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Online Djairouks

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Re: Challenging off road results
« Reply #10 on: December 03, 2019, 07:25:19 AM »
*Originally Posted by Neogas [+]
Givi have launched some new soft bags that look like they may work with the OEM adventure attachment points. Might be worth finding out more.

https://www.cyclenews.com/2019/10/article/givi-gravel-t-grt709-35-liter-saddlebags-review/

https://www.givi.it/givi-products/soft-bags/saddle-bags/grt709-canyon

Yeah I've seen these and again good procduct but my point of view was, either Mosko or Kriega of the same kind were superior in build quality, I chose the Reckless in the end because it's without frame and it fits any bike I have, it's also surprisingly flexible to use other bags or just like I can put many other things inside.

https://moskomoto.com/collections/frontpage/products/backcountry-35-pannier-kit
https://kriega.com/adventure/os-platform-bmw-54combo

My bike came with free aluminum panniers so it was a nice thing, but were I to get these Givi or same style Kriega/Mosko, that means another frame to install or additional compatibility hardware, when not wanting to use the aluminum panniers, which would be annoying and maybe heavier. That's why I'm really happy with the reckless 80 and flexibility to use either panniers or reckless depending my daily needs or weather.

But everyone has their own point of view or different wants and needs, I looked mainly for durability doing around 25-30'000Km yearly, but surely the Givi option is much less expensive than the ones I linked above, so it depends on people's mindset and maybe wallet  :064:.
« Last Edit: December 03, 2019, 07:40:18 AM by Djairouks »

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Re: Challenging off road results
« Reply #11 on: December 03, 2019, 09:18:20 PM »
My solution: Plastic bolts with a big thick rubber washer..(trust me , i already try glue and other things, ... hope it helps


 


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