…it just depends. If you have a non-magnetic tank, it will be a challenge. If you have a sport touring bike with a composite tank, rethink the tank bad altogether. The bag is overall small, yet super waterproof. (Posted on 9/9/13)
My Bike: 2009, FJR1300
Greats: installation simple; easily removed during lunch breaks& fuel stops; map case really works well; bag perfect size for long or short trips; both bag and map case totally waterproof during random showers so no need to stop and put on a rain cover--there isn't one; excellent capacity; access to items pretty easy once you understand how to open the weatherproof T-zip system.
NOTE: if you are looking for a quick access bag while driving, this is not your bag...the weather-proof T-zip system takes two hands to open and close.
AWESOME BAG! (Posted on 7/15/12)