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Nelson Rigg CL-1035 Touring Tank Bag
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Nelson Rigg CL1035 Touring Tank Bag

  • Larger sized bag comfortably fits on most tanks
  • Made from top quality Tri-Max® ballistic nylon with Fibertech accents
  • Bag maintains shape, has reflective piping and a lined interior
  • Adjustable shoulder/tether strap and heavy-duty zippers
  • Map pocket with organizer under lid
  • Protective material prevents slipping or marking
  • Side charging port for cable access
  • Fully expandable to hold most full face helmets
  • Converts to a backpack
  • Includes a Lifetime “No Hassle” warranty and rainstorm cover
  • Main compartment measures:
  • 15”L X 10”W X 7”H  Standard
  • 15”L X 10”W X 11”H Expanded
  • Holds 17.21 Liters / 27.04 Liters expanded
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4.5 5 11 11
Nice Bag for the Commuter or Tourer I needed (wanted) a tank bag for my new bike. I was not interested in spending the big bucks that the gas cap/ring type bags cost. This is a great bag for the money. There is lots of space in this bag without using the zippers to increase capacity. I can fit all of the usual stuff for commuting (keys, wallet, phone, garage door opener, flashlight, hankie, ball cap, bottle of water, shades and probably more). The straps for securing the bag to the bike are quite configurable too. So, you could probably fit this bag on just about any bike. I like the map pocket too. Sometimes, I just wanna follow the roads and see where I end up. The maps help me get lost and the GPS gets me back... All-in-all, just what I would expect from a Nelson Rigg product. March 25, 2014
This product has great features I am planning an Alps ride through Italy later this year, and needed a larger tank bag to carry all my contraband from Amsterdam. I found the Nelson Rigg CL-1035 Touring Tank Bag on RevZilla and gave it a try. It looked much larger than my current Icon bag, good for rides to work and back, but not too large to disturb my riding. After watching several videos on RevZilla on the proper way to measure the crotch region for riding pants, I decided to order the tank bag. Not that crotch measuring is related to tank bags, but I just like to get my blood flowing before I make a big purchase. To my surprise, this Nelson Rigg CL-1035 Touring Tank Bag is very affordable, and gets 5 gold stars and 3 purple horseshoes for affordability. Revzilla had a box delivered lickety split at no added cost, so that made me very happy. Happy enough to rewatch Anthony Bucci tell me how to get the correct pant size. When I got home, I placed the Nelson Rigg CL-1035 Touring Tank Bag on my bike and it fit like a charm. Don't get me wrong, this bag is a beast and very large...but bigger is better, amirite ladies?! It is expandable, I can fit my helmet inside of it, the magnets are strong and keep the bag firmly adhered to my tank, and I can fill my Nelson Rigg CL-1035 Touring Tank Bag full of great odds and ends. So far, I have placed a liter of soda, 2 balls of yarn, 3 decks of Magic the Gathering cards (1 deck includes my rare, mint black lotus), a bag of trail mix, my Stretch Armstrong action figure, and a bottle of Ritalin, and there is so much extra room for more! All in all, I am one satisfied customer. February 11, 2014
Good Bag with Great Capacity and Price Got the magnetic version for my Tiger 800 and it holds onto the tank very well, but at the same time doesn't require lots of force to remove for say fuel stops. Good materials and construction (e.g. the zippers work very smoothly), looks like it will last for quite some time. The bag has a nice rectangular shape to it which allows it to hold a ton of gear. On a recent trip, I had the following inside it: extra pair of gloves, crew neck shirt, maps, GPS, EZPass, microfiber towel, rain cover, 20oz water bottle, point-and-shoot camera, sunglass case, gum, pen, and still had room left over. This was also in the unexpanded state - could hold even more if expanded. The bag was even a bit heavy when carrying away from the bike (e.g. going to restaurant) with all this gear inside. The top portion has a slight curve to it. Only major gripe really is that the map pocket cannot fit a 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper without folding the paper. I like to print maps occasionally and it would have made it easier to fit, if it was a bit larger (or of a standard size). Rode in some light rain and the rain cover kept things dry. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a large capacity magnetic tank bag. August 6, 2013
Well constructed This bag is an excellent size, not overly big but with expansion plenty for a weekend ride. Perfect fit on the tank of my zx6r. Doesn't interfere with sight line to the gauges. Magnets are strong and well placed, no slippage. August 5, 2013
I freaking love this boot! Alpinestars Supertech Last winter I severely broke my ankle and knee in a high side tack biff wearing the Alpinestars SMX5s. After a 4x month recovery I wanted THE BEST boot for future ankle/knee protection. I watched all the revZ vids and decided on the Alpinestars Supertechs. You must watch the video on this boot! This boot is awesome and true. Very comfortable even with the inner boot. It has safety devises that are worth the cost. It’s amazing how vulnerable our legs are when we go down. Well several thousand miles later I can say they breath, look awesome, feel comfortable all day long. My bones are much more protected and every single detail is perfect on them. I picked the white accent version cuz I’m just too dark in appearance. My wife calls them the orcas, and my other two pair of riding boots are currently collecting a fine layer of dust in the closet. I’m 6, 2, 185lbs with wide feet. I have two other pairs of Alpinestars; both size 47, but the Supertechs are 46 and the fit is perfect. RevZ really helped me chose among the various makes, and I’m 100% in love with them. June 24, 2013
