Installing your cover
Installing your new Nelson Rigg cover is easy! To help, there is a "Back" tag that is sewn on the inside of the cover located at the rear tire. Once you’ve identified the back of the cover, you may start to secure the cover around the front tire first, then pull the cover over the top of the handlebars and secure around the rear tire last. *Note: the elastic around the bottom of the cover will hold in place under normal weather conditions. Be cautious when installing the cover on the vehicle which has been just driven to ensure the material does not come into contact with hot parts or pipes.
Removing the cover
- Lift both ends of the cover from under front and rear tires and fenders.
- Pull up the front part of cover over handle bars and mirrors then pull up the rear of the cover over the seat.
- Make sure the cover is dry and clean before packing inside of the storage bag.
- The following information is only a recommendation. All cleaning products and methods should be tested on an inconspicuous spot before using it on the original stain/soiling.
The warranty on a Nelson Rigg Motorcycle Covers is valid from the original date of purchase.
(Warranty period is indicated in the Description box under each cover model)
Nelson Rigg USA guarantees your product to be free from any manufacturing defects. We warrant to the purchaser that correction to any manufacturing defects in material or workmanship by either repairing or replacing the product free of charge within the valid warranty period. The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or stains from dirt or pollutants. The cover must be properly utilized and maintained from the time of purchase.
- Vehicle to be dry before covering.
- Do not put cover on with hot pipes or parts.
- We recommend waiting 10 minutes for pipes/parts to cool down.
- Do not use cover while towing vehicle.
We are not liable for repainted surfaces or lacquer paint. Repainted surfaces should not be immediately covered. It is best to check with your paint body shop for the recommended "cure" time. Covering before the cure time has been reached may cause damage which is not due to the cover but due to the new paint.