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Developed by sport riders, for sport riders, the Sportrax luggage series is ergonomically designed and comes a limited lifetime warranty. Featuring built-in security cables, lockable and waterproof zippers, sewn-in rain hood and molded handles. The Dowco exclusive color match design system, which includes 8 different colored inserts, is also included.
Built from 1680 denier polyester with carbon fiber vinyl accents.
Utilizes magnets and straps to fit all tanks.
Clear electronics storage area with audio/power ports, key fob, and backpack sling included.
Hydration bladder storage area and access port (order bladder separately).
Internal storage pockets and 4 inches of expansion.
Measures 14" x 9.5" x 6" (14" x 9.5" x 10" expanded)
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angel b: Because of all the reviews vs my other choice has no reviews yet maybe still to newApr 21, 2014
Christopher F: Needed a bigger tank back for my upcoming cross-country trip. Like that this has so much versatility and a built in rain cover.Apr 20, 2014
Annette F: My son liked it because it is compact and functional. He can also use his navigator when he is riding.Jan 19, 2014
A shopper asked:The description says this bag has built-in security cable. Is the cable meant to wrap around the tank, around the triple clamp, or where? Seems like a good idea, but as it is not shown in the pictures, I would like to know more about this feature.Mar 1, 2014
Vishnu H:Hmmm... I'm guessing they're referring to a tab with a D-Ring located on the part of the bag closest to the triple clamp, which you can use to add a security strap of your own, but it doesn't come with a strap. I've used a length of webbing with velcro at the ends to wrap around the triple clamp just in case the magnets let go- this hasn't happened yet, but is a good precaution to take.Apr 5, 2014
Andrew C:A steel cable with loops at both ends is included. You can loop one end around a handle and lock the other end to your bike (helmet lock would work). Or lock the zippers to one loop. Nothing very high-tech here, a $3 readily-available universal part, but probably effective.Jun 2, 2014
Vishnu H:Hey, please ignore my last response- I just realized you were asking about a bag I don't own, but was assuming the question was directed to me because of a different bag I purchased. My bad- sorry!Apr 5, 2014
A shopper asked:I love the features that the Fastrax bags have, I tried the tailbag but it is too big for my bike. (BMW F800ST) Since the tank bag is somewhat smaller would it be possible to use it as a tail bag on my luggage rack using it's existing strap attachments?Mar 13, 2013
RevZilla:Dowco does not recommend that you use this tank bag as a tail bag. Doing so, might result in involuntary bowel movements when you see all your personal items being crushed by the cars behind you.Mar 15, 2013
A shopper asked:Which bag has more space inside: this bag or the First Gear Manza tank bag? I like this bag a little better because I have a large phone (galaxy Note II) and this bag's accesory pocket appears like it would fit the phone for GPS. The Manza bag appears to have more space though. Also, do you carry the hydration bladder for this bag? Thx.Dec 17, 2012
RevZilla:The capacity of the Dowco Fastrax Sport / Adventure Tank Bag is 798 cubic inches and 1330 cubic inches when expanded whereas the Firstgear Monza Tank Bag / Backpack has a 1680 Cubic Inch capacity. We do not carry the hydration bladder from Dowco but understand that most generic 1-liter bladders should fit.Dec 18, 2012
Vishnu H:Mine came with just one strap, allowing the bag to be slung over the shoulder. Because of how it's set-up, it wouldn't be difficult to improvise a set of straps to wear it like a back pack- there are two D-Rings at one end (the "top"), one at each corner, and another D-Ring at the other end (the "bottom") in the center. Your question has actually inspired me to try it that way.Apr 5, 2014
Vishnu H:Hey, please ignore my last response- I just realized you were asking about a bag I don't own, but was assuming the question was directed to me because of a different bag I purchased. My bad- sorry! I need to pay more attention to the details.Apr 5, 2014