We’ve all been there before, trying to figure a way to utilize the inadequate amount of storage on our motorcycles. Plus we want to make sure things stay dry. Don’t go on another ride without taking a look at 2 of my featured items. Cubby Stuff Sacs and Hopnel make some of the best saddlebag storage accessories available today. Both of which can be purchased from K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) and delivered to your door before your next trip.
When you are trycubby stuff bagsing to get the most bang for the buck CUBBY STUFF SACS 3 Piece set – Part # BBP-4-250 is what you need. These charcoal colored Stuff Sacs are ideal for quick packing of large to small items in saddlebags or trunks. Designed with convenience in mind, these Sacs close securely with drawstring and barrel lock and are made of durable rip-stop polyester so they will not wear or tear easily. Cubby Stuff Sacs come as a set of 3 Sacs with sizes including one 4.5″ x 8.5″, one 5.5″ x 11.5″ and one 7.75″ x 13.5″. These bags are perfect for stowing rain gear, light jackets, or any other gear you may not need all the time but want to keep it at hand and together on your motorcycle.
hopnel-saddlebag-liner1 Still another way to get it all under control is these saddlebag liners by Hopnel (Part # BBP-HSL). A trusted name in The Metric Motorcycle Accessory World, Hopnel Saddlebag Liners are just the right size for any touring motorcycle. Built to last, the liners were designed to make loading and unloading your bike a breeze and are made of sturdy urethane coated weather resistant polyester. The convenient carrying handles make the liners a great choice because of their high level of versatility and user friendly construction. They give you usable luggage, while keeping it simple, and aids in the effort to keep you organized.
Don’t go through another season with your motorcycle unorganized and constantly digging for stuff when your friends at K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) have everything you need to get it together. Get rid of wasted space, keep things dry and at the ready, with new storage options from K and G Cycles.
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