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Old 01-23-2011, 04:13 PM   #1
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Wink JourneyRider Panniers for sale $299, stainless steel hardware. Lots of options!

Hey guys, I have a motorcycle accessories business called http://www.journeyrider.com Ever since my 7 month Latin America trip I have been trying to come up with the best aluminum motorcycle panniers for the money. Here is what I have come up with:

Features:
1. .08" thickness
2. stainless steel latches and handles
3. high quality internal locks with 4 keys
4. reinforced TIG welded
5. 4 pc. tie downs on lids
6. Snug fit rubber seal

Dimensions:
1. 18" x 15" x 7.5"
2. 18" x 15" x 9"
Locks/ Latches:
Option 1= Euro Locks: stainless steel, similar to the Touratech Zega latches


Option 2= US Locks: stainless steel, made by Southco

Here are the models that I will have:


Model: Rubicon



^ 7.5 in width with Euro Locks shown in pic

Colors: Silver or Black powder coating
Sizes: 9 in width, or 7.5 in.
Locks: Euro or US
Price: 1. 18" x 15" x 7.5" = $299
2. 18" x 15" x 9" = $314
Shipping= $39

Model: Edessa



^ 9 in width with Euro Locks shown in pic, (dog not included)

Colors: Silver or Black powder coating
Sizes: 9 in width, or 7.5 in.
Locks: Euro or US
Price: 1. 18" x 15" x 7.5" = $299
2. 18" x 15" x 9" = $314
Shipping= $39

Model: Stalingrad





Colors: Silver or Black powder coating
Sizes: 9 in width, or 7.5 in.
Locks: Euro or US
Price: 1. 18" x 15" x 7.5" = $299
2. 18" x 15" x 9" = $314
Shipping= $39


Model: Darien



^Shown with US locks.

Sizes: 9 in width, or 7.5 in.
Locks: Euro or US
Price: 1. 18" x 15" x 7.5" = $329
2. 18" x 15" x 9" = $339
Shipping= $39


These panniers have some great features like slightly oversized lids. These are important because the first time you crash and bend a lid you want there to be a little extra clearance so they do not fit too tight the next time you put them on. The handles are spring loaded retractables so they will never make noise when driving down the road. The handles are positioned right beneath the latches so that when the latches are undone they hit against the handles instead of scratching the finish on the boxes. The locks on each pair of panniers is keyed the same and each set comes with 4 keys in case you tend to lose things like myself. All parts are made out of aluminum or stainless steel to prevent rust.
If you do not want handles I have a couple sets without them, but they will probably go fast so order quick. I have provides a list of inventory below and will update it continually so you know what I have in stock.
Thank You,
Geoff Tayner
Paypal address: venturepaintball@hotmail.com
http://www.journeyrider.com


Pannier Inventory (in sets)
Model/ Size Color Locks/ Handles Quantity Price
A, Rubicon/7.5 Black Euro/ yes 5 $299 3 sets sold, 2 sets left
B, Rubicon/7.5 Black US/ yes 5 $299
C, Rubicon/7.5 Silver US/no 2 $299
D, Rubicon/7.5 Silver Euro/ yes 1 $299
E, Rubicon/7.5 Black Euro/ no 1 $299
F, Darien/7.5 Aluminum Euro/ yes 1 $329
G, Darien/7.5 Aluminum US/ yes 1 $329
H, Darien/9 Aluminum US/ yes 1 $339
I, Darien/9 Aluminum Euro/ yes 1 $339
I2, Darien/ Staggered one pannier 9" & one 7.5", Euro, handles. (works nicely on R1200gs & R1150gs)
J, Stalingrad/7.5 Black Euro/ no 1 $299
K, Stalingrad/7.5 Black US/ no 1 $299
L. Stalingrad/9 Silver US/ yes 1 $314
M. Edessa/7.5 Silver US/ yes 2 $299 1 set sold, one set left
N. Edessa/7.5 Silver Euro/ yes 2 $299
O. Edessa/9 Silver Euro 1 $314


