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LOVE IT!!! Please share where your dad found this -- quite unique & practical. I've been shopping for luggage for weeks... this is the most versatile solution I've seen yet. Thanks!
 

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google "the cycle guys", and the tail packs will pop up.
they arent universal,are made for each bike,
mine fits nice and snug almost like it was made from honda for it.
i hadent seen any on here so i thought i;d share:)
 

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I was just getting ready to post that their was somebody else on here that had one and had a thread about it. They are very nice and I want to get one because I have too much crap to pack for work that sometimes I have to pick and choose what I bring and leave at home. I can only fit so much in my backpack.
 

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Does the bag move at all when youre going high speeds? i went to the website and its only 70 dollars. way cheaper then buying a really good backpack. so i want it lol.
 

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it fits on super tight with no slippage at all.
the top actually looks like carbonfiber with the crossstitching.
it is very well made and looks durable and should last
the life of the bike no problem.
i feel bad my father got it for me now that i seen the price:eek:.
 

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OK.. so could I fit a notebook computer or an iPad in iside and still zip it down as like it was empty? Would it stretch that much? If so, it would be perfect for me. Let me now your opinion.
 

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OK.. so could I fit a notebook computer or an iPad in iside and still zip it down as like it was empty? Would it stretch that much? If so, it would be perfect for me. Let me now your opinion.
i dont think a laptop would fit but maybe a notebook because it's smaller.
there is a zipper that runs around the perimeter that will sinch up
smaller loads.i had a sack of sourdough rolls in it with a little
loose area in the compartment and it rode normal due to
no wind right behind you.
oh,the pachage did say not to sit on so if your doubled up
you would want to take off,as the picture shows it slips on and secures
with 4 heavyduty velcro straps.if anything it's better constructed
than it probably needed to be which isent often seen these days.
 

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OK.. so could I fit a notebook computer or an iPad in iside and still zip it down as like it was empty? Would it stretch that much? If so, it would be perfect for me. Let me now your opinion.

I was kind of wondering the same thing, i usually carry my iPad and work shoes with me in my backpack.

does it pop-up by itself or does it need stuff in it?

Let's see some more pics like the whole bike from the side.

Looks good, i like it!
 

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Looks great but I have to zippers are a terrible way of securing your gear. Take a look at this video. It'll make you think differently about how to make sure your stuff doesn't get stolen.


Me, I prefer lock boxes

Cases - Motorcycle Top Case

Its easier, faster, and more low profile to break into a zipped bag than to pick a lock in public.
 

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i dont think it was made for security,just to help carry small items.

i like it because it;s not bulky when not being used.
i put a tape on it and it's 8'' tall,same shape as the seat with
a little give on the sides because it's heavy fabric.
the top is not hard but solid feeling.
also there is nothing to lose after you fit it on the seat.
it's one piece with just zippers.
 

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Not bad, I think I might have bought that rather than my tank bag if I'd known such a thing existed at the time. As it is, I have the factory rear seat replacement bit on order, should arrive some time this week. On the upside the tank bag does come off easy enough and becomes a backpack when it's off, so I don't have to leave it on the bike if I'm worried about it or whatever is in it being stolen.
 
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