I have a Honda CRF250L with a rear rack but no Pannier racks. I have an FMF pipe with a heat shield on it. For day rides I have a small set of rackless panniers that work fine but for larger trips I needed something bigger, but I also wanted to stay lightweight and not need to add pannier racks. The Scramble Rack for road bikes worked great as they connect to the rack at the top and the loop strap connects through the passenger foot pegs while folded up. Then using the Snake Bike kits I'm able to connect dry bags of various sizes to suite my needs of the trip. They hold the load securely and are quick and easy to remove to carry the bags to the tent or into a hotel.
Took it on a pretty rough gnarly trip and my bat never moved. Even with 84oz of fuel the straps held tight.
I purchased the Scramble Rack in additional to the Enduro Hardcore Camping Bundle. I use the Hardcore setup for overnighters and multi-day trips and the Scramble setup stays on my enduro for day rides. Great products. Super durable. Infinitely adjustable. It just works!
I have not yet put the Scramble Rack to the test of it's full potential but I know it'll hold up when I do. The Scramble Rack was designed as a lighter version of the Uprising Soft Rack (dual sports with larger sub-frames) and the Hardcore Soft Rack (dirt bikes with smaller sub-frames). It's holding well to my dual sport and it's held what I've strapped to it (I just haven't went camping with it yet but I trust it fully). One great thing about the Scramble Rack is you get to CHOOSE whether you want it's top/rear anchoring to be coated hooks for a dirt bike rear fender or loop hoops for a dual sport existing rack. BOTTOM LINE: I'm loving it!