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    oldcorollas, please, this is a family site, and that is entirely inappropriate!
    (WHAT were they thinking? ... or smoking?)
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    here's a post about the Nelson-Rigg tailbag on the gen 1. not sure of fitting for gen 2, but this is a simple, inexpensive, durable, and effective piece of luggage for day trips.

    https://www.hondacb1000r.com/forums/...nt-straps.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldcorollas View Post
    CL-1060?
    yup. they now seem to make 3 versions, of varied sizes and 'footprints':

    https://www.nelsonrigg.com/luggage/tail-bags.html

    I notice they've switched to side-release buckles on the attachment straps, which is an improvement from when I bought mine - I had to make that switch myself...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigOne-94-14 View Post
    ... looks like a great system, for a larger volume soft-bag. one of my riding buddies had a Saddleman bag a few years ago and it wad kinda 'crude', but this seems like a much more sophisticated and aesthetic design.
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    Onizuka's camping setup

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    Went camping last weekend, here's my setup for carrying a good amount. SW Motech CargoBag, and their mating Tent Bag. Also used a Cortech magnetic tank bag, as my old quick lock SW-Motech bag doesn't work on this tank, since the gas fill cap is so far forward. This setup worked really well, had plenty of space for all the necessities, plus room for extra clothes or carrying food as needed. Everything stayed on the bike nicely, even went up and down the really twisting Mt. Hamilton at a brisk pace, and everything felt good.

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    Mount Hamilton by San Jose? My back yard. Grrrrreat road!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigOne-94-14 View Post
    Mount Hamilton by San Jose? My back yard. Grrrrreat road!!
    That's the one! It was my first time up it, we went up through the east, down into San Jose. It was a beautiful ride, lots of fun twisties there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onizuka View Post
    That's the one! It was my first time up it, we went up through the east, down into San Jose. It was a beautiful ride, lots of fun twisties there
    It is quite literally my back yard. I ride the loop Mount Hamilton, Mines Road, Livermore, San Jose regularly. How far away do you live?

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    Some photos to show just how good the SW Motech Drybag 700 (70 litre capacity) is on the NSC

    I rode to the bottom of Spain and back with this and a small tank bag.

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