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FitzAl wrote:
How do these rideinns fare on windy days.
If you read the reviews you'd see that they fair very well. But how could they not with a 1/2 ton of motorcycle locked up inside. They also can be staked to the ground if you thought it nessecary.:action::action::action:
 

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For less money I'd rather have the big stuff!
If needed for a compact small area these might be nice, but too small for me! Might be good if you were going to move it around taking it places?

Whatever it was my dad had for about $300 or less, it was a full sized garage, he kept a big old 39 pickup in it and other stuff and still had room to work. It did fine in storms and it held up well in WV snow and sun for years.
It was easy to stake down and stayed put. When he first set it up he did not stake it down and it blew over upside down in a storm, no damage and he staked it when he put it back up and no further problems.

For less money I could park a bunch of bikes in what he had, or a truck and a bike etc... or set up a little work area for the bike with lots of room.

He did not have a floor, but I don't think this does either does it? I see mention of floor bars, but I don't see a floor, and the pictures of one set up does not look like it has any floor.

As for trikes, the big garage thing my dad had was certainly big enough for a trike!

If I remember I'll ask him and see if he remembers what that was he had. His was a really good one, there are some similar that are not as good though.
 

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Yes Chromo, they do have a floor. But as for size. We are only allowed a 6'x8' storage shed here. And I could get away with this by saying that they are just a bike cover. If you live on any kind of property and have the land & ( in the cxase of renters) have the permission, then great, put up what ever you can fine but if like me you live in an RV park or a town house complex or a condo/apartment, then you are limited to what you can use. I posted this link for those of you that are in a similar boat to me.I better stop here. Not all of us have property & a stable of car, trucks & bikes.
 
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