Author [NL] [FR] [ES] [DE] [SE] [IT] Topic: Here's A Great Seat Bag  (Read 3078 times)

0 Members and 2 Guests are viewing this topic.

  • Offline azccj

    • Trophy Pro  ‐    121
    • ***
    • Topic Author

    Offline azccj

    • Trophy Pro
    • ***
    • Topic Author
    • Posts: 121
    • Bike: Trophy SE
    • City / Town: Glendale, AZ
    Here's A Great Seat Bag
    on: Jul 04, 2016, 12.34 pm
    Jul 04, 2016, 12.34 pm
    http://www.motorcyclegear.com/parts/luggage/tail_bags/ogio/moto_sport_tail_bag.html

    If anyone needs a seat bag, this one fits nicely on the rear seat of the TTSE. The four straps that secure the bag touch nothing but the seat, preventing any paint damage. It also works as a nice backrest when full of soft stuff like rain gear or clothes. If you need to take along more stuff than what will fit in the 3 hard bags and tank bag, and you don't ride with a passenger, this bag is for you. I used an old carabiner to secure all the strap ends under the seat. As long as the rear seat doesn't fall off the bike, this bag is very secure.







    Last Edit: Jul 04, 2016, 12.44 pm by azccj
    Current Bikes
    2013 Triumph Trophy SE
    2013 Burgman 650
    2005 BMW K1200LT
    2004 BMW R1150RT

  • Offline plgoddard   us

    • Trophy Pro  ‐    382
    • ***
      #1

    Offline plgoddard

    • Trophy Pro
    • ***
    • Posts: 382
    • IBA #61353
    • Bike: 2013 TTSE
    • City / Town: Detroit
    • Country: us
    Re: Here's A Great Seat Bag
    Reply #1 on: Jul 04, 2016, 02.40 pm
    Jul 04, 2016, 02.40 pm
     :017:

  • Offline Zebraranger   us

    • Trophy Pro  ‐    430
    • ***
      #2

    Offline Zebraranger

    • Trophy Pro
    • ***
    • Posts: 430
    • Bike: 16 Moto Guzzi Griso
    • Country: us
    Re: Here's A Great Seat Bag
    Reply #2 on: Jul 07, 2016, 02.37 am
    Jul 07, 2016, 02.37 am
    I too have the expandable Ogio tail bag, I purchased it originally to use on my Bonneville. I also have the Cortech tail bag that also fits nicely on the TTSE.

  • Offline Mystical Cat

    • Trophy Pro  ‐    134
    • ***
      #3

    Offline Mystical Cat

    • Trophy Pro
    • ***
    • Posts: 134
    • Bike: 2013 Trophy SE
    • City / Town: East Bay, CA
    Re: Here's A Great Seat Bag
    Reply #3 on: Aug 12, 2016, 03.30 pm
    Aug 12, 2016, 03.30 pm
    Thanks for sharing!  I want to take off my side bags for commuting, but still need to carry some odds and ends to/from work each day, and this looks perfect.
    "Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle." ~Unknown

  • Offline azccj

    • Trophy Pro  ‐    121
    • ***
    • Topic Author
    • #4

    Offline azccj

    • Trophy Pro
    • ***
    • Topic Author
    • Posts: 121
    • Bike: Trophy SE
    • City / Town: Glendale, AZ
    Re: Here's A Great Seat Bag
    Reply #4 on: Aug 14, 2016, 08.33 am
    Aug 14, 2016, 08.33 am
    Earlier this month I returned from a 3 week trip on the Trophy. 7600 miles in all, doing 1189 miles the last day :005:, my ass still hurts. The seat bag worked perfect and carried all my water proof gear and heated vest. The bag was easy on and easy off at the hotel each night and kept everything inside nice and dry. Great bag, I really liked the the 2 side pockets which held my flashlight and other things I might have needed on the road.
    Current Bikes
    2013 Triumph Trophy SE
    2013 Burgman 650
    2005 BMW K1200LT
    2004 BMW R1150RT

  • Offline rvbobby   us

    • Trophy Pro  ‐    416
    • ***
      #5

    Offline rvbobby

    • Trophy Pro
    • ***
    • Posts: 416
    • Bike: 2014 Trophy
    • City / Town: Raleigh nc
    • Country: us
    Re: Here's A Great Seat Bag
    Reply #5 on: Aug 16, 2016, 02.15 am
    Aug 16, 2016, 02.15 am
    Thanks for the info! :047:

  • Offline Mystical Cat

    • Trophy Pro  ‐    134
    • ***
      #6

    Offline Mystical Cat

    • Trophy Pro
    • ***
    • Posts: 134
    • Bike: 2013 Trophy SE
    • City / Town: East Bay, CA
    Re: Here's A Great Seat Bag
    Reply #6 on: Aug 16, 2016, 11.26 pm
    Aug 16, 2016, 11.26 pm
    Mine just arrived, and it's perfect.  Thanks again!

    "Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle." ~Unknown