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I can't afford hard bags. This is the alternative that I chose.
I am happy with the performanse so far. I went ahead and ordered the water proof bags at the time of the purchase.
No buyer's regret here. If only they made these in a color to match my tank.
March 6, 2015
Small everyday bag
These bags fit the bill for what I wanted, they are small and unobtrusive but have enough space to carry a few extra things like my lunch and a pair of gloves. Definitely not a bag for touring but large enough for everyday commuting.
October 20, 2014
*Nice size bags* Great look* Good quality*
I had a set of these about 5 bikes ago and loved them! With these new bikes having such narrow tails, the sport 40's are almost the perfect size. I had enough room for a change of clothes, toiletries, tools and whatever else I need. I just ordered another set for my 954rr I like them that much.
Note* you can put the top strap underneath the rear seat instead of overtop (makes it comfortable for passengers) unless you have a banana boat seat like a CBR 600 f4 or f4i. It can be done but it is a pain to finagle the seat back on. Just a heads up!
March 13, 2014
Nice little bags that fit my daugthers CBR250R perfectly. Bags don't look bulky and are shaped to follow the tail section of the bike.
October 21, 2013
Great for a solo rider's weekend
The bags' holding capacity are a bit on the small side compared to the other ones in the Nelson-Rigg Sport line, but are still adequate to keep a few changes of clothes for a single person. The bags feel durable, strap down easily, and have a nice simplistic finish to them. They're wide enough to allow a dufflebag to be placed on top of them securely. Panels on the back side and the Nelson-Rigg logo are reflective to add some safety at night time. Only complaint is that the flaps are a bit stiff at the end, so the velcro doesn't always hold them closed, although the zippers to a well enough job of keeping dirt out.
May 21, 2013
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Mark B:Michael, It would be about 10 Liters for the bags combined. 10 liters is just over 2 US Gallons, so each bag is about the size of a standard gallon milk jug. The good thing about these bags is that they leave plenty of room for aftermarket exhaust, but can still hold as much gear as about 2 1/2 standard shoeboxes.
alan d asked:Will these bags make it harder to lane split? They look like the can make the bike wider than the bar ends. Has anyone used these bags and made unintentional contact with a car?Jun 13, 2014
David M:I have Yamaha FZ6R. I placed top straps underneath rear seat and clipped both fronts together and rear to rear reflector brackets. Looks good and I didn't had to modify any of the original product or bike. They add that little extra capacity that works out fine for me. Recommend if they're big enough!Jun 15, 2014