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gavinb9

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gavinb9 says:

Bum bag

I've been using a Xena alarm disc lock as security on my bikes however my new Ktm RC8  has no under seat storage . Can you recomend a decent bum bag?

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  • Posted 4 years ago (13 February 2011 17:02)

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smoto5

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Posts: 4586

smoto5 says:

probably best not to

carry a disc lock on your person, could give you nasty injury in a fall, I strap mine to one of my Nordwests grab rails in it's little carrying case and wedge it in place if there's no luggage on it, as no underseat either, bit of duct tape underneath protects paint, it's either that or bolt a thick piece of steel somewhere out of the way that you can lock the disclock onto without it bouncing about.

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herbpowers

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herbpowers says:

sports direct

they sell karrimor hillwalking products . cracking rain proof sturdy 1 for 5 quid mabe 10

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herbpowers

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herbpowers says:

sports direct

they sell karrimor hillwalking products . cracking rain proof sturdy 1 for 5 quid mabe 10

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smoto5

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smoto5 says:

Thought I was getting

a bit confused there! Carrying a disc lock in a cargo net? herb talking about waterproofs :huh: but of course yes a cargo net is very useful to carry stuff on the back, and a waterproof bumbag is a good idea, cos you may still need one of course, Kriega is probably the best, though not cheap, hopefully last, there are plenty of others, Oxford prods/motrax/etc etc, plenty of makes of cargo net around too. I've used my off road non waterproof bumbag tool roll or old windsurfing bumbag a few times. If you go on American websites, look for Fanny packs :lol:, no, they are still bumbags under another name, not  something else entirely :laugh:

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