must. To ensure air circulation, the tarpaulin should not reach all the way to the ground. Especially outdoor hoods are therefore partly made of breathable textiles or have additional openings for ventilation. If the protective cover is to be used in a garage, e.g. for the rest period in winter, waterproofing is not necessary. For optimum air circulation it is therefore deliberately not required.

Fresh air is a must

Despite all the manufacturer's promises of breathability, the following still applies: Trust is good, control is better. In addition to the aforementioned clearance to the ground, where a good five centimetres are sufficient, we recommend that you remove the tarpaulin on dry and windy days for thorough ventilation.

At the end of the season, before you send the bike into its hibernation under the hood, it should be taken for granted that the bike is washed well and dried completely. Many tarpaulins are heat resistant up to a certain temperature. However, a hot exhaust, manifold or engine block can cause damage to the cover. If there are freshly painted parts on your motorcycle, we also advise against using the motorcycle tarpaulin. Solvents will continue to evaporate for months after painting. There is a risk of damage to the cover and the vehicle.

Preservation sprays have a similar effect. Therefore, parts at risk such as wheel bearings, axle, parts of the brake, drive or suspension as well as the swing arm bearing(s) should be well greased.

By the way: According to the ADAC, machines with seasonal registration numbers may not be parked outside the registration area on public roads or streets.

The alternative for motorcycles and scooters - the folding garage

If there is no garage on your property, but sufficient space is available, the use of a motorcycle folding garage is an alternative. The 20 kg frame is covered with a strong polyester navy cloth. The hinges are made of durable and robust plastic, the floor parts are galvanized - this prevents rust. Moisture can escape from the interior via exhaust air nozzles. Matching fastening material and tensioning belts ensure a secure stand. Ideally, you should place the motorcycle folding garage in a shady place, protected from the wind.

The motorcycle tarpaulin for the garage - effective protection against scratches and dust


Your bike can be stored in the garage protected from wind and weather? Great. Refuelled, freshly cleaned and well lubricated, it's off to the winter break on jacks. Everything done.

Stop! You should also cover your bike with a suitable hood for motorcycles. This will protect it optimally from dust and unintentional scratches. These variants do not have to withstand the weather, but the focus is on breathability. At TecBike you will find inexpensive and good quality tarpaulins.

So motorcycles and scooters get through the winter well protected

Motorcycle covers protect motorcycles and scooters effectively against wind and weather, if there is no closed garage available. With this you extend the durability of your machine considerably and ensure a well-kept condition even in the cold and humid months. Note that indoor tarpaulins are not suitable for covering outdoors, as they do not protect the bike from cold and UV radiation, nor from precipitation, as they are permeable to water.

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Motorcycle tarpaulins & folding garages

Don't you have a garage space for your motorcycle? In order that your expensive bike is not exposed to the weather without protection, you can provide a cosy place for it under a robust motorcycle tarpaulin from the TecBike-Shop.

We have put together some information on the topic of motorcycle tarpaulins for you. It should help you to choose the right model for your bike. Before you get started, you should answer the following questions:

  • Where is your bike parked outside?
  • Is it rather draughty there or protected from the wind?
  • Is it easily accessible or is it well protected against curious or nasty fingers?
  • What size tarpaulin do you need for your bike?
  • Is the parking space far away from rain and snow under a roof in a closed room?

The cover for outside

If the motorbike tarpaulin is to be used outdoors, it must be able to withstand a lot. Depending on the location, rain and snow may fall on it one day, then an autumn storm may tear the material or the sun may make you feel like spring even in the winter months. All these things must be withstood by the robust protective cover. An elastic band and/or additional fastening options facilitate a weatherproof attachment.

At the same time, the inside must be soft enough not to leave unsightly marks on the paint or on chrome and metal parts. The better the fit and the lower the flutter tendency, the better it can protect your bike.

Of course, no condensation must form under the cover, so the best possible ventilation is a must. To ensure air circulation, the tarpaulin should not reach all the way to the ground. Especially outdoor hoods are therefore partly made of breathable textiles or have additional openings for ventilation. If the protective cover is to be used in a garage, e.g. for the rest period in winter, waterproofing is not necessary. For optimum air circulation it is therefore deliberately not required.

Fresh air is a must

Despite all the manufacturer's promises of breathability, the following still applies: Trust is good, control is better. In addition to the aforementioned clearance to the ground, where a good five centimetres are sufficient, we recommend that you remove the tarpaulin on dry and windy days for thorough ventilation.

At the end of the season, before you send the bike into its hibernation under the hood, it should be taken for granted that the bike is washed well and dried completely. Many tarpaulins are heat resistant up to a certain temperature. However, a hot exhaust, manifold or engine block can cause damage to the cover. If there are freshly painted parts on your motorcycle, we also advise against using the motorcycle tarpaulin. Solvents will continue to evaporate for months after painting. There is a risk of damage to the cover and the vehicle.

Preservation sprays have a similar effect. Therefore, parts at risk such as wheel bearings, axle, parts of the brake, drive or suspension as well as the swing arm bearing(s) should be well greased.

By the way: According to the ADAC, machines with seasonal registration numbers may not be parked outside the registration area on public roads or streets.

The alternative for motorcycles and scooters - the folding garage

If there is no garage on your property, but sufficient space is available, the use of a motorcycle folding garage is an alternative. The 20 kg frame is covered with a strong polyester navy cloth. The hinges are made of durable and robust plastic, the floor parts are galvanized - this prevents rust. Moisture can escape from the interior via exhaust air nozzles. Matching fastening material and tensioning belts ensure a secure stand. Ideally, you should place the motorcycle folding garage in a shady place, protected from the wind.

The motorcycle tarpaulin for the garage - effective protection against scratches and dust


Your bike can be stored in the garage protected from wind and weather? Great. Refuelled, freshly cleaned and well lubricated, it's off to the winter break on jacks. Everything done.

Stop! You should also cover your bike with a suitable hood for motorcycles. This will protect it optimally from dust and unintentional scratches. These variants do not have to withstand the weather, but the focus is on breathability. At TecBike you will find inexpensive and good quality tarpaulins.

So motorcycles and scooters get through the winter well protected

Motorcycle covers protect motorcycles and scooters effectively against wind and weather, if there is no closed garage available. With this you extend the durability of your machine considerably and ensure a well-kept condition even in the cold and humid months. Note that indoor tarpaulins are not suitable for covering outdoors, as they do not protect the bike from cold and UV radiation, nor from precipitation, as they are permeable to water.

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