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I am thinking of purchasing a riser block bag. It looks like in the catalog that the handle bar pad is part of the bag. Is this correct? Also, does anyone know the dimensions? Thanks
 

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I've got the small one for the mxz, it's about 6" long and just big enough to get 2 pair of sun glasses and a fog cloth in it. My buddy has the large one for the summit, it's about 8" and he can get 2 bottles of water in his. Another guy I ride with has the snow bungie and that one you can put alot of stuff in.
 

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I've got the small one for the mxz, it's about 6" long and just big enough to get 2 pair of sun glasses and a fog cloth in it. My buddy has the large one for the summit, it's about 8" and he can get 2 bottles of water in his. Another guy I ride with has the snow bungie and that one you can put alot of stuff in.
Does yours have the bar pad attached to the bag?
 

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Does yours have the bar pad attached to the bag?
No, you'll have to put foam over the bar clamp's or try to fit it over the stock bar pad. I've got Smitty risers, they are larger than stock so the fit was good without the foam, but I'm lacking any impact protection. As for the ball cap question, the snow bungie unit has a pocket just for the cap.
 

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No, you'll have to put foam over the bar clamp's or try to fit it over the stock bar pad. I've got Smitty risers, they are larger than stock so the fit was good without the foam, but I'm lacking any impact protection. As for the ball cap question, the snow bungie unit has a pocket just for the cap.
 

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I have the Powermadd bar bag. it works great for my hat. They actually designed for a hat. My mtn strap fits nicely thru the bag straps. It has 2 other pockets. Nice but no bar pad. I just went over mine. Only issue is tach & speedo are hard to see. But then who cares how fast you are going and the RPM's only need to be checked occasionally. Here's a link to see it. http://www.powermadd.com/products/hatsackdeluxe.html
 
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