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MotoCentric Tower GPS Tank Bag | Info

MotoCentric Tank Bags

The Tower GPS Tank Bag is one of four all-new products that have been introduced in 2012 by MotoCentric, and one of the most versatile pieces of technical motorcycle luggage available anywhere.

Constructed of sturdy, high-quality 1680D Maxtura ballistic material, the Tower GPS Tank Bag is really three full-sized tank bags in one. The two main compartments can be used separately with the protective mounting base, or combined to make one super-sized storage unit.

Each bag has its own transparent top window pocket for your map or GPS. The bottom bag features outside pockets and a zippered expansion panel to increase its size, while the top bag has a specific windowed GPS compartment, and is designed for use with the MotoCentric hydration bladder (available separately for $14.99).

Engineered to meet every rider’s needs, the Tower GPS Tank Bag is audio-ready, features Reflect-A-Light reflective piping, a detailed organizer for keys, wallet and other small items and comes with a see-through rain cover. To top it off, the unit converts into a backpack for easy carrying when you are not riding.

Available in both Magnetic and Strap-Mount versions, the Tower GPS Tank Bag is one of six tankbags in the MotoCentric line-up.

For more information, full mounting instructions and to see the entire line of MotoCentric products, please visit our website at or call 972.424.7900. The Tower GPS Tank Bag retails for $114.99/strap mount and $124.99/magnetic base, and includes a Lifetime Warranty.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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