Gear: Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack

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Kriega recently released an update to the RideApart favorite R25 Motorcycle Backpack. They’ve taken an already incredible product and improved it in some minor, but influential ways. If you’re planning a motorcycle trip, Kriega has the bag for you.

The Gear
The Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack is a 25-liter backpack constructed of 1000D Cordura for the base and harness, and 420D nylon rip-stop for the body.

The R25 utilizes Kriega’s patented QUADLOC harness system, which transfers weight from your shoulders onto your chest and hips to lessen rider fatigue while making fit adjustments easier to manage on the fly. This system also provides for almost zero upper body restriction, leaving your arms completely free to move unimpeded by weight.

The R25 is fastened by two of Kriega’s patented space-grade, round, plastic harness buckles; one at the chest and the other at the stomach. The same plastic is used at the four rear adjustment points, used to tighten the pack down to the exact size you require.

It utilizes CNC alloy slide buckles for the adjustment points and oversized YKK zippers to insure the hardware will last.

The R25 fits both the optional Forcefield Back Protector Insert and the optional 3-liter hydration reservoir.

The Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack retails for $189.

Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack
Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack

The new version (right) has swaps the alloy sliders for traditional ones and keeps it’s shape a bit more

What’s New
The updated version has beefed-up the connections at the top of the shoulder straps, where they connect with the body. There is now a thicker feel to the fabric which, along with the new and thicker grab handle, create more of a frame at the top of the backpack.

There is now a hydration tube routing duct at the top of the bag so you don’t have to run the hose through and opening in the main zipper enclosure.

They’ve turned the two alloy adjustment buckles on the shoulders into a more conventional plastic slider, which now allows for a greater range of adjustability.

Kriega added additional expansion pack attachment points at the rear buckles, making it possible to attach more than just the US-5 Drypack.

Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack
Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack

The new version (right) with the upgraded grab handle and hydration tube routing duct.

The Good
I’ve worn the older model of this backpack on almost every motorcycle adventure I’ve taken in the past two years and, outside of the color beginning to fade a bit, it’s held up well.

Replacing the CNC alloy sliders with plastic adjustment points on the shoulder straps gives a greater range of adjustment and ensures the harness stays where you set it. The R25 also looks less like a parachute pack sans the two giant alloy rings, which is nice when you wear it to the office.

The added structure from the new grab handle and new attachment method of connecting the shoulder straps to the body of the backpack really help the R25 keep its shape when not packed completely.

The new attachment points at the rear of the bag make it far easier to attach US-5 or US-10 Drypacks as you can now use the normal hooks with the new loops they’ve provided.

The Bad
I’d like it if they offered versions with and without the giant reflective paneling, but that’s just personal preference.

The CNC alloy sliders still don’t cinch down small enough, nor do they remain very tight while riding. If I’m not wearing a hoodie and a really bulky leather or adventure jacket, I’m not able to fully experience the benefits of the QUADLOC system because I just can’t get enough of the weight to transfer to my hips.

Kriega backpacks are made to be cavernous so you can make it fit all of your needs. If that includes just a laptop and binder, it’s difficult to cinch the rear adjustment straps enough to keep your gear secure. We’d love to see Kriega bring their technology to a commuter inspired backpack.

Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack
Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack

The Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack from the back, front, and with a US-5 strapped to the back.

The Verdict
The Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backback is my go to for any kind of adventure or trip. It’s my favorite in their backpack line because the front enclosure system (also used on the R30) is the best of Kriega’s configurations – the R20 only has one attachment point and the zipper on the R35 is difficult to operate (though choose the one that best fits your needs size-wise). They took a bag I already recommended to everyone, and made it even better.

What have your experiences been with Kriega backpacks?

Additional Information:
Kriega R25 Motorcycle Backpack

Related Links:
Gear: Kriega Back Protector Insert
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  • Zachary Church

    Its awesome that you did a review on this as I was just looking into buying one. You mention several times its good for a trip, but is it not good for everyday commuting? I currently have an Icon Squad 3 that I purchased 4 months ago and its already falling apart. I want a good back for everyday that is going to last me a long time so that I am not buying new gear every couple of months.

