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    Where I live in Floriduh, the weather changes from dry to wet and back again rather rapidly.

    I went ahead and got the comfort seat. Any recommendations for covering the seat from the elements during the day? I already have the full-sized cover for at home, but I'd really just like to cover the seat while I'm at work. The Can-Am helmet bag/seat cover seem ridiculous.

    What do you folks do?

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    I hadn't really considered it, but I guess that's why they made this double as a seat cover...

    https://can-am.brp.com/on-road/shop/...elmet-bag.html

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    I bought the Ultimate seat last year and they have a seat cover option I believe. Check it out, it might fit the comfort seat also. You can put it on the seat and seat on top of it vs. only using it when stopped and parked.

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    We just use our travel cover when it sits outside in the summer
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    Just an idea....plastic sheeting wrapped over and tucked under the seat when left outside. Easy removal...no worries if someone try's to steal it.

    The BRP comfort's are nice. I have one on each bike.

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    Someone here made a " sunbrella " (?) ...it attached to the handle bars and the back of the seat .. quick and easy to put on and remove, it would also prevent the seat from getting wet .. don't know if they are still made .. but it would be easy to copy .. Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUEKNIGHT911 View Post
    Someone here made a " sunbrella " (?) ...it attached to the handle bars and the back of the seat .. quick and easy to put on and remove, it would also prevent the seat from getting wet .. don't know if they are still made .. but it would be easy to copy .. Mike
    SpyderSisters make and sell them. Go to Spydersysters.com

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    Not being cheap, well maybe, what about a shower cap. If you can find one large enough most have elastic around the edge and should cover the seat and stay on.

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    Towel or two in frunk one big enough cover seat if gonna sit in sun. The other for driving when needed👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by vstrommer View Post
    If you pull into the Harley dealer on a Ryker buy an accessory and install it in the parking lot will it spontaneously burst into flames? Actually looks like the perfect solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tslepebull View Post
    Actually looks like the perfect solution.
    Indeed, it does.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tslepebull View Post
    If you pull into the Harley dealer on a Ryker buy an accessory and install it in the parking lot will it spontaneously burst into flames?
    And that's why I love being able to order stuff online. HAHAHA.

    The sypdersysters' product specifically indicated "This shade is not designed as a storage cover or rain cover - it is just a sun shade for your seat. "

    Thanks everybody.

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