SW-Motech’s Urban ABS Topcase is a lightweight, lockable, water-tight, durable storage solution for your motorcycle that is just the right size to fit a helmet. See how easy it is to install and what features we love about it.
WRN reader Gosia Paszczuk shares her thoughts on SW-MOTECHs Legend Gear waxed canvas side bags that she says are stuffable and stylish. Read her review, then consider sending us a review of your own.
SW-MOTECH Legend Gear leg bag system allows you to carry small important items strapped to your leg while riding your motorcycle. When you get off the bike to gas up, eat, or take a break, it all stays with you in the cool retro-styled waxed canvas bag.
GIVIs XS Tanklock tank bags mount securely to your motorcycles gas tank in seconds without using traps or magnets. Find out how in our review.
Large panniers can hold a lot, but when you live and work from the road for prolonged periods of time, they’re not enough. Rather than carrying additional items in a permanently mounted top case, I prefer to use a removable bag that I can carry as needed.
The large Wolfman Expedition Tank bag is designed for adventure and off-road motorcycle travel, but its features make it ideal for road riding, too, and can fit on the tanks of some cruisers for those riders who like to use tank bags. Durable, versatile, and waterproof, this bag stands up to the rigors of the road.
Motorcycle luggage is not what it used to be! Now there are purpose-built backrest bags for just about any excursion we take on our motorcycles, and the Iron Rider Weekender bag by Dowco is one were excited about right now. Whether were taking an overnight trip or a long weekend on our bike, the Weekender will manage our storage needs.
Motherwell Products USA, Inc., a company whose luggage racks we’ve showcased before, is releasing a new luggage rack specifically for the 2015 Indian Scout.
We were excited when we met Kelly Motherwell of Motherwell Products because his company manufacturers luggage racks for motorcycles with solo seats. These luggage racks mount on the rear fender behind the solo rider seat. And many readers of Women Riders Now ride without a passenger and have a solo seat attached to their bike.