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FastPack 8 Collapsible Tail Bag | Luggage or Seat Pad

FastPack 8 Collapsible Tail Bag

FastPack 8 is the newest addition to The Cycle Guys’ line of FastPack collapsible tail bags.

FastPack 8 is The Cycle Guys’ largest tail bag, for use on ADV and sport-touring motorcycles from BMW, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Triumph and Yamaha (please see The Cycle Guys’ website for all applications).

The FastPack 8 tail bags attach to your bike’s passenger seat. When expanded, FastPack is big enough for your lunch and a jacket liner, or an overnight change of clothes.

When not in use, FastPack is clever enough to compress down into a stylish carbon-fiber-look seat pad that never needs to be removed.

Zip it open, and FastPack 8 carries about 14 liters of cargo, perfect for day trips or even an overnighter.

The FastPack 8 has a suggested retail price of $79.95, available now online at www.TheCycleGuys.com 0r through Tucker Rocky Distributing.

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