Some people see cleaning their motorcycle as a chore. But others find it a way to relax, as much as keeping their bike in good condition. And those are the people most likely to have an interest in the new Bruhl MD2800 Pro Twin Turbo motorcycle dryer.
There’s something frustrating about spending hours washing and cleaning, only to find you’ve left pools of water in some hard-to-reach spots. Because that’s going to make rust more likely. And how many times have you finished rinsing only to come back and find water spots all over your paint work? You can use a chamois or drying cloth, but it’s still hard to get into the tightest nooks and crannies. And dirt on the cloth can lead to scratches and scuffs, which is the last thing you want. So whether you’re a professional motorcycle valet or just enthusiastic about a spotless bike, that’s where the Bruhl MD2800 Pro Twin Turbine motorcycle dryer might be just the job.
It’s not rocket science. The Bruhl uses twin turbines to push warm air out at up to 80 metres-a-second. So probably not comfortable down the local hair salon. But that means you can use the flexible hose, which can extend up to 3 metres, to dry even the hardest to access parts of your motorcycle. And like your vacuum cleaner, it comes with three interchangeable nozzle attachments. So you can go for a general blow – or more concentration blasts of air.
Unless you’re working in a motorcycle dealer or cleaning bikes professionally, you probably already know if you’re likely to spend £184.99 for the Brühl MD2800 Pro Twin Turbine Motorcycle Dryer, which handily runs from any standard plug socket. But it’s certainly reasonably stylish at least.
And if nothing else, you can always wait until Halloween to strap it to your back and pretend you’re a Ghostbuster. Or maybe tell your family it’s just a very cool leaf blower?