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765 Street Triple Bag Quandary

Discussion in 'Street Triple' started by learningtofly, Feb 10, 2019.

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  1. learningtofly

    learningtofly Errrr...
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    #1 learningtofly, Feb 10, 2019
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    Just looking for some advice actually, regarding bag options for a Street Triple R fitted with grab rails as per below:

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    I've been mulling this over for ages now, and have just tried the panniers offered as a freebie on here without success (they're about to go to the next in line on the thread on the same postage-only basis). Sadly they just didn't work with the grab rails, though.

    The bags that really look perfect are the SW-Motech Blaze H saddlebag set...

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    However, at about £300 they're just too expensive, especially as I don't know what they'd look or fit like hanging over the grab rails. Does anyone know of a good. tidy solution, or am I better off with a simple tailbag secured with a couple of bunjies and just calling it a day?
     
  2. Sprinter

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    Have a look at Ventura or you could buy a Givi rack and add your own bags/panniers, cos their racks are cheap but the bags are expensive. For cheap bags look at Lomo.
     
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  3. learningtofly

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    Thanks - I'll have a look at both.
     
  4. ContactSC

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    Not sure if you're set on having panniers but I have the official rear tailpack on mine and it's great.
     
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  5. learningtofly

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    Thanks for the reminder - I'll have another look at that too.
     
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