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Kriega R20 Motorcycle Backpack

Kriega is an English company, they are specialists in motorcycle backpacks and luggage systems. The purpose built Kriega R20 backpack besides looking awesome, is just the right size for light riding. It is packed with some great features with motorcyclists in mind: a unique QUADLOC harness with adjustable back length and total arm freedom; a side access pocket; a back protector(optional); an internal sleeve for fitting a 3-litre Hydrapak reservoir; water-resistant zips; and allows you to attach other Kriega packs to increase capacity.

Available from Town Moto or from Amazon




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