View Poll Results: What panniers do you use?

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  • Never use 'em

    19 2.89%
  • Plastic BWM system panniers

    275 41.86%
  • Other plastic ones (Givi, etc)

    33 5.02%
  • BWM alloy jobs

    124 18.87%
  • Touratech Zega

    54 8.22%
  • Metal Mule

    18 2.74%
  • Vern's metal ones

    30 4.57%
  • Cajasahel

    13 1.98%
  • Jesse metal boxes

    29 4.41%
  • Other

    62 9.44%
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Thread: What panniers do you use?

  1. #81
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    For the price of a set of panniers you can have these along with a mini boxer engine too!
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/292233471609
    Seller nothing to do with me. Just stumbled across it on eBay.


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    Chris R

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    Chris R.... what a spot ! If only I had a larger garage ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Martel View Post
    Chris R.... what a spot ! If only I had a larger garage ....
    ...and a time machine to go back to August...
    We will never be here again - have a good look around

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    Have plastic System, want Zega Mundos.

    Have a look in your sheds guys - sell me your unwanted Mundos!

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    I may have a set of Vern's Worldbeater panniers and frames to fit 1150/1100GS in mint condition for sale soon
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    I've got the standard plakka ones on my K1600 GT but I've just ordered a set of Mosko Moto luggage for my KTM690.

    https://moskomoto.com/collections/motorcycle-luggage

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    Another Mosko Moto user. Reckless 80.


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    Bumot

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhaedrusMC View Post
    Have plastic System, want Zega Mundos.

    Have a look in your sheds guys - sell me your unwanted Mundos!
    Quote Originally Posted by Timolgra View Post
    I may have a set of Vern's Worldbeater panniers and frames to fit 1150/1100GS in mint condition for sale soon
    Beautiful dog in your avatar.

    I got a pair of Zega Pros a couple of weeks ago. Delighted. Spain & Portugal here I come!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanoBeano View Post
    Bumot
    Have Bumot Extramada soft bags on my GP450,really pleased.

    Tom

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    Standard Varios for me which unfortunately, because I have a Shark Evoline means that the top box wont take the helmet (I understand that LC top-box is a bit deeper and will take a lid)

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    Until getting the Beemer with its alloy cases I’ve always used Givi.
    The plastic Trekker cases look the part and they also have a square alloy version.

    I use a Givi Trekker top case direct on the lower carrier frame. It’s far more useful for space and although bigger than the standard top case, sitting it lower doesn’t look ott.

    I hardly ever use the side cases.
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    I use the Givi Trekker Outback on top and the BMW aluminium panniers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nin View Post
    Another Mosko Moto user. Reckless 80.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TUNED IN. View Post
    fill them with water bill then drill a hole in the bottom after you've counted the litres
    That wont work - the drill will get wet.
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    Set of sept motech ones. I like them!

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