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Nelson Rigg Deluxe Adventure Motorcycle Dry Saddlebags



Nelson Rigg 's new "Deluxe Adventure Motorcycle Dry Saddlebags" have proved to be an excellent choice for my offroad adventures.  


Needless to say I am not easy on any of my gear, especially luggage. I try to spend most of my time off road looking for challenging and sometimes exhausting trails and with that comes the inevitable crash. The Nelson Rigg Deluxe Adventure Motorcycle Dry Saddlebags have been down a dozen or more times and still function as they should. They have been dropped in sand, mud and rough decomposed granite with nothing more than a few scratches and scuff marks, that in my opinion just add character.



All of the mounting hardware is aircraft grade aluminum.  The cam buckles hold the saddlebags securely to my Tusk  Rack and the G-Hooks make securing the bag closed a simple and quick procedure.  The webbing straps on the top of the bag are long enough the securely strap down a Dry Roll Bag to the top of it.



The internal removable stiffeners keep the saddlebags shape for easy loading and unloading.



The saddlebags also include 2 zippered saddlebag liners for easy removal of your contents.



The connection to the bike is a simple double wrap of webbing that is inserted into the aluminum cam buckle. From rough roads to whoop sections, this method of attachment holds the saddlebags securely to the bike.



Double wrapped webbing to a cam buckle connection. (The wire pull in my hand is part of the Tusk Rack, NOT part of the luggage system)




The replaceable pads protect the saddlebags from rubbing and from heat from the exhaust.



I am the guy on the ground.  This is one of my many crashes with the saddlebags attached. 


All of my contents were held  securely and the bags don't shift while on the roughest trails and whoop sections.


I hope that you enjoyed our review!


Brandy and Jesse "GeoMoto" Kimball are avid adventure riders and organize the Flying Monkey Adventure Rally every October in Southern Utah. 

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