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Wolfman Rainier Tank Bag

The Rainier Tank Bag is the result of combining the ever-popular Explorer and Denali tank bags into one. By doing this Wolfman has created the ultimate universal tank bag. Now one tank bag fits even more bikes than the Explorer or Denali. The mounting system allows the rider to adjust the fore-aft placement on the tank.


  • Yellow cord main opening zippers
  • Heavy Duty #10 YKK main zipper, and Ykk zippers used through out the bag
  • Heavy Duty 1680 Denier ballistic nylon construction
  • Non-slip, non-scratch bottom
  • Envelope side and rear pockets for increased handle bar clearance
  • Wolfman Signature “Crescent “ rider pocket
  • Large expansion wedge shaped gusset
  • Zippered interior mesh pocket
  • Key clip outside elastic pen/tire pressure guage sleeve
  • Removeable map pocket with interior divider
  • Reflective side pocket trim and handle foam


  • Length: 11"
  • Width: 8 ¾”
  • Height: front 6 ½” rear 10” (facing rider) 14” Expanded


  • Closed: 17 Liters 1037cu.in. (Includes Side and Front pockets -each approx: .3liters 18cu.in.)
  • Expands to 20 Liters 1220 cu.in.

Map Pocket Size:

  • Overall: 8 3/4" W x 10 5/8" L
  • Visible: 7 5/8" W x 9" L


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Wolfman Rainier Tank Bag 4.9 5 42 42
I like this bag! I've read good things about Wolfman products, so I decided to try this tank bag. I was not disappointed. It's the right size for me on my GSA. Appears to be well constructed and was easy to mount. Cheaper and better than the BMW bag! October 12, 2015
A good size and excellent quality I use this bag primarily to carry gear & a map for motocamping. This will easily hold all those items you'd want quicker access to, its expandable (plus you can get larger external pouches), plus it easily unclips and has a handle to carry it around. I can't really think of any ways to improve it. April 13, 2015
Easy Install with lots of room and pockets Purchased for moto tour in Spain on rental bike. Easy install, worked great with separate pockets for stuff. It can get wobbly if overstuffed, but just don't carry that much stuff. Did not test in rain per other comments January 1, 2015
Excellent bag for the money. Purchased this bag to go on aR1200GSLC. As with every other Wolfman product I've had experience with, this one is well made and using Wolfman mount system fit the GS very well. The Wolfman mounting system was easy to install and holds the bag in place very well. It is a roomy bag and holds all the items I require of such a bag. This bag requires a separate rain cover, which I purchased (and which should probably be included with the bag ), however I haven't needed to use it yet. I recommend this bag. November 24, 2014
Fantastic quality Very nicely made. My only complaint would be the lack of waterproofing and the price. Definitely a very nice addition to my 2014 KLR650 October 6, 2014
Great Bag At around $100 less than the bag it replaces with so many more features, it is a great value. Large bag with many, many pockets, pouches, and attachment points. Had to search for a few minutes and test some different mounting points until I found a few that worked better than others. Great bag. Wish it came with the waterproof cover August 30, 2014
