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The strongest rear rack, we believe
The Ducati Desert X does not have rear luggage rack fitment points, so Noamd-ADV made their own! Not another bend scaffold style rack, but a beautifully machined aluminium mounts in Ducati Trellis style. The rack is based around two aluminium clamps which clamp around the frame tube, adjustable to allow for frame variations (so no need to bend or hammer it into place!) Stable, solid and compliments the looks of the Desert-X. Noamd-ADV's own design and made in their own workshop from Billet Swiss made aluminium. Nomad-ADV rack does NOT use the side rack mounting points, so you can still fit side racks of your choice, including Nomad-ADVs. It also owrks with the optional Ducati rear tanks too.
The rear luggage plate is angled at the sides for better support of your bag, while the slots in the plate are big enough to slide buckles through. You will notice that they haven’t gone overboard with all sorts of holes and slots in the luggage plate, as its function is to support your bag rather than damage it. All corners and edges are rounded or chamfered to avoid damage to bags and straps. Finished in hard anodised black and titanium for maximum durability.
So how strong is it?
Noamd-ADV are known for their over-engineering, and that applies to their machined aluminium luggage racks too. We make our products to be used, and to be used in rugged and remote areas. When we made our first aluminium luggage racks, an industry first we believe, for a KTM EXC and 690 people told us we were mad. Those racks have been through Africa, Australia and South America. They have bounced over the road of bones in Siberia, survived thousands of kilometres of corrugations and crashed multiple times… some were also seriously overloaded. But, there can be a situation where the impact of a crash on a rack, any rack, will be too big for it. Then something has to give in order to protect what is behind it. At that point our rack will give way, because otherwise the damage would be on the bikes subframe, which is far more costly to fix or replace. It does have to be a serious crash before that happens though. Depending on the type of crash, the plate to which your bag rests to might bend. Because it’s a bolted construction, you can simply unbolt it and straighten it out on a bench. Much easier and better for the bikes subframe than attacking it with a big pipe in an attempt to get it back in shape, as you would have to do with a steel pannier rack.
Note/ This is for the rear rack only and mouting hardware. The side racks and any other accessories shown are available seperately.
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