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Hello. Really happy with my new purchase. Am interested in doing side cases. Do you suggest a brand which fits well?

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Hello. Really happy with my new purchase. Am interested in doing side cases. Do you suggest a brand which fits well?

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I have never seen side cases fitted. A top box goes on simply though...
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givi EA101 look good ,
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Hello. Really happy with my new purchase. Am interested in doing side cases. Do you suggest a brand which fits well?

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How much kit do you need to carry? I was easily able to get a tent, sleeping bag, stove, sleeping mat, spare clothing, and a tyre repair kit under the saddle. Waterproofs and daily food in the top box.
I found that there's plenty of space available for a 10 day tour of Europe.
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I agree the Givi EA101 bags look good, wonder if they would move around a lot though and mark panels.
Plenty of room under seat though and i also have a 39L top case, seems to be enough even when i go food shopping
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Welcome to this forum and congrats for your new purchase.
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