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askfaport 07-14-2009 09:39 PM

Info:Motorcyclist need leather saddle bags Realy?
 
Saddlebags are the bags that are attached to saddles. They’re designed to hold everything from sponges to sandwiches, and to fit on just about every part of the saddle. A must have for everyone who wants to be ready to hit the trail. Most of the saddle bags can be made from various materials, although leather was the traditional material it is heavier and requires more maintenance than many modern versions. Smaller ones are typically used to hold a few items such as tools, waterproofs, food, first-aid kit etc. We need to choose the closures for secure fit that doesn't slide and distribute the weight safely.
Saddlebags or panniers mount on either side of the rear of the motorcycle roughly beside (but not interfering with) the pillion passenger. "Hard" panniers commonly come in an injection moulded plastic such as ABS, and "soft" panniers come in some form of textile (e.g. Cordura) or leather. Saddle bags are nearly always attachable and often lockable, both of their mountings and their closure. Side-loading saddle bags are especially suitable for carefully packed clothing and taking into hotel rooms (like a suitcase), while top-loading hard saddle bags are preferred by other users. Utility top-loading soft saddle bags often come in a "throw-over" form without mountings or fixings, perhaps safely held in place under the rider or pillion - or simply loose.
So it is very important.

seruzawa 07-15-2009 05:02 AM

No shyt? That's what saddlebags are for?

longride 07-15-2009 05:26 AM

More cheap, crappy Pakastani gear for that discriminating motorcyclist eh?

Kenneth_Moore 07-15-2009 05:36 AM

Most motorcycles have seats. These seats are sometimes known as saddles. Motorcycle seats are placed in such a way as to coincide with the rider's posterior during riding. Seats have padding of a nature that may be foam to provide cushioning for the motorcyclists posterior. Seats may be made of leather or vynil. Perforated seat materials absorb sound and are recommended for older riders or those who consume beer and pickled eggs.

newagetwotone 07-15-2009 07:01 AM

My motorcycle doesnt have a seat, i stand, im just that hardcore.

sarnali2 07-15-2009 08:26 AM

well I know if I have sponges to carry around it's into my saddlebags they go....

Dr_Sprocket 07-15-2009 11:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by longride (Post 218747)
More cheap, crappy Pakastani gear for that discriminating motorcyclist eh?

You can say it again, brother!

Dr_Sprocket 07-15-2009 11:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kenneth_Moore (Post 218749)
Most motorcycles have seats. These seats are sometimes known as saddles. Motorcycle seats are placed in such a way as to coincide with the rider's posterior during riding. Seats have padding of a nature that may be foam to provide cushioning for the motorcyclists posterior. Seats may be made of leather or vynil. Perforated seat materials absorb sound and are recommended for older riders or those who consume beer and pickled eggs.

OMG! ROTLMAO! That was frickin' funny!

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