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    BIKEBOX 24 Motorcycle Shelter

    Hi all,

    Not having a garage I’ve been looking for sometime for a shelter that will sit on my drive and be an easy in/out affair with as little fus as possible.

    Today i stumbled upon BikeBox 24 and this thing looks the absolute dogs b........ks!

    https://www.bikebox24.eu/welcome/products/

    They are a German company and I wondered if anyone on here has one and if it’ll fit a 1200GSA complete with luggage?

    They say it’ll fit a Honda Gold Wing and one of the pictures shows a K1600 inside.

    They don’t mention the price and I’m guessing it’s not cheap but with just over 18 grand sat on my drive it’ll be much cheaper than (if I had the room) building a garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEDICMAN View Post
    Hi all,

    Not having a garage I’ve been looking for sometime for a shelter that will sit on my drive and be an easy in/out affair with as little fus as possible.

    Today i stumbled upon BikeBox 24 and this thing looks the absolute dogs b........ks!

    https://www.bikebox24.eu/welcome/products/

    They are a German company and I wondered if anyone on here has one and if it’ll fit a 1200GSA complete with luggage?

    They say it’ll fit a Honda Gold Wing and one of the pictures shows a K1600 inside.

    They don’t mention the price and I’m guessing it’s not cheap but with just over 18 grand sat on my drive it’ll be much cheaper than (if I had the room) building a garage.
    The prices are on the link - €3,490 for the standard and €4,390 for the XL...

    And it doesn't look like much of a theft deterrent - it's made mostly of plastic...
    We will never be here again - have a good look around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike O View Post
    The prices are on the link - €3,490 for the standard and €4,390 for the XL......
    EEK!

    I was expecting it to be high. But not that bloody HIGH!

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    Was another thread earlier today asking about bike sheds etc, have a look at Asgard sheds, half the price and made of metal, I have a cycle/garden shed from them and it's solid, easy to build and secure.

    Al.

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