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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-25-2018, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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Winter Storage in Norway

So I don't have the luxury of a heated or insulated garage, plus its winter here in Norway for 5-6 months even in the south. So I put mine in a blow up bubble, with a heater that doesn't let the temperature drop below 5 degrees. Dust free and warm plus I got room for a small car at the from of the garage.

Now please thaw and let me ride.
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Its no Joke, I thought it was the best way to keep the bike warm and free from dust. Plus there is a constant flow of air through the bubble, so no moisture forms even if the temperature for some reason dropped.
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I've seen some for cars too, apparently works really well.

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That is bloody brilliant! Going to do some Googling!!

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Bubble trouble !

Ive seen vacuum bags available online Busters in UK which for me are the better solution in the instance of cold and humidity and a poorly insulated garage.
I'd just be wary of a build up of petrol fumes in the bubble ..but I do see that you have ventilated it.

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These devices are designed with a heated air supply that continuously refreshes the air with slightly heated dry air. Brilliant, if you have the room for one.

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. . . Brilliant, if you have the room for one.
Hey! There's always room! Might have to move a bit of lounge room furniture, or the TV, but we MAKE room!
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