News MotoCentric Tower GPS Tank Bag | Info

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 motocentric.com 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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