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Need suggestions for FZ-07 tank/saddle bags

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Hi all!

Just got my FZ-07 and I'm thrilled to be riding :)

I plan on commuting almost everyday, so I'm just curious as to what experienced riders have found to be a successful process for them regarding luggage and such. I'm hoping more for a tank bag that will stay put (haha!), fit my locks, cover, registration/insurance, gloves, and other various necessities, and ultimately one that's easy to remove and take with me. I was looking at the Givi tank bags, but they seem almost too big?

Anyway, I look forward to getting some expert opinions on this -- thanks so much in advance!

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I got the Yamaha tour tank bag (16 liters) a year ago (when I bought the bike) and I very like it so far. You can fit a helmet visor, long gloves, the included waterproof liner, your coat lining and whatever you need.

You can find it here: Yamaha Motor Canada :: Accessories & Apparel :: Accessories :: Model Search :: Luggage & Racks :: Luggage :: Tour Tank Bag

Or, you can find it there: SW-MOTECH Bags-Connection Non-Electric QUICK-LOCK EVO Trial Tank Bag - TwistedThrottle.ca

They are the same.

So, yes it's big, especially when opening the extension (going to 22 liters). My only drawback with that tank bag is that I can't see the bottom of our controls panel without having to lean forward. When the extension is opened, I need lean forward to see the speedometer. It's not a big issue, but it's easy to speed up without noticing :)

Vehicle Scooter Car Moped Fender
Land vehicle Vehicle Motorcycle Car Honda
Auto part Vehicle Windshield Car Rim
Product Helmet Personal protective equipment Backpack
Hand luggage Technology Baggage Electronic device Gadget
Land vehicle Vehicle Motorcycle Motor vehicle Car

It's on the expensive side, but I think it's worth it!


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