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Held GS Toolbag Released for BMW R1200GS Motorcycles

Held GS Toolbag Released for BMW R1200GS Motorcycles
Held GS Toolbag for R 1200 GS

Held GS Toolbag

Held USA has released the Held GS Toolbag, which is designed to conveniently carry tools or accessories in the space between the rear rack and the taillight assembly.

The bag was designed for the BMW R1200GS adventure tourer, but will also fit any motorcycle with a similar available space. Two variations of the bag are available, one for 2013 models and older, and one for 2014 models and newer.

The GS Toolbag is constructed from water-resistant nylon, and features waterproof zippers to protect the bag’s contents from the elements.

The three-liter capacity bag attaches via durable velcro straps for a secure fit. The bag’s black color blends seamlessly with the lines of the bike to maintaining curb appeal.

The Held GS Toolbag, which runs $55, and the rest of the Held line of riding gear, gloves and waterproof bags is available through the Held USA website at www.heldusa.com.

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