Hard Saddle Bags for Wild Hogs

KatrinaStarred Page By Katrina, 3rd May 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2c5oacxj/
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Most amateur bikers don’t really see the importance of a hard saddlebag on their beloved cruiser. Wherever the journey takes you, you’re going to need a hard saddlebag on your side to take your goods along with you.

Motorcycle Hard Saddle Bags for Wild Hogs

The weekend is coming along again and it’s time that you get out on to the wide open road with the wind blowing in your hair. The drive ahead of you seems pretty long, with the amount of miles you might be covering with your trusty Harley or Victory. Are you ready for that journey? Have you gotten everything in place when it comes to the equipment you need to take along? Wherever the journey takes you, you’re going to need a hard saddlebag on your side to take your goods along with you. Your equipment is good to carry around in case of any emergencies that way you won’t feel burdened as to when a spontaneous situation occurs on the road. Be ready for anything, that’s the motto of a real biker.

Most amateur bikers don’t really see the importance of a hard saddlebag on their beloved cruiser. Some of them think that it alters the really junkie feel of the bike, while others take it as an added burden. Keep in mind that there are many uses to a saddlebag for your darling Harley Davidson or other cruisers. How can you be a proper long-hauler if you can’t take with you all your chuck; even if it just includes a bag of pork rinds and beef jerky? For your wheels to be actually considered a touring bike it has to be tailored for the long distance drive. Being fully equipped with a large fairing and windshield, hard saddle and storage bags and, last but not least, a comfortable seating position. Your motorcycle should be a representation of yourself, just on wheels.

In the age of customization, motorcycles are becoming modified to suit the riders ideals, included in this trend are saddlebags as well. Manufacturers like Yamaha, Honda, Victory, and Kawasaki have now created customized saddlebags for your motorcycles. All bikers agree; a motorcycle is just incomplete without its dresser; it will seem as if the bike is naked without the hard saddlebag strapped to it. There are loads of places to get a customized dresser for your bike. You can go ahead and consulate with the manufacturer of the bike or there is always an option of buying it off from one of your club members. For the more tech-savvy rider, the Internet houses a great variety of saddlebags that will give your bike more of the macho look. The heftiness of these bags makes your bike look complete and ready for the trip from Mississippi to Vegas. You can just fill it up with all your nuts and bolts for the trip ahead of you.

Don’t think twice when it comes to investing on an item that gives your bike a sleek look but also aids in long journeys knowing that whatever you need is in your rear. Being a biker is fun, but being a smart biker is even better. Going cross-country isn’t a game for those who have less than an iron lung, leave such trips to the big boys, or at least the ones that are ready for it.

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author avatar Katrina
Hi, My name is Katrina. I love to write since it allows me to express my feelings and thoughts. I am enjoying writing here on Wikinut. I also write articles on HubPages, Triond, and Squidoo.

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author avatar Karman's Kreations
3rd May 2012 (#)

Wonderful Information. I ride Free on Three but there too you need to carry some things with you. Wonderfully written.

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author avatar tony leather
4th May 2012 (#)

Very Informative

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author avatar Rose
5th May 2012 (#)

Excellent review - I'm convinced!

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