Oxford Cargo Net Review

“Motorcycle cargo nets are invaluable storage devices no matter where or what you ride. They’re quick and easy to use, cheap, convenient and always handy. And the Oxford net is the best out there.” 

Oxford Cargo net review

Snapshot

  • Price: £8.99
  • Time tested: 5 years
  • Miles tested: 80,000 miles
  • Testing conditions: Worldwide
  • Functionality: 5/5
  • Durability: 5/5
  • Value for money: 5/5
  • Where to buy UK: sportsbikeshop.co.uk
  • Where to buy US: revzilla.com
  • Where to buy EU: fc-moto.de

Oxford Motorcycle Cargo Net Review

Cargo nets are a staple of motorcycle travellers. Hooked over the pillion seat or rear luggage rack and stuffed with trinkets, mugs, papers, bike jackets and flip flops.

They’re probably one of the easiest and quickest methods of carrying gear and are widely used.

We fit ours over the fuel tank and mainly use it to quickly stash a map or slip our gloves underneath if we’re in a queue waiting for a ferry, border, toll booth etc.

There’s plenty of nets out there online for motorcycles, but Oxford is our go to because they’re well-made and we know they’re going to last. The hooks aren’t cheap plastic that break off after a couple of days and they retain their elasticity.

If you travel on your bike or if you just need an easy way to carry a few loose items quickly, a net is a great way of doing that. And we’d recommend getting it from Oxford.

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Specs

  • The hooks are nylon coated steel.
  • They come in a variety of colours.
  • Small size is 12×12 inches
  • Large is 17×17 inches.

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