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  • Nelson Rigg CL-2020 GPS Tank Bag - Magnetic Mount

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Nelson Rigg CL-2020 GPS Tank Bag

The Nelson Rigg CL-2020's multi-position GPS pocket fits most popular GPS and electronic devices.

Features:

  • Additional clear pocket for mobile device and smartphones
  • Clear pouches are touch screen device friendly
  • Made from top quality Tri-Max ballistic nylon with Fibertech accents
  • Bag maintains shape, has reflective piping and a lined interior
  • Adjustable shoulder strap also doubles as backpack straps
  • Protective material prevents slipping or marking
  • Side charging port for cable access
  • Hydration ready (sold separately)
  • Convenient side pockets hold smaller items for easy access
  • Fully expandable to hold most full face helmets
  • Includes a Lifetime “No Hassle” warranty and touch screen device friendly clear top rain cover
  • Main compartment measures: 15”L X 9.5”W X 9”H
  • 15” L X 9.5” W X 11.5” H Expanded
  • Holds 21.02 Liters / 26.86 Liters expanded
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Nelson Rigg CL-2020 GPS Tank Bag 4.5 5 6 6
Large bag. Fits 2L hydro bag easily with plenty of room left over I purchased this tank bag a couple of weeks ago and I just got back from a 6 day camping trip where I used it extensively. I highly recommend this bag if you are looking for a large multi-day tank bag. Being able to keep 2-3L of water in front of you instead of on your back is essential for distance riding. I don't rock a GPS so I used the space for one for my hand written directions, and it worked out nice. The phone space is on the smaller side, but one could always use the GPS spot for their phablet. Over all I feel this is a good value and a great large tank bag. I ride a 2012 R1200 GSA. June 26, 2015
Pretty good I like this back so far. It's a little bulky for my GS though. It sits high so you can read the gps and still hear the voice commands. Other than that it's a pretty solid bag, plenty of space for my riding pants if I need them. Helmet fits but it it's a little awkward to carry even with the shoulder straps. I'd recommend it, especially cause the rain cover is included. I'd get the cross tank straps cause the buckles tend to want to fall off around the steering April 20, 2015
As described This bag fits everything you need. I like to use it in conjunction with a hydration bladder on long trips to make my friends jealous. It works for long trips or the daily commute. The only real downside is that the "cell phone pocket" really doesn't fit any of the newer jumbotron-like phones that are now being produced by Samsung, Apple, etc. I remedy that by storing my credentials and toll booth money in the unused, but easy to access, space. October 7, 2014
Solid and dependable This bag works wonderful on my 05 ZX6-R. The magnets are placed just right to stick to the metal gas tank and not the plastic air box. If i pack it as full as possible it is a little big to wrap myself around but I am only 5' 7" and I suffer from t-rex syndrome. September 9, 2014
Only had a chance to use it on 1 trip, but it was everything could of asked for. I used this on my 13' zx6r on a half day trip. I used the magnet mounts, didn't move at all, fully secure easy on and off. Lots of storage, i had an aftermarket tool kit, tire kit, extra helmet shield, drinks/snacks and still had plenty of room in my main compartment. the side pockets fit my Kimber 45 ultra carry II in it perfectly. The top clear pockets fit my iPhone fine, could fit a larger samsung no problem. The other gps clear pocket i fit sunglasses and misc quick access items. I also found myself using the tank bag to lean on it, actually very convenient. May 13, 2014
On my 2013 650 V-Strom So I bought one. fits pretty good, roomy. it puts the phone window about level with my belly. The cutout in the packing foam in the GPS holder fits my phone which is my GPS so that could work OK. I did not think about the heat factor when you put your phone in a plastic envelope. Bottom line -- I miss the map case. May 9, 2014
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Nelson Rigg CL-2020 GPS Tank Bag
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
william j: Great size, reviews, and compatibility - be sure to install the loop on the front strap before riding! If you don't it will DEFINITELY slide around. May 25, 2015
Logan F: GPS and Water! Apr 15, 2015
B O: GPS mount incorporated, cellphone holder ,and hydration pack compartment. Dec 25, 2014
Steven M: The tank bag is what ive been looking for as i have a Victory Hammer S and didnt want saddle bags , the gps and phone ,and hydration features sold me Sep 30, 2014
Gary N: Also for the trip was the only one I could find that has hydration pack. Could you please advise if you also have the hydration bladder as I would like to purchase one with the bag. Aug 11, 2014
A shopper asked: Cn it use for backpack?

Note 3 can be use?
May 17, 2014
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Valentin S: Yes it can be used as a backpack,it also has plenty space and stays on tank. Jun 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: What type of smartphone does the clear pocket fits? Apr 29, 2014
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Larry J: My HTC One fits snuggly May 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this bag have a zip off base or do you have to take the whole thing off to get gas? Mar 4, 2015
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Katie H: I have the strap version of attachment, I believe there is also a magnetic version. There are four straps with plastic squeeze buckles attached, so it's not a big deal to get the bag on and off the bike. There is no zip off base. For gas I just undo the bottom two attachments by the seat and flip the bag forward onto my handlebars while I fill then flip it back down and attach when done. Mar 4, 2015
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Ramon Y: Hi, since you use the strap, does fit tightly? I have a CTX700, of course the Gas tank part of it is plastic so I can't use the magnets. May 18, 2015
Gary N: Unfortunately you do have to take the bag off to fuel, but it is not that difficult.
May take a few seconds more to get the fuel cap open and closed again but I don't think it is that much of a problem as I like the bag overall.