    You guys rock!

    Zach

    • Michael Hamlin

      I use my R25 (yes, this revised edition) for both trips and commuting. And going to coffee shops. And riding around town. And groceries.

      It’s a fantastic backpack. It’s my go-to piece of luggage.

    • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

      I prefer my Ogio RSS backpack for stuff like that. If I only have a laptop and few things, it keeps my stuff more secure and I like having all of the additional pockets for headphones, power cables, etc.

      http://rideapart.com/2013/07/gear-ogio-renegade-rss-17-backpack/

      • Guest

        Isn’t the whole idea of motorcycle specific backpack is to reduce fatigue by distributing weight and have a bag that is easy to

        • KriegaUSA

          Precisely.

      • Rameses the 2nd

        I find my regular backpack extremely hard to wear over my motorcycle jackets. The straps are just not designed for it. Is there a motorcycle backpack that works well for regular day to day commute with laptop and some basic office stuff?

        • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

          Alpinestars had one they discontinued. There are some cool bike rucksacks that use a neat system, but no one has solved that issue yet for motorcycles.

          • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

            looks like it’s coming back! (keep in mind i’ve never worn this, but the harness system LOOKS genius)

            http://www.revzilla.com/product/alpinestars-tech-aero-backpack

            • KriegaUSA

              I could say more, but the harness system on that pack is utterly conventional, aside from the little panel thing-a-ma-jig in the center.

        • KriegaUSA

          Eight years ago, way before I started selling Kriega for a living, I did the research, checked out all the ‘names’ and bought an R25 for precisely that purpose. 70 miles a day, five days a week, in all kinds of weather. Plus thousands of miles of leisure riding. Still have the same pack, still love it. I may be slightly biased, but I’d still say the same thing even if didn’t pay the bills.

        • Piglet2010

          Not a backpack, but a great way to carry things on a motorcycle that lacks storage: http://www.aerostich.com/bags/shoulder-bags-backpacks-and-hip-packs/messenger-bags

          With the optional stabilizer strap, I even take mine to the OHV park, and have crashed with it on with no damage other than getting it dirty. Biggest issue is that I forget I am wearing it off the bike, and sit down with it on.

  • TP

    I like my R20. Just throwing this out there, for someone my size (5′ 8″, 130lbs), I wouldn’t get any bigger than the 25L version, even with mine I can still overload it so its too heavy to be comfortable riding with. But its a great pack, I take it everywhere, too and from campus, grocery shopping, road trips. Totally worth the money.

    • Beale

      I’m 6′ 1″ and an R20 is as big as I’d ever want to ride with. If I need to carry more than it’ll hold then it goes on the bike. Your ability to move freely on a bike is one of the most basic safety requirements. That’s not something I’ll give up in order to carry more crap. I love mine for dual sport riding because it fits well over my pressure suit and doesn’t move around yet it allows a lot of air through with the single buckle in the front. Bigger isn’t always better.

      • kentaro

        “Your ability to move freely on a bike is one of the most basic safety requirements.” Well said.

      • engageit

        My R30 genuinely doesn’t seem to impede my movements AT ALL. I find it hard to believe myself, and technically it must impede my movements a BIT, but not so much that I can even feel a hint of it… The suspension system on the new R25 and the R30 is ridiculously effective at it’s job. I’m sure the R35 is the same too, but having to zip the straps together every time I put it on really doesn’t appeal. I love the big snaps on the R25/R30.

    • Guilherme Mauricio

      Thing is, the R25 / R30 harness is more efficient for carrying weight. Guess the R35 is even more.

