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Thread Contributor: Supradeep_DixitSaddle Bag for Classic 500 Desert storm
#11
(05-26-2016, 02:01 PM)Bullet Brigade Wrote:
(05-25-2016, 12:16 PM)Supradeep_Dixit Wrote: Hello Veera,

The one i saw on the road god website was pretty decent one with 70 lts cap and it was a Bike Saddle bag cum backpack, so once u detach from the bike one can put it on as a back pack to carry around.

Which was lil catchy for me.

Anyways Thanks a tons, for your inputs and all the options will check them out.

Thanks Bro...

As per best of my knowledge... If you want a Sastha, Badiya aur Tikao types... Go for Viaterra... If you dont wanna compromise on Brand/Quality... Suggest you to go for DIRTSACK...

Cheers,
VeErA

Agree with you brother...
Those who fly solo, have the strongest wings.Angel
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#12
Any time Viaterra is my choice, I have been using it for around 3 years now. This is inclusive of rain cover.
Viaterra offers different varrying models with different capacity.
1. ViaTerra Leh saddlebags for Royal Enfields (I am using)
2. ViaTerra Claw tails bags which are sable cum tail bags.


Even some of my friends are using the Cramster on but the rain cover you have to buy separately. This has only one model as an options which is just like ViaTerra Leh model

Dirtsack only gives you one model. If you see the price comparision it varries 500 - 1000 bugs. Few of my friends also use this and this is of awesome quality.

There are also some only sights that sell saddle bags. You can check out.
1. All the above three brands have there sites available.
2. http://www.nh4motorheads.com/
3. All sites like amazon, flipkart or ebay also sell saddle bag.
4. Check out ali express if you want to import some foreign brands.
Ride Hard

Jallaad
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#13
Any particular reason as to why you are looking at a 70ltr capacity saddle bag. Are you planning to carry any specific type of luggage/tools or you just want a saddle with its max capacity.
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#14
(05-23-2016, 02:03 PM)Supradeep_Dixit Wrote: Hello Bhai log,

Need your help with opting the saddle bag for my Classic D S 500. (specifically 70 liters)

I went through many blogs and posts on IBR web sight and could find out that a 70 Ltr saddle bag was only available at Roadgods.com.

But the product was out of stock from ages and later found out they (Road God) were out of business.

Can any one help me with a saddle bag with similar features of that of The Triton S1 - RoadGods 70Ltr SaddlePack - Bike Saddle bag cum backpack.

Thank You in advance...

Supradeep here you go..

http://www.roadgods.com/roadgods-motorcy...g-952.html
Ride your quest
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#15
you may even try roadgods brands also, nice sturdy, with rain cover
play safe , any game
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#16
(05-23-2016, 02:03 PM)Supradeep_Dixit Wrote: Hello Bhai log,

Need your help with opting the saddle bag for my Classic D S 500. (specifically 70 liters)

I went through many blogs and posts on IBR web sight and could find out that a 70 Ltr saddle bag was only available at Roadgods.com.

But the product was out of stock from ages and later found out they (Road God) were out of business.

Can any one help me with a saddle bag with similar features of that of The Triton S1 - RoadGods 70Ltr SaddlePack - Bike Saddle bag cum backpack.

Thank You in advance...

Hi, recently I bought Golden Riderd RYDRO 69ltrs. Pretty baggy and good quality. 4000/= from Amazon.in.
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#17
Go for Golden riders...
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