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Richard W: smaller and more stylish than the Rapid Transit Platoon Bag. I can use this every day without the bulk on the backNov 14, 2014
zechariah s: like the looks but to small for what i needSep 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 forJul 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
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
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
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
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 RonMar 4, 2015
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
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 toolsMar 4, 2015
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!
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. TDDOct 16, 2014
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 feelOct 16, 2014
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
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
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