Nelson Rigg USA Introduction

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by NelsonRiggUSA, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. NelsonRiggUSA

    NelsonRiggUSA Adventurer

    Oct 16, 2012
    Santa Ana, CA
    Hey guys, we just wanted to officially introduce our company to your forum. Nelson-Rigg USA is a family owned and operated powersports manufacturer celebrating almost 30 years in the industry. We specialize in soft luggage, covers and rainwear.

    Main reason for registering with this site is that we receive a lot of e-mails and product registrations from customers who have purchased our products after suggestions and or recommendations from So thank you for your support!! If you have any questions or comments on any of our products, please feel free to ask here or via e-mail at Soon we will be releasing our 2013 line which we have introduce some exciting adventure specific products. Thank you again and happy riding!!
  2. VFR

    VFR Been here awhile

    Sep 22, 2007
    Sunny (sometimes) SoCal
    Velly Intellesting...... I was just by your facility this week. Needed an extension for my SLR-30 soft bags so I can mount them on my Triumph Tiger 1050. I figured I would have to take the whole works up there & explain what I needed--But NOOOO. Lisa knew exactly what I needed & they already made such for the Can-Am Spyder. Rode up there, picked up the straps, back home to put them on--problem solved.:clap

    I'm off for a camping trip next weekend which will be the official road test.

    Thanks for the great products & service.
  3. switchback

    switchback Eatin' Dirt Since 1982

    Jan 21, 2002
    SLC, UT
    Your CL-850 saddlebags are a big favorite around here. Great product.
  4. aftCG

    aftCG Long timer

    Oct 18, 2012
    I traded into a complete set of your bags (panniers, tail bag and tank bag) after ditching my Givi hard cases. The bags are very well constructed and easy to mount. The magnets on the tank bag stick like grim death.

    This is with panniers and tank bag

    And this was fully loaded this last weekend, including rain covers

    I had plenty of room for all my junk. I'd tell you it all stayed bone dry but I didn't put the cover on the left pannier carefully enough so it seeped in to my clothes.

    If I had any complaints (it might be operator error), it's that the rain cover on the large tail bag won't go on all the way because of the straps used to connect to the panniers. It still stays dry but wind causes it to lift into a dorky chef hat shape and get all baggy on top.
  5. jackpiner57


    Aug 6, 2005
    I'm loving my Nelson-Rigg Adventure Dry Saddlebags and Adventure Dry Bag 40 liter duffel! Great products at a very reasonable price!