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The Cortech Super 2.0 sport tail bag I attach to the back seat of my BMW R1100RT is great for weekend jaunts...and longer.
The tail bag's various hooks, cords and clips tuck out of sight when the case is not on your bike. This makes it a very presentable and versatile piece of soft-sided, carry-around luggage.
I frequently use this tail bag to carry gear for short trips -- particularly when I don't need lots of clothes that necessitate attaching my bike's hard-sided saddlebags.
When I reach my destination, I can get to my gear quite easily while the tail bag is still on the bike. Or I can detach it and carry it inside like a regular piece of soft-sided luggage.
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Here are features the Cortech sport tail bag gives you…
The bag measures 13.4-inch long, 14.2-inch wide by 7.5-inch deep to give you a 24-liter capacity.
I created my own tail bag attachment system by fastening two female quick-release clips at the very back of my bike's passenger seat. They enable me to use the bag's matching quick release clips to secure one end of the bag.
Then I thread an adjustable strap through each "D" ring on the handle and snug down the bag's other end.
This four-point attachment system holds the bag solidly in place and keeps it out of my way on the passenger seat. But I can still detach it quickly when I reach my destination.
You have lots of options when it comes to selecting a tail bag. This one works very well for me.
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