Click to enlarge4100 Alaska Bag

In 1986, Bruce Armstrong convinced his wife that riding an XL500 Honda from Seattle to Alaska would be a good idea. He used Chase Harper ET4100 saddlebags, a 1501 Eurosport tank bag and a number plate bag, but still found himself needing a place to stow tent, sleeping bag and sleeping mats. John Chase made a custom tail trunk bag that exactly accommodated these items. Upon returning (and his wife saying that she was never going touring on a d/p bike again), he found himself using his now-scruffy Alaska bag on a wide variety of motorcycles, sometimes re-packed with rain gear, his Aerostitch suit or empty - "just in case". Now well tested, Chase Harper is re-creating his original Alaska Bag in 2001 as the Chase Harper B-Alaska Bag. Dual sport, sport, touring, cruiser, or ATV, the B-Alaska Bag can easily be installed on any motorcycle, used as a n airline carry-on or helmet bag. A soft-side bag, it fits all racks or rear seats and the compression straps make certain the bag is secure and doesn't flap in the win. The B-Alaska Bag is extremely simple, having no internal stiffeners or dividers, no external pockets, no reflective panels. It is cheap to buy and easy to stow when not in use.

Dual top plated YKK zipper with TWO rows of stitching for easy access Super tough Indusrial Grade Ballistic Cloth construction Seams are bound on the inside and stress points are bar tacked Nickel plated "D" rings for securing retainer straps Completely washable 2" Carrying handle Fits every bike / ATV Rolls up small for storing but has big interior volume 11"d x 20"w x 9"h 1980 cubic inches or 32.5 liters of space ! Color : Black