Anyone ride in the finger lakes forest? Just browsed google maps and saw that it's only 1.5 hr from me. Looking for dual sport legal forests not too far from Rochester
Thank you! Im going to Google that and see if it is still in production. Does the size seem good to you? These factory tanks are just so small.......That's an old Marsee made in USA bag. It comes with magnet flaps and a few top straps to connect to handlebar crossbeam. The magnets don't hold the bag down in high winds so i ordered a buckle/strap pair kit from Wolfman Luggage and mounted side straps/buckles on the frame behind the rear of the gas tank and the corresponding buckle on the hand strap of the tank bag. I wish the bag was waterproof. I just carry a plastic grocery bag with cutouts for the straps/buckles to pass through (cheap idea from Advrider.com).
I have seen several that I really like but they all seem so big. I wish they had a superstore or something nearby where I could actually hold a bag in my hands before purchasing. I really like the whole "Made in America" aspect as well.I believe Nelson Rigg has hi-viz tank bags and saddlebags. I love hi viz
I am sorry to hear that. It is true there are very few if any single tracks open to the public around here. I have enjoyed discovering countless seasonal use roads on my TW though. I know the two tracks are not as much fun for the mud seekers but there are several places around here that WILL test the rider. At least it does for my skill level. I eneded up picking up a travelmaster tank bag and a GPS\Phone sleeve that attaches to the top of it in place of the map pouch which it comes with. I think it looks nice on the stock tank to boot. If anybody is interested I can post some picturesMy ride to finger lakes forest was dissapointing. All the single track trails are strictly for hiking/horseriding. I can't wait to move out to the utah desert next year.