(1.) All ready to hit the links, the Go-Go Caddy easily holds a golf bag full of clubs.
(2.) Inside the Go-Go Caddy box we found the steel, detachable bracket mount, lightweight steel frame, composite base, and two premium black leather Velcro straps to hold the bag in place. All hardware was included.
(3.) The first step in getting the Go-Go Caddy started was to bolt the base to the frame. Three bolts and the base was securely attached.
(4.) Then we removed the right-side saddlebag and attached the bracket to the H-D detachable docking points. The bracket has levers that lock the base to the bike and also make it easy to remove.
(5.) Once the base was on the bike,the frame was bolted to the base with the two provided Allen bolts.
(6.) With the frame secured to the base, the next step was...
(7.)...to attach the two straps to the frame. Two snaps hold each strap to the frame, while heavy-duty Velcro is used to hold the golf bag securely in place.
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The Best of Both Worlds
If you enjoy hitting the links and all the open space, nature, and open air that surrounds you why have it all end when it's time to leave the course? Cameron James, the owner of Go-Go Caddy wondered the same thing. So, like any enterprising individual, he came up with a method to ride your bike to the clubhouse or golf range and safely and securely carry your golf bag and clubs.
All you need is the Harley-Davidson of your choice, detachable (quick release) hardware, and the Go-Go Caddy ($619). The unit can hold up to 50 lbs. The entire unit is coated in a hard-shell satin black powdercoat that will handle any weather you throw at it. Another use for the Go-Go Caddy is carrying a guitar case for those days you just want to go for a ride and still have your favorite axe secured to the bike. Log onto GoGoCaddy.com for more information.