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Saddlemen Releases BMW GS Saddlebag Accessories

BMW R1200GS, F800GS, F650GS Accessories

Saddlemen has introduced saddlebag liners and organizers for BMW R1200GS and F800/650GS.

Saddlemen will now offer lid organizers and liner sets for BMW R1200GS and F800/560GS Vario saddlebags. The lid organizers mount easily into the saddlebag’s lid and offers solid and mesh compartments to help organize tools, electronics and other convenience items.

The Saddlemen liner sets are tote bags designed to fit the dimensions of the saddlebags and feature carry handles and zippered compartment for convenient removal and transport. Plus, the liner bags expand to match the variable size feature of the BMW Vario bags. Both saddlebag accessories are sold in pairs.

Saddlemen Lid Organizer features include:

  • Quick and easy attachment and removal with included straps
  • Combination of solid and mesh compartments to store tools, electronics, etc.
  • Thin profile design leaves plenty of room in the saddlebag
  • Built to fit BMW R1200GS and F800/650GS Vario saddlebag lids
  • Sold in pairs

Lid Organizer for BMW R1200GS Vario Saddlebags

Part Number: 3501-0782

MSRP: $42.95

Lid Organizer for BMW F800/650GS Vario Saddlebags

Part Number: 3501-0783

MSRP: $42.95

Saddlemen Liner Set features include:

  • Liner bags are designed to fit the size and shape of the saddlebags
  • Carry handles make for quick and convenient removal and transport
  • Unzip the side panel to expand the bag’s volume
  • Built to fit BMW R1200GS and F800/650GS Vario saddlebags
  • Sold in pairs

Liner Sets for BMW R1200GS Vario Saddlebags

Part Number: 3501-0784

MSRP: $42.95

Liner Sets for BMW F800/650GS Vario Saddlebags

Part Number: 3501-0781

MSRP: $42.95

For more information visit saddlemen.com. Saddlemen liners and organizers are available through Parts Unlimited dealers.

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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