Helps to maintain stability and lessens shifting during riding, particularly helpful when riding sport bikes with low bars.
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- Who would have thought... Review by Tom
- ....that such a small accessory could be so good? This add-on really makes a huge difference! It adds stability in spades! Have only used it on my Courier Bag on my bicycle. Can't wait to try it on my Dispatch (and on my motorcycles) (Posted on 5/8/14)
- Super stable Review by Keith S.
- The stabilizer was tested on my BMW R1150GS at 100mph and it did not flop around or move around even though it was nearly empty (BTW, I am 5'8” tall, 185lbs with a normal build). (Posted on 7/12/13)
- Super comfortable Review by Keith S.
- The strap pad is awesome! With about 30 lbs of weight in the bag it was not digging into my shoulder at all when I was carrying it around, off the bike, with just a T-shirt on. Amazing! (Posted on 7/12/13)
- I have the large Parcel b... Review by J Hank Murphy
- I have the large Parcel bag and this really helps keep it stable while riding. I think there are two things to consider about this item. First, there is no adjustment for slack in the front of the unit, so the loose end will flap about. Wrapping the excess around the strap seems to eventually work itself loose. Note that the right way to do this is to take up the excess at the bitter end, which can't be done underway. Eventually you can adjust it to your satisfaction, I hope, but it's a nuisance at first. The second issue is that, when released, the strap flops down by your knee. This can be fixed by remembering to hold it, so I think it's just a matter of acclimation, like remembering to unhook your heated gear when getting off the bike. Overall a useful addition, and I would not recommend getting a larger dispatch bag without one. (Posted on 11/8/08)