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    Quote Originally Posted by DELuth View Post
    What an ugly bike. It doesn't even have wavys.


    What liter box is that?
    I think its 30Ltr. Ugly or not its mine and you only wish you had it.
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    Thanks, Jon!

    I don't want your bike, I just want you to paint mine all smexy like that. Can't, though, big stupid ocean in the way...
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    Heres my setup. Its a Givi locking tank bag (no magnets) and a 49l ventura tail pack system. Love it!

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    Here is my 20 liter Kriega pack. Ok...how do i attach a pic? It works great gor my work commute. I get my laptop, shoes, soft lunch box and has room for a pineapple in there. So nice yo get the backpack off my back. Love the bag and the attachment is quick and easy with the suppled straps you mount under the seat to create two tabs in front to combine with the existing rears.

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    Depending on what you want the tank bag for, I have an Icon Primer and love it. It attaches magnetically to the CB's tank no problem. It's tiny, but I wanted something that carried wallet, phone, house keys, a shell jacket and a small bottle of water for short rides, and the Primer is perfect. Super low profile, which I personally like. I scored mine on Ebay for $30 and couldn't be happier.

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    I use a tank lock bag and SW Motech panniers when on a long run. Works well, supplies lots of space, and both clip off very easily, importantly neither leave any marks on the bike.

    I love the tank lock bags as they offer real useability.

    I also use a cheap tail pack when out for the day, just clips over the rear seat and I can fit waterproofs/wallet/etc in it. Ugly, but handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wah View Post
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    Heres my setup. Its a Givi locking tank bag (no magnets) and a 49l ventura tail pack system. Love it!
    Is that tank bag not big and in the way?

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    I've got a Motocentric Mototrek 14 magnetic tank bag (how's that for a mouthful for a product name?) which I find appropriately sized for most use.

    IMG_6819-20 by Don Serl, on Flickr

    I think it's now discontinued, altho the Weekender seems nearly identical, with a GPS pocket instead of a map pouch on top.

    MotoCentric Weekender GPS Tank Bag - Motorcycle Superstore

    Key for me is that the tank bag needs a pocket on the back-end, since I carry mu camera there and shoot while I ride. Very few tank bags have that feature.

    I've also got a Joe Rocket Manta, which is good for short, casual outings.

    Joe Rocket Manta Tank Bag - RevZilla


    As for tail bags, for bigger volume I use a Shad SH40 mounted on a Shad Sport Plate.

    IMG_6945-20 by Don Serl, on Flickr

    For lighter use, I did some mods to a Nelson Rigg 1060. I find the volume about right, and I like the absolute simplicity.

    https://www.nelsonrigg.com/luggage/c...ag-detail.html

    IMG_2648M by Don Serl, on Flickr

    Details on the mods are on here, at: https://www.hondacb1000r.com/forums/m...nt-straps.html
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