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Kuryakyn 4141 Black GranTour Bag

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  • Large zipper pulls are glove friendly
  • Retractable locking device keeps the bag right where you want it
  • Made of Cordura and leather, the weather-resistant Grantour bag comes with a rain cover for added protection
  • Dimensions: 18 inches tall, 14 inches deep, 20 inches wide
  • Included items: Bag, passenger seat mounting pad system, adjustable straps, retractable lock and rain cover
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BrandKuryakyn
Model4141
Item Weight12.4 pounds
Product Dimensions21.1 x 17.7 x 13.3 inches
Item model number4141
Manufacturer Part Number4141
OEM Part Number ZZ 3503-0012
  
Additional Information
ASINB000GVEY64
Best Sellers Rank #4,389 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 30, 2007
  
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With multiple mounting options like sissy bar, luggage rack or passenger seat, this versatile bag is the ultimate companion for weekend trips or short tours. A semi rigid internal framework serves two purposes. It helps the main compartment hold its shape even when empty and it provides adjustable lumbar support for the rider's back.


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The bag is very well made.
Doc Holiday
I really like this its very versatile, I have used it both as a back rest and as a bag behind my sissy bar.
Joshua Largent
On a weekend trip, we still had plenty of room.
ANTHONY S.

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ben on July 30, 2008
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This bag delivers on all accounts. Attaching to the bike is simple and secure- and there are several easy option. The bag is intelligently divided, with different sized pockets so keeping gloves, an extra visor, and all sorts of other items separated.

The construction is solid. Nothing on the bag feels cheap or compromised. The main zipper even has an elastic strap to hold it so it doesn't make noise while riding. I was able to fit the under-the-seat anchor piece on without having to remove the rubber pads under the seat. Although the first time it didn't work, I slid the leather anchor a little further back on the fender and the seat was then able to latch.

I have seen some people (on other sites' reviews) say that the bag is too small to use as a backrest. Obviously this depends on your motorcycle. I am 5'6" and have a vulcan 900 classic. Putting the bag against my sissy bar makes using the backrest easy (and I don't even have highway pegs, so I don't lean back when I ride). I would highly recommend this bag and would make the same choice again.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Graybush on October 17, 2011
Useful, versatile, durable. Great bag. I replaced a set of too-small saddlebags with the GranTour bag.

The interior of the main compartment is 13" wide, 9" long (front to back), and 10" tall. The lid has two compartments, one accessible with the lid open, that has a zippered mesh liner to hold things up. The other is accessible from the outside portion of the lid. This is where I usually stick my gloves. There is a pocket on the back that is a good place to stuff phone/charger/camera, or similar items. There is a zippered pocket on the outside on each side of the bag. I use one for the rain cover for the bag itself and the other is for random items-kickstand pad, house keys, things like that. On the outside of each of these is a mesh pocket that I've never really used. The handle is kind of in a weird place but I have used it to carry the bag in to work a few times when rain was threatening. Having said that, I have been caught in the rain a few times and everything in the bag stayed dry.

The bag has two large velcro strips that can be used to wrap around a sissybar and four metal d-rings on each side (two high, two low) with four adjustable straps to hold it in place. So far I've only used one or two straps to hold it in place. With the MC Enterprises sissybar I have on my bike, I can loop the straps around the handles to keep them tight so I've never used the under-the-seat pad. Also, I haven't used the retractable lock that comes with the bag so I can't comment on that.

The GranTour bag includes a pad that attached to the bag with velcro so if you put the bag on your back seat, you can attach the pad and use it as a backrest.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AL HOPPER on October 3, 2010
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I used the kuryakyn grantour bag as soon as I got it on a 600 mile trip.I got the Item fast as promised. It held everything I needed for the trip without a problem. You do need to strap it to the sissy bar if you pack it heavy. Try not to load it top heavy. It will try to lean if you do not put it on the sissy bar.I think the bag is very well made.I rode in the rain for two hours and with the cover on it everything stayed dry.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Fred on September 9, 2013
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I have used just a simple duffle bag for years on my bike, so I was really looking forward to getting a "real" bag for my trips. Shipping was very fast from Leather Up. When I got the bag I was pleased with the layout, and it looked like exactly what I was looking for. Plenty of room for my travels, and handy pockets for smaller items. The bag mounted nice and secure on my bike. Then I noticed that the zipper for the main compartment had not been fully stitched onto the bag. There was a gap of 2-3 inches where there was no stitching at all! Hmmm, ok, I guess I'll need to send this back for a replacement. When I noticed this flaw I was already on a 5,000 mile trip up into Canada and Alaska. Then the zipper stop on one of the side compartments came unraveled which resulted in the zipper pull flying off the bag. Closer examination of this side compartment also revealed loose stitching on the zipper, that looked like it was about to come undone. Halfway through my trip two of the D ring tie downs popped off (good thing I brought extra cam straps!). When I got home I sent the bag back for a refund, which was issued quickly.

I thought this was going to be a great bag, but I was really let down by the low quality stitching. I guess I'll continue my hunt for a good motorcycle bag, and go back to using my old reliable duffle bag for now.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Doug Balko on February 10, 2013
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I purchased this product knowing the quality of Kuryakyn products. It is EXTREMELY well constructed and spacious. I knew that I was going to need a lot of capacity being this was going to "house" my wife's belongings for our extended trips. The ladies need "just a little more room" which this bag has plenty of. It fits the rear trunk rack of my Honda Goldwing GL1500I and secures very well with plenty of individual compartments, which helps keep things well organized. This is a VERY versatile piece of bike luggage that I'm sure will give me many years of excellent service.
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