211 - Bikers Paradise Large Touring Panniers
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large saddle bags
pross - n,ireland (10 October 2013)
just got my saddle bags from bikers paradise,the large set ....fitted straight onto my 2010 street bob bit of tweaking but they fit well,the staff of helpful and polite id def use them again....pross ....belfast
Scouse - Ireland (18 June 2010)
These panniers must be the best quality on the market for the price, they look good and the service from biker paradise was spot on. Arent I the feckin show off now!!!!
Alan Earp - Fareham Hants (02 May 2009)
Superb..just what it says on the tin!! Extremely well made, QUALITY Huge bags.(could fit a labrador in each!) Terrific comunication and service from Bikers Paradise. They really look the DB's on my Suzuki VL 800
Chris Andreyo - Warwick (24 April 2009)
Bags are great quality for the price! Very nice leather construction, and huge amounts of space! Look great on Harley Davidson DWG!
Mark Fairhurst - Cotswolds (22 July 2008)
Great bags! Some of the thongs used as ties need replacing, not quite up to the job. Other than that, brilliant. Look great on my Guzzi California.
Service second to none.
Footnote from Bikers Paradise:
We have now looked into this problem, Thank you for your comments
Mark Williams - Liverpool (15 April 2008)
Kevin is right, these are big panniers, and appear to be well made. I had to modify slightly to fit my vtx1800 but now they seem to fit nicely. bought for 3 week holiday in Europe in the summer so will be able to comment better after that.
Kevin Martin. - Airdrie Scotland. (05 January 2007)
Probably the biggest bloody panniers on the market.Just means she'll take more stuff when we go touring,but now I might be able to squeeze in a clean pair of drawers.
Leather appears to be good quality,quite thick,and the inner lining means they should keep their shape even when empty.
I had to alter them slightly to fit my 1100 Dragstar Classic,but they are universal,so this is to be expected.
It's worth making sure you have enough room on your bike to be able to keep the panniers off the exhausts,I had to cut the leather that goes over the back mudguard and under the seat.This gives me about two inches clearance between pannier and exhaust.
Don't carry milk in the pannier that's over the silencers,butter ain't too nice in your tea.
Overall,I'm delighted with them,and a similar set of original Yamaha panniers I priced at £150 more,so they ain't bad value for money.
Bikers Paradise are a nice lot to deal with too!.
Can I get a discount now?.