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The entries are in alphabetical order by magazine name and then in chronological sequence.
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Eight tips on what an off-road rider should carry in a fanny pack.
DIRT RIDER #128 Jul 1993 pg. 104

Tip on converting a tank bag to a padded bag to carry tools.
DIRT RIDER #135 Feb 1994 pg. 30

Tip on using a zip-tie to keep a fanny pack from opening accidently.
DIRT RIDER #137 Apr 1994 pg. 34

Traditional motorcycle saddlebags made from leather. "Lid" style tops keep out the rain. Fringe and nickel hardware add decoration.
LEATHER CRAFTERS & SADDLERS JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1994 (v.4#4) pg. 26, Insert

Tip on using hook-and-loop (Velcro) material to attach a tank bag. This avoids scratching caused by buckles and straps.
MOTORCYCLIST #1118 Jun 1990 pg. 118

Tip to avoid scratching your paint while using a tank bag.
MOTORCYCLIST #1120 Aug 1990 pg. 86

Tip on adding side reflectors to your accessory saddlebags.
MOTORCYCLIST #1122 Oct 1990 pg. 104

Tip on using vinyl sunscreen material to protect painted surfaces from scratching caused by soft saddlebags.
MOTORCYCLIST #1163 Mar 1994 pg. 121

Tip on joining two inexpensive duffle bags for use as saddlebags.
MOTORCYCLIST #1166 Jun 1994 pg. 116

Pros and cons of various luggage bags for sportbikes (saddlebag, tankbag, tailbag, duffel bag, handlebar bag, and backpack).
MOTORCYCLIST #1168 Aug 1994 pg. 96