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Wolfman Mini Beta Plus Rear Bag
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Wolfman Mini Beta Plus Rear Bag

Wolfman describes them as a duffel bag with legs -- a simple way to add capacity without requiring side racks. Beta Bags hug the bike via the seat channel, yet stay clear of the exhaust (on most bikes). The bags solidly mount by three quick release straps, one around the rear of the bike, the front each to a passenger peg/bracket or sub-frame.

A full access Crescent top zipper opening for full access to the contents. Wolfman added Non-skid/non-scratch material to the bottom (the same material they use on their Tank & Tail Bags.) Silver interior accents for better interior visibility plus new and improved raincovers. Wolfman kept the ever so useful side pockets, carry handle, duffel mounts and the 4 outside compression straps, and the ultra-durable Ballistic Fabric Body.

Dimensions:

  • Seat Overhang: 4 1/2" 
  • Overall Width: 25"
  • Height (from top of seat): 9 1/2"
  • Length: 11"
  • Seat Channel Opening - Top: 8"
  • Seat Channel Opening - Bottom: 11 1/2"

Capacity:

  • 35 Liters, 2135 cu.in.

Note: Additional contents and stuff sacks pictured sold separately.

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Wolfman Mini Beta Plus Rear Bag 4.7 5 13 13
Triumph Scrambler Luggage Solution I recently completed the Trans Wisconsin Adventure Trail aka T.W.A.T. and was in a panic regarding luggage. I have a 2014 Triumph Scrambler, and as you Scrambler owners know, paniers are an expensive, heavy, pratically a custom install on an already marginal off road bike. I shop Revzilla, and they were the only ones to show pics and describe the Wolfman products for my bike. With a fast approaching deadline ,they got the bag to be night before departure as they promised. It fit perfectly on the bike , ez to attach, sturdy hold. I went down many time in the notorious "sugar sand" around Black River Falls , WI. I flew off, the bag didn't! Even my Laphroaig 10 yr survived packed in the Wolfman! I sprayed bag with Scotch Guard and had no water issues with a steady rain all day on highway ride home . Great product, well made, wont break the bank! June 15, 2015
Good, but overpriced I don't have a problem so much with the price of this item per se, but I am disappointed that I had to purchase a rain cover separately. I also acquired a Rainier tank bag and the various accessories are just overpriced. I have the two bags (tank bag and tail bag), two rain covers, a "top pocket" for the Rainier tank bag, a backpack harness for the tank bag, and a shoulder strap for the tank bag and tail bag. It just all adds up and when I step back and look at what I've purchased, I just don't see the value there. If the base price for each had included all the items I listed above then I would not have a problem. But, in the end, I feel gouged (and this is by Wolfman mind you, not Revzilla, as the prices are standardized by Wolfman apparently). So, are they nice bags YES (but could be better in some small respects), it's just the price/value proposition that has me down on Wolfman. I know they are made in the US - and for that I am willing to pay more - but not a LOT more. I look at what I have and I feel I have ~$200 worth of value. I paid 3 times that when all was said and done. If 3x is what it takes to buy american, then please send me offshore goods. Good stuff - but overpriced imho. (the small improvements are - please color code the left and right zipper pulls - I am forever pulling one only to realize that I am just moving the zippers from side to side. Also, the handle on the rainier bag is not thick enough and not tight enough. I should just barely be able to get my fingers under it. As it is now, it's a loose piece of material that is loosing shape and will not long be for this world. As I said, small stuff. Please fix Wolfman.). May 25, 2015
Simple to use. Stays up out of the mud. The "duffel with legs" easily rests on the passenger seat of my 2007 BMW F650GS. The "legs" serve as side compartments with their own zippers. They are handy for first aid kit, water bottles, helmet lens cleaner, phone, Rok straps, etc. The main compartment is roomy with easy access from the top. Its nice to have your jacket and pant liners as well as rain coat handy. The shape and size allows you to stuff quite a bit material in the main bag. The kit has plenty of strap length to allow additional items like tool kits, rope, tent and top bags to be incorporated. This kit has an advantage of storing up and out of the way (behind the rider) so it does not snag on trees and brush. It also stays up and out of the mud even in an off road drop/dump. They offer an optional rain cover for hard down pours however, the bag will keep items dry in light rain conditions. If your planning on heavy rain riding its still a good idea to store internal items in individual plastic bags (remember your Boy Scout training). The Wolfman bag is safer and more practical than bulky "lunch boxes" hanging low and off the side of your bike. Its not fun when one of those lunch boxes snags a tree or runs up the back of your leg. There are other, similar soft bag systems available but their price tag is dizzying compared to the Wolfman bag. The Wolfman is well made. It does take a little while to loosen up the heavy duty zippers. May 4, 2015
Triumph Street Triple R 2013 Used this bag for a 1000 mile through FL and it performed flawlessly. Stays put on the bike and holds plenty of stuff for a week long trip. Easy to put on and take off. Fits the bike well. February 9, 2015
Very Nice AMERICAN MADE product! durable, and well made, secures easily and holds tight....plenty of room for a weekend trip September 3, 2014
