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Held USA Vivione, Tenda and Livigno Bags

Held USA is now carrying a variety of rear bags to suit a wide range of riding distances and disciplines. The Vivione (available in two sizes), the Tenda, and the Livigno allow a rider to choose the right size for their riding adventures.

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Livigno

Livigno

Held USA is now carrying a variety of rear bags to suit a wide range of riding distances and disciplines. The Vivione (available in two sizes), the Tenda, and the Livigno allow a rider to choose the right size for their riding adventures.

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Long-distance riders will appreciate the Livigno (MSRP $200), which boasts 45 liters of storage capacity. The Livigno features two external pockets and volume adjustment to make packing easy. The water-repellent nylon shell is combined with a waterproof inner pocket with a roll click closure system. Tension straps and lashing loops ensure simple, secure attachment to the rear of the motorcycle.

Vivione

Vivione

Held’s Vivione rear bag is available in two sizes. The smaller option (MSRP $120) has seven liters of storage capacity, while the larger size (MSRP $140) has an ample 20 liters of capacity. The polyester outer shell has a water-repellent PVC coating to combat the elements. There is an integrated, waterproof compartment as well as 3M SCOTCHLITE reflectors, detachable shoulder straps, and an all-around zipper for volume adjustment.

Tenda

Tenda

The sleek Tenda (MSRP $90) can be carried on the rear or the tank of the motorcycle, making the 15-liter bag a versatile option. The water-repellent nylon fabric comes with a rain cover, and an all-around zipper adjusts volume. The Tenda mounts via two nylon straps with click fasteners or optional magnets, which can be used in its tank-mounted configuration. Other features are 3M SCOTCHLITE reflectors and shoulder straps.

For more information: www.HeldUSA.com.

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