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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-12-2016, 06:55 PM Thread Starter
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Tail Bag recommendations, Axio, Kriega?

I'm looking to ditch the backpack and fit a tail bag to my 2007 Brutale. I'm not looking to carry anything larger than my lunch, keys, mobile etc and from some pictures I've googled the Axio looks great but it seems like they are no longer in business. Is there anything similar available or by some chance does anyone have an Axio they want to offload?
The other tailbag that seems popular is the Kriega although it doesn't look as good fitted imho.
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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-12-2016, 08:11 PM
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I bought this bag and it works fine and looks good too.
Nelson Rigg CL-1060-S Sport Tail Bag.

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I have a Kriega US10. Bought by me at last months NEC bike show here in the UK, snaffled by my wife who gave to her parents to give me for Christmas... don't ask me how that works, it's a flippin' mystery to me

Anyway, obviously haven't used it in anger but was recommended by a friend who has one, is waterproof and has a 10 year warranty. it'll supplement the TV panniers when on tour and give me a place to put my waterproofs, water bottle etc. for days when I can ride without the side cases.

The US10 is relatively low profile which is a consideration, especially on the Turismo. Still might have to mount with one foot on the peg once it's on the bike, we'll see...

I have a Kreiga tool roll and accessory pouch (Kube), the quality is superb and certainly built to last. The US10 is no different in this respect.

For a change it's refreshing that their kit is more expensive in the States than here.

The Axio tailpack does look neat but is it waterproof? Maybe not a consideration where you ride though.

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+1 for Kriega kit, I got a combination of US10 plus US20, cube and a .5ltr pouch also has a tank bag system as well as strap mounting for rear seat, you also have the ability to strap bags, accessory pouches to each other. I can also tell you customer service is great with a quick turn round on repairs.


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+2 for Kriega. I have a US20 and tank bag adapter - I've used it on the front and back of my bikes and is brilliant.
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I was very happy with the Elite Sak on my 2007 Brute 910R. It was imported from Luggage Locker in the US, but I think is no longer being made. It fits neatly across the pillion seat, secured by sturdy velcro understraps which can be tightened to suit.

In the attached photos, it was fully loaded for different long trips of a few days. It's made of soft but solid material so does not look as big when not full.

The Brute went to another good home last January, but I've still got the bag. It's in very good condition but does not fit my new bike. It could be yours cheaply and easily posted in an Auspost satchel as it's quite light.

PM me if interested.

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Went with Ventura Tail Pack. It's very small & can be expanded for larger items when needed. Love it...
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+1 for Kriega. I've done 20,000Kms with mine. Brilliant mounting kit. Invisible when not in use. 100% waterproof. I have the US30.

Seen here on my RVF400 - with my waterproofs bungied to the top.

Take a chance while you still got the choice.
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Kreiga ! Done 1,000's miles and still works like new - adaptable & waterproof

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