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post #31 of 58 (permalink) Old 02-20-2017, 07:05 PM
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Here is a link for some more info on our new Deluxe Adventure Dry Saddlebags on our vendor page.

https://www.africatwinforum.com/forum...addlebags.html

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post #32 of 58 (permalink) Old 02-20-2017, 07:15 PM
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I am checking out the Kriega Overlander 60 system. I like the versatility of having bags and the rotopak fuel/water containers. The AT is not known for its large fuel capacity.

They are pricey and are as much as hard cases. Anyone have any experience with them?

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Has anyone tried this new version of the Nelson Rigg Deluxe dry saddle bags?
These Nelson Rigg will be available in Australia real soon, they look like the gear for me.
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post #34 of 58 (permalink) Old 02-23-2017, 01:42 AM
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my solution

I use a soft bag from a local manufacturer .. which sits over the pillion seat - with or without the topbox fitted

have detachable SWM racks - for protection as much as anything else - they fact that the come off quickly is a bonus, will fina a pic of the bag itself
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ps - those are not the soft bags i was referring to - those are my old SADF issue stuff from back in the day heheheh below are some pics of the soft bags.. please note the 'yellow' one should hang down , but as the racks were not fitted yet i test mounted them horizontally ,

i have used them offroad on the old Transalp 700 - and they work just fine - in doubt just use more straps -
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So we just finished up our newest photo/video shoot for our new Deluxe Dry Saddlebags on the awesome Africa Twin. Man this bike is not dissapoint and nor did our bags. Everything was bone dry after a day in the desert and numerous washes. Here are a few quick photos. Much more to come.













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Hi Nelson Rigg, are you sure that's not me in that photo shoot haha, I wish
Now I really can't wait to get some, as I once lost a "black" bag, (opp brand) mainly due to lack of design and quality (bag straps and buckles broke) I almost did not find it due to its black camo contrast in the bush.
Now I'm not saying that I wish to lose these or break the straps, but in the unlikely event the Yellow will stand out much better. Straps and Alloy buckles look heavy duty.
What I've seen so far by your Ad's and these close up field pics, I'm impressed!
I'll let you know how they go, for me.
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Those Rigg Gear bags look great, how do I get a set to me here in Australia?

Just put a set of stainless Toys2Go racks on, need some bags now.
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Those Rigg Gear bags look great, how do I get a set to me here in Australia?

Just put a set of stainless Toys2Go racks on, need some bags now.
Hi Rotorpix, My local dealer told me that the Rigg Gear will be available here in Australia real soon, through most M/C Retailers.
I like most want the touchy feel before I buy, so I'm hanging out until they arrive, I'll ask my local dealer if there is a due date and keep you posted.

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Please contact our Australian distributor. Their shipment should be arriving about now. http://www.linkint.com.au/

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Those Rigg Gear bags look great, how do I get a set to me here in Australia?

Just put a set of stainless Toys2Go racks on, need some bags now.
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