The tank bag solution for tower-shaped motorcycle fuel tanks, such as the large-capacity Acerbis dry-break type models. Keep all the essentials handy for dirt bike, dualsport and adventure touring on motorbikes — but securely out of the way when standing on the pegs and roosting' down the trail.
For standard tank styles, check out Giant Loop's Fandango Tank Bag and Diablo Tank Bag.
Specs & Features:
• Designed and sewn in the U.S.A.
• 2 zippered side pockets (1.5 liters each)
• 1 center camera pouch (.5 liter) with storm flap, drawstring internal closure and exterior mesh pocket
• Straps on/off bike in seconds
• Mounts without drilling, braces or hardware required
• Slim, trim profile rides like it’s not even there
• Bomb Shell™ water resistant construction and material (22oz vinyl coated polyester trucker's tarp)
• Beefy, water resistant YKK zippers
• Edges finished with polypropylene webbing
• Sewn with military-grade thread
• Includes seam sealing kit for maximum water resistance, detailed instructions and packing trips
Buckin' Roll fits many dirt bike, supermoto and dualsport motorcycle makes and models equipped with tower-shaped fuel fills, including Acerbis and other large-capacity dualsport and adventure touring fuel tanks:
• Honda XR650R, XR650L, XR600R
• Suzuki DR650
Available exclusively in Black.
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