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Old 02-10-2014, 11:36 AM   #241 (permalink)
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Went for the SW Motech Blaze bags. I like them - they blend in with the bike nicely. Added a Givi topbox that I had lying around and I have a tank bag which will give me plenty of space for touring.

The Blaze outfit cost me $320 shipped (well, 200 in the UK).

Oh, and I bought a new Puig mini touring screen for $41 shipped - works well!

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Old 02-10-2014, 07:21 PM   #242 (permalink)
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Coming from an ST with a tank bag and hard luggage, I am going minimalist on the Thruxton. This bag has enough room for a cell, sunglasses, and a few basic tools, etc. I have a tail pack and a Kriega 20 for travel, but for the time being this should be all I need.

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Old 02-23-2014, 07:50 AM   #243 (permalink)
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I think I've posted pictures of my T100 with Triumph leather bags and with Metal Mule panniers on this thread earlier. Here is my newest set-up. They are Ortlieb bicycle panniers.

I finished the brackets last weekend, but we'd had a snow storm and there was still a lot of ice in shady spots so I didn't ride. Yesterday, I went out and gave them a test ride.

I still have to pull the brackets off, sandblast them at work, and paint them. It takes five minutes to mount the pannier racks. They attach to where the passenger pegs would go and to two spots on the grab rails I fabricated. The tire pump mounts to the right grab rail as well.

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Old 03-01-2014, 11:58 AM   #244 (permalink)
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Elsewhere in this thread I posted pics of the LeatherLyke bags I have. Great bags, but a bit of overkill for daily commuting needs. I like a more minimalist look, so picked up a couple fork/tool bags and strapped them to the same bracket that the LeatherLyke bags use. Easy enough to switch between the two as needed.
Also have a Velcro-backed strap around the seat for jacket or such.
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Old 03-03-2014, 01:30 PM   #245 (permalink)
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Got my Wolfman Monarch pass bag mounted... It's strapped to a custom cutting board backing plate which is bolted to a factory pannier rack. I'm happy with how it turned out.


new bag by davekizerian, on Flickr

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Old 03-05-2014, 08:08 AM   #246 (permalink)
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Nice looking! any idea how the universal straps mount it?
I used my MC Resources bracket from newbonneville. Have been with me on many
different sideluggage mounting :-)


My old dad's armybag


My laptop "delta force" bag :-) not sure if it's for the military but the ebay list said it ...


Wolfman adventure bags for longer trips


The roto-pax extra fule can
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I don't like most of the modern bags on the Bonnies. They look like they belong on a rocket ship.

But that Wrenchmonkee bag is one I'd proudly stick on my bike.
Follow you on that :-)

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Old 04-12-2014, 03:06 AM   #249 (permalink)
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Been looking thru this thread for some pannier ideas. Like the Hepco Becker but not the price, Leatherlyke Looks ok but only 21 liters and you need the Triumph accessory rail.

So I went for the Pelican ripoff cases for $40 ea. All up cost of $130au with all the hardware even the including the blowtorch I used for heating the steel brackets.

Had a discussion with the wife as to wether they should follow the line of the seat or the mufflers. The mufflers won.

Now I'm all ready for that solo tour on my week off coming up next month.

The airhawk seat pad cost the same as the panniers.

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Finally wore out the fabric Triumph bags and went with the Triumph Leather set
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