Wednesday, May 9, 2007

My Review of Tour Master Cortech Sport Tail Bags

Originally submitted at RideGear

Use separately or with the Cortech Sport Saddlebag as a single unit. 1680 Denier Ballistic nylon construction for durability. Soft Tricot interior lining;Built-in bungee cord hooks hide away when not in use. Bottom Velcro flap and quick release buckles.

Put away your hard cases!

By SheRidesABeemer from New Hampshire on 5/9/2007

5out of 5

Pros: Lightweight, Good Looking, Durable, Good Capacity

Best Uses: Long Rides, Around town

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

I bought this tail bag for my '03 BMW K1200GT. The GT's hard cases take away from its sporty look but I always have stuff to carry. The first weekend I used the tail bag, I could not stop raving about it. It's sleek looking, easy access and seems to fit as much stuff as a hard case - I packed it with sandals, xtra face shield, gloves and jacket liner. When I needed a little more room, I just unzipped the expansion section. I wish I'd bought this sooner. Most BMW oriented soft luggage costs 2 or 3 times more. But this is a quality piece. The bungies are easy to use, and there is a slip proof layer between the bag and your bike. Don't hesitate to add this bag to your bike!


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