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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-27-2018, 07:34 PM Thread Starter
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Question Help!!! LOOKING FOR Sissy Bar / Backrest Luggage

Looking for a good backrest (sissybar) LUGGAGE BAG that I can slip over my OEM Suzuki Backrest (on my '17 Suzuki Boulevard C90T), which has the pivoting style backrest.

Does anyone here know of a good option that will slip over that successfully that will provide some extra luggage space when traveling?

PLMK ASAP.

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I actually have some bags which work for that sort of thing. They are listed in Swap Meet

https://www.volusiariders.com/50-swa...k-luggage.html

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Nelson-Rigg has a wide variety of styles. Good quality, though if I remember, the outside pockets couldn't hold much.

https://www.nelsonrigg.com/luggage.html

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go to ebay and just search motorcycle touring bags...

I have this one and it has held up and served me well for many years.



good luck...lots of optios out there.

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Hi,


I bought this one and like it:


https://www.vikingbags.com/vikingbag...sy-bar-bag.htm


It slips over the sissy bar and has adjustments for different sized bars. Or it can be mounted on a rack or seat with included straps and hooks.
It's big enough to hold everything I need for a day trip but small enough to be carried around if I leave the bike.


Happy hunting!
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