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10 Affordable Farkles for Under $40

Upgrade your ride without downgrading your dough.

Published on 01.10.2015

6. Large Ortlieb Additional Bag ($33.00)

Large Ortlieb additional bag

Material: PU-coated Cordura
Volume: 3.5 Litres
Weight: 160 grams

Being on the road means stuffing every little thing you need to suit your journey into a set of panniers or soft bags. It can be a pain digging through your luggage thinking you’ve lost that small important thing, just to find it later when everything has been dumped onto the ground. If you want a place to put imperative compact goods that can be accessed quickly and stress-free, then consider adding the Ortlieb Additional Bag. The bag connects to the outside of your luggage so as not to take up room you need for other — maybe more necessary — belongings.


The Ortlieb Additional Bag is also easily detached, making it one of the best portable organizational tools to accompany your primary motorcycle luggage you can buy. Strap it to a duffle, dry bag, backpack, your waist or nearly anywhere. This compact bag is waterproof, durable, versatile and a practical way to carry important assets that would otherwise get lost in your luggage.

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Author: Kyra Sacdalan

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12 thoughts on “10 Affordable Farkles for Under $40

  1. This is not a simple bolt on item (Tusk 1 1/8″ handlebar). Even the photo shows you need something like the Roxx bar risers to make it bit as the stock mount is for 7/8″ bars. This fact was not mentioned in the article.

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  3. How did you put the bar ends back in that klr? Just did this mod on m y 2014 klr but don’t know how to put the bar ends back

  4. Coleman saddle pad is barely a half inch thick and pretty useless. I gave mine away for free after a 600 mile ride in which mine did ZIP ZILCH NADA for comfort. In fact, I rode through rain and it made my behind and inner thighs feel about 1000x’s worse than if I didn’t have it.

    • Everyone’s different, I guess: I’ve heard a few different guys praise the Coleman as a cheap, yet useful add-on that gave them some saddle relief.

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