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Old 17th November 2009
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Anybody looked at this bag? I am thinking about getting one for my roadster I like it because you dont have to have a sissy bar. I seen another one a BR1800 dont know the differance yet. I am looking for something that is easy to put on and off. Dont really want saddle bags want to keep the bike clean looking but need something to hold my things in like a jacket or what ever when I ride to work.
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Never tried that one. I use a Bikersfriend on my Roadster. Here is a link to the 1800:

http://www.cycleluggage.com/saddlemen_br1800.html
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