Note: The racks and mounting hardware are not included but I have arranged a deal on pricing from Ove at http://www.moto-sportpanniers.com/ where you can buy the racks from him at a discounted price. I am making an instructional dvd that shows how to install mounting hardware to your panniers. The dvd comes free with every pannier purchase.
Here is a list of the prices that he offered:
Model Price
1. BMW F650 $160
2. BMW F800 $230
3. BMW R1150gs $230
4. KTM 950 $180
5. Suzuki DR650 $180
6. Suzuki DL 650 $180
7. Suzuki V-Strom 650 $180
8. Kawasaki KLR650 $180
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Old 01-24-2011, 06:09 AM   #2
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Old 01-26-2011, 06:08 PM   #3
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^Sounds good Nix.


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7.5” Darien- Silver



7.5” Rubicon- Silver


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Old 01-26-2011, 06:56 PM   #4
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I know, I know....

Any ideas on how to mount these on a cruiser? Will probably need custom brackets. I have been looking into ghost brackets, just don't think they could handle the weight.

BTW, it's a Boulevard M50. I'd only want them on for travel which is why I don't want to go with soft bags.
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:24 PM   #5
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^It would definitely need to be a custom fab job with your Boulevard. If you have any friends who are welders they could help you out in making the brackets. Just make sure that you disconnect the battery and rectifier before doing any welding on the bike.
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Old 01-27-2011, 07:31 AM   #6
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I know, I know....

Any ideas on how to mount these on a cruiser? Will probably need custom brackets. I have been looking into ghost brackets, just don't think they could handle the weight.

BTW, it's a Boulevard M50. I'd only want them on for travel which is why I don't want to go with soft bags.


If suzuki makes the bracket kit for the bike then you can find the tube diameter, and the buy the mounting brakets for the panniers at http://www.happy-trail.com/Happy-Tra...Mount-Kit.aspx. Thats exactly what im doing with my xb12x.
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Old 02-05-2011, 02:45 AM   #8
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How do these mount? (Sorry - am a noob) Planning on a '12 GSA soon would love to have these.
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Old 02-05-2011, 03:01 PM   #9
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Whoo Hoo!!

Got my panniers in today. Geoff your a great guy, didnt have to throw in all those extra little things. I got 6 yes count them 6 matched keys with my panniers. And they look gorgeous. I ordered the Darien 9" US locks and am as pleased as punch. Ill get some pictures up once they are mounted next weekend. And a how to if anyone is insterested. Parts being used will be Happy Trails Pannier mounts, Buell Ulysses xb12x factory mounting brackets, and of course the darien panniers. I might even have my bicycle mounts on the top plate of the panniers too.
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Nix - I'll be waiting on your pix & review. My XT is currently bagless and awaiting me to make up my mind as to what I want to run for luggage this year.
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Iowa huh?
I'd like to stop by and put my hand on one of those boxes.....
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Old 02-05-2011, 07:52 PM   #12
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Iowa huh?
I'd like to stop by and put my hand on one of those boxes.....

Hi Truckin Thumper, let me know when you are in Des Moines. I will show you my high tech business operation in the corner of my basement. lol
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Gatogato - glad to see that you are still using the website that we bought in Nicaragua the panniers look nice. have you put them on you bike? how do they handle falls?
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Gatogato - glad to see that you are still using the website that we bought in Nicaragua the panniers look nice. have you put them on you bike? how do they handle falls?

Hi Salvador, great to hear from you. The website has come a long way since its Managuan inception. lol I still have the blog you made for me, I moved it to journeyrider.net now.

I am currently without a bike. I broke my ankle several months ago playing hockey and am still recovering. Hoping to pick up a bike in the spring. The panniers should handle falls great.

Hope you are doing well in Switzerland. Are you planning any more trips? It must be nice to have Europe as a home-base.
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