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I saw this video pop up on Facebook and did some digging on it.
 
 
[video src=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDc3H-UMm6s]
 
 
Turns out it's made by a German company: http://www.die-motorradgarage.de/index.htm
 
It looks like a pretty cool option for those who have carports or no room in the garage. While not totally secure since it's way better than those fabric pop-up covers. A little more digging showed that they seem to cost just under $2000, so pretty spendy, but possibly worth it to those without the space.
 

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ravenlord
Pretty spendy for something that still wont keep the bike warm in the winter.

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Allan
Pretty spendy for something that still wont keep the bike warm in the winter.
For those who live in apartments that are on upper floors where bringing the bike indoors is not an option, it may be a good alternative to just keeping it under a cover for the winter.

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ravenlord
Pretty spendy for something that still wont keep the bike warm in the winter.
For those who live in apartments that are on upper floors where bringing the bike indoors is not an option, it may be a good alternative to just keeping it under a cover for the winter.
 
My exact situation. But for 2 hundred a year I can store my bike in a heated and secure garage every winter.
 
It is a neat concept, and a neat idea, but way too much money for something that doesn't end up being a whole lot more secure or better for winter.
 

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Allan
If you don't live in a nice neighborhood though, this can be handy to lock it up so it is easily accessible for the owner. It is expensive, and I think if the price was a bit more obtainable, they'd have a real winner.

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hobbs
Not to derail the thread. But imo, the cycleshell is what I would use if I didn't have a garage. Hell, I want one anyway to have more space in the garage.
 
http://www.cycleshell.com/
 
 

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