National Cycle Storage Pod

National Cycle Storage Pod
National Cycle Storage Pod

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Description Item #NCY0024
  • National Cycle's extremely versatile four liter rear Storage Pod is a great addition or alternative to the standard tank bag.
  • In addition to the Pod's main compartment, four zippered storage compartments (three main compartments and one document holder) are attached to a cleverly designed removable tray.
  • Stuff them all and fill the top cavity of the pod, or remove the tray altogether to open the space into one very large main storage area.
  • The hook-and-loop hinge makes removal of the tray a snap.
  • Sturdy double zippers keep everything secured inside while the pod's web straps and coated hooks attach it to the bike.
  • Plenty of length in the web straps is included to make mounting the bag - under the seat, to the rear tail cowling, or through a rack - an easy process.
  • Excess strap is pulled to the inside of the bag, keeping everything tight.
  • Dimensions: 6.0 - 4.5"H (tapers front to back) x 12.5 - 9.0"W (tapers front to back) x 13.75" (15.2 - 11.4 x 31.8 - 22.9 x 35 cm).
  • Volume (approx.): 1 gallon / 4 liters.

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Nice Design...Doesn't fit all bikes!

The Pod has a nice streamlined design and visually integrates well on most motorcycles, but the space inside the clips was too narrow to fit over the bottom rear side edges of the stock seat on my 2013 Honda CB500X.

Unfortunately the CB500X doesn't have any secure place on the side panel undersides to hook the clips around, so it can't be used on my bike.

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