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Luggage Racks and Options For The Scrambler

Hello People.

I was starting to look for options to mount luggage racks and bags on my Yellow Icon.
Do any of you good folks have any experience with purchasing options or fabrication for the same?
I've seen some nice options at the UK Stores for tail bags and a great option of a Givi rack mount and bags, but they don't ship to India!

So yeah, do write in if any of you have had any luggage options fitted on your scramblers!

Cheers
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Hello People.

I was starting to look for options to mount luggage racks and bags on my Yellow Icon.
Do any of you good folks have any experience with purchasing options or fabrication for the same?
I've seen some nice options at the UK Stores for tail bags and a great option of a Givi rack mount and bags, but they don't ship to India!

So yeah, do write in if any of you have had any luggage options fitted on your scramblers!

Cheers
You should have a look at these
Legend-Gear by SW-Motech Germany - Legend Gear by SW-MOTECH Germany
They look nice and come out next year...
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Hepco & becker has both rack and side frames.

furthermore, Touratech has tested same last september, and I wonder they will show them at Eicma show in Milan next week.

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Thanks folks for sharing the links and the info.
Unfortunately Mototech, which looks like s great option is kind of overpriced out here in India.
Planning to go with Komine semi regid saddle bags.
Shall update after trying them on longish rides. My only concern being the exhaust outlet over heating the right bag, but I've been told by fellow riders that it's not an issue.
Cheers and happy riding.

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Unfortunately Mototech, which looks like s great option is kind of overpriced out here in India.
Viper did you get in touch with Sean of Big Bad Bikes? I bought SW Motech gear for my Scrambler from him at pretty much the same prices as in European outlets.



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Hello People.

I was starting to look for options to mount luggage racks and bags on my Yellow Icon.
Do any of you good folks have any experience with purchasing options or fabrication for the same?
I've seen some nice options at the UK Stores for tail bags and a great option of a Givi rack mount and bags, but they don't ship to India!

So yeah, do write in if any of you have had any luggage options fitted on your scramblers!

Cheers
I use the Kriega US70 on my Scrambler and love it. And it's easy to fit. take the seat off, attach the 4 anchor straps, put the seat back on, then attache how ever many you need. and i find i can fit ample kit in them. I spent 8 days riding around Australia with these and had more than enough space.


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I use the Kriega US70 on my Scrambler and love it. And it's easy to fit. take the seat off, attach the 4 anchor straps, put the seat back on, then attache how ever many you need. and i find i can fit ample kit in them. I spent 8 days riding around Australia with these and had more than enough space.


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You did that on a scrambler? Trip report please!
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I use the Kriega US70 on my Scrambler and love it.
I would like to see how big the US70 is on the Scrambler. If you have a picture, please share. Thanks!
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