Regards

Gary
Mar 5, 2015
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Matthew B: No it does not zip off. Since it is magnetic it takes only a second to take it off and then put it back on. I haven't found it to be any inconvenience at all.
Mar 4, 2015
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Leon M: You have to remove the bag. I will usually just lift the front magnets and hinge the bag back onto the seat, fill up and slap it back down. 2 second job. Mar 5, 2015
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Larry J: I unclip two straps and fold it out of the way. Mar 4, 2015
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James A: You have to take the whole thing off. Mar 4, 2015
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Brian T: You have to take the bag off. The magnets hold it on surprisingly well and it is easy to take off. I use a strap on the front to the handlebars so I can just swing it to the side when I fill up. Worked great on a 2000 mile trip. Ran into heavy rain on one of the days and put the rain cover on and everything stayed dry. Used my phone and car GPS as shown and it worked great. Ride a 2011 V Strom 650 ABS. Mar 4, 2015
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A S asked: Does this have mounting straps or just magnets? Wondering how to mount this on a nonmetallic tank? Sep 3, 2014
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Katie H: There may be two different versions of this bag. Or a selection for mountin straps vs magnetic mount. I mount mine with straps so it definitely has a version for non-metal tank but the description is a bit confusing. I believe it said in the description what came with the bag and mounting straps were included. I use my bag all the time and I cannot remember magnets being in the bag anywhere (like both types of mounting came with the same bag). Only thing I would say about this is that I don't find it practical to put my phone in the top part of the bag. It bakes in the sun. Other than that I love the bag. Very roomy an convenient. Sep 3, 2014
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Ramon Y: Hi, on the top part where you would put a GPS, do you think it would fit an iPhone 6 Plus? The 6 Plus is 61/2 by 3 1/4. May 18, 2015
Gary N: Sorry but I have one with magnets for my tank. I believe they can also be mounted with straps.
I am just about to commence an 8000km trip from one side of Australia to the other and return and am looking forward to using the bag.
It looks good fits well and will hopefully do the job.
Hope this helps in some small way.

Regards

Gary
Sep 3, 2014
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Katie H: Mounting straps. I have a non-metallic tank and the bag works great. Very pleased with it. Sep 3, 2014
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K Y: You can buy I either with mounting straps or with magnets Sep 3, 2014
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James A: Just magnets. Strap for back pack.
Sep 3, 2014
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Thomas C asked: What size water bladder can fit in the hydration compartment? Jan 1, 2015
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Leon M: Hey Thomas

There is no seperate bladder compartment, the hose feeds straight into the main section. That's why I don't use it for water but rather run 12v in through that hole and have a bladder on my back.
Jan 1, 2015
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Gary N: Thomas

I have a 2 litre bladder but the bag is big enough to have a larger bladder if you wished.

Regards

Gary
Jan 5, 2015
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John H asked: How long is the drinking tube? Can you get it up to your mouth to drink while riding? Jul 26, 2014
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Leon M: Hi John

The tank bag did not come with the water bladder so I couldn't say. I used the port where the hose is coming out on the picture to run 12vdc into the bag proved to be very useful. I could charge my phone, iPod and whatever else as well as keep my gps powered. Keeping all the electrics in the tank bag so they stay dry and safe. Overall I am incredibly satisfied with this bag. It sits very well on my '03 VFR 800 with plenty of room around the controls. The adjustable angle of the GPS pocket is a great addition.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,
Leon
Jul 26, 2014
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Larry J: Yes you can. You kind of need to bite and suck at the same time. I have to open the front of my modular helmet to be able to get to my mouth.
Note: the bag does not come with the water bag!
Jul 27, 2014
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Nicholas T asked: Will this fit a 15" laptop? May 20, 2015
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Matthew B: Definitely not. May 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will this tank bag be ok mounted on a Gen 1 KLR 650?? Thanks Apr 17, 2015
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Giorgio C: The spread out magnet attachments allow most tank fittings.
But the KLR IS narrower and inclined. I would try it because it is an awesome piece of equipment.
To test it you want to fill it to see if it wables or leans to much.
Amazing the stuff you can put in.
Apr 18, 2015
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John B asked: What's the size of the GPS pocket and the phone pocket? I have a lg-size (5.5") GPS and a 6" phone -- will they fit? Mar 9, 2015
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Sean E: GPS no problem the phone would be tight, my galaxy s4 fits well though. Mar 9, 2015
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Rob H asked: I wonder if this will work on a BMW F650gs or is it too big? Oct 26, 2014
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Larry J: It is quite large and it works on my DL650A V-Strom Oct 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: About the Nelson-Rigg CL-2020 GPS tank bag, Ive got a BMW R1100RS and I want to put my GPS on it, I see your reviewer has a VFR is the screen be too far forward for the sport bike handlebar position? Apr 24, 2014
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Leon M: I have been riding for the last week with it and it is perfect. It sits nicely on the tank and doesn't effect steering at all. I am very happy with it. Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello all,

I am looking at getting a tank bag for my '03 vfr800fi. This one looks great but i would like to know if anyone has fitted it to a vfr before? Also how do the magnets go? I am very apprehensive about relying only on magnets but the vfr doesnt have much to strap to.

Thanks in advance
Apr 6, 2014
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Matthew B: I've got one for my 2007 VFR800A, the magnets hold tight with the bag full even on the twisties. I don't worry even a little. Apr 6, 2014
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Eduardo M asked: Hi,
Would this bag fit on a '91 Yamaha XTZ 750 Super Tenere ?
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Mar 17, 2015
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Anthony C asked: Would this work alright on a Ninja 300, or is it too big? Jan 13, 2015
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James H asked: Anyone tried this on a CTX700 fairing frame? Jan 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does it have an organiser under the lid like the CL-1035? May 23, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Strap Mount 949383 917-161/CL2020ST In Stock: Ships next business day
Magnetic Mount 949384 917-163/CL2020MG In Stock: Ships next business day