Worked well for me on a 4 day trip. I bought these for my DR 650. Although they do limit your ability to move around on the seat, they are very functional. They also give you some back support for long days. Using these and a wolf pack I was able to carry tools and others necessities for a 4 day trip. They also come in handy for running errands at home. July 31, 2014
Great value in a top bag. I chose this bag to supplement a set of soft panniers on a mid size DS. Very well constructed, it has plenty of room. I like the way the bag is separated into several compartments. It makes it easy to organize items. It is also easy to install and remove. June 16, 2014
Seriously good bag I ride a BMW F800S and got the mini. The non-mini would probably fit better per the measurements but I wanted low profile and it works nicely. Installation is very easy. I don't find the bag needs to be filled to be on the bike. I haven't noticed any flapping when the bag is empty and secured well. My only criticism would be that the rain guards that surround each zipper are a bit stiff and make it difficult to get the zippers all the way open. April 20, 2014
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Andrew H: Good large capacity,well constructed,good secure fit with the "tunnel" for the seat,very stable. Jun 13, 2014
Carlos F: Absolutely great bag. Very versatile. I used it on my cruiser, my street (naked) bike and dual-sport before I lost it (long story). The only negative was it wasn't waterproof. But that's easy to deal with by using trash bags (for clothes) or smaller waterproof bags. May 7, 2014
Joseph H: Looks like it will be great for small trips. I will be able to put everything in one bag so I can carry it around when I arrive at my destination. Mar 31, 2014
Alfred P: To carry stuff to and from school. Dec 25, 2013
Kevin L: I trust Wolfman luggage undoubtedly. Aug 23, 2013
A shopper asked: Which Beta bag, Mini or Plus, would work best on my 2007 Suzuki V-Strom 650? I need capacity for a week of touring, no camping.
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Feb 18, 2014
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Richard T: I bought the mini to use in conjunction with a t-bag on the back of my 2008 harley dyna superglide custom and between the two bags, I had plenty of room for a weeklong trip. If it's the only bag you're using, you might want to go with the bigger one. I am very happy with the quality and functionality of the bag since it allowed me to keep my bike free from saddlebags and carry everything I needed, Feb 18, 2014
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Paul Y: I bought the Mini, it fits a KTM 250EXC. I think it would be too small for the V. Feb 19, 2014
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A s: Mini works for me on week-long trips, but I also have side cases and a tank bag. Feb 20, 2014
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Alfred P: If you are not camping there is enough room in the Mini bag for a week. Feb 19, 2014
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PETER B asked: thinking about using this bag on my tail rack which has a 1 gal rotopax container mounted to it (at all times ... long story but it stays). will this bag fit over the container and rack/ Its the perfect size for small/short trips or to supplent my other soft luggage for longer adventures.?
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Jul 3, 2014
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Charles L: I am not sure about putting a bag on top of a fuel canister. Maybe I am too cautious. I fit my Mini Beta in front of my rear rack on the back portion of the seat of my KTM 625SXC and put my dry bag on the rack itself. It would fit over the canister easily enough as the mounting straps are certainly long enough. Assuming there are no sharp ends on the mounting system of your fuel canister that would wear a hole into the bag, I would think you would be fine. Jul 3, 2014
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Alfred P: Peter,
There should be no problem with the Mini Beta fitting over or in front of your tail rack. I have a Triumph Tiger 800 and I have mine placed just behind me before the rack. It holds a ton of stuff.
Jul 3, 2014
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"" ": If the long axis of your rotopax runs front to back, I would think so. The bottom of the bag is fairly wide and the mounting system so versitile, I bet you could make it work. I love mine! Jul 3, 2014
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PETER B: yes it does. hated it at first because a regular duffel ends are not supported. this however may just be the solution. thx Jul 3, 2014
A shopper asked: Will this bag put much pressure on the side panels on my 2000 Honda XR 650L? Dec 16, 2013
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Alfred P: No, the sides are designed in a way that they are supported by the top and straps. I have been very pleased with the bag. Dec 16, 2013
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mike b: Might want to make a cardboard template to see how it will fit your bike .Hope this helps Dec 16, 2013
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Shing C: This put much thing inside Dec 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this bag require a whole seat to mount or would it also work on a small rear luggage rack? May 12, 2014
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brad u: I would say it would depend on your bike, rack, and pipe configuration. I have a husky strada and it works great on the pillion seat. Can't see it working on the rack. Hope that helps. May 12, 2014
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mike b: Does not require the whole seat and will work on a rack provided the rack is not too wide for the bag to sit over May 12, 2014
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A S asked: Would this bag fit securely on a small rear luggage rack or does it require a full passenger sized seat? May 12, 2014
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