Join Date: Jul 2017
Location: Van Alstyne, TX
On the days where the mornings are too cold without a coat and no where to stow a coat on the Bobber in the hot afternoon, I'm relegated to take the Harley with hard bags--when I might have enjoyed the Bobber more.
To me, the Bobber is a stand alone: no windshield, no bags. So, I'm considering a Ural rack (like I've seen that some have mounted to the rear fender) as a method of toting a bag tied down with bungee cords. This will be my compromise.
I had the brown Triumph panniers on my T100, and they looked OK. To me they're too big for the Bobber due to the Bobber's design. (Yet, to each his own.)
Most men that do thrive in the world do forget to take pleasure during the time they're getting their estate, but reserve that til they have got one, and then it is too late to enjoy it. Samuel Pepys