Motorcycles come in many shapes and sizes, making custom motorcycle covers unreasonable. EmpireCovers offers semi-custom motorcycle covers that fit almost any motorcycle’s make and model.
EmpireCovers makes choosing the right motorcycle cover easy with our size selector. Simply enter the make, year and model of your bike and we’ll tell you which size is the best fit. If you don’t see your bike listed, or don’t know the make, year or model, you can shop by size. EmpireCovers motorcycle covers come in three sizes:
- Medium Motorcycle Cover fits bikes up to 1000cc and 86” in length. This size fits most popular models, such as the Harley Sportster, Honda Nighthawk, Kawasaki Ninja and BMW Lightening. The size of this cover measures 86” L x 44” W x 44” H.
- Large Motorcycle Cover fits bikes up to 1000cc and 96” in length. This size fits most popular models similar to the models listed above. The size of this cover measures 96” L x 44” W x 44” H.
- Extra Large Motorcycle Cover fits most motorcycles in full dress. This size fits models, such as the Yamaha Royal Star Touring and Harley Night Rod. The size of this cover measures 114” L x 44” W x 44” H.
After choosing the correct bike cover size, you will need to choose which cover offers the best protection for your needs. EmpireCovers currently offers six distinctive motorcycle covers. Consider the climate where you live and where you will store your bike when choosing the cover that best fits your needs.
If you have any questions about which cover size is the best fit for your bike, please call our customer service team at 888-872-6855 or live chat.
Please note: EmpireCovers does not fit all touring bikes. Also, making modifications to your bike may alter the size recommended by our selector.
The automotive industry is an exciting business. Throw in cars that go 180 mph and things get a little more thrilling!
EmpireCovers celebrated Labor Day weekend at the Grand Prix of Baltimore. There was plenty to do for all ages at the Grand Prix. The Family Fun Zone was filled with bumper cars, bounce houses and more. The IZOD IndyCar and Firestone Indy Lights garage allowed fans to see mechanics working on the cars and drivers maneuvering around on scooters.
The most excitement seemed to take place behind the scenes. When I was exiting the garage, I saw Justin Wilson zoom by on a scooter. Soon, more racers drove by and the IndyCars lined up on the street. I was able to smell the burning rubber from the cars that had just practiced on the track.
As I got lost navigating around the Grand Prix, I stumble upon The IndyCar Fan Village. It ended up being one of my favorite parts of the event. The village was an interactive playground for all race-goers. IZOD IndyCar drivers were signing autographs and Tony Kanann snapped a photo with me. Porches, Chevys and cars from all over the world were on display. As I made my way through the maze of exotic cars, I spotted the IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge cars preparing to race.
Exploring the Grand Prix of Baltimore was an adrenaline-charged experience. There really was something for everyone. One minute these cars were in pieces on a lift then racing down the track. If you don’t have a pit crew to take care of your vehicle, let EmpireCovers Protect Your Assets.