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These came with the bike and mount up quite easily. They don't hold too much, bottle of water/camera/hat/spare gloves. I think they discreetly match the bike.
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These (Metal Mule) came with the bike when purchased. They are butt ugly but watertight, with quick release and lockable. They also take quite a lot of stuff inside them! Ready for road trip.


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Just sent for one of these.. Hopefully I can modify and make a nice pair of bags.

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SW Motech Bags quick release

here are my quick release SW Motech expandable bags. Love them, and they look really nice !
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I do like the look of brown leather bags on a black Bonnie, been looking for a while now for a inexpensive pair of bags that can be re-purposed.

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$45 Nylon Saddlebags and DIY Brackets

Bilt bags by Cycle Gear ($44.99 on sale) plus miscellaneous hardware from the garage to make my own brackets. I started with four Home Depot galvanized 9 in. steel landscaping stakes. I bent them, connected them two per side, and mounted them on my dresser rail. I can use them with my solo seat, with my stock seat and sissy bar, or simply take them off within a few minutes. They stay planted at speed and even came with rain covers and shoulder straps. Pics below show how easy they are to make and mount.

















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