Thanks! I found the left rear strap the trickiest, but managed to secure it.
Hmmm, looks OK. Altho it does look like the exhaust pours onto the case, at least somewhat. Maybe it's not a problem.SW Motec has some new luggage options: sw-motech.com/en/bike/HONDA/CB1000R/2018/SC80/products/
However, I do not understand why they offer the
BLAZE H saddlebag set for the SC60 but not for the SC80. In my eyes this is the only option that looks not too bad.
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I am planing a 10 days trip with some friends to the Pyrenees 1st week in June. I will be fine with the Q-tail-bag and my old IXS tank bag. Talked to a women from SW Motech today about the blaze sattle bags. She confirmed that they do not give this option for the NSC. It my well be, that the exhaust can end is to close to the bags.I purchased the SW Motech Drybag 700 to use on my trip to Spain in a couple of months time.
It is huge and offers 70 litre capacity. Not had a chance to fill it with clothes (to give shape) and try it on the bike yet.
I also bought the tail bag (15 litre / 22 litre extended) and tank bag (3 litre) Honda designed especially for the NSC.
Well pleased with the tail bag. I used it on my 200 mile + trip to Aberystwyth yesterday. Great for days out but not big enough for my trip to Spain.
yup. they now seem to make 3 versions, of varied sizes and 'footprints':CL-1060?
... 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.
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?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