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|08-19-2019 07:30 PM|
|Rusty360||I have the Rivco luggage rack/pack that mounts behind the bike and love it. Comes off to carry to your hotel room.|
|08-12-2019 08:52 PM|
|RayJ||I use a Lazy Rider on the back seat of my 1800. Also serves as a backrest. I have had the bag since 2003 or so. Great product. Dry for sure. I pack 6 days of clothes in it.|
|08-12-2019 08:40 PM|
I've been using one of these since 2015, mine is yellow though
|08-12-2019 05:44 PM|
Originally Posted by budoka View Post
|08-12-2019 05:26 PM|
|08-12-2019 11:15 AM|
Well you could just get a couple of those paper grocery bags with the loop handles on them and you'd have a pair of "Go Anywhere Bags".
Some of these other guys would know hat I'm Talking about.
|08-12-2019 08:59 AM|
There are a ton of options for seat placement luggage, see our site sponsor "Wingstuff" for good choices and great value.
Also, there are liner bags for the saddle bags and trunk that really make things easy and handy. For example:
|08-12-2019 04:52 AM|
Originally Posted by crownfire View Post
|08-12-2019 04:47 AM|
My better half doesn't ride anymore either. I have these;
But have really only used one side bag consistently.
I have this for the luggage rack, but I'll bet it would fit on the back seat also;
Normally I just have one bag of my clothes in side saddle with rain gear, half bike cover, and extra shoes in the other side saddle. That leaves the trunk for miscellaneous stuff. I have a small cooler for the back seat and have strapped a tent on top for a long trip where we were camping occasionally. Last year I went with WARWGN on a 7,000 mile ride and I didn't have too much, or too little, stuff.
|08-12-2019 04:26 AM|
Here's the one I have for our hitch rack but it makes a great backseat bag as well. Never had any issue with it or weather and it has a slip on cover too.
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