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ROK Straps

submitted by IntruderPassion

You have GOT to get these!! I bought 2 sets while at Daytona Bike Week & consider them the smartest purchase of accessories so far.


They come in different sizes/lengths & combinations, I got the ones that are adjustable for length up to 52" & they fit everything I might ever hope to fasten to the bike. Made of flat nylon webbing which has a loop on the end, you just thread it back thru itself around whatever part of the bike you want to fasten to. Then the other piece is a stretchable but flat material, also with a loop at one end and a YKK quick release buckle with an adjustment slide. You just do the thread the loop thing again and pull the two pieces across your cargo, tighten the adjustment strap as tight as you need it (it won't leave marks or compress your stuff like bungee cords).

Once you have it adjusted tightly you're done, takes about 2 seconds! To release it you just lift up slightly on the adjustment buckle to loosen it, press the sides of the latch & it opens.

At Daytona we paid 10$ each, but on the website, they are about 12$ (site is in Australia) I know there is someone in Florida selling them but I haven't been able to find the guy's name. I also just found out the ROK Strap was mentioned in Rider Magazine as product of the year!!

[all photos courtesy of ROK Straps Pty Ltd]

Thanks to IntruderPassion for submitting this personal review. She's been riding since December 2002 on her Suzuki Intruder 800 and is a member of SCRC, SunCoast Chapter.

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