Leather Handlebar Bag - Distressed Tan by Indian Motorcycle
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This Distressed Tan Leather Handlebar Bag offers the ultimate in style, convenience and innovative cargo carrying solutions for Indian Motorcycle® riders. This handsome, premium leather bag attaches securely to the nacelle near the handlebars and is positioned in between the handlebars. This puts small items conveniently within easy reach of the rider, which will make this bag the most frequently utilized cargo carrier on the Indian Motorcycle®. The Handlebar Bag has a formed liner to maintain the interior cargo space, including a large cargo pocket with a soft lining that’s ideal for items such as a spare set of gloves, sunglasses or a bottle of water. Two small pockets closest to the rider are ideal for carrying items such as a wallet, cell phone or garage door opener. There’s also a small pocket ideal for storing a Bluetooth® device or power adapter/charger, which can be connected to the Indian Motorcycle’s wiring harness so small electronic items can be powered or charged while riding. (Bluetooth® device, power adapter/charger and cord all sold separately.) The lid of the Handlebar Bag snaps shut to keep items secure and protected from the elements. The lid also has a Velcro® tab for quick and easy opening and closing. There’s an Indian Motorcycle® script logo on the front of the bag, and a Concho in back with your choice of branding.
Color: Distressed Tan
Material: Premium Leather
Leather is designed to closely match stock leather
Installation: Attaches securely to motorcycle’s nacelle
Includes: Handlebar Bag with integrated mounting bolts
Decorative Concho Sold Separately (Black: 2879674-266, Blue: 2879674-640, Red: 2879674-639)
Designed for Indian Chief Classic or Indian Chief Vintage models, not fairing-equipped Indian Chieftain