Motorcycle Types Adventure / Dual-Sport AltRider Releases Luggage Rack for Suzuki V-Strom

AltRider Releases Luggage Rack for Suzuki V-Strom

AltRider Releases Luggage Rack for Suzuki V-Strom
AltRider’s Luggage Rack for the V-Strom features recessed hardware for a completely smooth luggage surface, while deliberately placed cutouts allow easy mounting of straps.

Suzuki V-Strom DL650 and 1000 Luggage Rack

Superb versatility and notorious reliability have made Suzuki’s popular V-Strom a mainstay in adventure touring motorcycles since its introduction in 2002.

Adventure touring motorcycle outfitter AltRider is adding luggage racks to its roster of accessories for the Suzuki V-Strom 650 and 1000.

AltRider Releases Luggage Rack for Suzuki V-Strom
3/16” anodized aluminum and AltRider’s unique side flange design create a robust yet lightweight rack that weighs in at under 3 pounds.

The new AltRider luggage racks utilize the high-quality materials and manufacturing methods the American manufacturer is known for, with a tailored fit for the popular Suzuki models.

The addition of the luggage rack for the V-Strom 650 and 1000 came after numerous fans and customers requested the accessories. AltRider’s current line of Suzuki parts includes crash bars and skid plates, but its luggage rack was one of the most asked-for items.

“One of the first bikes we made parts for was the V-Strom 4 years ago” Nancy Yun, Marketing Manager for AltRider, said. “As riders ourselves, we listen to what other riders want which is why we’re adding accessories for the V-Strom, years later.”

Laser-cut from 3/16 inch thick anodized aluminum, the V-Strom rack is designed to withstand heavy use and features side flanges for extra strength – ideal for both on and off-road treks.

The smart rack incorporates features precisely engineered to accentuate the style and functionality of the Strom. The versatile design is compatible with RotopaX fuel packs, RAM mounts and Givi Top Cases (requires mounting kit). Deliberately placed cutouts ensure any hook can pass completely through the mounting point, and CNC-routering ensures smooth edges and a refined finish.

Like all AltRider accessories, the luggage rack is designed and manufactured in the USA.

For additional information, visit AltRider’s website.

Seattle-based AltRider offers exceptional accessories for Adventure Touring Motorcycles such as the BMW GS series, Ducati Multistrada, Yamaha Super Ténéré, Suzuki V-Strom, Triumph Tiger and more.  AltRider products are made in the U.S. utilizing only the highest quality methods and materials, deliberately designed with the rider in mind.  Whether it’s the beautiful grain finish on the anodized aluminum skid plates or the hand TIG welding on the crash bars, AltRider has provided functionality and form on each protection piece.  While their business mission is providing premium products for the bike market, AltRider is also known for their public involvement with the riding community.  Discover the difference at AltRider.com.

AltRider’s full line of Suzuki accessories allow the Strom to stretch its legs even farther.
AltRider’s full line of Suzuki accessories allow the Strom to stretch its legs even farther.

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