That is a nice cover! Good for a track day or if you go to work...
Post up a pic or two.I was looking to purchase a Nelson-Rigg cover for my Aprilia Caponord as the one I had was weatherbeaten and tearing up. So I used their chart to purchase (what I thought) was the right size. Well because the Capo is tall and has a big butt (panniers & top case), the cover didn't fit. So instead of sending it back, tried it on the SS...fits like a glove :smile2:
Can you just specify Ducati Supersport and get the right size?
I don’t see it on their website.
They didn't have it when I ordered mine, but that was expected because the bike was so new. With them not having it listed, it shows that they are not keeping up with their site. FIGURES. You'll need to call them, most likely, which is what I did.Can you just specify Ducati Supersport and get the right size?
I don’t see it on their website.
I hear so many complaints about Geza Gear that I’m thinking about taking a standard cover and having an awning or boat canvas shop cut it into a custom bikini shape.I just received my cover for the new 950 Supersport and had to provide an update on this company. Once reached, contacts at the company were EXTREMELY helpful in explaining the different types of covers and picking materials & features that were best for me- actually not trying to oversell me on the latest and $greatest$ material, even though I had already planned to go that route. The order was placed in early January with delivery promised end of January, no problems. After not hearing anything by early February, I called again and was told it should have been shipped, but they would need to followup and call me back (they never called back). In mid-February, not hearing anything, I reached out & was told that it had shipped, and they only needed to find that tracking number for me....
Fast forward a few more weeks, and after early March's call, I did receive a tracking number (dated the following day), but USPS didn't pick up the package for another week (odd thing about tracking numbers, YOU CAN TRACK THINGS!). As a happy ending, though, the cover arrived today.
So, that is all I can tell you about it (it is still in it's stuffsack, sitting on the kitchen counter. Give me a few more weeks to get the new motorcycle (hopefully Ducati's shipping estimates are better than Geza Gear's), and I'll submit a review. I've ordered the cover with darts(?) so you can either stretch it over the panniers, when I use those, or tuck that fabric out of the way when they are not on the bike, and am told it will clear the stock or the touring screen, if I add that. We'll find out. In any case, seeing how the controls & dash of my BMW faded after nearly 7 years parked in the Texas sun at work, I'm sure it will be money well spent (and eventually delivered). Expect a full review (1) once I get the new bike, and (2) after I stop riding it & looking at t long enough to try the cover!
Is that model one of the towable covers? I may spring for a couple, they look to be what I was looking for if I can tow with that one.Here is the Geza Gear cover on my 950. As noted above, it took a bunch of calls to get it here (but they were always so friendly about it ), but it fits nice a snug, so I won't worry about damage from our ever present wind, and it will block the sun from damaging the controls or saddle while parked outside at work. You can't tell from here, but they added pleats at the rear so it can fit over the panniers, or stay tucked in (like now).
Speaking of the panniers, that is the box in the background. Next project...
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