Every rider knows storage space on our bikes comes at a premium and we are always looking to find more. Because of this, I want to ask you a question – How many times have you placed a camera in the saddlebag, only to find out 100 miles later it’s worked its way down to the bottom making you dig through the other gear to get it? Well look no further than K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) for a solution to your problem. We are your online supplier for Top Shelf Saddlebag Organizers, an innovative line of products the simple goal to provide secure storage for small items and devices in specially designed saddlebag trays. What makes this product so great is it uses existing saddlebag mounts so installation takes literally seconds, and gives you greater access to those items you need to get to quickly. The less time you spend fumbling for your phone or camera means more time you get to enjoy the road.
Top Shelf organizers install on either left or right side bags, whether they are hard or leather, allowing you to choose the side that works best for you. Purchase a second organizer and your saddlebags now have more usable space than ever before. Each tray comes with an anti-slide rubber mat to keep your items still, but has the option of a customizable foam insert to securely house your small stuff like your Glock G17, G19 or G21 and a 10/11 round clip (9mm or 45cal.). In addition a 360/45 degree LED light and 12v accessory outlet w/ harness can be added to the saddlebag/s for even greater convenience.
Shifting gears, Top Shelf also offers a Tour Pak Shelf that adds more organized space to your top case. Just like the saddlebag tray, it requires no special tools for installation. It even works without without the liners. Also like the Saddlebag tray, the LED light and 12v accessory port can be added here too. Keep in mind these products were developed by an “Average Joe” trying to find more storage space on his bike, so form and function was a priority. We like to think he hit the ball out of the park with his creation. Head on over to K and G Cycles (www.kandgcycles.com) and let us help you discover more storage on your bike.