February 15, 2008, Newsletter Issue #14: Motorcycle Saddlebags

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Motorcycle saddlebags are descendants of the saddle bags that were used on horses. In years past, cowboys would put twin bags that were joined by a strip of leather over a horse, either on the saddle or directly behind it. These bags were used for carrying provisions, ammunition and personal effects, and because of their close proximity to the saddle, they earned the name "saddle bags." Today, motorcycle saddlebags are used for similar purposes, minus carrying ammunition. Bikers use saddlebags to carry food, personal effects, tools and anything else that they might need during a ride. Because of their stylish look, they are extremely popular and are used on most motorcycles. In particular, Harley-Davidson motorcycles have a reputation of utilizing saddle bags, and most bikes that are on the road from their company have saddle bags on them. Saddle bags should be an integral part of every bikers accessory kit. They can be bought in many different sizes, shapes and colors to conform to each individual biker's tastes and needs.

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