Unboxing the Badass Moto Ultimate Waterproof Motorcycle Cover

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The Badass Moto Gear logo in orange on a black background.

Badass Moto has developed a new waterproof motorcycle cover. — Photo courtesy Phil Budiselich

If you want to show off your flashy clean motorbike as you roar down the highway, you might want to invest in a protective cover to keep it pristine when you’re not using it. The creative team at Badass Moto has developed a new Ultimate Waterproof Motorcycle Cover that just might fit your bike and your budget for this year’s riding season.

RidersWest recently received the Badass Moto Ultimate All Wx Waterproof Motorcycle Cover for review. Curious to see how well the product performed, Phil Budiselich took the time to unbox the cover and test it out on his 2015 Yamaha FJ-09.

A man in a black jacket opens a package containing a Badass Moto Ultimate All Wx Waterproof Motorcycle Cover while a 2015 Yamaha FJ-09 motorcycle is parked behind him.

Phil Budiselich reviewed the Badass Moto Ultimate All Wx Waterproof Motorcycle Cover on his 2015 Yamaha FJ-09 motorcycle. — Photo courtesy Phil Budiselich

What was your initial reaction when seeing the motorcycle cover?

Initially I thought it might be flimsy when unpacking because it was packed so tight. But upon unpackaging, that was not true. It looks well constructed.

How would you describe the texture of the fabric? How does it feel? How durable is it?

It seems tough and durable yet not super bulky. It will probably stand up well if used outside in the elements.

Phil Budiselich instals the Badass Moto Ultimate All Wx Waterproof Motorcycle Cover onto his 2015 Yamaha FJ-09 motorcycle.

“It's a little more work to install than my old covers, but that's because this new one fits nice and snug with a stretchy bottom that will stay tight and resist wind and weather when outside.” — Phil Budiselich — Photo courtesy Phil Budiselich

How does the cover fit your bike? Is it a universal cover or is it meant to fit only motorcycles that are the same size as yours?

Medium fit mine about perfect, and a large would probably fit fine too. It's a little more work to install than my old covers, but that's because this new one fits nice and snug with a stretchy bottom that will stay tight and resist wind and weather when outside. There are several sizes based on the style and size of the motorcycle.

How would you describe your experience with the motorcycle cover thus far?

It fits good and looks good.

A black Badass Moto Ultimate All Wx Waterproof Motorcycle Cover covers a motorcycle in a garage.

“It seems tough and durable yet not super bulky. It will probably stand up well if used outside in the elements.” — Phil Budiselich — Photo courtesy Phil Budiselich

Is there anything about the motorcycle cover that could be improved upon?

The only downside I can see is that because it’s snug at the bottom, it rests right on my chain and sprockets off the back wheel, which means this cover will likely get oily and dirty there.

Are there any other features you’d like to highlight?

It has a bottom strap to hold on in the nastiest wind. There are two top vents for air flow. There are bottom grommets for cable locks.

Would you recommend this brand of motorcycle cover for other riders?

Yes. It’s a good quality cover, especially if needing one for outside elements.


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