Bike ShowCase by CarCapsule
Described as the "ultimate premium motorcycle storage solution," the Bike ShowCase is an "ultra-premium motorcycle storage solution," according to the Indianapolis based company.
A few months ago we featured their fan driven high pressure Bike Capsule, an inflatable bubble that completely seals and protects the bike from dings, dust, dirt, corrosion, mildew, musty odors, and pests. Continuous replacement and circulation of the airflow not only keeps the vehicle dry, but also prevents condensation. Air inside the bubble is exchanged with filtered outside air up to eight times every hour, keeping the temperature inside consistent with the temperature outside and eliminating moisture that could condense on the motorcycle.
The Bike ShowCase is the latest addition to their motorcycle storage solutions - one that not only shelters and protects the bike, but also "displays it in a show quality presentation that is sure to impress," according to company President Phil Potocki.
Best described as a “touchless motorcycle cover and display case,” the structure is supported by heavy duty resilient inflatable air columns, and features a front panel, which zips open and away, allowing the motorcycle to simply be driven in or out.
Utilizing CarCapsule’s proven Evaporative Storage Technology (E.S.T.), air inside the Bike ShowCase is exchanged with filtered outside air 3-5 times every hour, keeping the temperature inside consistent with the temperature outside and eliminating moisture that could condense on the motorcycle. It features clear, durable 0.30 gauge PVC panels and an 0.60 gauge reinforced PVC base mat that is mildew, abrasion and flame resistant, as well as being impervious to oil and gas.
"Best of all," says Phil, "no tools are needed for this easy one-step set-up; simply attach the included air pump and the Bike ShowCase inflates in less than 90 seconds. Check out the demonstration on our website."
Ideal for custom bike builders and for protecting customer bikes while on dealership premises, the company says that it will be able to start making custom configurations, made to customer specifications, soon. Anyone need one for their long-fork chopper?