Double Cycle Cabana

This all-weather shelter is large enough to protect two motorcycles or an ATV and has an easy to assemble, portable design. Its heavy duty, PVC-coated fabric resists rain, hail, wind, and sun and includes vented sides to prevent moisture built up.

$499.99
MCCD
$75.00
In Stock. Ships Directly from Manufacturer.
Lead Time: 4-5 days

Summary

This all-weather shelter is large enough to protect two motorcycles or an ATV and has an easy to assemble, portable design. Its heavy duty, PVC-coated fabric resists rain, hail, wind, and sun and includes vented sides to prevent moisture built up.

Detail

Protect two motorcycles, an ATV, or other equipment with the roomy Double Cycle Cabana. This motorcycle/ATV shelter has a heavy duty, PVC-coated fabric shell that is resistant to the elements and features vented sides to prevent condensation build up. The enclosure is designed to cover your vehicle without coming in contact with a hot engine, exhaust, or tires, so you can put it away as soon as you are done riding. Its powder coated steel frame can be assembled in 10 minutes and includes hardware that allows you to use a lock for added protection. The versatile design of the Double Cycle Cabana allows it to be used indoors or outdoors, at home or on the go. An included carrying bag makes it easy to transport.

Portable Motorcycle Enclosure for a two motorcycles or an ATV - Indoor or outdoor use
10'-6"
7'-6"
5'-8"
90 lbs

Product Features

  • Great for two motorcycles, an ATV, or other equipment
  • Protects your vehicle from sun, rain, wind, and hail
  • Heavy duty 12.5 oz. polyester Oxford fabric with PVC coating
  • Side vents prevent condensation build up
  • 1" powder coated steel frame with hardware allowing use of a lock
  • Portable design can be used at home or while traveling
  • May be used indoors or outdoors
  • Quick and easy to assemble or disassemble
  • Fire rated (CPAI-84 Section 5)
  • Includes travel carrying bag
  • Includes free poly floor kit

Resources

Instruction Manual

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