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I plan on picking up some Kriega bags in the future. In the meantime for daily commuting, the Ogio tail bag is working well. I just have to redo the straps so I can move it back an inch.
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Just ordered a Kreiga 10 for daily use. I also have tank bag that carries 15L. That should cover what I need for commuting duties.

For travelling distance and weekend trips I am considering a Kriega 30 or GIVI WP400.

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I'm using the wolfman 'wolftail' tailbag. in fact I am flying with it to San Jose tis Friday to pick up my bike from Corbin. The only thing I'd be worried about on the classic seat is damaging the piping visually with the cords/straps. Other than that the bag fits well and lets me change my riding position a bit as I can lean back against the bag. It took some of the pressure off of my tailbone as I rode it all the way up to Monterey for Corbin to pick up. There aren't places to hook it up pre say so I just crossed braced the straps and hooked them onto themselves.
For me, cost is priority 1 and not the amount of function. So I made this work for me for my laguna seca trips from san diego. If it didn't fit, I just didn't bring it! I still brought a backpack.
If money is no object, like it seems a lot of folks on the forum are coming from, then I'd move on.
Below is the link for it from wolfman. I picked it up from revzilla for $89.99 one yr ago. They don't have it anymore, but maybe they'll get it again.


Wolf Tail - Motorcycle Tail Bag by Wolfman Luggage | Wolfman Luggage


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Kreiga is an excellent choice but I decided to go with the Scrambler seat bag.

Yes, it's not the best looking, and I don't appreciate having "Scrambler" written on it, but: it fits perfectly, is water proof, has a large capacity and is reasonably priced.

I am satisfied with the purchase.

Besides, who says we need only one seat bag? �� I may also get a Kreiga for different purposes. As well as additional luggage for longer trips.
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Pic of Ogio Tail bag. If I could reduce the length by about 1.5 inches, it would be perfect. Find myself seating on the edge of the bag. Seriously thinking about a tail rack.

For touring, I may add a 20 L Kriega on the tank.Make myself a comfortable pillow.
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Has any one used a T-Bag ( the soft one that fit around the seat) ? I've used the T-Bag on other bikes and it worked well...
T-Bags - custom motorcycle luggage T-Bags Raven Soft Bag
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Pic of Ogio Tail bag. If I could reduce the length by about 1.5 inches, it would be perfect. Find myself seating on the edge of the bag. Seriously thinking about a tail rack.

For touring, I may add a 20 L Kriega on the tank.Make myself a comfortable pillow.
That ogio looks great man!

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Has any one used a T-Bag ( the soft one that fit around the seat) ? I've used the T-Bag on other bikes and it worked well...
T-Bags - custom motorcycle luggage T-Bags Raven Soft Bag
Looks like it might to WIDE.. that said, cant really tell unless I see one in person.

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Nelson -Rigg CL16 I have Kriega 10-20-5 for longer trips but this one for running around town works pretty good.




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I like it! (For the local ride.)

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