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So on a bobber style bike how do you carry anything?
Mine has ZERO storage and putting saddlebags, well, that's not gonna happen.
Between spoiling the looks and not having a rear fender....nope.
I just bought a fork bag and that should be enough for my cell phone, some night riding glasses, and maybe gloves.
That's enough/bare minimum.
If I need to buy anything more than cig's I either take the Harley or the car.
Just curious how others handle this.
 

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Although mine isn't bobbed, I often use a backpack when getting a six pack from the store. I didn't really like the saddlebags.
 

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Have you considered a tank bag? Make sure the fork bag is mounted high enough that it doesn't hit the tire when forks are fully compressed. Many fork bags will rub the fender at full compression, and the Rebel fender is only like a quarter inch off the tire. With no fender, there's no margin for error.
 
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So on a bobber style bike how do you carry anything?
Mine has ZERO storage and putting saddlebags, well, that's not gonna happen.
Between spoiling the looks and not having a rear fender....nope.
I just bought a fork bag and that should be enough for my cell phone, some night riding glasses, and maybe gloves.
That's enough/bare minimum.
If I need to buy anything more than cig's I either take the Harley or the car.
Just curious how others handle this.
I know this isn’t helpful but hope it’s at least amusing. We use our Rebel to transport all sorts of junk. Don’t have a car in the City though so have to balance looks with utility
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