The Gypsy is a hybrid tailbag that combines the easy-to-pack volume of a tail bag with the gravity friendly feel of soft panniers. It’s ideal for trail and adventure bikes as it mounts securely up and out of the way without needing racks or other hardware.
Perfect for the TET / perfect for a few days away anywhere
Ideal for trail bikes and mid size adventure bikes. The latest design will sit on saddle widths up 28cm so anything from an EXCF / DRZ up to F800GS, 690/790/890 Adventure, Husky 701, Triumph Scrambler, Enfield and many more.
Come with a shoulder strap, easy to take to your tent/room after a days ride
Top notch fabrics very tough construction
Massive 60 litre capacity
Additional Molle straps and D rings for tent poles or whatever else you might need
Four large external zip pockets
The ‘legs’are designed to hang down either side of the seat so max width at this position is about 28cmâ€. The legs angle down slightly to allow for the width of the bodywork but are not designed to expand around pannier racks, thats really the point of this design.
Overall bag width: 22 inches / 56 cm
Depth (front of bike to back): 12 inches / 30 cm
Height (measured from the seat centre to the top of the bag) 8 inches / 20.5 cm
Overall total height including legs 15 inches / 38cm
Leg overhang (from the seat top) 7 inches / 18 cm.
(all dimensions approx. â€“ this is a soft bag and will settle in place to whatever you strap it down on!)
1000 Denier Ballistic nylon PU coated outer shell
Triple layered base with water resistant liner
YKK coil zippers with storm flaps and and easy-grasp pullers
Twin water bottle holders (removable)
Storm-proof top panel with a zip mesh document pocket inside
3M Scotchlite reflective strips on all sides
It comes complete with an all-over waterproof cover although the main body is very water resistant and if you use dry stuff sacks internally you’ll probably not need it.
No pannier racks needed, just throw it on and go. Zero displacement straps mean it will stay put on road or off.
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