  • RWerksman

    Thanks for the review, Sean. I too was thinking of getting one of these. I think I’ll pull the trigger now…

    If I can point out one thing – you all really need to start putting a disclosure on your reviews, ESPECIALLY when you’re linking to where to buy them. No disclosing renumeration (or lack thereof) is not only sketchy, but potentially illegal as well.

    http://www.ftc.gov/os/2013/03/130312dotcomdisclosures.pdf‎

  • engageit

    I wear a Kriega R30 every dingle day I ride. It’s slightly larger than the R25, has 2 external pockets with seam sealed zippers (IE. kinda waterproof) and the large 30L compartment that is 100% waterproof (though probably not enough to stand being submerged for long periods of time, but aside from that). I’m 5’10″, 170 lbs, and it fits me well enough that I actually felt UNCOMFORTABLE without it the other day when I had a passenger (she was wearing the Kriega). I love this thing. I used to be a big fan of tank bags, but haven’t used one since the day I got my Kriega! I was torn about the R25 vs. R30 for a long time before I bought mine, but in the end I’m pretty sure I made the right choice. 100% waterproof, bigger, and with two external storage pockets that are about as waterproof as the whole R25 bag is just make the R30 a way better (or I guess I should say EVEN better) bag for my mind, unless you live somewhere where it never rains, and don’t plan on doing any serious trips on the bike. Even still I’d probably go with the R30. The only thing that would stop me was if I really needed the 40-50 dollar difference in price for something else like food or gas…

    • skeelo221

      Thanks. I am between the R25 and R30 myself. I am 5’7″ 155 lbs and want it for dual sport and also sport touring rides (on my DR650 & Tuono, respectively). For the more upright dual sport riding position I want to make sure I have enough adjustment so it doesn’t rub on the seat or on my helmet.

      • KriegaUSA

        You’ll be good with either model. The ‘dot’ marking system you see on the upper harness allows for significant adjustments, so you can position the pack higher or lower on your back, dependent on load, riding position or preference to avoid contact with the seat. Unlike most packs, it will never rub on your helmet. That said, I’d probably recommend the R25, just because it is more compact.

        • skeelo221

          Thanks for the reply. I agree the R25 is the most attractive to me, the only reason I am considering the R30 is due to it’s waterproofing (I live in the Pacific Northwest where it tends to be sopping moist!)

          • KriegaUSA

            Makes sense, mate. Kriega is a british brand (and I’m an ex-pat Englishman), so I know where you’re coming from about the weather! That said, the R25 served me well through all kinds of miserable rides, with only a grocery bag (or more recently waterproof stuff sacks) as back-up. We don’t have any dealers yet, but if you’re in the Seattle / Fife or Boise area anytime soon, there are some great places to try on our gear there.

        • engageit

          To be honest, I disagree. I’m 5’9”, 175 lbs, and have the dot system adjusted to its smallest position and it’s still a bit big. for a 5’7″ 155 lbs guy, I think it might well rub on the seat. ? Your helmet is probably safe, but mine touches the seat when I sit uprigth at a stoplight etc.

          • KriegaUSA

            Hmmm… That shouldn’t be the case. If you want to email over pics of you wearing it in your regular riding gear, I might be able suggest some tweaks.

            • engageit

              Thanks, I appreciate that.

          • Guilherme Mauricio

            You’re frigging kidding me, I wrote a lot of stuff and when I tried to post, the page deleted everything. Anyways, I’m 5’6″ and the pack touches my Ténéré-style seat even in the tightest position. I also can’t set it tight enough on the ribs even with an adventure parka, even worse without a jacket and off the bike. I contacted Kriega to ask about the straps configuration and I will have to custom sewn the lower straps smaller. Problem is, the “lower wings” won’t allow me to re-sewn the straps small enough to ride off the bike. Hope Kriega sovles this for future releases – it’s a great pack for going off the bike. Also, cyclists normally use their R15 and R20 (obviously without a jacket), so there’s a market for off-the-bike use of their packs. They just don’t seem to be willing to do it.

    • Michael Howard

      Yeah, I don’t really understand how any backpack — or moto luggage of any kind — can be considered unless it’s waterproof. Have totally loved my R30 since getting it several years ago. Also, I strap it to my passenger seat and only wear it while transporting it to/from the bike.

