I was looking for a OEM Triumph Tailbag for my Tiger but they were right at $150 minus shipping. So for something that really did not necessitate a matching bag or something with Triumph written on it my search began. I ran across the Tour Master Select tailbag. It fit the bill; has more than ample space for my doo dads; the side pockets are not very big but works for storing small items. The reflective piping works well and the rear broad stip of reflective material really stands out. The bad easily detaches from the saddle for on/off by the rider. I use a bicycle cable combo lock to secure to my bike so no one can easily steal the bag. I never keep valuables in it so they will only for the most part get a $80 bag! This bag is well made with some of the finest material. Even comes with a raincover!
Tourmaster Select Tail Bag
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Description Item #TTR002D
- 600 denier Carbolex outer shell.
- Easy access top-loading two-way zippered main compartment.
- Reinforced handle.
- Soft, brushed fleece interior lining.
- Phoslite reflective piping and material panels help to increase nighttime visibility.
- Shoulder strap included for convenient carrying.
- Built-in, hide-away mounting straps.
- Integrates with Tour Master Select Saddlebags.
- Includes rain cover.
- 11.5" L x 14" W x 9.5" H (23 liter).
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Q: Installation and use?
2 years 6 months ago
Please confirm this will fit a 2012 Yamaha YZF-R1. How is this attached? Presumably this fits over the pillion seat? YZF-R1 has no grab rails does this matter?
MotoSport Staff Expert2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This Bag is not bike specific, it is a universal tail bag meant to be used on a wide range of sport bikes. It is attached to the tail by straps that would wrap around the tail. The only issue I could see with mounting this bag to your 2012 Yamaha R1 is that the exhaust runs under the tail of the bike and may not work well with the straps that hold the bag on. The heat from your exhaust may melt the mounting straps.
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