How to Strap
What's Included in each bag
Buying a Duo Pack? You'll get double of everything mentioned above. If you choose the Clip Buckle Upgrade, both sets of anchor straps will be Clip Buckle.
Behind the scenes - What's inside?
Small 7L Measurements
Medium 15L Measurements
Measurements on the hangtag may be slightly different from measurements on website, as the hangtags were printed early in the process of product development. The measurements on this website are the most accurate.
TPU coated textiles are UV resistant, can stand up to extreme weather and environmental conditions, and resist abrasions and punctures. Combined with glued or welded seals, these fabrics have excellent air- and liquid-holding capability. (source)
You can also purchase the Clip Buckle Straps separately here.
Past strap issue - RESOLVED!
Unboxing and review of Tully Tailbags by OzBatts Adventures!
Q: Will TULLY fit my bike?
A: We provide a total of 6 straps per tailbag to help you find the best way to fit Tully on your bike. Tully is happiest on flat, wide seats. However, it's possible to fit Tully on sportbike seats and some rear fenders. You're welcome to use your imagination!
Q: Why is the zipper stiff?
A: Tully is no ordinary tailbag. We've used a waterproof/dustproof zipper with a locking mechanism at the end. Because of this, the zipper may feel stiff for a while. Use the silicone grease provided using the instructions that come with your bag. It will become easier to use over time.
Q: I've strapped it to the bike, but it seems loose. Why?
A: Tully is designed to flex a little on the bottom, but not a whole lot. Depending on the shape of your seat, Tully may feel a bit loose because it has flexed all it can. The G-hooks have spring clips so you know that Tully won't detach from your bike.
Q: Why does the material look bent/wrinkled on the top?
A: Tully is made from marine grade TPU, which is the same materials used in lifeboats. This material is a stiff fabric that is supported by an inner plastic shell. When the tailbags are packed, they might get a few wrinkles here and there. Over time and with use, these wrinkles go away. Stuff the top pocket with soft materials to help this along.
Q: Is TULLY recommended for off-road use?
A: Due to the materials of our anchor points, we don't recommend prolonged off-road use unless you wrap another strap around the bag. In the future, we plan to develop a more robust anchor point that will be suitable for rough terrain.
We riders live for that time in the saddle - whether your ride is open road, twisty fun, or a road less travelled, TULLY will follow you everywhere.
There's more to motorcycle gear than just being on the bike. It's everything in-between, too.
Who wants to spend precious riding time mucking around with messy loose straps, just to get a sip of water? Who's tired of an overly complicated tailbag that is both hard to clean, and hard to look at?
We wanted to design for both purpose and lifestyle when we created TULLY. Named after one of the wettest towns in 'Straya, we created a unique, sleek, functional tailbag that is easy to use, easy to clean, and looks damn good on any bike.
Oh, and they're universal - so swap them between bikes, go up and down sizes, or stack 'em on top of each other. The choice is yours.
When shopping online for new motorcycle gear, it can be easy to be influenced by just the aesthetic of each piece—and forget to consider the size, materials, and functionality.
We want every rider in our community to know that they’re getting the highest quality bags and accessories when shopping for their next road trip bag. So we’ve rounded up some of the best features to look out for when hunting for a waterproof bag.
Made for all seasons and the tightest corners, and designed with rider usability in mind, our Tully Waterproof tailbag is one of Australia’s most innovative luggage sets—and for good reason. Wondering why? Check out our favourite features and what to look out for when shopping online for motorbike bags and gear below.
Instead of leaving your luggage to chance when packing up for your next adventure, we recommend putting in a bit of work to consider all of the options on the market when it comes to motorcycle bags and accessories. Why? Because even the most careful plans can go to waste if you don’t have the proper gear—or can’t access it when needed the most. Worse still—having to forgo critical trip supplies because your bags aren’t waterproof or haven’t been designed to be functionality packed.
