This bag was for my wife. We ordered another bag from someone else and ended up returning it when my wife saw the features of the small MotoFizz online at Aerostich. We got it fast and she is thrilled with the quality construction, features, size, flexible compartments and attachment straps. Great for day trips or hauling her stuff to work. Well worth the cost! (Posted on 7/15/13)
I bought this bag based on the dimensions of the cargo plate on my BMW R1200RT...perfect fit. It is a nice bag but a little over-priced. For the price, a photocopy of the instructions in English would have been nice. The instructions & features literature enclosed is in Japanese. (You will have to view the PDF file on this website to see it in English.) Otherwise, I like the bag fine. ONE IMPROVEMENT THIS BAG NEEDS IS A NON-SLIP NEOPRENE PAD TO PROTECT PAINT AND TO PREVENT THE BAG FROM SLIDING WHEN USED AS A TAIL BAG. THIS WOULD ADD TO ITS VERSATILITY AND OFFER BETTER PROTECTION TO YOUR MACHINE'S FINISH. (Posted on 6/8/13)
I found the Small MotoFizz seat bag to be the perfect fit on the cyclerack for everyday use on my Yamaha TW200. The price is right for a very versatile bag and its quality. I would recommend everyone to consider this bag.
This was my first purchase from Aerostich and I know it will not be my last. (Posted on 5/29/13)
I'm so pleased w/ the small bag. It fits nicely & securely on the behind-the-seat rack on my '12 KLR, yet unclips easily when I need to remove it.
Included rain cover a nice touch. (Posted on 12/10/12)
I have used the large for several years, and was not disappointed in the small version, at all. The large was on the back of my Road King for over 50,000 miles. I intend to have this on the back of my Yamaha Super Tenere for the same adventures. (Posted on 8/21/12)
I love this bag. It fits the back rack on a KLR perfectly. It holds plenty of things and I still have room for more. It is great quality, and is so easy to attach, and it holds to the bike like its glued on. ( even in very stong winds at high speed)
I have not been out in the rain yet, or tried the rain fly which was the only real issue of concern i had before buying. I have looked the fly over and it seems to be good quality so i guess time will tell. Overall i really like this bag and am glad i bought it. (Posted on 4/5/12)
Really like this bag, I've had 3 others but this is the most well thought out. Mounts very secure for dual sport/off road use. Only complaint is it's not waterproof but I knew that before ordering. I live in San Diego area so that's not a big deal but it may be in other parts of the country.
Not the same quality as a Wolfman as far as material goes but it seems up to the task and the design is far better than anything else out there. (Posted on 3/28/12)
I haven't made any long trips yet, but I have plans to take the bag up to Yosemite for a week this summer. So far I've used it around town when running errands and grocery shopping. Last week I was able to fit $40 with of groceries into this bad boy. We're talkin meat, a baguette loaf (had to eat some to fit it in) all sorts of oddly shaped veggies, etc. Just a bunch or random stuff I needed. Expanded the sides and stuffed it all in there. I'm sure I could fit more if I was being more precise about packing but I wasn't concerned at the time.
Fit and finish is great and the MotoFizz slogan just cracks me up. "Turns on every rider" Being that it is a Japanese company, it was a bit disappointing when the label on the inside said "Made in China." Maybe I should have got a Wolfman bag???
I ride a Triumph Legend 900 with a Thruxton seat and this bag fits perfectly on the rear. (Posted on 1/18/12)
I bought one for my FJR last summer to go camping with. I had a Bags Connection tail bag which was way too big for the rear seat, it overhung the bike's hard saddle bags which made getting into them a pain. This small Motofiz bag was perfect, I had unrestricted access to the side bags. I was able to fit my 3 man tent, and my thick self inflating ground mat under this seat bag and the strap system held everything in place. The height of the "tower" fit just under the hinge on my Givi trunk and did not interfere with it's opening.
This bag has several D-rings and straps to hang your hang your odd bits & stuff, and 2 large side pouches. The D-rings on the top flap are integrated with the reinforcement straps closing the top of the bag. I attached a pair of Rok Straps to these and securely lashed down my sleeping bag/dry sack, yet was able to gain easy entry due to the nylon quick buckles. My left saddle bag fit my clothes, right saddle bag for bike things, which left the trunk available for my hat or groceries or what not.
This bag took care of my camping items. When I arrived at my campsite, removal was 4 quick clips easy and I had all I needed to set up. I'm tickled with how well it worked, it was just the right size.