Most cruiser motorcycles have a back rest for the pillion rider to be at comfort during rides. But, what about the rider? If there was some cool backrest for the rider, wouldn’t that be great? I found a cool solution — A Saddlemen BR4100 Dresser Back Seat Bag!
Okay, so you are all set to cruise along on your bike, as you rest your back, right? What we have here is a bag that can accommodate your luggage, and double up as a good back rest.
Yes, you read it right, the saddlemen br4100 dresser backseat bag is the perfect accessory in the tail bag segment for a motorcycle tourer.
The sturdily constructed bag has a rigid design. You can lean on the bag even when it’s empty. The bag opens on the top, offering flexibility in packing and loading. When not on the bike, you can easily carry it by simply holding on to the handle or better still, as a backpack!
Most solo riders eagerly wish for this feature. The innumerable pouches on either sides to store things are a great boon — they can come in handy to store several things. A strap on top can hold your jacket, helmet or even perhaps a roll of sleeping bag/ tent or tripod.
There are a couple of mounting straps that tighten the bag on the rear seat. The Saddlemen BR4100 dresser backseat bag fixes on the bike securely; and what’s more, you need not worry about balance.
Tip: Pack properly — balance your items inside the bag.
Features at a Glance:
- Fully rigid; lets you lean against it even when empty
- Two tie down straps
- Full size top opening for easy packing
- Top carry handle and backpack straps for easy toting
- Top accessory straps allow you to add on a Saddlemen roll bag, extra jacket, etc.
- Extra side mesh pouches perfect for maps
- Constructed of UV- water- and weather-resistant 1200-denier SaddleTuff™ and leather-like vinyl panels
- Dimensions: 18.5” H x 21” W x 19” D; measures 4,100 cubic inches
The bag is priced at USD140 / INR7000 – shipping charges extra, of course! You can buy them from Revzilla or at Motorcycle Superstore.
Quick Mounting Tips:
- Pack your contents properly. It should be well balanced inside the bag.
- Installing luggage or placing mounting straps near the exhaust system can create a fire hazard. So make sure that after you are all set, you check if nothing is hanging close to the silencer.
- Always follow the manufacturer’s mounting instructions for proper installation on your motorcycle.
Article I have originally penned down and posted on MyBikeMyWorld.com