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Mustang Road Companion Bag Product Review

Mustang Road Companion Bag

Bill Stermer
November 11, 2011

[This Mustang Road Companion Bag Product Review was originally published in the November 2011 issue of Rider magazine] Motorcycle luggage has certainly evolved, especially in the direction of versatility. If you’re like me, you never seem to have enough packing space on tour, and then when you’ve... Read more »

Givi Trekker Cases Motorcycle Luggage Review

Givi Trekker Cases

Jerry Smith
September 14, 2011

I’ve been a fan of Givi cases for many years. The first set I used on three bikes—I sold them with the third bike—and the second set is currently on its fourth bike. As much as I like their sturdiness, and the ease with which they can be attached or removed from the bike, I’ve never been completely... Read more »

Wolfman Expedition Dry Duffel Bag

Arden Kysely
January 11, 2011

In need of a catch-all bag for a ride-and-camp to eastern Oregon last summer, I picked out the Dry Duffel from Wolfman’s Expedition Dry Line collection. I was impressed by the heft of the bag just lifting it out of the box. Turns our that Wolfman doesn’t mess around with flimsy fabrics for these... Read more »

Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag

Arden Kysely
August 29, 2010

Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag In the June issue of Rider, Arden “Knobbie” Kysely gave a rave review to a set of Giant Loop Great Basin Saddlebags. As luck would have it, a set of those saddlebags showed up at our office along with a Giant Loop Fandango Tank Bag. I had just exhausted the possibilities... Read more »

Aerostich LP Bag

Rider Magazine
May 6, 2010

Aerostich LP Bag One of the most memorable and hilarious comedy routines was the late George Carlin’s “A Place for My Stuff.” With his signature irreverent style, Carlin probed right to the heart of the American obsession with accumulating stuff, and our ever-growing need for places to put that... Read more »

Nelson-Rigg CTB950-SLR Solar King Tourer Sissybar and Roll Bag Review

The Nelson-Rigg CTB950-SLR Solar King Tourer sissybar bag and roll bag.

Rider Magazine
April 5, 2010

[This Nelson-Rigg CTB950-SLR Solar King Tourer Sissybar and Roll Bag Review was originally featured as a web-exclusive from American Rider magazine] Taking the Nelson-Rigg CTB950-SLR Solar King Tourer out of the box was like sitting in a new car you can’t afford at the auto show. It looks really... Read more »

Leatherlyke Saddlebags Review

Leatherlyke Saddlebags

Rider Contributor
March 29, 2010

Review by Jess Giese [This Leatherlyke Saddlebags Review was originally published in the April 2010 issue of American Rider magazine] LeatherLyke Saddlebags are ABS plastic products that mimic the look and feel of real leather. A laminate of two types of ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), the inner... Read more »

RideTek LidHauler and LidSak Review

RideTek LidHauler and LidSak

Rider Contributor
January 6, 2010

Review by Reg Kittrelle [This RideTek LidHauler and LidSak Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Give me the space to pack it, and I’ll take along enough stuff to shame the quartermaster of a small frigate. Which is just one of the reasons I love the big Harley baggers—stuff... Read more »

Nelson-Rigg Tank Bag Review

Nelson-Rigg Tank Bag

Rider Contributor
July 31, 2009

Review by Jeff Giese [This Nelson-Rigg Tank Bag Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Nelson-Rigg Tank Bag The main characteristic that sets the Nelson-Rigg CL-50 Micro Magnetic Tank Bag apart from the crowd is its size. They don’t call it “micro” for nothing. This makes... Read more »

Jesse Odyssey II Motorcycle Luggage Review

Jesse Odyssey II Luggage

Arden Kysely
July 17, 2009

[This Jesse Odyssey II Motorcycle Luggage Review was originally published in the September 2009 issue of Rider magazine] A recent moto-camping weekend gave me the perfect opportunity to test Al Jesse’s new Odyssey II motorcycle luggage on my BMW F800GS. Rick Lambert of Xplorermoto, Jesse Luggage’s... Read more »

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