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    New panniers

    Just waiting for my new (2006, 74K miles) GSA to arrive on Saturday, it comes with a top box ( when I looked inside it had water and mild in) but I need panniers and I found these on amazon. Can anyone see any issues with these, they will be used for local rides and maybe a few countries in Europe, nothing heavy or Charlie and risen esk.

    Bagtecs Aluminium Side Case Set for BMW R 1150/1200 / 1250 GS/Adventure Atlas 36l with kit for 16mm pannier frames https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Q2ZN2..._nOCnDbCJ8T8EY
    Can anyone see any issues for fitting them, in about as mechanical as a goldfish

    Here’s a photo of the new bike and attached frames.

    https://www.motorbikes4all.com/singl...o=2188&Id=2188

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    Ok so the image of the bike only goes to the web site and I don’t know how to post a photo sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abitinga View Post
    Just waiting for my new (2006, 74K miles) GSA to arrive on Saturday, it comes with a top box ( when I looked inside it had water and mild in) but I need panniers and I found these on amazon. Can anyone see any issues with these, they will be used for local rides and maybe a few countries in Europe, nothing heavy or Charlie and risen esk.

    Bagtecs Aluminium Side Case Set for BMW R 1150/1200 / 1250 GS/Adventure Atlas 36l with kit for 16mm pannier frames https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Q2ZN2..._nOCnDbCJ8T8EY
    Can anyone see any issues for fitting them, in about as mechanical as a goldfish

    Here’s a photo of the new bike and attached frames.

    https://www.motorbikes4all.com/singl...o=2188&Id=2188
    Before buying check out moto pro panniers from www.bullshift.com
    Yes that really is the name!
    Excellent quality and superb customer service and priced very very competitively

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    Quote Originally Posted by russ996duke View Post
    Before buying check out moto pro panniers from www.bullshift.com
    Yes that really is the name!
    Excellent quality and superb customer service and priced very very competitively
    Your bullshift link takes me to a conference speaker company.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abitinga View Post
    Just waiting for my new (2006, 74K miles) GSA to arrive on Saturday, it comes with a top box ( when I looked inside it had water and mild in) but I need panniers and I found these on amazon. Can anyone see any issues with these, they will be used for local rides and maybe a few countries in Europe, nothing heavy or Charlie and risen esk.

    Bagtecs Aluminium Side Case Set for BMW R 1150/1200 / 1250 GS/Adventure Atlas 36l with kit for 16mm pannier frames https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Q2ZN2..._nOCnDbCJ8T8EY
    Can anyone see any issues for fitting them, in about as mechanical as a goldfish

    Here’s a photo of the new bike and attached frames.

    https://www.motorbikes4all.com/singl...o=2188&Id=2188
    Did your new bike arrive, got a pic?

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