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The Smoothie Saddlebag Review

The Smoothie Saddlebag, from Dead Center Cycles.

Rider Magazine
May 5, 2010

[This Smoothie Saddlebag Review was orignally published as a Web Exclusive for American Rider magazine] The Smoothie Saddlebag, from Dead Center Cycles. The Visual Lowdown: How these saddlebags look They didn’t give the Smoothie saddlebag its name for no reason. Created with a Resin Transfer Molding... Read more »

Leatherworks Motorcycle Saddlebags Review

Example of customization options for the black 112+2

Rider Magazine
April 14, 2010

[This Leatherworks Motorcycle Saddlebags Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Close your eyes. Breath in deep. You’re in a leather shop. Warm memories of your first leather jacket, vests with fringe and, of course, saddlebags, flood through your brain. Open your eyes. There are... 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 »

Lee Parks Design Laguna Tail Pack Review

Lee Parks Design Laguna Tail Pack

Rider Contributor
October 16, 2008

Review by Ken Freund [This Lee Parks Design Laguna Tail Pack Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Many American cruiser motorcycles are perfectly capable of covering long distances, and often share the same drivetrain as the touring models, but lack any sort of provision for luggage.... Read more »

Happy Trails Targhee Motorcycle Panniers Review

Happy Trails Targhee Panniers

Rider Contributor
July 3, 2007

By Dave Bucher [This Happy Trails Targhee Motorcycle Panniers Review was originally published in the July 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Our attempt to re-create the Euro look of metal pannier’d adventure touring began with a Suzuki 650 V-Strom and with a call to Happy Trails Products in Boise,... Read more »

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