a DIY bag that is modular. I often use it to carry my (real) camera so it's handy and I don't have to dick around getting the backpack off and dig out the camera.What bag is that on your tank gnarly?
So when’re you going to start making them for the rest of us?? ;-)a DIY bag that is modular. I often use it to carry my (real) camera so it's handy and I don't have to dick around getting the backpack off and dig out the camera.
Here in "flat" mode (not in use)
tank-taco empty by gnarlydog, on Flickr
Here "loaded" with my tent (camping)
tank-taco loaded by gnarlydog, on Flickr
flattering as it might be I don't produce anything but a few prototypes for myself and maybe a friend.So when’re you going to start making them for the rest of us?? ;-)
I like it better than the OEM seat. I got both seats when I bought the bike, so I may not have bought this exact one if I only had the OEM though. But I prefer this look too, and better for duo (although, that bike is not that comfy for duo riding!).Gorgeous paint job!!!
What are your thoughts on the flat seat? Firm? Soft? Better/worse than the OEM seat?
...and your MT buddy has choosen the more common 21" front wheel for off road riding. As far as I can see on the picture. Thank you for sharing, nice to see both bikes and your useful upgrades.Showdown: XSR vs MT-07
The MT7 won by a long margin. The 200mm front and the 175mm rear suspension travel is no match for the OEM 130mm and over the bumpy stuff my buddy's MT7 just floated while I was shook to bits.