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Fro' me to you comes the Vah-genie. Are you brave enough? Do you have the ovaries? If so, The Vah-genie is at your command. It adjusts to fit most men's and women's bike seats. The thick dark hair is crocheted using both velour eyelash yarn and regular brown acrylic yarn. The result is an ultra plush ride... Ahhh. The sides are in hot pink and the drawstrings are a very pale pink. The top of the cover is 10.5" long. It is 7.75" at the widest part and 1" at the narrowest point. The sides are 2"-2.5" long from the top of the medium pink line to the drawstring base. This cover will not fit a large cruiser style seat but I would be happy to make you one that size for an additional $10. Would you like the cover in different colors, or made to your seat's specific dimensions? No problem, Allow 2-4 weeks for all special orders and an additional charge of $5.

I worked hard to come up with this unique crochet design, which utilizes 2 separate drawstrings, so that the cover will not "slip around" underneath you, while you're riding. These crocheted covers initially evolved from my need to cover the leaking holes on my gel seat as well as my desire to protect the bike seat (and my own butt) from the ruinous Texas summer sun. Not only will this bicycle seat cover keep your nether regions cool and comfortable in the summer, but it will also keep you warm in the winter. The cover is hand washable with mild detergent, or you can use the delicate cycle on your washer. After washing, lay flat to dry. I do not recommend leaving your seat cover exposed to the elements, as this will cause excessive stretching and fading. Some stretching will occur naturally as you use the seat cover. Fortunately, the cover is adjustable.

I've been using 2 different covers on my bikes for over a year. I designed the seat covers so that they can easily be removed and put back on (by those in the know), once the seat cover has been adjusted to your particular bike seat. However, I rarely remove my cover and so far, I have had no reports of cover theft from other users. Hooray for bike folk!

Thanks for your interest!

The Vah-genie, Crochet Bicycle Seat Cover in shades of Pink and Fuzzy Brown yarn