Not really ...Canada Post is pretty cheap. But rarely have ever had to.
That is one reason I do not order much from Revzilla. They are a great company to deal with in the states, but in Canada you are always stuck with the return shipping cost as well as regular shipping just to get it. My sister lives in PA so have had a few things sent down to her, including a helmet I could not get here. They were incredibly fast, 2 days and it was at her door. Customer service was exceptional when I was asking questions about the helmet, over all super impressed and wish we had something to match in Canada. FortNine is ok but they do not really come close to Revzilla.Isn't it cost prohibitive to be returning merchandise to RevZilla from Canada?
My wife and I have 80 liter Givi Dry bags that we put on our back seats secured buy ROK Straps. Lots of room, open nice and wide, have been completely waterproof for us and seem very durable so far. (They have smaller ones as well.)Kriega bags are quite pricey but give years of use. I do find them heavy though. I prefer to use givi dry bags as their cost is lower and quality excellent and thief bags are completely waterproof .
Hey Tom...:hello2:.. I have a couple of the givi 40s. Very durable with a nice wide opening. I have a couple kriegas myself but everytime I pick them up and feel how heavy they are empty.... defeats my purpose of travelling light. The modular system is nice though and they are nicer looking bags than the givis.
Those are very nice upgrades. I am seriously considering trading my 2013 for the new one.Some really nice updates on the 2019 cb500x.
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I wonder about price change....not listed.New slipper clutch
Not only does the new slipper clutch help to prevent rear-wheel lockup on downshifts, it also reduces effort at the lever by almost half, helping to reduce rider fatigue particularly in city traffic or on long rides.
Yep. For someone like you and I who actually take these offroad the upgrades are great. If you are a road rider the 2018 may be the better bike like @Macdoc mentioned.Those are very nice upgrades. I am seriously considering trading my 2013 for the new one.