Great bag for good weather Pros: roomy especially when expanded, backpack straps, nice looking, good shape, doesn't shift. Cons: expansion could be bigger, rain cover is stored inside, not outside, so if it starts raining, you have to open the bag (under the rain) to get it. Also the rain cover doesn't have the see-through part so if you are using your GPS and it starts raining, you're getting lost. The straps don't have dedicated place outside, so you have to carry them inside the bag (eating up room) and then again open the bag to fish them out. Overall it's a great bag for good weather and not a bad one in the rain June 10, 2013
Solid choice for a spacious but not too large tank bag I spent a lot of time looking at tank bags for my 09 Ninja 650r. I wanted as large a bag as possible that didn't interfere with my ability to steer or see the instrument cluster. I considered the firstgear monza but its phone compartment was too small and its long magnetic straps fit awkwardly on my tank. This bag however fit perfectly as you can see in the attached pics. There's a zipper at the base that allows the bag to expand in height. When used, it can fit my Shoei Qwest helmet perfectly with some other small things along the sides. That should give you an idea of storage capacity. The clear top allows for a map which will come in handy on longer trips and the straps and zipper compartment under the lid are perfect for those smaller items you don't want moving around in the main compartment. May 29, 2013
Couldn't be happier! Bought this tank bag for longer day trips. Couldn't be happier with the purchase. I ride a Hayabusa and the size of the bag does not interfere when I ride. Can fit a lot of stuff in there. Extra visor, snacks, water, extra layer for when the sun goes down,... Great product. May 27, 2013
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James R: Wanted a tank bag/back pack. Helmet stowage became a requirement while researching. Apr 10, 2014
BLAKE B: For the "kitchen drawer" aka pocket stuff on commutes. Mar 30, 2014
A shopper asked: How large a helmet will this tank bag accommodate when fully expanded? I wear an Arai Signet-Q XL and really would like a single bag to drop keys, helmet into when I go into the office. Apr 1, 2014
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Vishnu H: I can put my Shoei GT-Air full-face helmet (size Large) in the bag with LOTS of room to spare- I can't imagine many helmets that wouldn't fit, other than possibly those with a peak.

I'm VERY happy with this bag- it feels well made, and the magnets are all I need to keep it in place on my tank. I often use it to carry my semi-pro photo equipment when I ride, and have fitted it with some extra foam on the bottom to reduce vibration for the expensive gear. With the added cushioning in place, I can still fit a full frame DSLR camera body, a zoom lens, and two additional lenses, along with various other odds and ends (hat, knife, etc.), and this is with the expansion zipper zipped in to the smallest configuration.
Apr 5, 2014
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John R: My XL Arai Quantum 2 fits in the bag without expanding it. I also like the fact that there are a couple mesh pockets under the lid, so when you flip it up, you can keep your wallet, phone, keys, Oxycontin, etc... separate from your other odds and ends. Apr 2, 2014
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Paul M: It should be able to hold a helmet with no problem when expanded. I have a Schubert L and I have been able to store it in the bag. All that said, there will not be much room for much else. Apr 1, 2014
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Chris W: I have and Icon Alliance size L and it will almost fit with the bag unexpanded. I don't suspect you will have any trouble fitting your helmet in there when it is expanded. Apr 1, 2014
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Barry M: This bag is plenty large enough to contain a large helmet. i have a xxxl HJC full face helmet which it holds easily. Apr 1, 2014
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Sacha P: You should be fine to fit XL helmet as long as you don't have 50 keys to carry with you. Apr 4, 2014
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Owen B: This bag is plenty big enough for any full face helmet Apr 1, 2014
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steve s: I don't think it will hold a helmet too small. Apr 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Fit my R1200 gs BMW ? Feb 27, 2014
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John R: That's a tough one. It fits my '00 Honda VFR just right, but my tank is fairly wide and flat compared to the R1200 GS images I've found online. I really like this bag as I can fit my lunch, gym gear, and other odds and ends in to it, and it doesn't get in my way while riding...but it may not be a good fit for your BMW. The bottom of the bag if fairly stiff and I'm not sure it would wrap around your tank. Feb 27, 2014
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steve s: It fit on my f800 GSA
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / Strap Mount 889430 917-113 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / Magnet Base 889441 917-115 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours