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Have you looked at the Rapid Transit Recon 4 Mid-Pak? I have one and like it.
Have a pic of it on your s1k? thanks

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There is a whole post in this also. Search for tank and tail bags. I use the cycle guys collapsible tail bag size 5. Look up www.thecycleguys.com



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Have a pic of it on your s1k? thanks
Here's a few low-rez shots. This isn't a replacement for BMW's tail bag but it's what stays on my bike 90% of the time.
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I use a cycle guys bag #5 as well. I bought mine on amazon for under 60 bucks it looks awesome seconds as a passenger padded seat when not used as a bag.
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Here's a few low-rez shots. This isn't a replacement for BMW's tail bag but it's what stays on my bike 90% of the time.
Hey M.A.C.,

I was wondering if this bag interferes riding position in any way? It seems like its back enough where it will not, but just wanted to make sure. Also, does it have a separate compartment inside? Thinking of using it for two bottles of water and a cell phone, but worried about condensation if its only one compartment.

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The bag doesn't interfere with my daily riding. It's not very big and there's only the single compartment. It does have a key ring quick release hook inside.
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The bag doesn't interfere with my daily riding. It's not very big and there's only the single compartment. It does have a key ring quick release hook inside.
Thanks,

Think I will make the purchase.
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post #30 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 03:26 PM
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Thanks,

Think I will make the purchase.
i have the bmw tail bag and love it, i haven't had it scratch my paint or move on me at all. i don't how other people are having problems with it but its perfect for me. almost worth the $200 i paid for it, lol.
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