I have been looking at seat bags myself. I just need it for overnight and weekend stuff. Maybe fit a full face in it just incase of rain.
No flames required, as the point made is a valid oneI know this might not be a popular answer and I will get flamed, but the Fury is a chooper not a cruiser. If you take long trips or need storage, you should be in the VTX arena
One of the first things I picked up after I got the bikeI'm gonna use a backpack.
I have used 1 already. I'm just planning ahead for 1 or 2 night trips. Like Fall Thunder coming up in Sept. Any seat bag i buy will not stay on the bike for long periods of time.I'm gonna use a backpack.
How does it attach to the bike?ive been looking at a bag that will sit on the seat and has a drivers backrest for long trips. the bag is at bikersfriend.com
I've been using a medium sized bikersfriend on another bike and have 'shared' it on my Fury. I have it bungeed to the Honda accessory low backrest. It doesn't 'reach' far enough to act as a backrest without some help (in the form of a foam block against the sissy). I'll probably get some blue or black dense foam and make a long backrest that I can velcro to the bikersfriend, then I'll be all set. The bikersfriend goes on and off in about a minute so it doesn't permanently 'ruin' the chopper look .ive been looking at a bag that will sit on the seat and has a drivers backrest for long trips. the bag is at bikersfriend.com
yep, that's pretty much my statement that "I don't ride a motorcycle to try and pretend to be a hard ass". Got the inspiration from a picture of Jimi Hendrix on a be-flowered springer from the cover of 'South Saturn Delta'... mmph.. badness (the good kind !)..Is that a flower on your handle bar