Great Product Just a great product. When ordering, I was afraid it would be too big, but I wanted room for a DSLR camera. I had room for the camera (5d) to be placed lens down with it's kit lens on (24-105) in a smaller camera bag at the rear of the Rainer without even unzipping the expansion zipper. Easy access and great protection. Did the Great Divide top to bottom on a KLR during a rainy period and the bike got to lay in the mud more than I would like to admit, but the bag and camera were fine. August 26, 2014
nice big tank bag This tank bag is nice and big- big enough to hold rain gear water bottles, maps, and enough for a day trip or maybe even an overnighter. Pockets are removable if you want something a little smaller for the day. I wish my bike could accommodate a magnetic bag but this works well enough. I am not the tallest rider at 5'7 nor the thinnest (beer gut) and it doesn't get in my way at all. I wish it came with a rain fly and the x-straps but I would still buy it again. August 18, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jim H: I needed a bigger tank bag, and Wolfman has never let me down with their products. Never had a problem. Nov 26, 2015
Ross J: recommendation from a friend Nov 17, 2015
Brian H: Bought this for my 2015 R1200GS. It fit great and is very stable. I used it on my Kentucky to New Mexico and back ride in June and it was waterproof and rock solid stable. Nothing wore out. Worth every penny. Nov 3, 2015
D W: Long road trip coming up and need more space Jun 19, 2015
James K: After seeing it on many adv bikes. Jun 11, 2015
Stephen S: Great tank bag ! would recommend to anyone. Super good quality and very spacious. Jun 9, 2015
Corey T: Strong Reviews. I can fit a whole sixer of PBR in there and a box of Magnums. The rain protector fits like I like my condoms though; Loose and sloppy. Apr 24, 2015
Thomas K: Durable, well reviewed, spacious, not-magnetic. other than no rain cover, seems built like a tank (for a soft cover tank bag) Feb 8, 2015
Adam K: I chose this bag as it met all of my requirements. It has plenty of room for a lot of gear. Really good for day trips when I don't want to bring my Jesse panniers along, but need to carry some gear with me. The side pockets are especially useful for keeping items that I like to get to quickly while on the move. Works well on the Yamaha Super Tenere. Jan 19, 2015
Kyle M: I have done much research on tank bags and the Wolfman Rainier suited my needs. Dec 18, 2014
Timothy M H: Wanted a well designed tank bag for the Tiger 800. Very happy with it. Oct 3, 2014
Jari W: Didn't want to spend a lot. This bag is great and fits perfectly on my r1200gsw. Glad I didn't buy a bmw or touratech bag. They couldn't have been better than this tank bag and it cost a lot less. Aug 20, 2014
Richard D: I chose this bag because I think Wolfman is a quality brand and I hope this bag will add enough space to help me keep everything I need that I want to be quickly accessible without having to unpack everything on the back of my bike. I also purchased the rain cover and the large expedition dry bag (yellow). Aug 4, 2014
Mark C: Best price for what I wanted, I have not read any reviews of this gear but I like what I see and hope it works well for what I want it for.

