DIY Motorcycle Saddle Bags – Kawasaki KLX 250

DIY Motorcycle Saddle Bags – Kawasaki KLX 250
These DIY saddle bags cost less than to make. This video is in HD. Saddle bags have been tested to 65 mph with no adverse aerodynamic issues. A load limit of 10 lb per bag is recommended since one of the three mounting points is the rear plastic fender. Its also important to keep the load balanced. Inquiring minds want to know so here it is, shot with a Canon T3i DSLR in 1080p, audio with a Zoom H4n and a elcheepo electret microphone. Edited with Serif Movie Plus X5.

14 thoughts on “DIY Motorcycle Saddle Bags – Kawasaki KLX 250

  1. Im thinking of doing this to my drz 400s. I just looked at Diamond Back Dual Sport saddlebags and wow omost 300 smackers. thats too much dough

  2. For sure $300 is to much. That was my motivation for making my own plus these DIY bags will give if you hit something with them in stead of bending up the bike or your leg. Another way to look at the DIY project is, your paying yourself $250 to make them yourself. How’s that for motivation?

  3. Nice work. I made my own rack, and after watching this video, just may have to work on saddle bags / panniers next! 😀

  4. very very nice and helpful video…. you really solved my big problem… Thanks

  5. i got to say, i watched alot of video and this is the best design yet. the only thing i dont like is the mounting point on the plastic rear fender? license plate holder, but its only used as a side stabilizer so its pretty much good. the thing i like about rear luggage like this is the protection in cage of a crash. the only point ill worry about is the plastic license plate holding breaking…

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