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I'm not new, in fact I joined before you ;-) but haven't had anything of interest to post until now.
And no, it's not an advertisement - apologies for forgetting the brand which is Hepco & Becker.
I saw a different picture of the motorcycle with these bags in a German magazine (the bike, called the Ducati Scrambler Duster, is from a German customizer, LSL-Motorradtechnik). I wrote to H&B because I couldn't find the bags in their web shop. They immediately wrote back to tell me they're part of a new range called Legacy, will be presented at the EICMA in Milan and be on sale in Spring 2016. I will be buying them for my Ducati Scrambler Classic.
 

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I'm not new, in fact I joined before you ;-) but haven't had anything of interest to post until now.
And no, it's not an advertisement - apologies for forgetting the brand which is Hepco & Becker.
I saw a different picture of the motorcycle with these bags in a German magazine (the bike, called the Ducati Scrambler Duster, is from a German customizer, LSL-Motorradtechnik). I wrote to H&B because I couldn't find the bags in their web shop. They immediately wrote back to tell me they're part of a new range called Legacy, will be presented at the EICMA in Milan and be on sale in Spring 2016. I will be buying them for my Ducati Scrambler Classic.
Ah - sorry about that then, must have looked at your account wrong.
They look pretty nice, I'll wait till I see more pics.

My favorite so far is SW-Motech's Legend-Gear


 

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Yeah, I wasn't trying to be an ass either.. I've got no problems with advertising and advertisers especially if they are offering something really nice.

But yes, thanks for sharing! Will be keeping my eyes on those pretty things.
 

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The SW-Motech have an added advantage over the H&B, they do not need to be used with any sort of mount, instead they are fixed to the seat.

 

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The SW-Motech have an added advantage over the H&B, they do not need to be used with any sort of mount, instead they are fixed to the seat.

In the magazine pictures the two H&B Legacy saddle bags are joined by two leather straps which are slung over the saddle. It doesn't look like they need a mount; however these bags could be prototypes. We'll know more soon when the Legacy range of luggage will be presented at EICMA in November.
 

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/u/mcdustcloud is correct in stating that the Legacy Hepco & Becker bags will not need any sort of luggage mounts. They will have those leather straps that can sling over the rear seat.

I do believe that they will also have the ability to attach to a rack, if a rack is already installed.

No link yet for these bad boys, unfortunately, as Hepco & Becker have just recently announced these bags, and we've been told early Spring is when we'll be able to get our hands on these. There is supposed to be two sizes for the saddlebags, as well as two sizes for rear bags (See below)
 

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You know, I was wondering the same thing. They'll be revealing this bag line during EICMA, so we'll have some additional info coming soon.
 
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