||08-20-2019 12:19 PM
Originally Posted by CardboardPrison
I might do something like that thanks for the recommendation. Forgot to mention previously I had my eye on some of the hard cases that lock. The Givi systems seem rather nice but the C50T was not listed as a supported bike. Not sure if it would still work or not.
Leatherlyke trunk is also an option. You wound need to find a way to attach a universal fit cargo trunk to it (involves some drilling and wrenching): LeatherLyke Riding Luggage: Hard Locking Motorcycle Saddle Bags, Sissy bar bag | Motorcycle Hard Shell Case Locking Saddle Bags and Sissy Bar Bag Trunk
If my primary goal were long distance cruising, I would still prefer a dry bag style duffel bag. It is easy to take it off, and bring it indoors with you. You can also get a ~60L version with a plastic insert to keep its shape, and put it on the rear cargo rack, or if you are touring solo, just strap it to the back seat. You can also strap bags to each other. https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...-drybag-system
I have locking bags (Leatherlyke), they are C50 specific, reasonably waterproof (haven't had a chance to ride in a real downpour), and can store a decent amount of luggage. I use those to store things I need quick access to on the bike (bottled water, rain suite, etc.) For everything else, and most of daily commute I still use a 40 L Givi duffel bag - it is so much easier to carry things inside with you.
There is very large selection of dry bags in all shapes and sizes. Revzilla is a good place to start your research, as it would give you an approximate idea of what would work best: https://www.revzilla.com/search?_utf...&query=dry+bag