      • Guilherme Mauricio

        Why didn’t you buy an US-30 then?

        • Michael Howard

          Because I wear my R30 on my back when it’s not on the bike. And the R30 is a full-function multi-section backpack while the US-30 is a simple (but good) single-section drypack.

    • http://RideApart.com/ Wes Siler

      I’ve worn my R35 every single day for about six years. Rain, snow, sun and everything in between. If i know it’s going to rain, I’ll wrap my laptop in a grocery bag or use my Kriega dry sack but honestly, nothing inside it has ever gotten wet, even on long rides (LA > SF) in the rain. Now, if only I had a pair of gloves that could do the same…

      • KriegaUSA

        Might (indirectly) be able to help you with that last thing, chief…

      • Andy Scott

        Wes, have you tried the pro summer gloves by BMW? They are one of my best pieces of gear and always keep my hands perfectly dry…very well made.

      • Andy Yun

        Which Kriega dry sack do you use?

    • Guilherme Mauricio

      I have an R25 in Rio de Janeiro and I’ve gotta say: as it sits tight on the back and chest, it gets hot. It’s also not as water resistent as people say, I had it on a downpour moving fast (theoretically, not much water hitting the backpack on a faired bike) and when I got home it was kinda “sweating” to the inside, at the top. Luckily it was only in contact with my winter liner, which is waterproof. Not much water got it, but made me wonder what would happen if I was stuck in traffic or travelling longer distances. Guess I’ll have to pack critical stuff (clothes, laptop etc) in waterproof bags prior to taking off on long stretches. Great product, though.

  • jonoabq

    Have the R30, can’t say enough good things about it. Highly recommended.

  • Piglet2010

    Can you get it repaired by the manufacturer if a seam goes during a crash 15 years after you buy it (like the messenger bags from you know who)?

    • Chris McAlevy

      I actually don’t know who. Care to share?

    • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

      10 year warranty

    • KriegaUSA

      Yep. We can have crashed gear repaired by the very same man who designed it. That said, due to the amount and intricacy of work required, it is often more cost-effective to get a new pack. Outside of that, as Sean said, we have a very robust 10-year warranty on all our gear.

      P.S. Here’s an R25 that was highsided at 70mph (the owner walked away, despite not even wearing a protective jacket). We couldn’t repair it, but we did help out with the cost of a replacement.

  • Hans

    I have an Alpinestar Monster which is great for daily comuting. I used to have a Boblbee Aero which is an integraded back protector. Then I changed my bike and the higher pillion seat disqualifeid the Aero. But still very recomendable.

  • sospeedy

    Unless you’ve ridden with one of these it is hard to really understand how great they are at taking weight off your shoulders. Super comfortable!

    • KriegaUSA

      Thanks, mate. We do aim to please!

  • Andy Scott

    I have an R35, very well made and a great product, but I hesitate to use it because of the large square chest structure. Here in North Texas it gets very hot and that blocks the airflow. It is also unwieldy off the bike. I just got back from a 2 week ride in Colombia and one of my friends had the R20 and he loves his (I just used a tank bag), I like the way that strap on the front doesn’t cover your whole chest. I like the looks of this R25 and the front looks like it offers more airflow…maybe I’d find myself using this one more than the R35 that spends too much time in my closet.

    • KriegaUSA

      We hear you, Andy! When it was designed, the sheer capacity of the R35 meant that a zipper was required, as opposed to the clips on our other packs. But we’re currently investigating some new components that could help us overhaul the R35 harness system. Stay tuned because RideApart with be the first to get one for appraisal.

      Wes’ current R35 has had a hard life (as this photo of his R35 laying in pile with my R25 on a Florida barroom floor, illustrates) is still going strong, but we’re going to ‘force’ a new one on him at some point.

      • Andy Scott

        Awesome, thanks for the reply. I will wait to hear about what you guys come up with for the new R35 harness system!

