It takes 24 Seconds To Steal 2 Saddlebags…

Brukus is a small company specializing in a variety of small, cheap and quick installation accessories preventing your bags, seat, tour pack, etc to be stolen, or at least to make the task much more difficult. You can see all these securing products with video installation for Harley, Victory and Metric bikes by jumping to Brukus.

10 Responses to “It takes 24 Seconds To Steal 2 Saddlebags…”

  1. 1 Mike Nov 29th, 2011 at 10:08 am

    Thanks for showing everybody how to steal my saddle bags, lol.

  2. 2 Matt Nov 29th, 2011 at 10:27 am

    Step #1. Spread the Virus. Step # 2. Sell the antidote. =)

  3. 3 steveb Nov 29th, 2011 at 11:16 am

    Ugh, really?
    has it come to this?

  4. 4 Mr. Potts Nov 29th, 2011 at 11:16 am

    Thanks for the show! I need to replace one of mine and now I know how to get one for Free!

  5. 5 bigitch Nov 29th, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    take the bags

    but leave the seat.

    had mine taken one night outside a little bar in a dirt bag city in nevada.

    70 miles from home.

    it was a painful ride back…

  6. 6 Calif Phil Nov 30th, 2011 at 8:16 am

    If you open the RK Classic bag you don’t even need the screwdriver.

  7. 7 Brukus Nov 30th, 2011 at 9:41 am

    The reason we developed this product is because the thieves already know this. We have a multitude of customers who have experienced theirs being stolen or the bags falling off while traveling down the road. You’re shooting the messenger here. However, most owners do not realize how quickly their bags are “quickly released”.

    All of our products are designed to help you inexpensively hang on to what’s yours.

    Our latest is a Tour-Pak, Sissy bar and Luggage Rack securing product – the TourPack Bullet Secure. A Custom designed product that only retails for $29.95!

    And @bigitch – we also have seat securing products because other customers asked for them after their seats were stolen.

    We’re filling a void in the industry and most of our products are designed after customers contact us requesting them.

  8. 8 Olive Oil Nov 30th, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    Thanks Brukus now all future thieves know this now. Your a real gem.

  9. 9 brukus Nov 30th, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    As I said – the thieves already know. It’s the honest guy who doesn’t realize this is happening all the time and how easily his/her bags are gone. We get to hear about it when owners contact us to purchase our product to make sure it doesn’t happen again.

    We knew this was a problem which is why we developed SaddlebagSecure. All of our products are designed to keep the “quick release” accessories from being quickly released by a thief. We doesn’t design the quick releases, we just design a fix for them.

    Also, this video is on our site on the page for SaddlebagSecure. You would normally only see it if you were on our site.

    We did not seek to have this video posted, but evidently the editors felt it would be a good thing to post to make bikers aware. We agree, because it’s better to be forewarned – regardless of what you do to correct the issue.

    And another major problem with the quick release on the saddlebags is they pins break and bend and the bags fall off. We also hear of that all the time. Our product takes care of that problem, too.

  10. 10 Gas Man Dec 1st, 2011 at 9:09 am

    I must agree with these guys… sorry.

    However, my only problem with the kit is that I would prefer the new parts to be easier to remove from inside the bag. I wouldn’t want to remove a screw each time I want to pull the side bags. Perhaps a bolt standing from the saddlebag mount, and a clip on the inside of the bag.

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