Reaching A New Low With XL Bag Extensions For Harley Touring Bikes.

Cycle-SmithOne of the ways to giving a better stance to your touring bike is to visually lower it without necessarily lower your bike. You can use deeper bags, or just bolt-on decorative extensions like these new ones by CycleSmiths. Made of strong billet aluminum (not plastic!), you just bolt them on through the bottom of your bags (sold with stainless bolts, washers and ny-lock nuts, adding a total of 4”, 1” more than previous models.

They fit all 1993 to 2013 Harley-Davidson touring saddlebags (of course, except Road King Classic with leather bags and CVO stretched bags.) Finishes are chrome, powder-coated all gloss black, gloss black with machined highlights, and matte-black. Also available uncoated with or without grooves, for custom finishing.

-Available for dual mufflers or single, or without muffler cutouts for custom applications. Fit up to 4 1/2″ diameter mufflers. Made in the USA (Patent # US D664,074S). MSRP starting at $349.00. Cycle Smiths. Tel: 909-987-3890

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7 Responses to “Reaching A New Low With XL Bag Extensions For Harley Touring Bikes.”


  1. 1 Catamini Dec 5th, 2013 at 8:06 pm

    Nice.

  2. 2 Paul Dec 6th, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    More bolt-on crap.

  3. 3 Olive Oil Dec 6th, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    Should work well riding “Tail of the dragon’

  4. 4 Terence Tory Dec 7th, 2013 at 5:31 am

    I can’t work out why anyone would want less cornering clearance riding a bagger.

  5. 5 Blackmax Dec 7th, 2013 at 6:11 pm

    Have to “stand up” for this one guys
    I’ve been lucky enought to have talked to Randy at CycleSmith’s
    numerous times & is always a class act
    His products and well as full customs have been seen in many, many places
    (magazines, shows, etc..)
    So I’m sure his bag extentions are legit & if they weren’t
    he’s just the type of guy that would make things right

  6. 6 thomas Dec 8th, 2013 at 9:19 am

    Thats neet ,,,:-)

  7. 7 Wendell Garcia Feb 2nd, 2014 at 7:07 pm

    I have been looking at these and he HD bag extensions for my 2010 Street Glide. I have a lot of the HD edge cut ( contrast look ) accessories on my bike and the Cycle Smiths XL extensions in the contrast would probably look good. My biggest concern is when looking at pics of these and the HD extensions these seem to leave a lot of open space on the inside of the bag. I have 4″ RC mufflers with the long Eclipse contrast tips which could hide some of this. The HD extensions of course have to be painted but the bottoms seem to hide more of the space on the inside. I have not seen either of these in person so looking for comments on both of these.

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