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Owen Moll Bike Covers Dirt Proof Mountain New product!! C Indoor Superior Bicycle Wheel

Owen Moll Bike Covers,Dirt Proof Indoor Mountain Bicycle Wheel C

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Owen Moll Bike Covers,Dirt Proof Indoor Mountain Bicycle Wheel C

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Product description

Bike Covers Washable-Elastic Indoor Bicycle Storage Bag for Storage and Transportation Bike Wheel Cover Suitable for Tires of 24-26 Inches (Butterfly Dragonfly Colorful Wings)

FEATURE:

Prevent dust and dirt

Washable and quick-drying

Easy to install and remove

Foldable, easy to store

Environmental protection, can be used many times

Suitable for long-term storage and management of bicycles

Protect the bicycle from scratches, away from dust, sun exposure, rust and oxidation.

Prevent the sand and dust of bicycle tires from entering the room and staining the floor and walls

SUITABLE FOR MOST KINDS OF BIKES

1.Made of polyester fiber and spandex, it is soft and flexible enough. 

2.The size is 61.02" in length, 21.65" in width,with elastic band. 

This is the normal size. It can achieve a greater effect after stretching, so whether it is Mountain Bike, Cyclo-cross Bike, Road Bike, Fixed Gear Bike , Cruiser Bike, Gravel bike or other types of bicycles, you can use this bike cover, you can easily put on and remove, suitable for long-term storage and management of bicycles.

Owen Moll Bike Covers,Dirt Proof Indoor Mountain Bicycle Wheel C

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