Finding a way to carry the luggage safely and comfortably with sportbikes can indeed be a hit or miss affair. Tankbags can be awkward if they are too big and the soft luggage can be difficult to fit. Tailbags can be dangerous if they are not secured properly and they are not stable if packed with goods. Owing a KTM adventure motorcycle is really cool, but the most difficult part for many is strapping luggage. It is a real pain to store this hefty luggages when not in use and the storable ones are not hefty or sturdy enough on the motorcycle.
The solution for this problem is the Ventura Bike Pack system that is designed in such a way to hold the load securely and safely. It can be considered as the best carrying solution for any sporting adventure bikes like 1290 Super Duke GT. Besides being light, it is also very easy to handle when it is on the motorcycle or off it. It can be stashed away easily when not in use and is much more convenient than alloy cases or hard plastics. It mounts the bag behind the passenger seat so you are able to carry another person. Also it acts as the grabrail for the passenger as the framework of the Bike Pack System is strong enough.
The packs also eliminates the needs of strap to secure the luggage as they have a unique slide on fitment. Due to the specially made brackets that stay on the bike, removing it is also a very simple and easy task. Within seconds both the the Rack and Pack can be removed from the machine. The rider can either fit a Sport Rack or a Grab Handle. It is completely his choice to decide from these options.
Unlike the most hard luggage mounting systems, it doesn’t add any width or much weight. The rack easily attaches to the existing points of the Duke’s subframe. Moreover the packs come in variety of shapes and sizes. It might range from a 35 litre weekend bag to a massive touring combination of 102 litre. The cost of the system for 1290 GT is just £340.00. It also includes Pack Rack, L-Brackets, Mistral Pack and the Grab Handle
It is highly recommended to any rider who is looking for a better alternative to soft luggage on sportbikes.
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