Among the top feature we recommend looking out for in a tailbag, we suggest:
We considered each of these when designing our Tully bags to ensure the collection was designed specifically for everyday rider needs. Among the many innovative features we’ve incorporated, there are:
Hardcore Waterproofing: From water resistance easy-access pockets to a sealed zip with a watertight locking mechanism, we want your supplies to stay dry regardless of the conditions.
Flying Solo Gear Co is a motorcycle gear shop founded by and for everyday motorbike riders in Melbourne, Australia. The accessories, luggage kits, and safety supplies we sport every day mean the difference between a safe, enjoyable trip and a daunting one, we continuously work to redesign everyday accessories to bring this vision to life.
Dedicated to high quality, relentless innovation, and making the most out of your time on the road, check out our growing range of supplies. Our gear is already used daily by riders like you. From Tully Tailbag Straps to helmet holders and everything in between, Flying Solo is made from experience and designed for real life.
Flying Solo Gear Co is a proud member of the Retailers Doing Good program at Black Dog Institute.
We'll donate a portion of every purchase of a black bag to Black Dog Institute:
The Black Dog Institute is dedicated to understanding, preventing and treating mental illness.
The Black Dog Institute was founded in 2002 and is internationally recognised as a pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness, and the promotion of wellbeing.
We aim to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness through the rapid translation of high-quality research into improved clinical treatments, increased access to mental health services and delivery of long-term public health solutions.
Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with our cutting-edge research, our health professional training and community education programs. We combine expertise in clinical management with innovative research to develop new, and more effective strategies for people living with mental illness. We also place emphasis on teaching people to recognise the symptoms of poor mental health in themselves and others, as well as providing them with the right psychological tools to hold the black dog at bay.
We work directly in all parts of the community as well as guiding the development of new and improved policy. We place focus on those with specific mental health needs like young people, Indigenous communities, men, and high-risk workforces.
Our primary areas of mental health research and treatment include: depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, workplace mental health, adolescents and young people, suicide prevention, e-mental health, and positive psychology and wellbeing.
Source: Black Dog Institute
Thought I'd add my appreciation to an awesome product. I just rode Perth - Brisbane - Sydney - Melbourne - Adelaide - Perth, 10,220km on all. During this trip I managed to get rained on pretty much every day - including 250mm in one night near Broken Hill, and the second '100 year' flooding event near Lismore. At least three days were continuous, constant, downpour. I'd trusted my DSLR gear to the Tully tailbag, and hung it off my larger Motech luggage. It rained so much the water eventually got into one of my old bike's carbies near Orange, it got into the tacho, fogged it up and broke the gears, it also made it past the outer layers of the very expensive Motech luggage. But not one drop got into my camera gear, safe inside the Tully tailbag. This thing is more waterproof than a frog's proverbial. As other's have mentioned, the zipper is a bit stiff even when you've lubed it. But that's what makes it waterproof and if you've got enough wrist strength to twist a throttle, I'm sure you can manage a zipper.
In summary, the Tully tailbag kept water out where other high-end luggage didn't. The fastener systems are well thought out and make attaching it to just about anything simple. Superb product. Can't recommend highly enough.
Practical, compact, intuitive. The bag to end all tailbags. Easily adapted to suit all bikes and needs, these little rippers are awesome for taking off for a weekend or just zipping down the shops. Roomier than they look, multiple attachment options and they look schmicko to boot. What more could you ask for?! Option to turn it into a backpack? Check. Zipper tags that work with cold numb fingers and gloves on? Check. More space than a minivan.. well… double them up and it’s close! Personalised service? Well ya get that too! FSGC go above and beyond to make sure you get the best service possible. Will rave about these all day if you let me. Get yourself a set!
Zippers were a little stiff but once I applied the provided lube everything was super smooth. Super study and obviously built well.
Bonus points that it’ll also work for my traditional bike.
Tully Waterproof Tailbags
I was looking for a storage option for my s1000rr and really struggled to find something that would work where I have a cowl rather than a rear seat, thanks to the customisable mounting options with ratchet straps, piggy back straps and others it was easy to find a solution with the Tully tail bags. Highly recommend as they should fit on just about any bike and the small bag is great for short trips and the double bag for the longer ones!