New Harley Touring Rear End Package Kit By Pickard USA

pickard1The newest custom saddlebags and rear fender package for Harley Davidson motorcycles and baggers are called The Swag Bags and are available now from Pickard USA.

The Swag Bag Rear End Package is a kit consisting of stretched bags, side covers and a replacement rear fender with integrated license plate frame.

These Harley saddlebags are stretched 6″ down and 6″ back featuring a unique “S” curved back end body line (stock lids can be kept and used.)

pickard2The swag side covers bond over the existing stock side covers for a perfect fit. They’re dished in so that the passenger can maintain leg clearance while providing a sleek look. They flare out to the edge of the bag and follow the curve of the bag.

The replacement rear fender flows with the S curve of the saddlebags and allows the stock factory docking hardware to stay in place for use with a backrest or tour pack. It comes with an integrated license plate frame which can be wired for turn, run, and brake lights. Currently 2009-2013 fitments are offered. The 08 and down kit is in the design phase. At .

9 Responses to “New Harley Touring Rear End Package Kit By Pickard USA”

  1. 1 HD Rider Oct 30th, 2014 at 8:57 am

    What happened to the ground clearance? For posers only I guess.

  2. 2 Ron S Oct 30th, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    HD Rider, That bike is aired out. It could have been set up to lay out flat on the ground/frame when parked. We air them up when we ride and they might scrape the skid plates on the bottom. I keep seeing comments on here that the baggers aren’t rideable. These bikes you’re looking at are full air ride custom suspension and are aired out when parked. They ride as good as stock or better when aired up big wheels and all…

  3. 3 David Lefebvre Oct 30th, 2014 at 8:20 pm

    Absolutely LOVE IT!!!

  4. 4 David Lefebvre Oct 30th, 2014 at 8:21 pm

    Please let me know when the 08 down comes available

  5. 5 Rodent Oct 30th, 2014 at 9:48 pm

    Waste of time and money

  6. 6 RUB Oct 31st, 2014 at 9:37 am

    there is a guy riding one of these that hits our local watering hole , member of a local “police/firemen” club . What a poser ……………………………….

  7. 7 stsn Nov 1st, 2014 at 10:26 am

    Speaking of airing up, it looks like a real pain to put air in the rear tire, general cleaning, checking for nails/debris in the tread or the other things a rider does. To have a dealer change the rear tire must cost more than a tire!

  8. 8 J Nov 2nd, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    Jeez, what a bunch of whiners…. It’s a cool look, no one is forcing anyone to buy the kit- we can’t all ride stripped Shovelhead bobbers, lighten up Francis…..

  9. 9 Blackmax Nov 3rd, 2014 at 7:26 pm

    You know, not everything is made for everybody
    Pickard makes one heck of a 23 inch front wheel set up kit
    This product will engage a few, maybe more than a few.
    Will probably see it in the custom bagger mags very soon.
    Never put down another man’s work.
    The market will decide as it always does ….

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