|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 7.5 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||ROK-10025|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ROK-10025|
|Vehicle Service Type||street-touring-motorcycles, all-terrain-vehicles, street-cruiser-motorcycles, off-road-motorcycles, street-motor-scooters, street-sport-motorcycles, utility-vehicles|
ROK Straps ROK-10025 Black 18" - 60" Motorcycle/ATV Adjustable Stretch Strap
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- As easy as attach, buckle, and tighten, the Motorcycle/ATV Adjustable Strap is rated to carry 100 pounds (200 pounds burst strength) 1 inch wide, adjusts from 18 to 60 inches long
- Two-piece strap consisting of a webbing element with loop attachments and an elastic element joined by quick-release buckle
- The elastic section provides tension; the webbing section adjusts for size, ensuring you have exactly the right length with exactly the right tension
- Each section is attached independently around a luggage rack, frame tube, foot peg carrier, the luggage is placed between the attachment points, the two parts of the strap are buckled together, and the strap is tightened
- Designed specifically for motorcycle and ATV use, they are safer than a bungee cord, with the looped end attachments to keep your ride scratch free
|Customers keep this item: This has a 80% better return rate than similar items|
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As easy as attach, buckle, and tighten, the Motorcycle/ATV Adjustable Strap is rated to carry 100 pounds (200 pounds burst strength) 1 inch wide, adjusts from 18 to 60 inches long. Two-piece strap consisting of a webbing element with loop attachments and an elastic element joined by quick-release buckle. The elastic section provides tension; the webbing section adjusts for size, ensuring you have exactly the right length with exactly the right tension. Each section is attached independently around a luggage rack, frame tube, foot peg carrier, etc., the luggage is placed between the attachment points, the two parts of the strap are buckled together, and the strap is tightened. Designed specifically for motorcycle and ATV use, they are safer than a bungee cord, with the looped end attachments to keep your ride scratch free.
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When I add the Saddleman luggage on the back of the bike I used to have to add multiple bungee cords to get it to stay firmly. Now, with the ROK Straps, I use two on the main bag that I place on the rear seat and the two smaller straps on the duffel placed on my rear rack. Once everything is cinched down, everything is secure and doesn't budge. Installation takes minutes instead of the 30+ minutes it used to take me.
* * * * * stars
These are the original and the most popular LOOPED END (lark's head type) and there is a hooked version, as well.
All the other reviews will attest. THESE WORK BEST !
If you are not sure, then, *I* would suggest you start HERE, with THIS version and spec. This is the configuration (the spec and version) that made ROK STRAPS the most popular tie-down solution on the market and, with motorcycles, there is no margin for error or failure. Tested in the real world, by the touring community. The "REAL DEAL" (and not cheap).
You can use them in any scenario you would use a traditional bungie cord. The best part is they are looped at the end without hooks, which allows you to secure them without tying a knot. I plan to get D ring carabiners to use on the back of my bike for easier on and off, since I don't use straps int he back as often. Since I carry stuff everyday on my front basket, I keep 2 of the small sizes for securing back to front and a large one to secure across the load. You would not believe the amount of stuff this allows me to carry with no worry of losing anything along the way.
I simply tie off any excess after securing the load. About 1/4 of the strap is elastic, the rest is a high quality, durable webbing.
The adjustability is what makes this product so amazing. Bungies work fine if you the know the exact length you need for every occasion, which i rarely do...which means I collected a grip of different sized bungies and end up bring them all on camping trips etc, which meant a bag of tangled mess.
I plan to keep a few of my best bungies and toss the rest now that I got these bad boys!
There are no hooks to scratch the bike.
They hold on securely.
They are very easy to adjust.
They are easy to undo at the camp site so I can get my bag off and get the tent out and set up.
Riding ~450 miles the bag never moved, it stayed in place secured solidly to my seat - there were plenty of corners on my trip.
I like these straps and will be using them on my next trip.
I bought 2 more packs of these and I have 2 different bikes I'll be using them with as required.
I absolutely love these straps and wouldn't hesitate to recommend them to any motorcyclist.
I used these straps again on a 8 day, 2,800 mile motorcycle trip to Canada a couple weeks ago and they worked without flaw. My travel companion used a set as well. We had no issues with them at all. I highly recommend them.
> Sure, you can buy lots of bungees for what you'll pay for just a couple of ROK's, but I don't think you'll find that bungees perform better in holding anything down on any surface.
>You provide how much tension is needed with ROK's adjustability and elastic sections. You can't do that with rubber bungees with their paint & chrome scratchin' metal hooks.
> Since there is no metal on the ROK's, you thread them through loops on both ends, they are not going to scratch any surface you might use them on if you're careful.
> VERY well made, and they should last a good long time with even a minimal amount of care. Try 'em and I doubt you'll be sorry you paid the bucks for the best.
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