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Those bags look like they are much better quality than some of the other Corbin bags that I have seen. They look awesome on the Valk, but are too expensive for me.
 

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I have what I believe is the OEM Honda windscreen. It came on the bike. It will come off once the weather warms up a tad more and it will become a winter only accessory. When I bought the Valk I wanted a motorcycle that was still a motorcycle, not a car on two wheels. I specifically wanted hard bags and a screen of some sort and found my 2014 with the seat and back rest, passenger floorboards and the windscreen.

I like the look of the BLVD screen on the bike. Any info about its effectiveness would be appreciated. The Givi looks good BobMoe, why don't you like it?
 

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The wind came around the sides and hit me in the chest. Tried the Puig Touring II and the turbulence hits me in the face. Too flimsy.
 

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You're correct they are expensive. I've had MANY soft and hard bags on various bikes, including my original 1997 Valk. The Corbin bags for our machine are very simply the finest solution on the market. The install was a little tricky as described by the member above, but let me say...they are TOTALLY WORTH the investment if you can grit your teeth and do it someday. They are superb quality and look. I love mine!
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Here in Quebec Canada it will cost me 4000$ it is more than half of what I paid for the bike...

Put on a set of Tsukayu strong bags, or get a set of Valkyrie Interstate bags like I did. Much cheaper, looks great and holds a lot more stuff.
 

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Bscrive, I am in fact searching for Interstate Bags(look at the photos posted on the forum and you did an excellent and beautiful job with the Interstate bags, would you share the measurements for the racks?
 

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I didn't take any measurements. I just got a couple pieces of plywood and screwed them together in a 'T' and marked the mounting holes. I then drilled the holes and put 3/16"x 1.5" flat bar from each hole on the side and bottom and welded them together to make the stays. I used the Honda brakeet to attach to the bike.
 

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Corbin Bag install

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Just trying to figure out to put a picture. But this is for Bscrive, I would like to know where the brackets hold from the stays to the bike (refer to circle zones)?
 
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