  • chupa

    photos are missing in the article…

  • The Drive There

    Any chance of a hi-viz option? I’d love a kriega, but am going to stick with my yellow ortleib for now as it seems silly to cover up my hi-viz and reflective stich with a black backpack.

    • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

      It has huge reflective panels and doesn’t cover the whole jacket, I think you’ll be ok.

      • The Drive There

        The r35 does cover most of my back, and while reflective that doesn’t make a whole lot of difference during the daytime. Hi-Viz has made a noticeable difference commuting in downtown Boston, so I am still interested in an answer to whether or not there is a chance of coloured kriega.

        • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

          sorry – as of now we’ve heard nothing about any plans for any other colorways

          • KriegaUSA

            Psssst! See above ;)

            • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

              I stand corrected!

    • KriegaUSA

      Funny you should ask that… We have had quite a few requests from customers who are in the military and therefore have to wear hi-viz outer wear when riding to and from base. Most of them already have the black version for leisure time, but we’re looking into the options of producing a day-glo orange version for them and other riders who may feel that the super-bright 3M Scotchlite panels aren’t visible enough.

      • The Drive There

        Well I’ll sell my current bag and put my money where my mouth is if you offer it as an option, even if it is a a little more expensive than the standard black. My ortlieb has been great, but for moto riding as well as running errands on the bicycle I would love an R35.

        • KriegaUSA

          Great to hear, although if we do it, it will in all likelihood be the R25 that gets all jazzed up. Mainly due to it being by far our most popular pack and best suited to commuting applications.

          • The Drive There

            In that case, any recommendations of a fabric paint that will adhere well to your material?

            • KriegaUSA

              Sorry – nothing that will stand up to the rigors of daily use on a motorcycle. This is partly why our gear is largely black.

  • Reid

    What is a good commuter-style backpack? Christmas lists, you know ;)

    • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

      take your pick from the OGIO line

  • chupa

    True about the R25 not being able to cinch down small enough. I have my girlfriend wear it when we ride two up and the quad lock straps just doesn’t cinch down enough for her slim frame. So if you’re a slender woman or man, this pack may not that great for you. However, it fits me fine and it’s great on long trips.

    • KriegaUSA

      Hi chupa. I suspect that the version you have is the one with the alloy rings on the upper harness. If so, we replaced those precisely to enable the pack to fit far smaller riders than previously.

      • chupa

        Great to hear from Kriega directly! No, I actually have the new model with the plastic buckles on the upper straps. I’ve adjusted it so the two dots are within the buckles. I can’t seems to make it any shorter for her. Do you have any advice on how to adjust it tighter for her frame?

        • KriegaUSA

          Yep – you want one dot in the slide buckle. Push the top of the harness straps into the bag (they’ll go in with ease), then slide the webbing until you get the dot you want, where you want it. You’ll probably have to pull the slides through the elastic webbing guides below where the slide currently is in order get it lined up, but it only takes a moment and once it’s done, it’s done. Let us know if you’re still having difficulty and we can email photos.

          • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

            another reason we love recommending you guys

          • chupa

            Great! I’ll try it out on my gf and see how it goes. Thanks for the reply!

  • KriegaUSA

    Thanks for the write up, chaps! Vis-a-vis the commuter-specific pack: watch this space. Although our packs work perfectly under day-to-day use, we understand that some folks like their organizer pockets. We currently don’t use them for various reasons, such as their tendency to fail over time and also the fact that they actually make far less economical use of the available space (square peg, round hole scenario).

    Our focus has always been on the most important role of any piece of motorcycle gear: to enable you to focus on the ride and make the most out of your machine (case in point the patented QUADLOC harness system that is unlike anything else on the market). So, if that means having to root around for something that maybe should have been packed at the top of your bag, or placed in a packing pod (such as our Kube 1) etc, after you’ve gotten off the bike, then we figured it was well worth the trade-off. That said, we will always try to give customers what they want, so Dom and Mike are seeing if they can figure out a way to develop a day-pack style bag that stay true to the Kriega creed of quality, comfort, practicality (as opposed to simple convenience) and durability above all.

