Ventura’s Ktm Performance PackStable, versatile, light & slim, Ventura’s Bike Pack System is the perfect carrying solution for the new breed of sporting adventure bikes, like KTM’s new 1290 Super Duke GT.

Combining superbike performance with a dual sport chassis and riding position, any luggage fitted to the GT has to be just as versatile.

The Ventura Bike Pack System has the best of both worlds: a sturdy rack-mounting system designed to hold the load safely and securely, and a range of bike packs that are light, easy to handle off the bike and can be easily rolled up and stashed away when not in use – much more convenient than hard plastic or alloy cases.

The Bike Pack’s unique ‘slide on, ride off’ fitment eliminates the need for straps or bungee cords and doesn’t use a fiddly lock and key system, so it’s quick and easy to remove and reload at stop-offs, and when the rider wants to explore the KTM’s performance.

When the journey ends, and for daily/commuting use, both Pack and Rack can be removed from the machine in seconds, leaving only the discrete L-Brackets behind. The rider then has the option of fitting either a pillion Grab Handle or a Sport Rack.

The unique rack mounting system attaches to existing points on the Duke’s subframe, for a straightforward fit. It doesn’t add much weight or any width, unlike most hard luggage mounting systems.

Packs come in a variety of styles and sizes – from a 35 litre weekend bag, to a massive 102-litre touring combination.

A typical system for the 1290 GT costs just £340.00, including L-Brackets, Pack Rack, Grab Handle and the Mistral Pack (pictured).

For further details and a full list of pack options, call Ventura on 01256 704909 or visit

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