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The Timberwolf is designed for bikes with flatter tanks. Lots of capacity and options help make sure what you need is at hand. Load it up for long distance rides to new places with the removable map pocket, side pockets and the expandable gusset; or trim it down for daily use.
On the bike, it's mounted securely with a 3-point harness and non-scratch, non-slip bottom. Off the bike, you can take it with you with its carry handle.
Removable side pockets
Removable map pocket
Large #10 YKK zipper main opening
3 point mounting for superior holding power
Front zippered mesh pocket
Interior zippered mesh pocket, and key clip
Ballistic nylon construction
Foam and plastic stiffeners
Non-slip, non-scratch bottom
Reflective side accents and carry handle
Width: 12 1/4” (body is 8/3/4”, each pocket 1 3/4”)
If you are looking for a quality tank bag take a look at Wolfman products and you will not be disappointed.
August 11, 2014
The bag is well made
The bag has good features and appears to be well made. The company has extra parts available if you have more than one bike which is good. I have had some in past that I couldn't get another strap kit. I use a tank bag everyday and believe this one will give me years of service. The zippers are well made and stitching is done to last. The none skid bottom on bag does a great job of keeping bag placed even with it unstrapped.
June 3, 2014
Built like a tank
I did a lot of research before purchasing a tank bag for my new to me MG V11 sport. I looked at a lot of bags and always came back to the Timberwolf. It didn't disappoint. Installed in minutes, fit this bike well, and looks like it's built for going to war. It stays in place and holds everything I need for day trips. It's new so I can't swear to its durability, but compared to other bags I've owned, I'm sure it will last for years.
May 12, 2014
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S G: I bought this exact same tankbag ten years and 160,000 miles ago -- it still is a solid, functional tankbag. But, is faded and stained to the point where it LOOKS like it's ten yrs old and has 160,000 miles on it -- but my 2004 BMW R1100S is still bright and polished. So ... I want the same ultra functional tankbag; but newer looking. Ha!! I'll use the old faded one on another (very old) BMW I've got.Nov 7, 2014
ED S: Timberwolf products are high quality. i have other timberwolf bags and they are first class.Feb 9, 2014
Charles S: I am replacing a worn bag on my BMW F800ST motorcycle. I still navigate with a map, so keep the bag on and use it all the time. I have seen Wolfman products but never owned one. This looked like a good value and a good fit with the features I wanted. Plus, I got to use a Revzilla gift card I picked up at last year's BMW MOA Rally. Thanks!Oct 15, 2013
R O: Have an Explorer Lght that I have on my KLR. Works well. Needed a tank bag for my Versys. This should fit a little better on the flatter tank of the Versys.Aug 20, 2013
Tom B asked:I'm looking at the vast numbers of tank bags out there, and keep coming back to the Timberwolf. I guess it's mainly because a lot of bags seem to be made for adventure bikes, or bikes with strongly sloped tanks- all my bikes have flatter tanks! I like that this one has a slight tilt towards the rider.
Questions: How easy are the side pockets to remove and re-install? How well does the rain cover protect the bag in heavy rain? Are there any ports for cords? Does the map pocket keep stuff dry in heavy rain?Dec 18, 2014
Wesley M:Hi Tom, Like you, I looked at many options before ordering. At the time, I needed a tank bag for a trip I was taking around the Pacific Northwest. I have an '81 BMW R100RT and wanted something to match closely with its vintage. First day of the trip, it was raining and rained several times during the trip. I'm very happy with my choice. We shipped our motorcycles ahead of us and flew to Portland. I used this tank bag as my carry-on. I took the shoulder straps from my disc golf bag and made a backpack out of the tank bag. Side pockets - very easy - Rain cover - works great - map pocket too. Nothing got wet even in heavy rain. I do have a windshield which would be a factor. Going from memory, I believe there is a port at the front. If not, I may have run my power cord through the zipper for charging. Warning: the horn button might get mashed against the side pockets in parking lot turning sending the occasional false messages to bystanders. Otherwise the width did not bother me. Obviously, they can be removed when not in use and the problem be avoided. All of my luggage compartments on the bike lock. I used my tank bag to house my cameras, electronics, gloves, hat, money, etc. and I could quickly remove the bag, attach my custom back straps and start walking, while leaving the bike unattended which allowed for peace of mind that someone wouldn't snatch and grab all of my expensive stuff. Which has happened to me before, so thoughts of theft stress me out. I would certainly recommend this bag, as I am happy with all aspects of the pack. Good luck.Dec 18, 2014
Steven D:-Side pockets are held on with velcro straps through loops and a velcro strip to stabilize. Easy as can be. -I don't have a rain cover. I have a small windscreen that keeps most of the rain off the bag at speed but rode in extended downpours in stop and go without any water intrusion. -There are no ports for cords. -The map pocket never got wet inside.
I have used this bag over 6000 miles riding across the country. Your tank bag is your closest friend and constant companion on such journeys and I will use this one again on my next trip.Dec 21, 2014
Matthew P:Side pockets are very easy to take off/put on. Just Velcro and Velcro straps. I am in desert so I can't really answer your reason questions but it's quality stuff. No ports but they look simple enough to add. I pulled the map thing and put my phone there (put Velcro on the back of it), works really well. I use mine on a triumph scrambler and a triumph legend which both have pretty flat tanks. It's perfect for them. Also, I got the y strap to keep the bike bound straps from dangling when the bag isn't on it, really useful. My wife also made me get the backpack straps because she hates leaving the bag on the bike, pretty practical system. Hope that helps. Dec 18, 2014
michael g:The side pockets can be removed or installed in less than 10 seconds. I don't have the rain cover for the bag.I have rode with it in the a few times including a trip of about 300miles in one day through the rain and even some hail.and even though the outside of the bag was wet the contents were dry. There are no ports for cords.I just put my cords between were the zippers come together. Yes the map pocket has kept everything dry it is sealed with velcro on one end. I had this tank bag on a triumph scrambler and it works great for the flatter tanks.I would definitely get the wolfman y strap to go with it though.Dec 19, 2014
Mark S:1. The side pockets are on with velcro straps. Easy enough to remove but I never have except that I took them off to swap them to the opposite side so that the zipper pull was closer to me. I keep a water bottle in one and snacks in the other and wanted easy access while riding. 2. The rain cover will completely wrap the bag top and sides, behind the fairing on the 1150RT nothing has ever gotten wet. 3. I added a powerlet power port and a powered connector. 4. It stays dry enough. Again, behind a fairing it isn't too bad.
Charles S:I used a Timberwolf on a BMW F800ST all of last summer, including a long tour with two solid days of rain. The side pockets are easy - they attach with velcro straps - very solid. The rain cover works fine - it is light and packs very small. Could use velcro on the top to attach the map pocket to in rain. No ports for cords. I added a cable attachment through the front of the pack. The map pocket is well designed but in heavy rain your paper map will get wet. Hope that helps - I am very satisfied with mine.Dec 18, 2014
Chris M:The side pockets are fairly easy to remove. There is Velcro across back of pocket that holds them to back plus 2 Velcro straps on each pocket. There isn't any holes for cord. The rain cover does fairly well keeping it dry. Only placd it got wet for me was on bottom. I ever used the map pocket but would notice that moisture did get inside it. Don't know if it's them temp change or water getting in it. I used the bag on several different bikes and one had a very flat tank. Dec 18, 2014
Justin H:No, this bag is far too small for a helmet or jacket. The main portion is probably 12"x12"x6" give or take. It's enough to fit a takeout container, your gloves, a few bungee cords and small items but nothing big like that. The side pockets will fit a 20oz soda bottle but not much more.Jul 18, 2014