Jun 30, 2014
Joseph J: Big. Well made. May 26, 2014
Thomas G: I currently own this bag, great product, new one is for friends Apr 29, 2014
John P: Strommtroopers recommend Mar 17, 2014
Steven M: Riding a F800GSA and this bag works out really well, large enough to put my misc. stuff I want to hand, but not overly obtrusive. Good quality and mounts easily. Feb 17, 2014
Robert D: The combination of size and ease of mounting sold me on this bag. I would not chose another bag after having had this for some time now. Jan 13, 2014
C F: Great bag, well made, holds a ton of stuff, and a good price. Nov 28, 2013
John L: Did some research on line regarding the best tank bag for a BMW r1150rt. There was not a lot of info on this since the bike is 10 years old. However, i did find some threads that referenced this particular bag for my bike Oct 27, 2013
James H: Quality and price. Oct 14, 2013
OCTAVIO T: It was the only tank bag that would fit my F800GS Adventure. Aaaawesome product, a shame it wouldn't fit my new Ducati Multistrada 1200..Buu Oct 3, 2013
James D: Wolfman reputation and favorable reviews. Sep 10, 2013
Jose Apolo C: Size, reviews, price, easy to install Aug 15, 2013
A shopper asked: Hello all - just purchased a 2015 Aprilia Tuono (the liter bike, not the 1100). Need a non mag tank bag. Does anyone know whether this one will fit? Aug 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: does this bag fit 2007 bmw 1200gt? Aug 15, 2013
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Christopher K: I had a Rainier Tank Bag on a 1200GS, so I'm not sure, however the attachment/strap system on this particular bag is very versatile and has a pretty universal fit. I would add that for some bikes I have put this bag on, you have to accept that once you put on the anchoring straps, you wouldn't want to spend the time and effort to take them off and put them on again due to where they anchor and how difficult it may be to access those areas. Aug 15, 2013
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Linas B: Rainier fits my klr 650 nicely. Straps are long enough. I had to take my seat off to get bottom straps on. Top straps I just had to find a place up front by radiator to attach. Love the bag. Durable, lots of room. Good zippers, I do recommend this bag. Be aware that bag is not water proof . Very good for every day riding. Hope this helps any one thinking about getting this bag. Aug 15, 2013
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Chris P: I'm not sure about a 2007 GSA, but it works great on my 2012 R1200 GSA. I did a two month trip on my bike loaded with camping gear and the tank bag and tank side bags worked great. I sprayed them with a lot of scotch guard and they never leaked at all. Great bags!!! Aug 16, 2013
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Patrick J: The bag requires four anchor points two up by the handlebars and one on each side of the bike. I have a f800gs which has far less plastics on it than the gt. it was easily installed on my bike. No so sure about the GT. Aug 15, 2013
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Matthew E: Can't say for sure, but I've had it on a F800gs, f700 gs, and a KLR 650. The KLR has the biggest tank among those bikes. It fits easily and very well on all three. Hope this helps some. Aug 15, 2013
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Joshua K: I don't have a 1200GT but I don't see why the bag wouldn't fit. The four mounting straps are long enough to reach anywhere and the bag sits very securely on the tank area. Aug 15, 2013
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Charles M: Most likely. This bag is designed to fit the sloping tanks on modern enduro/adventure bikes. I have a Rainer on my F650GS all the time and it fits great. Aug 15, 2013
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Steven C: I would think the slope angle of the GT would be sufficient for this bag. Aug 15, 2013
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S. Hector B: this fit my 09' like it was custom made Aug 16, 2013
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JOSE MANUEL A asked: it's good for my R1200GS WC 2014 ? Mar 14, 2014
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Chester C: This is a great fitting tank bag--very secure on my 2011 R1200GS. It should fit your bike unless the new Wasser Boxer tank shape is very different from mine. You will probably be okay. If you are not satisfied you can return to Revzilla. They have an excellent return policy and are a good company to deal with from my experience with purchases. Mar 15, 2014
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Pete N: I switch my Rainier between my '09 1200RT and '11 1200GSA. At full lock the handlebar controls touch the side of the bag on my GSA. But the grips do not touch, and there's never an issue when riding. This is not specific to your 2014 WC, but my bet would be that it would work fine. And, it's a big bag that can hold a lot of stuff. Mar 14, 2014
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j d: No it is not. It doesn't cost near enough and other Beemer riders might not talk to you....LOL

