Harley-Davidson Luggage for Motorcycle TravelThe new Premium Touring Luggage System (P/N 93300003, $299.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories features the Touring Bag and an compact Day Bag in a combination that serves the needs of weekend travelers and daily commuters.
The 2,400 cubic-inch capacity Touring Bag features three zippered exterior pockets and one zippered mesh interior pocket, and expands an additional four inches for added capacity.The 900 cubic-inch capacity Day Bag features two exterior pockets and one zippered mesh interior pocket. Both of these bags are secured by a spandex mounting pocket that slips easily over the passenger backrest.Adjustable mounting straps then cinch the bag in place. Each is formed of 1680 denier ballistic nylon material with a UV-resistant coating and features glove-friendly zipper pulls, an oversize custom handle, and an integrated rain cover.The Harley-Davidson Premier Luggage bags and rain covers are highlighted with 3M Scotchlite Reflective Material for enhanced visibility in low-light and night riding conditions. Installation requires a sissy bar upright, backrest pad, and luggage rack.These bags may be equipped with an optional Clip-On Rider Backrest (P/N 93300010, $29.95) for long-haul comfort, and a Premium Shoulder Strap (P/N 93300014, $14.95) for easy handling. Each is also sold separately.For additional information, visit Harley-Davidson.
KTM Super ADV R + Lightning Motorcycles’ Richard Hatfield
byMotos and Friends by Ultimate Motorcycle
Hello everyone and welcome once again to Motos and Friends—the weekly Podcast brought to you by the editorial team at Ultimate Motorcycling. My name is Arthur Coldwells.
In this week’s first segment, Editor Don Williams rides KTM’s new 1290 Super Adventure R. This hardcore ADV bike is big, powerful, and a true expert-level machine. Interestingly, it has multiple points of adjustment within its highly capable electronics package, and Don discovered several big surprises where the bike changed personality completely. His is an intriguing look at one of the most capable off road ADV bikes on the market today.
In the second segment, I chat with Richard Hatfield, CEO of Lightning motorcycles. This silicon valley based manufacturer was founded in 2006, and having racked up several notable race victories (including Pikes Peak in 2013 with the late Carlin Dunne on board) Lightning have certainly dominated in racing terms. In another first, Lightning has just announced a new rapid-charging battery technology that may well bring electric motorcycles into becoming real-world, practical transport.
So from all of us here at Motos & Friends… we hope you enjoy this episode!