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Good bag for Supersport Bike?

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by senfinger, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. senfinger

    senfinger Loaded Pockets

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    I was looking at Kriega but wanted to see what others are using on a motorcycle!

    Other than Jansport, what do you ride with that stays planted! ;D

    I have a 15.4 Laptop that will be in a neo-sleeve or if the bag has a sleeve or not I will be good...

    Looking for ideas from people who ride-
     
  2. shoeglue

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    Personally I prefer sling bags.... Like the moab10 or better yet the kodiak for the extra cross strap.

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  3. EdB999

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    Have a Kriegra us-20 and works well on the back of my Fireblade (954). Is easily removable, waterproof and has a (removable) white lining so you can find your things in it!
    Don't use it a massive amount, tend to use my (oxford) backpack for short journeys as I dont have to worry about leaving it o the bike or clipping/un-clipping it. But for longer rides where I don't want the weight on my back its been ace :)
     
  4. homer603

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    Tom Bihn products.
    You will not find a better backpack.
    It has great straps to keep it in place.
    You do not want your backpack to be shifting when riding.
     
  5. Brian45

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    I use a Maxpedition Monsoon Gearslinger. It is a lot easier to get on and off than a backpack. I found a backpack can be difficult to get on and off with a proper riding jacket. This pack stays put and I rarely use the waist strap.
     
  6. senfinger

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    Not a big fan of the single strap/sling... Also Tom Bihn (The smaller bag won't fit my 15.4" Laptop...)

    Anyone else? Still looking- (Need to visit REI or something LoL)
     
  7. Fighting Shibas

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    I use an Icon tank bag, can't remember the model name, but it should have room to fit most laptops in it, attaches to your tank magnetically, as long as you keep your bike clean, there is no need to worry about scratching the paint on your tank. Here's a link: Hope the its ok to hot link, if not please remove and accept my apologies.
    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ICON-Urban-Tank-Bag-Black-/270774473960?pt=Apparel_Merchandise&hash=item3f0b6a94e8#ht_1851wt_922
    http://www.rideicon.com/product_details.jsp?category=3435&id=11994
     
  8. EdB999

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    Just heading out so thought I'd graphics a snap of the us20....

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  9. AndyH

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    MaxP Mongo. It has a stabiliser waist strap. I just had to shorten the shoulder strap slightly as the bag sits on the passenger seat. I carry an iPad rather than a laptop now though.
     
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  11. senfinger

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    Thanks for all of the ideas!!!