Desperately Looking For A Harley Bagger Part…

HarleyRoadKingbagDoc Robinson is the Associate & Technical Editor of Heavy Duty Magazine  the leader Harley print publication  in Australia, is a familiar face in major US rallies and one of my faithful readers. He sent me the request below. So, if anyone knows or want to jump on a bagger part business opportunity…email to me at

“Hi Cyril. Let me say again how much I enjoy your blog. I rise, brew a coffee and sit down to enjoy what is happening in the custom bike world. It must be a lot of work for you but I am sure you have many thousands of happy fans. Cyril, I am hunting around for some type of covers for Harley Tourers that allow the removal of the bags and cover up the ugly underside as does this one-off custom made one in the attached picture. It was fabricated at Klock Werks and made from aluminum, but I imagine that someone, somewhere makes something like this from fiberglass or some composite material. If no-one does, there’s a business opportunity going begging for sure! Hope you can help. Cheers”. Doc Robinson

5 Responses to “Desperately Looking For A Harley Bagger Part…”

  1. 1 toph Nov 14th, 2009 at 3:35 pm

    hi doc,

    check out

    they make what you’re looking for.

    we ran them in a few issues of Hot Bike Baggers on a road king. they do transform the look of a bagger for around town cruising and allow the rear wheel to be seen. nice products.

    hb baggers

  2. 2 Doc Robinson Nov 14th, 2009 at 3:52 pm

    Thanks Toph
    Much appreciated.

  3. 3 Lisa H Nov 16th, 2009 at 10:33 am

    where did you get those cannons? I have several customers that have asked about the boom cans and haven’t found them is the regular catalogs. love that look! Lisa Horney, Horney’s Custom Cycles

  4. 4 Eric Manning Nov 16th, 2009 at 1:35 pm

    Actually we manufacture the Boom cans. We don’t have them listed on our site, but we do have them in stock. Part # D5-1002C

    Feel free to call us up at 530-477-7490 and we can help you out. Thanks- Eric

    Here is a customers photo of the Boomcans installed on a FLH with extended bags:

  5. 5 Olly D. Nov 16th, 2009 at 5:39 pm

    Doc, there is a product now available here in Melbourne Australia .
    Simply lift the rider up off the bagger and insert a Victory Vision, under the rider. This practical solution will easily hide that ugly bagger rear end and will also greatly improve performance and handling.
    You can get Boom Cans at the Daily Planet, also here in Melbourne. Call me and I’ll introduce to Boom Candy or her twin sister Silicone Sally. Love those cans.

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