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post #1 of 34 Old 09-10-2012, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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Will it fit!

It's time for America's favorite new game sweeping the nation!
"WILL IT FIT!"

Since all of us idiots refuse to drive our cars, its time to post up pictures of the crazy ass shit you have hauled home on the bike.

I'll start it off.

I am the asshole who shops at Sam's Club on a sport bike.

Got it all home.





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I was expecting something COMPLETELY different


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I dot have any pics but, 3 sweatshirts a set of shorts and two t-shirts. Made all that fit into a jansport backpack. I originally went to the mall to buy a bday card for my gf.
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My old room mate once carried two cases of beer home. One on the tank and one on the back. I'm sure it was a sight to see with two 24 packs of beer sitting on a bike and a dude squeezed between them.

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Oh, this is a very relevant thread for this. I stuffed 4 days worth of clothes, shoes, bathroom shit, glasses, sunglasses, cell phone crap, and some more in here. There was room to spare. I would def recommend this thing.



Also, there are suspension sections built into the straps that actually worked. No stress on the back after a 3hr+ ride.
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I rode home with my rear spool stand strapped on the back once. The worst part was any time I needed to lean the spool arms would dig into my hips

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I rode home with my rear spool stand strapped on the back once. The worst part was any time I needed to lean the spool arms would dig into my hips


I'd like to see a pic of that lol
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You aren't fully loaded until you have grocery bags tied to your backpack.
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A can of black spray paint in a grocery bag tied to the rear strap and two 2 ton jack stands in between my arms.

No peekshures though.

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A can of black spray paint in a grocery bag tied to the rear strap and two 2 ton jack stands in between my arms.
wtf how?
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You aren't fully loaded until you have grocery bags tied to your backpack.
Yes that's what I usually do. I put the 12 pack of beer in the back pack, then tie 3-4 bags of various groceries to my backpack. Then I have a bungee net I use for when I have to bring home a 20lb bag of dog food! I think eventually I need to invest in a good tail bag haha

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Holy shit you guys are crazy. I like this thread already keep it going
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Yes that's what I usually do. I put the 12 pack of beer in the back pack, then tie 3-4 bags of various groceries to my backpack. Then I have a bungee net I use for when I have to bring home a 20lb bag of dog food! I think eventually I need to invest in a good tail bag haha
Thats what those little hooks are for under the passenger seat! Granted your food might taste a little like rubber when you get home...

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