Saddle bags for a 2003 Ducati Monster 620

by Melissa
(Long Island, NY)

Anyone know of where I can buy saddle bags or any type of bag for my 2003 ducati monster 620? I would like it to be a decent size to at least hold maybe food, a beach towel, some travel items. Im not looking for anything too pricy. Also, would it be ok to maybe use a regular backpack? If so, what kind do you recommend?

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Mar 27, 2012
by: chiefgopher

Try vikingbags.com you can put in your make and model and it will show you all the bags that fit your bike. I have a 2006 honda shadow aero and it was hard to find bags to fit without moving my turn signals. I found them here and they were a third of what the honda dealer wanted. Dealer wanted 500.00 for a set. I paid 189.00 for mine at vikingbags.com and I like them much better than the dealer bags. Good luck. you can also try som throw over bags from leatherup.com.

Mar 24, 2012
saddle bags
by: kp

I have both the Cortec sport bike saddle bag with tail bag that attaches and the Nelson Rigg mini saddle bags. I like and use them
both on my 2006 Ducati M620. I always always always have two cargo nets, one small & one medium,in them as well. You never know when you're going to find something that you want to bring home.

Mar 23, 2012
luggage solution
by: RandiZ

I prefer to use a cargo net over my regular backpack. I hate transfering stuff from one bag to another. I always forget things when I've done that. And cargo nets are cheap. I do have a small tank bag that holds my jacket liner, sweatshirt, and a few other things when I travel light.

Mar 23, 2012
haul'in my beach towell
by: Bob

Go to any motorcycle dealer there are tons of soft laugage ( Tour Master, Cortex ) all kinds of tail packs and bags and there reasonable on the price. Also GIVI from Italy Make real nice lockable and ditatchable bags and trunk for your bike. They will be alittle pricey around ($700.00 to $800.00 bags and brackets. Back packs are ok but depending on your ride and the weight you carry it could get uncomfortable
Hope this helps

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