Went for an overnight campout with the Union Garage fellas a few weeks back. All this crap would have fit better on my old VStrom, but the Thruxton carried it like a champ. Stuffed in the blue SealLine dry duffel is my Hilleberg Keron 4GT, Nemo Tensor insulated LW sleeping pad, Sierra Designs Frontcountry Bed 600 fill sleeping bag, Thermarest compressible foam pillow, and Helinox One chair. The Kriega bag held my clothes, water, and some snacks. After riding up to the Palisades Parkway with the Kriega on my back and the bag rokstrapped to the tail, I decided to strap the backpack down as well, and it was so much better. The weather was pretty warm, so the airflow really felt good. It was a beautiful weekend of riding, but after 350 miles I was glad to be home. The 2004 Thruxton with clip ons isn't the most comfortable tourer.