- External Dimensions 43.1 x 36.1 x 20.3 cm
- Weight 1.60 kg
- Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Mega-cool and styled right to match your sportsbike or sport touring motorcycles bodywork, the Axio Tankbag is a first in a sea of look-a-like nylon tankbags.
Constructed around Axio's sleek Polycarbonate hardshell it features an exclusive hidden storage tray under the rainproof PVC map pocket. Its durable Jacquard nylon base is roomy, while keeping it sleek aerodynamic shape. Should you need any extra storage space, the bag is also completely expandable. Built-in hidden shoulder straps convert the tankbag into a handy backpack for added mobility. The bags magnetic flaps have three magnets per flap for easy and secure attachment to metal tanks.
- Attaches to tank via heavy duty magnetic flaps
- Hidden storage tray
- Rainproof PVC map pocket
Customer Product Reviews
Magnetic tank bag carbon Axio Works very well, does not move or scratch tank. Holds enough and does not become obtrusive, used on Honda Devealle fuel injected model.Peter B. from MANDURAH, WA Australia
Cool Got this 'hard-top' style tankbag because my old one flopped around on the tank unless it was completely full- then it was hard to access stuff inside- had to dig through to get stuff deeper! Haven't used for a big trip yet, but I think it will perform well. I have added some self-adhesive velcro in between the press-clips front and back of the map pocket, just to give peace of mind. I think if I'm to use it as a shoulder-bag/ packpack then I don't trust the press-studs alone to secure the map pocket, and anything underneath in the mobile section for that matter. Water-proof zip seems good, and I particularly like the light-weight magnets. Much lighter than the huge speaker magnets in my old Dri-Rider City, and still feels really secure on the tank. It seems just the right size on my CB1300 tank- unobtrusive and doesn't affect view of the instruments, allows full lock without sounding the horn and still leaves a small space in front of my gut... Not sure using it as a backpack would be good for more than a short walk to the motel, garage to house etc. and hence I think a single shoulder strap hanging it down on one side near your hip will work better. looking forward to putting it to the test on extended tour.Cliff P. from Byron Bay, NSW Australia