Motorcycle Storage Units in Fairfax VA

Whether you need a place to store your motorcycle for the season, moving somewhere with limited space or your garage is already jam-packed, Fairfax City Self Storage has several storage solutions. Our specially designed storage units are perfect for accommodating both small vehicles and motorcycles.

Choose from drive-up, ground level, and second-floor unit storage options, all built with masonry construction. Knowing how much you care about your chopper, we made sure to create storage units that allow motorcycles to remain in excellent condition. Our facilities feature 24-hour security, keypad access control systems, as well as interior and exterior cameras. Well-lit premises with a single entry and exit point will make you feel confident about leaving your motorcycle in storage for as long as you need.

Motorcycle Storage Unit Sizes

If you’re not sure what is a good storage unit size for motorcycles, we offer you two choices:

  • 10x10 storage units that can fit a variety of small vehicles such as sportbikes, choppers, and cruisers, along with their accessories.
  • 10x15 storage units are large enough to fit not one, but two motorcycles. This is a great option even if you don’t currently own two bikes but plan on expanding your collection in the near future. These units add up to 75 square feet, which is roughly the size of a large walk-in closet.

Unlike a garage or other storing alternatives, these units are fully sealed and sanitized, making them ideal to protect your motorcycle from rain, sun exposure, and snow. Since your motorcycle won’t get in contact with other items in storage, you’ll also avoid accidental damage such as scratches or cracks.

Motorcycle Storage FAQs

Here are some answers to the most common questions that you might have as a first-time customer:

  1. What Size Storage Unit Do I Need For A Motorcycle?

It depends on your vehicle’s dimensions. A 10x10 storage unit can fit a regular-sized motorcycle or two small ones, but you might find it difficult to lift and maneuver them.

We recommend leaving enough room for any accessories you might have including helmets and toolkits, so if you’re looking to comfortably deposit two bikes, the 10x15 unit would be a better choice.

  1. Do Motorcycles Need Temperature Controlled Storage?

Motorcycles can experience significant damage when exposed to moisture and drastic temperature changes. At Fairfax City Self Storage, we offer temperature-controlled storage units with year-round temperatures between 60-75 degrees, so weather fluctuations have no impact on your possessions. We also have non-temperature controlled units available.

  1. How Do You Prepare A Motorcycle For Long-Term Storage?

Before you store your motorcycle long-term, make sure to check off some important boxes on your to-do list. First, empty your gas tank to prevent corrosion. Next, change your oil or simply top off your oil to the recommended level to ensure all the parts will be properly lubricated when you’re ready to take it for a ride. If you have a cooling system, check the coolant level. Other important steps include disconnecting the battery to prolong its life and elevating your tires to maintain air pressure and integrity. Lastly, you’ll want to wipe down your motorcycle with a lint-free cloth before placing a cover on top of it to avoid scuffs or scratches caused by dust.

No Hidden Fees

All the perks and security measures we listed are available to you at no additional costs. We also don’t charge hidden fees or require a rigorous payment process in order to receive access to our top-notch motorcycle storage units. To rent any of our units, you simply need to pay a monthly rent, plus an initial security deposit which is 100% refundable.

Contact Us Today

Fairfax City Self Storage can provide you with an affordable and safe space to store your motorcycle. Enjoy climate-controlled motorcycle storage units for as little as $75 per month. Contact us today at (703) 978-1200 or get started by filling out this simple online form.

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