Sorry, couldn't help it. Actually I have no idea if it will fit a beemer.
I can tell you it is a VERY good tank bag.
Mar 14, 2014
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John C: Jose, The Wolfman Rainier tank bag went right on my 2013 R1200Gs. Looks good, lot's of room and seems to be holding up well after 8 months of use. Good tank bag for the money!

John C
Mar 14, 2014
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Jeff S: Jose,

Don't know as I've installed it on to a 2012 wee storm and it fits perfectly.
Mar 15, 2014
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james b: Yes but you may also consider bags connection if you intend to take it off regularly Mar 14, 2014
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JOSE MANUEL A: thank you all. Mar 15, 2014
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JOSE MANUEL A: Thank you Pete Mar 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would this bag fit a BMW F800GSA with the ignition being in the area under where the bag would be. Also, is this back water proof or water resistant? Jun 18, 2014
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Chester C: I can't tell for sure from the F800GSA photo whether there are fitment issues, but this is a great tank bag. It fits my R1200GS perfectly. If there is a problem you can always return it. As for water issues, I would say the bag is water resistent. I had mine in a heavy downpour this week and it was a little damp inside afterward (but not drenched). Jun 18, 2014
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Pete N: Sorry for the delay, been on a 30 day cross-country trip on my RT. As to the second question, the Rainier is not waterproof, but is somewhat water resistant. I use separate rain cover from an older non-Wolfman bag. As for the applicability to an F800FSA, I'm not qualified to say. Jul 12, 2014
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Glenn H: yes, it will fit. it is fully adjustable. it is thick denier nylon, so it is water resistant, but not waterproof because of the zippers. get a small (5 liter) dry bag and keep it in the bag for cell phone, camera, wallet, etc., if it's pouring rain. Jun 18, 2014
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Luc M: The two front straps extend over the edge of my Multistrada's tank so the bag would hide your ignition key...It is not waterproof but a waterproof cover is available...Otherwise, perfect! Jun 18, 2014
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Steven C: It would fit, but be very inconvenient....the bag is water resistant, and the "waterproof" cover isn't. Take extra precautions to keep your kit dry... Jun 18, 2014
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Steven C: It would fit, but be very inconvenient....the bag is water resistant, and the "waterproof" cover isn't. Take extra precautions to keep your kit dry... Jun 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: How are these Rainer bags carried off the bike? How does the bag sit/hang when being carried? I currently have an overpriced BMW bag inherited with the bike, but its difficult to carry off the bike which I need to do for security.
Thanks for any help with this.
Mar 18, 2014
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Toby C: As far as I know these bags can be carried two different ways. There is a handle strap on the back of the bag (the back being the side that faces you when its on the bike), so you can carry it single handed that way, or you can purchase backpack straps online from either Wolfman or ebay or the like. Just search for rainier backpack straps. I too switched from a BMW bag (for an R1100S), and while I liked the BMW bag, this bag blows that one out of the water, and is about half the price. This bag is exceptionally well made with a lot more options as far as space, places to store things, and just overall quality actually. Hope this helps. Mar 20, 2014
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David J: I have had this bag for a year now and love it, I carry it buy a handle that has reflective strapping on it, however i know they make shoulder straps for it to be carried like a backpack. I got it when I bought my 13 BMW F700GS and BMW R1200GSW, it sits and rides great. Straps to hold it in place are solid and keep it nicely in place with riding. As far as security you could try travel locks, I have touratech panniers so this is not a problem for me, I have left it on the bike and have not had any issues knock on wood. I would definitely recommend this bag. Hope this helps Mar 18, 2014
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Daniel M: It doesn't show it well in the picture, but there is actually a sizeable strap along the front segment that I use almost daily when carrying it around. It sits very well when moving it and the side attached pockets are sturdy and can hold some weight without issue. Mar 18, 2014
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jordan d: I've never taken my bag off the bike, it. Will come off easily with 4 clips, it has no carrying straps but there are several d rings on it that you could attach a strap . I like the bag , it's large and holds a lot but it does get wet esily in a rain Mar 18, 2014
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Ray S: There is a strap across the bottom front that you could grab and it would hang straight down. It would really lend itself well to a set of straps and matching clips to turn it into a backpack. Hope that helps. Mar 19, 2014
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Matthew E: There are backpack style straps from Wolfman that snap on allowing you to carry it like a backpack. I'm not sure if Revzilla stocks them, I know wolfman does. Mar 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: does this require a harness to purchase, or is this an all on one package, straps and ? Also this should fit just fine on a '13 Tiger xc, right? how easy is it to remove and replace? Aug 27, 2013
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Luc M: The harness is included in the purchase, one set of straps for the front, one for the back.To remove, you unclip the four plastic buckles, you can see the rear ones in the picture.Simple to use, but the straps stay on the bike if you ride without the bag. As to fitting your Tiger, it only needs a sloping tank because of its shape, but it should fit almost any thing. If you ride in the rain, get the rain cover... Sep 12, 2013
