Kawasaki KLR 650 2022 onward
Lightweight, frames to support throw over pannier bags
As the weight of the bags is carried on the seat we only require the frames to stop the panniers flapping about or contacting the exhausts.
You'll see all sorts of comments out there in webland. A common comment is that our frames are too lightweight. Our approach is to make a frame that can take minor tumbles, be straightened with a pair of hands and a size nine after bigger ones, repaired in a cockies shed and protect the subframe of the bike by being somewhat "sacrificial". This Andy Strapz pannier support sets weigh in the region of 1 kg per side so we ain't making rear end crash bars.
Supplied with all fittings and spacers required.
Weight - 2kg for the whole set! Yes, both sides and bolts.
It's really great to find Australian designed and locally made accessories for my bike. The rack system is very quick and easy to fit. Once I had removed the OEM pieces the new pannier frames bolted straight on using original mounts and fittings and took about 10 minutes in total to fit. They are exceptionally well made and powder coat finished. The soft panniers are all made in house, none of this imported from China and rebadged crap. The panniers themselves are extremely well made and have provisions for fuel and water bottles built in. There are also optional liners that enable you to lift the whole content of each pannier out in one go. Now I just need to wait for this crap weather we are experiencing to bugger off so I can head up into the hills and try them out. Andy is a great bloke to deal with, friendly and very helpful. AndyStrapz is one of the best motorcycle accessory shops I have ever dealt with and I can highly recommend them.