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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-27-2002, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Hard luggage other than Givis for ZZ-R1200?

Anyone know of any Hard luggage other than Givis for ZZ-R1200? The Givi package that Kaw sells is too damn ugli!

I know corbin is working on Beetle bags. Any sppy shots?

There must (?) be european luggage makers other than Givi, no?

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trying to find info on non-fango bags myself.

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-10-2002, 11:36 PM
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The Corbin bags are out. Check they're website. Just don't expect delivery anytime this year ( check my posts about getting one of their saddles ).

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Saw the Corbin bags at Laguna, very nice style. They are not detachable without wrenches, so you'd have to unpack them when you checked into a hotel for the night. The openning on top is smaller than the inside of the bags so liner bags wouldn't work very well either.

While they are an improvement from a style standpoint, I think the Givi's are a better and more functional hard-bag option.

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You can get used to the looks once you use them on a trip. I have Givi on a bike and I love them. They are top notch and easy to remove and unpack.

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