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Cortech Dryver Tail Bag
  • Water-resistant, molded, 170-gram jersey-knit material outer shell 
  • Adjustable mounting straps accommodate a wide range of mounting configurations 
  • Retains shape when empty or full 
  • Easy access main compartment 
  • Internal organizer pocket and key clip 
  • Comfortable, padded neoprene handle 
  • Soft, brushed nylon interior lining 
  • Rain cover included 
  • 11.5” L x 10” W x 5” H 
  • 3.4-liter capacity
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Cortech Dryver Tail Bag 4.4 5 21 21
Good product. Right price. Needed something to carry lunch to work. So far it works perfectly. Just the right size and secures to bike easily. February 23, 2015
Grate Product for the $$ Love this tail bag, neat & tidy, just enough storage & not bulky at all, east to install & remove. February 2, 2015
Good small tail bag. Looks good, needs more pockets. A good small tail bag. Big enough to hold wallet, phone, maybe your lunch. You won't be putting any textbooks or spare shoes in here. Think 4 cans of beer laying down, that's about what it'll hold. Has a removable rainfly that works fine for waterproofing. Only complaints are it needs more internal pockets, and the attachment straps are way too long for my setup. Could have used a couple of different lengths to choose from. But if you are running the straps under your seat it'll be fine. January 26, 2015
Great product and price I use this for traveling around Oahu, Hawaii. I put a $600 Nikon Camera in this guy and bounce it all over the place on the tail fender of my sports bike. You do need the cover to keep items water proof, if left out all day. I do accidentally kick it with my heal when getting off and scuff the lid. A quick brush of the hand and 'all is better'. You have to be creative in hooking the straps up to make it look like it belongs. I put the first two under the seat and leave the clips tucked in when not in use. The rear two, hooked under the fender and are kept in a drawer when not in use and installed minutes before take off. Nobody messes with it and real motorcycle riders leave hundreds of dollar jackets, helmets laying on top of their gas tanks. Who is going to mess with this little guy? November 3, 2014
It fits the bill for a small bag. It's a bit small but carries the essential items I take on every ride. It mounts perfectly on a Yamaha FJR and it's a quality bag. It is a clamshell design so some of the usable space is in the lid. This means that some items, water bottle or cylindrical items might fall out when opening and may have to be held in as you close it. It replaces a 13 liter Corbin Smuggler when i have a passenger just to gain some more space. October 23, 2014
Love this bag! My first purchase was a pair of saddlebags but they were much too large for my needs. Found this one and easily attached it to the back of the seat of my little 2005 Ninja. Don't bother too much trying to do that with the enclosed directions; you'll figure it out for yourself just by looking at it....although now that I am looking at the pic above once more, I think I put it on the bike backwards LOL! Got one pair of straps under the seat and the other pair attached to the rear directional signals. I have a very large wallet which fits easily, plus sunglasses, large cell phone, large set of keys...I can actually put my whole crossbody bag and a small textbook in there and just blip on over to class! Good construction, seems sturdy and secure. Great choice for this Brooklyn girl. September 22, 2014
Perfect for what I need. I wanted something small and unobtrusive, but with looks that don't detract from my bike. It needed to be big enough to hold some basics that I won't leave on the bike, and don't want to stuff in my pants pockets. Items such as my sunglasses, my GPS, my toll way I-pass, smart phone, and some similar items for my passenger. But it needed to be small enough to carry when off the bike. It needed to be securely attached to the luggage rack on the tail of the bike, but easily detachable to take with me. This bag does all of that. I also like that it is "stiff" and holds it shape. The interior has some areas to secure loose items, and a small zippered pocket where I keep my bike's registration and proof of insurance. This tail bag was a replacement for a magnetic tank bag that I had used for years. But the tank bag got in the way of me seeing the speedometer/tachometer, etc. which is on the tank, and the bag itself was scratching the finish. Plus off the bike this new bag is easy to carry with a simple handle and no flapping magnets like the old tank bag. Overall, and especially for the price, this was literally perfect for what I needed and I am very happy with this purchase. August 11, 2014
Well made, looks great on a sport bike. Enough room for sunscreen, water, hat and a few other small items. July 28, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
charles f: Looking for a tailbag that's not too tall. This one seems perfect and I like the appearance and the firm case. Jun 11, 2015
James O: I want a small bag to go on the rear seat of my Yamaha FJR1300 when I remove the hard side bags Jun 4, 2015
Bradley K: Design May 15, 2015
Gökhan O: I needed a tail bag which is small enough for looks but big enough to carry a chain lock and / or small items daily. Mar 25, 2015
Terry O: small size Mar 14, 2015
Leslie B: small, sturdy, lightweight, works great! Feb 26, 2015
bronwyn p: Nice & compact. Jan 13, 2015
Richard W: smaller and more stylish than the Rapid Transit Platoon Bag. I can use this every day without the bulk on the back Nov 14, 2014
zechariah s: like the looks but to small for what i need Sep 12, 2014
Pete W: I needed some storage when 2-up and unable to use my Corbin Smuggler. Jul 21, 2014
Rob H: Looks like exactly what I've been looking for Jul 17, 2014
owen f: I needed something to carry small items (hat, cell phone, water, keys, ect.) on a day-to-day basis that looks purpose built. I have a 2013 ZX14R and this looks perfect to secure to the back of my Sargent seat that I also bought at Revzilla. Jul 7, 2014
Stephen B: Like the preformed shape, wanted something to hold a water bottle or two.. Jun 9, 2014
A S: looks great! Apr 4, 2014
Datleen V asked: Will this bag hook to a 2014 Honda CBR500R? and also will it hold a pair of sneakers and cargo shorts? Mar 4, 2015
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David H: I can't help you with the attachment question, other than there are four easily used straps at the corners, but you would need something to loop them through. On my bike I have a small luggage rack in the rear so it is no problem. The case is small and stiff and I do not think it would easily handle a pair of sneakers and cargo shorts. Tennis sneakers and gym shorts maybe, but this is not a large bag. I use it for a few small items such as my eye glasses case, smart phone, my front fork padlock, etc., and occasionally a small holstered pistol. Looking at my gym sneakers I doubt they would squeeze in even without the cargo shorts. Mar 4, 2015
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owen f: I have this on my 2013 ZX14R and it works great. It blends well and holds its shape. I can carry my phone, keys, disc-lock, hat, etc. The key is, do you have support bars running underneath each side of the seat? If so, should be no problem for securing the straps. As far as shoes and shorts, there should be no problem for small shoes & shorts. Be aware it will probably be snug, but they must be small to fit. It really is more intended to carry small items as described above. If you want to carry shoes, shorts, shirts and additional items, I would go with something larger. Good luck. Mar 5, 2015
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Kyle W: I permanently fixed this to my dicati 848 rear seat ( bought an extra rear seat and bolted it down for quick swap between normal rear seat and the storage seat). It was a little smaller than expected. I can fit size 11 soccer cleats if I really cram them in there and bend the toes of the shoes. I wish it was just a smidge bigger, but it does get the job done. I usually have socks, shirt, and shorts stuffed in there too. Mar 4, 2015
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RON I: Yessir, it will hold your gym shoes and shorts if they are not "High-tops" and yes it will attach to your Honda if there are any kind of bungee hooks or places on your frame where you can loop the 4 nylon straps to anchor the bag…2 per side of course! I liked my Tail Bag so much that I bought 2 of 'em just in case one gets stolen, (which hasn't happened in the 2 years I've owned them)!
Enjoy the ride. -Dr Ron
Mar 4, 2015
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Raymond L: The quick release straps can be adjusted to suit almost any type of mount. I would say yes to the Honda. Shoes and shorts can fit as long as the shoe are not too big. My wife's size 6.5 fit ok. Maybe up to about a women's size 7-8 could fit. Mar 8, 2015
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Houston H: Im sure you can hook it to the CBR but as far as shoes and pants unfortunately not. Its not as deep as it should be for that stuff. I used it for a water bottle and a few small tools Mar 4, 2015
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Taylor H: I don't think you would have any problem getting it attached to the CBR500R, but the sneakers and cargo shorts would be a tight fit. I would get something a little bigger. Mar 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi there,

