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This is probably not the most intelligent question asked in this forum, but im new to this brand (and a big fan!). Is there any hard luggage cases to attach to a Brutale for longer trips?? Tnx for any help!
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Congratulations JayT - glad you found us and welcome to the family.

Tank and Tail luggage are the best combinations we've seen across the forum, not too much in the hard-tail luggage range....if there is, someone here will be able to confirm.

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I use this on the rear..

http://www.ventura-bike.com/products.aspx?code=SB0622

works really well and the color scheme even works with my 910R!

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I use this one and get about three days worth the clothes in it.

http://69.94.127.45/luggage-elite-seat-sak.htm


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I have the same set-up as greminn, and it works well - especially with a tank bag. I bought a Ventura Rack and Spada V bag..but just cannot bring myself to mess with the natural beauty of the brute!! Maybe when i do the long haul with a pillion or the boys, I will bolt on the Ventura rack?? Welcome to the club; me a newbie, and loving the twisties on the Old Road as I learn to corner at speed, whilst wearing a shit eating grin...see you out there. Sydney boys heading out for a ride somewhere next weekend if you are around??

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I use the Oxford saddlebags and an old generic tankbag when I've done multi day trips. Can fit a surprising amount of stuff.
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Thanks alot guys for your help! Im really into buying one soon, and its good to know that i can take it out for a multiday trip aswell as having tons of fun! How is it on long trips with no windscreen, is it tiring?
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Compared to a H-D without a screen....its very comfortable

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This is probably not the most intelligent question asked in this forum, but im new to this brand (and a big fan!). Is there any hard luggage cases to attach to a Brutale for longer trips?? Tnx for any help!
I've got an Elite Seat pak, from Luggagelocker in the US. Straps on the pillion seat. Fits very neatly. You'll stash quite a bit in there, although they say max weight is 5Kgs (or maybe pounds, being yanks).
I got it new off a friend who had ordered it on the net...by the time the thing arrived he was selling his Brute.
For longer than overnight trips, my preference would be to add a tankbag. It keeps the weight centered. If really stuck for room, a sporty backpack is always an option.

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