Yes, I noticed your rack such as it is in your first picture. It's basically a small plate above the stock fender pad. There are little attachment points you can use to hook bungie cords to under the rear fender. However, the setup you have will only tolerate a couple of pounds on rough trails or you will bend you subframe. (I have personal experience). Yamaha makes a rack, which looks OK, but unfortunately has the same poundage limitations. Manracks makes strong smaller racks which are rather nice...mine is currently living on Hoot's bike. Welcome to ManRacks What looks like a vast majority here prefer the Cyclerack. http://cycleracks.com/ProductDetail/...3/Default.aspx And I currently have a full Happy Trail setup, top rack and pannier racks. Happy Trails Tail Rack<br>Yamaha TW200 - Adventure-Proven Motorcycle Gear and Aluminum Panniers There are also many other options, the secret in selecting a rack is to look to how it mounts. If it mounts only to the subframe, then it will carry very little in terms of weight.