Grand Prix 500
Grand Prix 500
Main Motorcycle: '09 Thruxton-Rosie Rae ll
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: South Austin, Texas
|Club Cafe' Cafe Racers; the Thruxton and other custom cafe styled bikes.|
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I'm surprised no yet has mentioned this USA company:
"Kriega packs are designed specifically for motorcycles both in terms of features and performance. The ergonomics of wearing a rucksack whilist riding a motorcycle are completely different to that when walking – a correctly adjusted Kriega backpack will out perform any other rucksack on the market.
The major difference between a Kriega pack and other brands is the harness system. All our packs have an innovative harness design which provides the highest level of fit and comfort. With none of the underarm restriction experienced with other backpacks. Unlike conventional harness systems the load is carried on the hips and chest, transferring the majority of the load away from the shoulders and thereby preventing the neck strain experienced with regular rucksacks."
And no, I don't work for Kriega. You simply pay for what you get.
I have the Kriega R20.
It's the best rucksack I have ever used.
It distributes the weight so well, you don't get it digging into your shoulders.
It's very well made, and very waterproof.
It's outlasted anything I've previously owned.
If I do eventually have to replace it, it'll be for another Kriega.
And, no, I don't have any connection with Kriega, apart from being a happy customer
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