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SciCon - Rear Bike Drivetrain Cover (95x68cm)

SciCon Rear Bike Drivetrain Cover (95x68cm)

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$45.00 Original price:$60.00
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    • Black, One Size
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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    AeroFlux Lycra
    Closure:
    zippered
    Dimensions:
    37.1 x 27.7in
    Claimed Weight:
    51g
    Recommended Use:
    travel
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    lifetime

    Rear Bike Drivetrain Cover (95x68cm)

    If you're like us, the back of your car has seen a lot of bikes. Over time, this means a lot of grease, mud, and scratches, both to your back seat and your bike. It's harsh on the interior of your car, harsh on your drivetrain, and harsh on your frame. If part of your routine often includes sliding your bike into the back on the way to or home from a ride, consider snagging the SciCon Rear Bike Drivetrain cover to keep both your car, and your bike cleaner than before, and free of unnecessary scratches and dings for more miles of adventure.

    The cover is made of out SciCon's AeroFlux Lyra, which is durable and smooth, so it keeps from snagging on your cassette or rear derailleur, and is easy to slide into your car, whether the interior is leather or cloth. Slide it on to hold your entire rear wheel, drivetrain, crankset, and front and rear derailleur, and protect your chain and seat stays from getting scratched up against a seat belt.

    • Protect your bike and back seat with this cover
    • Made of durable AeroFlux Lycra for a snag free ride
    • Covers rear wheel and drivetrain
    • Ideal for prolonging the pristine condition of your bike and back seat

    Not Scicon quality

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Used this one time. The snaps are so tight that you can't unsnap them.l They tear out of the material when trying. Poorly designed in that the snaps should be in reinforced material or of different design to allow disengagement.