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SHAD E48 Semi-Rigid Side Cases Hold a Huge Amount of Gear The brand-new SHAD “Semi Rigid” collection includes tank bags, a backpack and saddlebags or panniers. These are relatively inexpensive but all nicely designed. They’re a good compromise between expensive and heavy hard bags and flabby soft bags. The E48 Semi Rigid side bags look …

Marsee “Rocket Pocket” Tank Bag The Marsee Rocket Pocket is a well made, smaller sized tank bag is just right for carrying a few items. But the zipper can be balky at times. Long-distance riders will probably laugh at the size of this tank bag. After all, it’s not uncommon to see 20, 25 and …

Marsee “Mighty Mini” Tank Bag The Marsee Mighty Mini tank bag is about as small as you can get. It should fit just about any size fuel tank. It’s fully lined, nicely made and the zippers have big pulls. The shape is narrow and tall, which maximizes the amount of internal storage space, but makes …

The BikeSeen High-Visibility Visi-Bag Several different types of motorcycle backpacks are available from a variety of sources, but most of them seem too large for casual use. Hard-shell backpacks are also available, but surely carrying something with a hard case on your back would be a liability during an accident. I also try to avoid …

Roadgear Luggage Review The Roadgear tank bag, tail bag set is soft motorcycle luggage that works well for sportbikes. The smaller capacity tank bag and tail bag are very easy to mount and remove from the motorcycle. Simple design means that they’re easier to use. But, they are not waterproof. Roadgear provides a 10-year warranty. …