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Darren T: Bought this for my son for our trip to Washington in a couple weeks. We liked the capability of switching back and forth from the tank to the tail section. Price is right and reviews were great.May 26, 2015
Dennis F: Probably because of size, reviews and strap mount. I'm anxious to receive the bag and use it on an upcoming trip.Jun 29, 2014
Mohamed H: I needed a tank bag that used a strap mounting system as I have an aluminum tank. After reading all the reviews I felt this was a better choice, given that it had a cable access port that is important for me as I want to "hide" the cable for my smartphone.Apr 15, 2014
Steve W: Rapid Transit Recon Sport bag was too small.Feb 19, 2014
Sam D asked:Can anyone confirm this comes with 1. strap mounting kit as a default and 2. whether it comes with a backpack conversion kit? What are the backpack straps like - are they wide and well padded or just token straps which "allows" the bag to be used as a backpack but not really practical to carry reasonable distance?Oct 17, 2014
Timothy W:Comes with two mounting straps one that loops and connects to the front two connectors and another that connects to the back two connectors. The straps have minimal padding, nothing super comfortable but not just a strap either. It's been a while since I used this bag, bought a rapid transit recon 19 and have loved every minute of it. Thick padded backpack straps and I like tha magnets better then straps.Oct 17, 2014
Mount B:Yes, it does come with one mounting kit and one strap for "backpack" conversion. However, it's more of a shoulder strap with a pad. That said, I've never used it. The bag has an integrated handle crossing the front pocket for holding one's phone and that's what I use when I remove the bag from my bike. Overall, I'm very happy with the bag. Lots and lots of space and well designed and built.Oct 17, 2014
Sara L asked:I'm trying to find a 15-ish liter strap-mount tank bag for my Ducati Monster 796 ... I'd like to find one that has a tank protector that attaches by strap to the bike (that stays on the bike) and then a bag that snaps in by strap to the tank protector (so that it's quick and easy to attach the bag to the straps on the bike). It sounds like this one is set up that way -- can anyone confirm? Quick and easy to attach and detatch, and effective tank protection?
Larry B:The bag has a built-in tank protector on the bottom of the bag; not a separate pad that stays on the bike. However, it's still pretty easy to take bag on/off just by unclipping, and the straps with hold down clips stay on the bike all the time. Just 4 clips and you're good to go.Good bag, good value.May 7, 2015
Robert A:David, I had no idea there was a back pack conversion kit. I'll have to check that out. My guess is that it would work well. Other than that I like the bag a lot. My one wish is that it had some type of divider in the main compartment so all my odds and ends would not be all jumbled together. I'm working on rigging up a divider for it myself.Apr 25, 2014