View Poll Results: What panniers do you use?

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  • Never use 'em

    19 3.16%
  • Plastic BWM system panniers

    263 43.69%
  • Other plastic ones (Givi, etc)

    28 4.65%
  • BWM alloy jobs

    104 17.28%
  • Touratech Zega

    52 8.64%
  • Metal Mule

    17 2.82%
  • Vern's metal ones

    28 4.65%
  • Cajasahel

    11 1.83%
  • Jesse metal boxes

    28 4.65%
  • Other

    52 8.64%
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Thread: What panniers do you use?

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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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