Nelson Rigg Motorcycle Expandable Roll Bag

Black Nylon Deluxe CTB 250

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Nelson-Rigg Deluxe Roll Bag I do everything I can on my bike when the season is right, so it's no surprise that I ride to the grocery store. Usually this means I run lots of small trips, but if you've ever been to the store hungry, you know you can buy more than you need, and in my case more than I can carry in my bags. That's when I whip out the bungee cords and create a precarious pile on the back of my bike.

The Nelson-Rigg CTB 250 roll bag is made for the spatially challenged. It's not a huge bag at 13 inches long and 9 inches in diameter. But if you bite off more than you can chew, this bag will expand to 18 inches by 9 inches. That gives the rider close to 10 liters of newfound storage capacity.

Roll bags are an excellent use of space, tucking behind your seat on a mini-rack. The CTB 250 is constructed of Tri-Max ballistic nylon and is UV-treated to prevent degradation from sun exposure. Plastic architecture lets the bag keep its shape when empty, and a reflective webbing makes you that much more visible from behind. Easy-to-access side pocket zippers are designed with pull fobs so you won't have to take your gloves off every time you want something from your pack. A carry strap makes this an easy off bag.

The look of roll bags is reminiscent of a bed roll and gives the bag a utilitarian appearence. You could use the CTB 250 for your blanket, and the waterproof rain cover will keep you from having drape a bunch of wet wool over your machine after a rain.

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