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Moto-Sport Panniers and Cordura Motorcycle Luggage Liners

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By Paul Drevenstedt [This Moto-Sport Panniers and Cordura Motorcycle Luggage Liners was originally published in the July 2009 issue of Rider magazine] My Cagiva Gran Canyon is a fun, fast adventure tourer, but I’ve tried and been disappointed with different combinations of bags for overnight trips and commuting. Design is the problem: The seat’s subframe sweeps gracefully, but it is ...

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Saddlemen Explorer Map Pocket with Pouch Tangbag Review

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Review by Reg Kittrelle [This Saddlemen Explorer Map Pocket with Pouch Tangbag Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Multitasking, that’s the magic word today. If a product can’t handle doing two or three things at once, well, what good is it? Rising to this challenge, Saddlemen offers up its multifunctional Explorer Map Pocket with Pouch for use on ...

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Wolfman Timberline Motorcycle Duffel Review

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[This Wolfman Timberline Motorcycle Duffel Review was originally published in the January 2009 issue of Rider magazine] I’m a bag geek, just ask my wife. On second thought, don’t—it will just draw her attention to the slew of bags I’ve got stashed in odd corners of the house and garage. Still, I’m always searching for the next great bag, one ...

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Lee Parks Design Laguna Tail Pack Review

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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. When it comes time for a road trip, this leaves the owner ...

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Bagster Minea Motorcycle Tank Bag and Tank Protector Review

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[This Bagster Minea Motorcycle Tank Bag and Tank Protector Review was originally published in the November 2008 issue of Rider magazine] I’m a motorcycle tankbag junkie. I love having that handy carrier right on the tank where, during stops, I can grab some shield cleaner and a rag, warmer gloves or a spare sweater. And when I’m traveling, the tankbag’s ...

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Rev-Pack Super Deluxe Saddle Packs Motorcycle Luggage Review

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[This Rev-Pack Super Deluxe Saddle Packs Motorcycle Luggage Review was originally published in the July 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Bigger is sometimes better, especially when it comes to carrying stuff on a motorcycle, and these Rev-Pack Super Deluxe Saddle Packs may be the biggest motorcycle saddlebags available. These are for the serious traveler, the serious weekender, the rider who ...

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Rapid Transit Stack LT Magnetic Tankbag Review

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Review by Olaf Wolff [This Rapid Transit Stack LT Magnetic Tankbag Review was originally published in the June 2008 issue of Rider magazine] I’m a big fan of utility gadgets–you know, multiple functions crammed into a single unit, like a combination wine opener, cheese grater, radio and tire pressure gauge in a handy pocket tool. That’s why by the description ...

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Gears Sport Star Tank and Motorcycle Tailbag Review

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Review by Troy Siahaan [This Gears Sport Star Tank and Motorcycle Tailbag Review was originally published in the November 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Stuff. We’ve all got it and we’ve all wondered how to get it to and fro. Then there’s the issue of taking your belongings with you once you get to your destination. These aren’t normally things ...

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Marsee 50 Liter Zipp Motorcycle Bag Review

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[This Marsee 50 Liter Zipp Motorcycle Bag Review was originally published in the October 2007 issue of Rider magazine] I’ll be the first to admit it: If there’s space, I’ll fill it. Empty drawer? I’ll find something to put in it. Extra space in the food pantry? I’m off to the grocery store to stock up. So when I first ...

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