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Old 11-01-2012, 10:36 PM   #1
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Motonaut Globetrotter Harness - Luggage System


I have developed a luggage system that I have put in production and now offer to you. Please read the short description below.

The Motonaut Globetrotter Harness is a luggage system that fits most off-road motorcycles with passenger footpegs. It is designed to carry one to three roll-top bags for a total volume of up to 180 liters. The base system carries two roll-top bags (120 liter total capacity) and allows you to bring enough luggage for a long trip while keeping your motorcycle slim and agile.

It sits high enough to clear obstacles next to the trail, while being light not to upset the balance. The soft bags and straps make the system very resilient and the bags act as a cushion in the event of a crash. This is an advantage compared to hard bags that can damage the rider in a crash.

In most setups the bags are positioned behind the rider’s arms and add very little to the front area so that the aerodynamic resistance is minimized. A low profile from the side minimizes the sensitivity to crosswinds.
It is a very compact system and since it can be easily adapted to most off-road motorcycles it is very well suited for fly-and-ride.

The system is of made from high quality materials and is manufactured in Sweden. Roll-top bags are not included, but fitting bags can be found via my website.

Please refer to the website for your region for more information and pricing: – Sweden – Swedish Crown (SEK) – European Union – Euro (€) – United Kingdom – Pound Sterling () – International – US Dollar ($)

Due to legislation sales are currently limited to the European Union (including Sweden and the United Kingdom). If there is enough interest I hope to offer my products internationally in the beginning of 2013.

I gladly answer questions in this thread or via PM or e-mail:

All the best,

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