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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-22-2019, 10:27 AM Thread Starter
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I've never used a dry bag, only improvised with lots of garbage bags and a decent duffel/tote bag. Never had a problem.

Steve, if you don't plan on laundering, you're gonna find that the winged critters (I don't mean birds) will love you to death LOL
I've never been on a bike trip this long, and I figured showering everyday with a change of undergarments and T-shirts should be cool. All my dirty cloths I'll throw in a garbage bag in my luggage and deal with it when I get back. Worse case scenario, I'll burn or bury them when i get back to home base.
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Get a duffle style dry bag. The ones that open at the end are a pain to use when you are trying to find something in the bag. You have to pull everything out because you packed what you are looking for at the bottom of the bag.

I switched to the duffle style and for motorcycle camping and it made packing and un packing so much easier.



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I have had this one for years and I have always loved it. Completely water proof!!!!
https://www.aerostich.com/bags/seat-...ffel-bags.html
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Get a duffle style dry bag. The ones that open at the end are a pain to use when you are trying to find something in the bag. You have to pull everything out because you packed what you are looking for at the bottom of the bag.

I switched to the duffle style and for motorcycle camping and it made packing and un packing so much easier.

https://www.amazon.com/COR-Waterproo...g%2C198&sr=1-3
I tend to agree with you, so I like these two so far, thanks

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I have a lazy rider. Works great. Totally dry.

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The attached shows the one and the setup that Janice and I have used since 2010.


Post #5 are pics, and Post #16 are the links to the products. Works great have been in driving rain and the only time anything even got damp was the 1st heavy storm we hit the spray off the road soaked into the bottom of the bag. Easily corrected, I then put a piece of rubber on the rack 1st followed by the bag.

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here you go, take a look
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