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Steve L: It's a great fit for my '11 Tiger 800 (Roadie). As the answers note above, all of the installation hardware/straps are included. I use the X-Straps when I'm not riding with the bag installed (keeps the quick release clips from flopping around all over the place.
And, when the bag is on and I need to refill the tank, it is easy to unbuckle the front and flip the bag out of the way.
Jul 31, 2014
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Douglas B: All the necessary straps are included for mounting and everyday use (the X-Strap is just something to hook in when you ride without the tank bag to keep the retaining straps from flopping around). I'm not familiar with Triumphs, but if you can string four straps on either end of the gas tank you should be fine. The bag isn't overly large but it's very handy. Highly recommended! Sep 11, 2013
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james b: The bag comes complete with attachment straps. The straps are loop style straps so there should be no problem attaching to your bike. I have a BMW R1200GS, so I would suggest looking at the mounting instructions for attachment points on your bike Sep 9, 2013
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Jose Apolo C: Im buy the X straps to a easy "put and remove" the tankbag come ready to install in my BMW F800 GS, just tale me a res minutes in al the proces Sep 3, 2013
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Andrey F: Yes, buy X straps for quick release Sep 8, 2013
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Michael S asked: If I add the optional large side pockets and the optional top pocket to the Rainier Tankbag, will the rain cover still fit, and work correctly? Jul 29, 2014
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Richard D: It fits fine with the outer bags that come with the Rainier. I can't remark about the large outer bags. I was missing the forward straps when I received mine. Make sure you order it with plenty time before your trip. I have no doubt that revzilla will quickly expedite the missing straps once I contact them during business hours. Sadly I'll be on the road. I'll try to have it shipped to my destination. Aug 9, 2014
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Steve L: The rain cover does fit with the removable external pockets that come with the bag.
No matter what, I would strongly recommend the rain cover. (too bad it isn't included with the bag like all of my photography bags).
Jul 31, 2014
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jordan d: I am sorry, I do not have a rain cover. I don't know if it will fit. I do know you want to have a rain cover because the slightest rain will leak Into this bag . It gets wet Jul 29, 2014
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Chester C: I don't know. I have the optional pockets, but not the rain cover. However, this tankbag is very water resistent and I bag my inner contents in Ziploc bags--problem solved. Jul 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: has anyone tried this bag on a 1200 GSW 2013? If so any feed back? interfere with GPS mount? Bars, lock to lock? Ease to remove for fuel? Aug 22, 2013
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James L: i installed the bag on a 2011 Triumph Tiger and it works great. Very easy to install. I would recommend this bag. Aug 23, 2013
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Shawn M: I have this bag on a F800GSA , I have an InReach on my bars and an iPhone case as well, stop to stop both units just touch the bag, but it does not seem to create any problem. The bag removes quickly with 4 clips, although my fuel is under the back I only remove it at night. In general, I am very pleased with the bag. Sep 5, 2013
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Chris R: I use a Rainer on my 2004 R1150RT
Not the same application but a similar steeply sloped tank.
An excellent tank bag.
I simply unclip front clips and roll the bag onto the seat to refuel. Takes 5 seconds.
As with nearly any bag of this capacity, the bars barely touch at full lock.
This is of no consequence to me as full lock only occurs when parking at walking speed.
Buy the bag. I feel it's better than most.
Aug 23, 2013
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Dave M: I installed mine on a super tenere. It was very very easy to install. Doesn't get in the way or interfere with any thing. Fueling up is a dream with this bag unclip the front and flop it back when done flop it forward and snap back in place. I absolutely love this bag. Ive gone through several other ones over the years and by far its the best i ever had. Don't forget to buy the rain cover its sold seperate. Aug 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this fit a 2004 r1150r? Jun 16, 2015
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Roy D: It should. These are very adaptable to the curved tanks of the GS. I have used this unit on an '07, and, for me it works fine. My preferred bag, however, is an old Marsee teardrop, expandable. I've had it for years, and it is my favorite. It is the very large unit (20 liter) with the zippable map pocket, not the one with the rigid plexi panel. I believe it is out of production, but they can be found, with strong google-fu. You can view a pic of it mounted and a review by searching WebBikeworld site for Marsee Teardrop Tankbag.. Mine had some zipper issues, and hence my purchase of the Wolfman Ranier, used until I could get a shoemaker to fix the Marsee zipper.

all the best,

Jun 16, 2015
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John C: Hello, Can't answer your question specifically, but I had this bag on my 2013 r1200gs and it fit perfectly. I just mounted it on a new 2016 r1200rs and it looks and works great on that bike too. So I'm of the opinion it should work on your 2004 r1150r.

If for some unforeseen reason it doesn't go on your bike, the Revzilla guys are great and will help you out fitting it on your bike or retuning it for another bag that will fit.

Good luck,

John C
Jun 16, 2015
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Jose Apolo C: In my f800gs fit like a glove, but im not shure if this tankbag fit good in the r1150r my friend Jun 19, 2015
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