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Great small tank bag for phone, GoPro, and cords
This is a great small tank bag for holding/displaying your phone (or a paper map).
It has just enough space for a phone, GoPro, cords, and a few mounts. Its not going to hold much more than that, as the internal space is really not very large, but that is exactly why I purchased it.
The magnets are quite strong and the bag stays put through hard cornering, wheelies, etc...
If you want a *small* tank bag for a few gadgets and a map, this is the right bag.
Great riding backpack
I've used numerous backpacks while riding and this one is at the top. Comfortable straps and very sturdy. You don't even feel it there while riding. The cross straps allow for a tight but not restrictive fit. Holds plenty too, enough for a weekend away.
Verio liners good
This is a good solution without going crazy on cost. The fit is good, allows about 2.5 inches of extra space. Bag length is 2 1/2 shorter than the box. I find the extra space perfect for a water bottle. These are not the highest quality, but good enough for this application.
I would buy these again.
I have a Honda ST1300. The cover fits the windshield, both seats and the suitcases with room to spare. The only drawbacks are the metal hooks at the ends of the elastic straps. They were probably designed for a larger bike, where the hooks could attach to the frame or the footpegs. I have a lot of plastic cowling so I replaced the metal hooks with plastic clips. Otherwise, it looks like a well made cover. I will see if it holds up to the New Mexico sun.
Michael (Palm Desert, CA)
Easily the best straps that I have used for my bike.
Powertye adjustable cargo net
It is easy to use and capable of holding a 12 pack securely on the rack (as well as many other things. That was the most impressive cargo I have transported so far).