The Scramble Rack is a very cost effective way to add tie down spots for all sorts of bags and luggage, such as the Bottle Holster. I’ve recommended this to friends as a flexible alternative to more expensive rackless systems.
Wanted to have something that I could use to carry water and extra fuel canisters on my enduro bike. This looked like a minimalist design with usable functionality. It fit the bike great with no extra modifications needed to the bike. I ended up ordering two bottle holsters shortly after. Because of how well this was made I knew the holsters would be of equal quality and they definitely were. Now I have no excuse to run out of gas or be thirsty on long rides out in the woods.
The Scramble Rack works great on my DRZ400. It is a strong, quality piece of kit. It is fully adjustable. I leave it on the bike while not carrying luggage since it is small and unobtrusive. I've even used the top 4 rings as anchor points for a makeshift top bag when I didn't need to carry sidebags/panniers. Two thumbs up.
I installed this on my 2020 KTM 690 Enduro R and it fits perfectly. I was looking for a way to mount my tools and tire changing stuff lower and farther forward, instead of in the tail bag where I had them before. I ended up using a couple of bottle holsters as tool pouches on the Scramble Rack and they are absolutely solid. No flopping or movement at all on the trails. I'm stoked and will be picking up some bag snakes today to mount larger bags for overnight trips. The smaller Scramble Rack works perfectly with my aluminum rear rack. I used the girth hitch style rack and secured the hitches to my grab handles, then ran the forward straps through my Perun Moto heel guards. Installation wasn't hard to figure out. I goofed around with it for an hour or so just to get it absolutely perfect, and then adjusted it backward a bit after my first ride to bring the straps back out from under my cheeks. I've got it to where it's completely out of the way now and I'm planning to just leave it on there indefinitely. It's light weight, strong, and versatile.
The rack itself is really high quality. It feels like a piece of rock climbing gear: perfect, careful stitching, high-quality webbing, and a thoughtful design that obviously considered the various forces and angles at play. I especially appreciate the use of NRS cam buckles rather than plastic hardware. Anyone who has done any canyoneering or whitewater sports knows NRS as the most reliable brand out there. Their cam buckle straps are famous for being completely bombproof without the buckles chewing up the straps.
I've had frustrating experiences with other saddle bags where the straps just weren't placed right to prevent flopping or shifting on rough terrain. If you've had the same experiences, this rack is your answer. Grab one and don't look back.