Will this bag fit 2x600ml bottles and will fit a 2011 speed triple with a tail tidy?

Oct 16, 2014
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Robert G: Hey there,

It fits on the tail of my Honda cbr250r so I'm sure it would fit on your speed triple. With the water bottles, I doubt it would fit two. Maybe one but it's mostly for an extra shirt, hat and your wallet. The rain cover takes a little space but it's easy to remove. Definitely worth it if you just need to throw a few small things in there but I ride with a backpack too sometimes if I need extra shoes or water bottles. Hope this helps!

Oct 16, 2014
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Timothy D: Can't answer about the Speed Triple, as I have this bag on my Triumph Bonneville. I think it will fit the two bottles. I can say that I love the bag. I carry gloves, a hat, a rag, and have room for a few small items from the store (for instance a couple of 12 oz soda cans). It is small enough that it doesn't detract from the looks of my bike, and really blends in to the bike well. Hope this helps. TDD Oct 16, 2014
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Houston H: Hi

Not sure what oz 600 ml works out to be but I can easily fit 2x 24oz bottles in it. Not sure what a 2011 speedy tail is but its not as roomy as I would like it to be. For a while I was using it to carry my rain jacket and pants in it and it barely fit that with no room for anything else. But it is nice and low profile I feel
Oct 16, 2014
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Taylor H: I carry a water bottle, cell phone, registration etc. and getting two bottles in is possible but tight. I like the bag a lot. I don't know what a 2011 speed triple with a tail tidy is. Oct 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Anyone know if this would be large enough to hold a spare visor? The dimensions seem a little tight. Jan 26, 2013
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RevZilla: Being that this bag is only 5 inches high, it may be a little tight for a faceshield. We would recommend the Joe Rocket Manta Tail Bag as an alternative as it is a little higher to accommodate a spare visor. Jan 29, 2013
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John W. W: It will not, it is too shallow. Mar 23, 2013
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M696: Not even close! Apr 24, 2013
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Brian D asked: Will the buckles of this Cortech Dryver bag allow it to attach to the Cortech Super 2.0 Sport Saddlebags? Or are the buckles a different size? Basically I'm looking to use this smaller Dryver bag with the 2.0 Sport Saddlebags, instead of the larger matching 2.0 Sport tailbag. Dec 2, 2014
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Robert G: Unfortunately I only use it solo on the tail. However, the straps are quite long and wrap around the bottom so they might be able to, but I couldn't tell you for sure. Dec 2, 2014
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Houston H: Im really not sure. I havnt purchased the saddle bags that you're referring to. Dec 3, 2014
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