Kuryakyn introduced new products expanding its offerings in motorcycle audio and travel bags for both adventure and on-road motorcycle riding at AIMExpo 2022. This was the company’s first launch event since being acquired by Tucker Powersports in September 2021.
The new king of the hill in mobile speakers is the Kuryakyn Wanderbar. It delivers audiophile sound quality to motorcycles, ATVs and side-by-sides or at a tailgate party or campsite. The Wanderbar’s 35-watt dynamic stereo amp delivers power to two woofers and four tweeters while integrated passive radiators produce thumping mids and bass lines owners won’t expect from a compact speaker. The chargeable lithium battery packs power for hours of music for charging other electronics or powering the built-in task light. It’s available in a 14-inch ($599.99) or 10-inch ($579.99) version.
If smaller size and permanent mounting is important to a rider, the Road Thunder Sound Bar Plus is the right choice for your motorcycle or ATV. It packs a punch in sound and includes a solid mount to a motorcycle or ATV while using less handlebar space. The two full-range speakers and four tweeters add a personalized soundtrack to every ride. The mounts for the Road Thunder Soundbar Plus accommodate a smaller 1.5-inch handlebar. It’s available in Satin Silver and Black ($469.99).
Man’s best friend will enjoy Kuryakyn’s best accommodations ever, with the new Pet Palace Flyweight Ruff Pack. This backpack-style dog carrier is loaded with creature (and human) comforts, making it perfect for motorcycles, bicycles, hiking or hitting the town. The weather-resistant, 1000-denier nylon construction and PVC-coated mesh vent panels will support up to 15 pounds of furry fun. Soft tie-down points allow for mounting on motorcycle passenger seats and other vehicles ($99.99).
Kuryakyn’s Torke line of waterproof carrying cases for ADV and overlanding gets four new additions to the family. A large, removable, dry pouch; a waterproof pannier; waterproof gun case; and a waterproof duffle bag join the lineup that is especially appealing to off-roaders and riders who don’t have hard bags on their bikes. All have waterproof RF-welded, PVC construction, submersible IPX7 zippers. The Torke Dry Rifle Case features a plush, padded interior to ensure your rifle stays protected and dry. The Pannier has a 24-liter capacity and the Duffle is 33 liters, expandable to 39 liters.
The Momentum line of bags gains four new styles this season: the Wanderer Touring Seat Bag, the Road Warrior Bag, the Vagabond Bag and the Freeloader Bag. All are constructed from UV-rated, weather-resistant, 1,200-denier textile material. The Wanderer is a great do-it-all bag with a huge center storage area. It has a 60-liter capacity. The Road Warrior features eight separate storage areas and works great as a trunk or sitting on a luggage rack. It has a 60-liter capacity. The Vagabond Bag is great for a weekend road trip with lots of storage options and a 46-liter capacity. The Freeloader Bag is a duffle style that quickly mounts to any sissy bar or backrest. It has a 33-liter capacity and expands to 39 liters.
“Kuryakyn continues its mission of delivering great products that make a better experience for all riders,” said Kuryakyn Brand Manager Tyler Anderson. “Our new products are designed to meet the needs of motorcycle riders, ATV and side-by-side owners and their ‘faithful companions.’ This brand continues to innovate and improve the riding experience for all of our customers.”