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I'm looking for a great tail bag for a few items like boots and a shirt, maybe some water bottles. Anyone love their tail bag and would be so kind to recommend the brand and model so I can enjoy it too? 2k7 naked. Thanks!


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Can't carry too much...but this works for me. I also have a tank bag if I need more capacity. Walmart...$10...I would not consider it "great", but again it works.

 

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I have the same bike minus the shortened exhaust and risers. Looks pretty good.


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I've had the Cycle Guys Fast Pack tail bag on my bike for over a year and I use it contantly. It might not be quite big enough to carry boots, but you could easily fit a regular pair of shoes and other clothing/food/water bottles/etc. I like it a lot because when I'm not using it, it stays zipped down and becomes a pretty discrete-looking rear seat cover. They're 70 bucks and for a 2nd gen SV, you'd want Size 3. Check it out...

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I just installed The Cycle Guys FastPack Tail bag and it's perfect. Looks a little goofy when there is stuff in it but who cares, I can't see it when I'm riding anyway. Saves me from putting my big bracket and luggage on the back of the bike.

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I've been looking at a Saddleman Tunnel Bag, but haven't found anyone that has one for input. It looks like it should be a good tail bag though. I had a Cargo tail pack for a couple of years, but it finally fell victim to the Arizona Sun and the seams failed. Good pack until then.
 
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