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Ogio makes top-quality bags for all your gear storage and transportation needs. After you’ve dried all the sweat out of your gear, stuff ‘em into a 9800 bag from Ogio and be ready to go the next time you head out with your bike(s) in tow for some great riding. This is the same gear bag everyone here in the shop uses for domestic duty.

The 9800 Bag has 9800 cubic inches of storage that’s smartly designed to separate different bits of gear for quick, easy access. Zip your back gloves in the top storage bag along with a spare visor or three and maybe a t-shirt and some jeans. Down in the main compartment, there’s enough room for a helmet, (BIG) boots, chaps, leather jacket and more. The helmet compartment has thick padding on all six sides to effectively protect what protects your head.

The whole bag uses Ogios unique SLED chassis which distributes weight over a larger area and stiffens the package for a rigid container design. A retractable Pullman handle at one end with large wheels at the other, makes drawing the bag across rough ground easy.

TJ loves these bags and can tell you all about them - get him at 866-931-6644 ext 817. We always answer our emails – send those to – FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT DOT com and be sure to let us know what color you’d like.

The 9800 in Prizmata



Adjustable clamps take out excess material for easy handling and to prevent your bag’s contents from moving around.


Storage locker on the right has room for a back protector, gloves and other accessories.




Mmmm space


Funky bones pattern within the Prizmata bag too
 

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The removable helmet divided cradles your brain bucket on three sided by itself. This protection is augmented by additional padding within the 9800’s chassis to keep your helmet from getting banged up


The 9800 in Onslaught – it stands out! :D


Pullman handle for … well, easy pulling


Ogio SLED Chassis makes getting along easy


Big wheels


The bag is sewn together like it’s designed for an air drop delivery to a SPEC OPS team somewhere in the dust bowl


 

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Boots, gloves, a helmet, leather gear – it all fits with room to spare

How about showing this stuff mounted on a Fury so it would actually be useful?
this is more of a luggage type bag. Not to be bike mounted. good for packing gear into and throwing in the truck to head to bike week or wherever you're going. Usually when we make long trips for a week or so, we have a chase vehicle drivin by the girls while we ride the bikes. this bag would go in the chase vehicle
 

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I think all these advertisement posts are irritating. One or two a month is perfectly fine, but constant unsolicited ones are lame.
 

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It's that... most of us are constantly in the Active topics thread... so, that is where we see everything that is going on, even from the "supporting vendors" thread. If we actually stayed in the Honda Fury Forum section, it probably wouldn't be as noticeable... But, our vendor most likely does not realize that the Active Topics thread is where most of us hang, so yes... I does become a slight nuisance. I say, once a week would be nice... Not everyday...
 

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this is more of a luggage type bag. Not to be bike mounted. good for packing gear into and throwing in the truck to head to bike week or wherever you're going. Usually when we make long trips for a week or so, we have a chase vehicle drivin by the girls while we ride the bikes. this bag would go in the chase vehicle

Appreciate the feedback. One of our guys went to Norway for his honeymoon at the end of last summer and used this bag to haul his helmets, boots, and leather jackets without worrying about getting the rest of his gear dirty. Extremely tough and durable bag.
 

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I agree, and it is especially annoying when something is posted on say Oct 09 fury of the month thread which brings it back to the top on the active screen.
 

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I agree, and it is especially annoying when something is posted on say Oct 09 fury of the month thread which brings it back to the top on the active screen.

Guys I appreciate the feedback.

As an FYI: We only post in our forum under supporting vendors and I didn't realize most people were staying in the active topics thread.
 
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