August 5, 2011
May 15, 2012
March 21, 2014
Let us get down to business...I started off with my 'medium' ALICE pack. The pack measures 19"x 20" x 11" and has a capcity of 2,350 cubic inches. The medium pack does not require the frame. I simply placed the pack over my sissy bar...
A very secure and simple!Drawing on the succes with the medium pack I felt as though I had discovered a feasable method to attach my ruck/large ALICE pack to the sissy bar. The large ALICE pack/ruck measures 22"x20"x19" with a capcity of 3,800 cubic inches. My ruck requires the use of a pack frame. In the past, the pack frame has been one of two obstacles that I have encountered in my attempts to utilize the ruck. The first obstacle was my insistance that my pack be horizontal instead of vertical; I have come to terms with this issue and I am willing to mount luggage vertically. Finding a solid method to secure the ruck was the second obstacle. The pack frame is mounted onto the sissy bar using the built-in pocket that the pack frame uses. The ruck is very secure with little to no free-play. Here is the ruck mounted: