I agree, love the Givi and the mount. Very stable and no straps or magnets to worry about.I use the Givi - the big selling point for me was that the ring system keeps the bag up and off the paint on the tank. I use the larger one on the GSA and a smaller one on the RnineT - pleased with both.
A couple questions: Can you tell me just how tall the bag is? (measured over the highest part of the tank) Do you have a more detailed picture of how/where you attach the lower straps?I have been using the Nelson Rigg Trails End tank bag on my 2016 GSA for the past two years and it is an inexpensive, simple and utilitarian way to go.
I use the givi tank bag with their locking ring! Yes its a pain when you have to fuel up but with the big tanks its only a few times so works ok for me.A couple questions: Can you tell me just how tall the bag is? (measured over the highest part of the tank) Do you have a more detailed picture of how/where you attach the lower straps?
Thank you! I appreciate it.At the gas fill the bag is about 4+ inches tall, unzipping the expansion increases it another 3 inches. It follows the contour of the tank so it really does not interfere with the riding seated or even standing, nor the handlebars with bar backs. I put the straps around the frame just behind the tank / seat intersection on each side. I'll put the bag on the bike and take some better photos over the weekend.