Direct link to motorcycle luggage on Viking Bags website here
This back rest sissy bar bag comes in two sizes, medium and large. I opted for the bigger of the two as it seems I always need more storage space. The dimensions are 13 inches x 12 inches x 18 inches that provides 1220 cubic inches of space & made from Cordura nylon. Having a large main compartment opening (11 inches x 10 inches) is another important feature to me for the times I need to carry a spare helmet.
It's a very well throughout design with exceptional attention to detail, the compartments are generously sized, easily accessible, with zippers that are all heavy duty YKK and the pull tabs are large enough to grab with gloves on. The stitching and fabric of this bag is next level making it a durable bag for years to come. Clever design on how this bag fits to the sissy bar with three positions in the webbing for the two metal rods to slide into in order to snug up against the back rest, you can even angle them for those that have a tapered pad. The bottom of the bag has a grippy rubber surface that will help prevent any sliding around when you're tearing up the roads!
The two side pockets and front pocket have a double zipper design which allows these compartments to be expandable and the side pockets also have a netting pouch for the "quick grab" items like a water bottle and in my case a rag and lens cleaner for our cameras. The adjustable straps will come in handy for all the times I'll over load this space LOL.
Nice to see it comes with all the accessories: backpack straps, rain cover, seat pad, 4 adjustable straps with clips and didn't have to buy them separately.
Check out this video from Eric of Viking Bags.
Viking Bags Back Rest Large Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag
Mounted on our 2003 Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary VRSCA VROD camera bike.
These bags generally go on your passenger's seat or on a luggage rack if you're riding two up. However for my application it will be going onto this custom made rear camera mount luggage rack combo. I'll be using the four hold down straps that came with the bag to hold it in place, directly to the luggage rack.