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Old 03-19-2013, 02:34 PM   #125
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Lukas M
Email today from Lukas:

"Just wanted to give you a quick update after returning from Tunisia yesterday. I fitted the Mojavi bag on day one and usually carried a 2 liter fuel bottle on one side, 1.5 liters of water on the other, along with some spares and tools distributed across the 3 pouches. I must have dropped / crashed the bike more than 100 times in total in the week of riding, and the Mojavi did not budge an inch, never needed re-tightening the straps and does not have any marks on it."

"I couldn't have been happier and honestly think it's the perfect addition for day trips and rally racing, as apparently did lots of other people that asked me about the bag. It's very nice to have be able to carry the fluids required by regulations, yet have such quick and easy access which means you can actually use them up ASAP to get rid of the weight, compared to a non-user friendly reservoir on the bash plate."
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