that's what i love about the irons they really don't rust that much..sorry to hear about the c5's...
Meanwhile, whatever the conditions next winter, the bag storage idea works a treat - bike still gleaming and bone dry inside.
I always clean mine after shooting But I do find cleaning guns alot more relaxing then cleaning bikes
Singh - Three pics. The bag is tied off at the back with a re-usable cable-tie. You don't have to suck air out with a vacuum, just squeeze out the excess so the dessicant has less air to dry out. The dessicant is on the floor between the wheels. Humidity indicator on seat (just a card with graded colour strips).It's a bit tricky to get the bike in the bag and on its stand on your own - I suspended the bag from a beam, but easier with a helper. Heavy duty plastic but can be punctured. Easily repaired with tape. Bike must be dry. Piece of wood required for centre stand to go on.
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