Bike Master Stretch Net
Low cost accessory that adds a ton of utility to the bike. I regularly strap helmets and bags to the tail. Seems to be made well, careful with the rubber covers on the end of the hooks though as there is exposed sharp metal underneath.
October 5, 2015
Durable yet stretchy net
This net works great on the back of my KLX450R rear rack. Makes it easy to stash a jacket, helmet, or whatever I might find along my day trips.
August 31, 2015
Quality product at a good price
The net is very sturdy and flexible at the same time. It keeps my backpack secure with no shifting throughout my drive to work. I cannot comment on durability as I have only been using it for 4 weeks at this point. Finish relieved an average rating based on the rubber caps for one of the hook ends tearing fairly quickly.
June 29, 2015
Practically a must-have
Simple, cheap and effective. I haven't tried to hold any helmets down with it but I think it would be big enough. I can tell you that a gallon of milk and a (few) box(es) of Nutty Bars fit under it just fine.
May 29, 2015
Classic - don't leave home without it.
It's funny that after a decade of riding and using every imaginable method to strap down my gear, I come back to the bungee net. When you need to get your stuff from point A to point B in a pinch, nothing beats the simplicity and functionality of a bungee.
May 18, 2015
I've had a number of mesh nets that suck, this isn't one of them. High quality and worth every penny.
January 1, 2015
Very handy stretch net
Durable and easy to carry.
These little items makes a huge difference when needed.
September 20, 2014
Funcational and inexpensive solution to carrying more
I bought two of these and am really glad I did as It took both to cover a fully packed backpack and mount it securely to my last 08 SV650s. I would regularly feel behind me to make sure everything was still in place and there never was a moment where it felt like anything was coming loose. These eventually offered some sweet peace of mind in traveling with a bit more stuff and are a seriously cheaper option to buying dedicated tank bags, or luggage pieces.
September 9, 2014