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thunderwing
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REVPACK Tourpack

Post by thunderwing » Tue Jun 14, 2016 1:27 am



http://www.revpack.com/excursionpack/

I've used this on a few cross country trips, it's a great bag.

Mine got lost in the shuffle a few moves ago, but thinking about buying one again, this fits perfect on back of GL1100 and GL1500 ties right in to grab handles and hauls piles of gear if you are driving solo.

I put a sachtler DV-8 tripod in there, clothes, a tent, air bladder sleeping pad, sleeping bag.....it goes on....

Great bag, the owner is very hands on as the bags are hand made out of California, he used to rent out private villas on the cliffs of coast of California....Makes only bags these days, and makes them well.

Check out the rest of their site, great utility bags, tank bags, it goes on!!!.....etc.
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Re: REVPACK Tourpack

Post by Rayvn » Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:45 pm

I have that very same bag and I have had it for many years. I use it on my yamaha xt250 and on my yamaha tw200. It was used on my v-strom when I had it and on my Kawasaki w650 and a Honda xr400. I also have a pair of there saddle bags that are just as old and way more used. At first when I bought them I thought that the straps were to small but I have had no problems with any of them. These bags wear like iron. Very good product and well made. My big excursion bag came with a water proof cover as well. If they ever wear out I will be replacing them with new ones from rev-pack. :D
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Re: REVPACK Tourpack

Post by thunderwing » Sun Nov 06, 2016 3:52 pm

Need to repurchase my excursion bag, last had it in the 1990's, misplaced and never found.

They wear like iron as you said, and that waterproof cover is invaluable to keeping things dry.

The excursion bag fit perfectly over the back seat with the dog legs hanging down right on top of the side bags perfectly.

I miss this bag!!!
Scott & Laura
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1983 Aspencade Wineberry/Current Ride
1989 Gl1500 Wineberry/Former Ride-God I miss that machine.....
1983 GL650
1987 Yamaha Radian
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Re: REVPACK Tourpack

Post by roadwanderer2 » Sun Nov 06, 2016 6:32 pm

here's the one i have and used on my 2 rides down to the Florida keys. it strapped onto my passenger seat and handrails and the trunk bumper and i had it stuffed with stuff i needed to do a months trip, socks, shoes, jeans, underwear, medications, sundries and toiletries, and other things. (clothes washing extra lol) i used it as a back rest and it was very comfortable and no matter where i went when i was not riding, i removed it from the bike and carried it with me, like into motels and restaurants.

stuart.
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