Cycle Case Motorcycle LuggageRider Saddlebags are an integral part of a complete collection of technical yet affordable motorcycle luggage manufactured by Cycle Case.
Constructed of high-quality Maxtura ballistic fabric with Reflect-A-Light side logos for added visibility and safety, Rider Saddlebags can be used alone or mated with the Cycle Case Tail Bag via matching quick-release buckles.Heat-resistant shields on the bottom of the bags prevent pipe burn, and protective mounting pads keep your motorcycle safe from scratches. Rain covers are conveniently attached so that they won’t be misplaced, hidden in a small zippered pouch on the bottom of each bag. Sturdy carrying handles, clip-on key holder and a 5-Year Warranty ensures significant value for the consumer.The Cycle Case Rider Saddlebags are available in Black ($76.99) and Hi-Vis ($84.99). Cycle Case President Joe Parr said, “We developed the product line to specifically address the modern rider’s technology needs, and made the decision to offer Hi-Vis as well. Reaction from both consumers and dealers has been just incredible. Motorcyclists want to be seen, and Hi-Vis has a much wider appeal now more than ever.”Cycle Case is the first manufacturer to offer a complete line of soft luggage with a Hi-Vis color option. Saddlebags in particular are larger, higher-visibility items and can make a big difference in being seen by other motorists.For more information, please visit the Cycle Case website at cyclecase.com or call 972.424.7900.About Cycle Case: Cycle Case is an innovative new manufacturer of motorcycle luggage with a full line of offerings for today’s motorcycle enthusiast. Designed to combine functionality with style using only the best materials available, Cycle Case products are manufactured for real-world motorcycle enthusiasts and distributed exclusively by Directline USA.
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