River Road Spectrum Series Cruiser GPS Tank Bag

Fact: I don’t go anywhere without my tank bag. Why? Because I don’t have any luggage on my bike. So, if you’re like me, the River Road Cruiser GPS Tank Bag might be just the ticket for carrying your stuff around while riding.

There are a lot of features that I really like about this bag but of course the coolest one is that it has a pop up window for your GPS. My bike vibrates too much to support a GPS on my handlebars, trust me I tried, so this would be a perfect solution to that problem. Just zip open the special pocket & install your GPS, plus there are loops inside to keep the cables out of the way so they don’t get tangled up. As an added bonus, the tank bag base zips off to convert to a map case, for those rides that you don’t use your GPS and you can then wear the bag as a backpack. Very versatile motorcycle gear indeed!



Security and durability do not seem to be an issue due to the RoadTex 1680 denier nylon that has two special coatings, PVC for water resistance & UV for protection against the sun. This piece of motorcycle luggage also incorporates the look & feel of top quality leather by way of tough synthetic material. In addition, the River Road Cruiser GPS Tank Bag has lockable zippers to keep your stuff safe and reflective piping for added visibility. A non slip base keeps the bag firmly in place, whether you attach it with the provided straps or just use the magnets to keep it on and the soft inner grey liner protects all your personal belongings.

So again, if you’re like me and need just a little space to stash some stuff while out riding, then check out this great River Road luggage piece along with some of the others they have to offer at Compacc.com today.


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