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Giant Loop MoJavi Saddlebag

Arden Kysely
July 20, 2010

Giant Loop MoJavi Saddlebag Carrying stuff on a dual-sport day ride is easy, right? You toss it in a backpack or bum bag and head for the hills. Or maybe you bungee it to the back or drop it into saddlebags. These conventional methods have worked for years, so why change? Comfort and performance come... Read more »

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 »

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 »

Edge Leather Saddlebags and Cup Holders

Rider Magazine
December 23, 2009

Edge Leather Saddlebags and Cup Holders CLASSIC CARRIERS. Cruisers are top sellers in America because we love heavy steel and classic lines. Saddlebags, like those from Edge Leather, complete the classic look and add functionality. The leather is reinforced with durable hard plastic to provide the sturdiness... Read more »

Saddlemen Tail Bag

Rider Magazine
September 1, 2009

Saddlemen Tail Bag A Deluxe Tail Bag from Saddlemen has been sitting in my office that fits over the Honda Fury’s passenger seat. The Tail Bag is so spacious that the middle compartment holds a large full-face Arai helmet and there’s still room on the sides. And there’s even more packing space... Read more »

Wolfman Expedition Motorcycle Luggage Review

Wolfman Expedition Motorcycle Luggage

Arden Kysely
January 9, 2007

[This Wolfman Expedition Motorcycle Luggage Review was originally published in the January 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Wolfman Expedition Luggage You’ll never get caught with your zipper down using Wolfman’s new Expedition series motorcycle tankbag or saddlebags-among the three bags here... Read more »

Chase Harper CR-2 Soft Motorcycle Luggage Review

Chase Harper CR-2 Soft Luggage

Rider Contributor
April 18, 2006

Review by Ken Freund Chase Harper CR-2 Soft Motorcycle Luggage Chase Harper, long known as a source of motorcycle luggage and accessories, recently introduced a line of soft bags called CR2 that fit and work well on sporting machines, or others for that matter. Chase Harper’s line of CR2 motorcycle... Read more »

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