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Can a motorcyclist carry a bag in their right arm or left arm while operating the 2008 Honda CBR600R

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 09:11:19    Popularity:     

Tags: arm  left  bag  motorcyclist  carry  

Yep. You can sit on the bike while one arm is holding the groceries. Driving the bike is a different story. Only if you got a 3rd arm. So put INSIDE THE

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Yep. You can sit on the bike while one arm is holding the groceries.

Driving the bike is a different story. Only if you got a 3rd arm. So put INSIDE THE JACKET AND ZIP IT CLOSED and don't bend over.

You need both hands on the handlebars to control the throttle, clutch and front brake. If you're busy juggling a sack, whichever arm you use removes some driving control.You must never have ridden a motorcycle asking a question like that. Others gave you reasonable ways to handle baggage apart from what you asked to do.

I use a rucksack and occasionally a waterproof duffel, if the straps are tight so it does not flap and it does not contain too much weight it works fine.

NO. Riding a motorcycle is hard enough without juggling a bag full of stuff in one arm. Buy a couple of bungee cords and strap it down on the back of the bike.

I wouldn't recommend it on a razor sharp, stiff and uncomfortable crotch rocket.

Heck, I wouldn't recommend it on anything with two OR four wheels.

Tell ya what; get a scooter. One can carry a 10 kilo sack of potatoes on these things without breaking a sweat. Seen it with my very own two eyes...

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=03XhOIOqrM...

Scooters are making more and more sense as I'm growing older and older (Almost 30 now). No wonder ol' Dimo J; a seasoned rider; putters around on a bloody Vespa!

If only they'd a manual transmission...

LIke Google "motorcycle messenger bag." Like wow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrutwB5J...

'Can Try'- but probably end up with road rash. A good reason to trade for a GOLD WING with saddlebags. Get a back pack or large shoulder bag- military surplus stores and outdoor supply good place to shop. European practice in old days of Cafe' racers was the large tank bag. Some of Rat bikes made from dropped Rs include Ammunition cases, milk crates, unmatched saddle bags. Check rear subframe, mufler and foot peg mounts, use tape measure and check angle iron supply to mount a milk crate on back, set of 50 caliber ammo boxes to the side maybe also.

Yes but not advisable. Use a backpack.

Don't do that.
Here are two better ideas:
Wear a backpack. It has to be heavy duty enough to sit on your back without blowing around.
Use a "cargo net" to hold your bag to the pillion seat (assuming your motorcycle still has a pillion seat).

Can? Can is such a generic word.



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