Motorcycle Types Adventure / Dual-Sport Touratech | Tank & Tail Bags by KAHEDO

Touratech | Tank & Tail Bags by KAHEDO

Motorcycle Luggage

Touratech tank and tail bags are handcrafted in the Black Forest region of Germany by the master bag and seat builders at Kahedo. Each bag is contoured to fit the unique shape of your motorcycle’s fuel tank or tail rack. Most bags feature zipper expansion sections for additional storage and many have special compartments designed to hold everything from pens to cell phones.

All Kahedo tank bags feature large, clear map pockets that are enough to hold an 8 ½ x 11" sheet. Many of the bags also feature elastic bungees to secure riding gloves, jacket liners, or any other light items you need to remove quickly at a gas station or border crossing.

Touratech-USA carries a large line of tank and tail bags for many adventure and sport touring motorcycles including: BMW R80/100/1100/1150/1200GS and GS Adventure, R1200RT and R, F650/800GS, K1200/1300GT and S, F800ST, G650X, KTM LC8 and LC4, Triumph Tiger 955i/1050i and Speed/Street Triple, Suzuki V-strom DL650/1000 and Bandit 1250s, Buell XB12X, Yamaha FJR1300, FZ1, FZ6, Kawasaki Concours 14 and ER-6N, Honda NT700V and many more.

Click video for a quick introduction to the Touratech R1200GS High-end Tank Bag. For more information on Kahedo Tank or Tail bags, or anything for your next adventure, contact Touratech-USA.


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