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Motorcycle transport?

 
DavoTriumph
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Aug 05, 2017 16:30 |  #1

Hi, I get around on a motorbike so I need good vibration and bump protection for my gear as well as compact design, I currently use a shoulder bag but it has no padding what so ever. I guess I'm looking for suggestions as to how others carry around their gear on a motorbike.

My gear consists of a Canon EOS M5, EF-M 22mm f2, EF-M 28mm Macro, EF-M 15-45mm and a EF 70-300 f4-5.6 IS II USM.

The EF-M lenses fit nicely into neoprene can holders and If I could find something similar for the body and zoom I'd continue to use the shoulder bag I have.

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Thanks for any advice,
Davo



  
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Aug 05, 2017 21:16 |  #2

Depends on which bike I'm on, but a Lowepro Pro Runner 300 (old model) gets the most use. Fits in the side case on one of the bikes and the top box on the other. The other that got a lot of use was a Nova Sport 35L AW. lots of gear and fit and filled the top box on my GSA.


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Aug 06, 2017 13:46 |  #3

Thanks Rusty,
I made a trip to a local foam supplier and have converted my shoulder bag for now. My main problem has been the odd size of the Canon M5, a lot smaller then a DSLR but much bigger then a compact. so for now this will do.


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Aug 06, 2017 13:49 |  #4

I can either wear it as a shoulder bag while I ride or fit it in the top box for longer trips


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