Rapid Transit Recon 45 Saddlebags

  • Wind/Water resistant 1000D Nylon construction
  • Scratchguard rubberized contact fabric
  • Four hook and loop adjuster straps to compensate for exhaust height
  • Quad-adjust mounting system
  • Heat and water resistant bottom
  • Reflective stripe
  • Rain covers included
  • Mounting instructions
  • Tips for choosing the right luggage
  • Saddlebag fitment and installation video
  • Dual mounting feature video

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Sizing Information

  • Dimensions: 13.00”(L) x 8.00”(H) x 6.00”(D)
  • Capacity: 12.5 Liters per side

Our Two Cents

The Rapid Transit Recon 45 Saddlebags are the smaller of the Two saddlebags offered by Rapid Transit, check the Recon 77 Saddlebags below. If you ride a sportbike with high exhaust be sure to check the other brands of Sport Saddlebags we offer. The Recon 45 Saddlebags feature the Scratchguard material to protect your bike, rain covers are included as well as the necessary mounting straps. These are easy to mount to your bike, and you can adjust the height at which the saddlebags will rest to compensate for your exhaust or rear foot pegs. Carrying handles for convenience and quick release buckles backed up by a dual zipper opening for each main compartment. The manufacturer claims this bag has reflective features but I hit this bag with light and it was not as reflective as I expected, I believe having reflective material on the rider or the bike is far more effective.

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

Rapidtransitbagsonnighthawk750
From: Professor R.
Location: Alabama

Generally, one size fits most, but seldom mine. I was hunting forever for bags I can secure long term under the seat of my Nighthawk 750. After a long talk with customer service warning me of problems, and I bought these despite misgivings that even a temporary sport bike style mounting would not work on two decade old bike style. (Read more...)

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