Getting Ready For Long Distance Touring. The King Roller.

CTB-1000New for 2014, introduces the CTB-1000 King Roller, a light weight solid construction conceived for ease of handling and packed with interesting features. It is Constructed from a rugged UV-treated 1680D ballistic nylon with subtle leather-like accents to insure that your King Roller will stand up to years of rigorous use. To make handling a breeze, a smooth glide trolley system was added with a telescopic handle which is concealed under a zippered pocket for a clean look.

Not only do you get the convenience of suitcase like handling but for most airlines, the main bag of the King Roller is carry on friendly. It maintains its shape even when empty and allows for easy packing and loading on your sissy bar. It boasts 6 easy access outside pockets for storing smaller more frequently used items. The full Nelson mounting system slips easily over most sissy bars for easy safe and secure mounting with a neoprene valance that covers the mounting system for a clean look and also provides additional comfort for your passenger.

CTB-1000-bisWhen the generous 42 liters capacity just isn’t enough, you can use the integrated expansion zipper increasing the bag to over 51 Liters when fully expanded. The King Roller features durable lockable zippers with included security combination lock, reflective accents for greater nighttime visibility and 2 100% waterproof rain covers for both the main and roll bag.

For even more storage the King Roller includes a flat bottom roll bag which can be attached to the main bag for the ultimate in sissy bar luggage storage or used separately for day rides. The CTB-1000 measures 15L x 9W x 19H/ 15L x 11W x 19H expanded. The roll bag measures; 13.5L x 9” in diameter. When combined, the overall height of the King Roller is a modest 28”.  All Nelson Rigg luggage is covered by our Nelson Rigg Luggage Lifetime “No Hassle” Warranty.  MSRP is only $259.95.

Nelson Rigg is a 32 year old, family owned business that has specialized only in the design and production of quality Motorcycle Covers, Luggage and Rainwear. For more information please visit your local dealer or visit or call 714-850-1811

12 Responses to “Getting Ready For Long Distance Touring. The King Roller.”

  1. 1 nicker Feb 1st, 2014 at 8:49 pm

    “…Not only do you get the convenience of suitcase like handling … loading on your sissy bar. …. for easy safe and secure mounting …”

    Don’t know much about “suitcase handling,” Personally i’d be more be concerned about “bike handling” …. with the potential for a heavy load that high and behind the rear axle.
    “Secure it may well be, but “safe” …. ???


  2. 2 Sharrack Feb 1st, 2014 at 10:54 pm

    Good god…..just drive your car!!

  3. 3 SIGFREED Feb 2nd, 2014 at 10:05 am

    Sharrack – LOL, indeed somewhere comes a stacked luggage kit fitted with an aircraft warning light…

    If you can’t fit it all into a top-box and two side panniers – then you are not a biker.

  4. 4 Feb 2nd, 2014 at 1:53 pm

    Stuff’s been around for years, and safety has never been an issue unless you’re trying to pack a refrigerator on the back seat. Quality is the big difference. Stuff looks a lot like Saddlemen’s line, but then, imitation is the highest form of flattery. Beats the hell out of a duffel bag on the handlebars.

  5. 5 Olive Oil Feb 2nd, 2014 at 3:54 pm

    Completely unsafe, I know first hand . Believe me.

  6. 6 1550tc Feb 2nd, 2014 at 5:42 pm

    100 % agree with you Olive key word is live and were living to tell about it

    Fed ex , usps ups and wal mart or a outlet mall and a garbage can to throw away old clothes are all much safer

  7. 7 Feb 2nd, 2014 at 10:59 pm

    OMG-the tiny top one with my little dog is missing :0

  8. 8 JackS Feb 3rd, 2014 at 6:44 am

    Glad the wife doesn’t read this forum. If I’d wanted a Winnebago, I’d have bought one.

  9. 9 Feb 3rd, 2014 at 10:00 am

    ” Leverage “

  10. 10 BigAlyts Feb 3rd, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    Beetle Bags live for ever! eh Mike!

  11. 11 BCinSoCal Feb 3rd, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    Used to UPS a box of extra “stuff” to the hotel I was staying at in Sturgis or to a friend there, back in the City Park days

  12. 12 takehikes Feb 4th, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    I don’t own enough to fill those! I’d like to know what’s in the big saddlebags if you need these too?

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