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    Default Panniers for the Intruder

    Anyone put any panniers on their truder and if so what do you recommend?

    Im planning a trip down through europe next year and already have a tail bag and was wondering if anyone has come across the best fitting panniers for their bike.

    Cheers all.
    Last edited by dutch; 02-05-2010 at 02:39 PM.

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    Sorry mate, I do not have panniers on my bike but I heard Corbin are kinda good.
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    Soft-sided, or hard bags/panniers?

    There are many available... The best I've seen are indeed the Corbin - but they're big time $$.
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    Default Panniers

    I think soft panniers are the way i want to go.

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    I have the Cortech set-up, very pleased with them too, as they are 'multi-adjustable' so I can fit 'em on my 1.8 or my 'Blade.

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    Default Excellent Panniers

    I just happen to have a set of semi-hard leather-look panniers with top quality chrome brackets onto which the bags can be securely locked. They cost about £300 all in but I'm open to offers as I am selling the bike. Check out the photos!

    Doug

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