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post #31 of 43 Old 03-18-2019, 11:58 AM
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I use a company over here that specialise in offshore baggage but now do motorbike stuff as they have a great R&D department that actually listen to what people want.
https://www.lomo.co.uk/acatalog/Moto...-Dry-Bags.html
Not sure what the postage would be over the pond.
I use this on the bike and for work and never had any bother at all with them. Also a fraction of the price of other with the same design.
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post #32 of 43 Old 03-20-2019, 09:29 PM
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Any body fixed hard paniers with brackets? Does it effect the rear turn signals on the tail tidy?
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My Shad set-up that I put on my bike as well as my wifes.
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I use a company over here that specialise in offshore baggage but now do motorbike stuff as they have a great R&D department that actually listen to what people want.
https://www.lomo.co.uk/acatalog/Moto...-Dry-Bags.html
Not sure what the postage would be over the pond.
I use this on the bike and for work and never had any bother at all with them. Also a fraction of the price of other with the same design.
I assume you need some pannier racks installed first to make sure the bags stay where they belong? What do you use, how to you fix them to the bike?

Loving the pricing, especially after buying Kriega bags a long time back....might get one of their rucksacks to start with

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My Shad set-up that I put on my bike as well as my wifes.
Where are the indicators/turn signals? Can't see any on the rear?

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Ive gone for Givi hard luggage, not great pics will post better when bike is in a better position.

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I assume you need some pannier racks installed first to make sure the bags stay where they belong? What do you use, how to you fix them to the bike?

Loving the pricing, especially after buying Kriega bags a long time back....might get one of their rucksacks to start with



Where are the indicators/turn signals? Can't see any on the rear?
I fabricated a set of brackets using Shads Universal P Bracket. My signals have been removed since I run an integrated taillight. My wifes bike has the stock signals in place though.
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I went for the Givi option looks ok.
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Good to see some bikes set up for touring here . I don’t want to ride a full time tourer but was concerned the GSX-S1000 f wasn’t going to be easy to set up for trips , it seems I was wrong . I’ve just ordered the Suzuki clip on tank bag which is on offer currently . I think it’s the neatest easiest to use tank bag I’ve ever seen . It doesn’t extend as much as some others. I tend to ride with a tankbag all the time .
I’ve got some Krieger bags for the rear and oxford sports throw overs which Iam sure will do the job along with a big roll bag on the rear seat for camping trips , at least the exhaust is well out of the way . I’ll post some pics when I get it set up and find out how to post pics ��
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Good to see some bikes set up for touring here . I donít want to ride a full time tourer but was concerned the GSX-S1000 f wasnít going to be easy to set up for trips , it seems I was wrong . Iíve just ordered the Suzuki clip on tank bag which is on offer currently . I think itís the neatest easiest to use tank bag Iíve ever seen . It doesnít extend as much as some others. I tend to ride with a tankbag all the time .
Iíve got some Krieger bags for the rear and oxford sports throw overs which Iam sure will do the job along with a big roll bag on the rear seat for camping trips , at least the exhaust is well out of the way . Iíll post some pics when I get it set up and find out how to post pics ��
I've got the Suzi tank bag (SW-Motech) too. I really like the way it attaches/detaches. It's a very clean setup.
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I've got a Kriega US-30, fits enough stuff for several days of touring, comes on and off easy, and doesn't leave any racks on the bike. You can also extend the capacity by attaching smaller kriega bags to it.
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Has anyone mounted a topcase plate on the pillion seat. It works a treat on my B king as I only ride solo.
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