    If they crack it, you’ll be the first to know.

    Cheers!

    • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

      you guys are the best

      • KriegaUSA

        Awww… geee…. shucks… We love y’all too! x

    • Campisi

      What’s the largest-capacity pack you guys make that will work as a carry-on on an international flight?

      • http://www.twitter.com/seanmacdonald sean macdonald

        Wes flies with his R35 all the time.

        All Airlines are different, but most have a 45-50 inch linear limit (all three dimensions have to add up to 45-50).

        If my math is correct, the R35 (Kriega’s largest) comes in around 43.

      • KriegaUSA

        Yep – pretty much what Sean said. The R35 is a flier.

        US airline carry-on spec is usually 22″ x 14″ x 9″. The R35 is 22.4″ x 11.8″ x 7.9″.

        International airlines can sometime state 20″, as opposed to 24″. So, in linear terms you’re still good and, while it might not technically fit lengthwise into the measuring cage things they have, but it will squish very slightly without any issue. And that’s all they care about. I’ve never been refused it as hand luggage.

    • http://metabomber.com/ Jesse

      Watching this space, then. I trust you guys to do it right. I understand that may take some time.

  • Ben W

    Just want to pop in and say that Kreiga’s support is fantastic. I have a US-20 that I use as a tailpack for commuting and a US-5 pack on my tank. I botched my install of the tank kit and, after a few months, the adhesive failed. Totally my fault. I reached out via email and received the most detailed and professional response I’ve seen in a dang long time. I’m trying to find excuses to buy more of their gear just because of how impressed I am as a result.

    • KriegaUSA

      Cheers, fella. Just doing my job as best I can!

  • 200 Fathoms

    Looks like it doubles as a parachute in case you get accidentally airborne.

    • KriegaUSA

      Or purposely!

  • vanduc996

    Just wondering how well a Kriega works when worn over top of a set of leathers with a prominent rear hump like on the Dainese Laguna Seca

    • KriegaUSA

      Better than anything else, mate. The adjustment in the harness allows for the pack to be positioned higher or lower to suit and the channel down the back panel enables the packs to wrap around curved surfaces better. The R20 is arguably the best for this, but the R25 feels good too. Failing that, check out the R3 waistpack (NOT ‘fannypack’! ;) , which is idea for carrying the essentials when you don’t have any pockets.

      • vanduc996

        Thank you for your reply

  • DucMan

    I have the R30 and for a long ride on a sport bike with everything, including the kitchen sink, through all weather, even monsoons, it is freaking amazing. I rode my Ducati Monster for twelve hours to a bike rally in the Texas Hill Country with more gear than I really needed in my R30. No back pain at all. And I’m old. Just buy a Kriega sized for your needs and thank us all later.

  • DucMan

    I use one of these for Hi-Viz: http://respro.com/store/product/lc-hump

  • http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=858688 fred g

    Weird oversight, it’s the only one that has an opening that’s able to (barely)swallow a helmet.

    • KriegaUSA

      Our packs are intended to perform best when you need it most i.e. while riding, when your helmet is on your head. In order to carry a helmet, any normal sized pack would need to be 75%+ empty during the journey, whereas ours are designed to haul gear on a bike. Adding the ability to carry a lid would affect the other primary functions. However, Dom has an accessory helmet ‘sling’ on the to-do list, so it may be an add-on feature in future.

      Cheers!

  • ocswing

    Any chance you guys will do a helmet carrier accessory? It’s the only thing I think is missing from the R20. I use the straps on the side through the helmet, but it’s inelegant.

  • SoCalMarv

    Another long-time Kriega user here. Over the years, I’ve obtained the R25, R20 and R15, along with some of their accessory pouches like the Kube. I’m a moto-commuter when I’m home, but also in the air alot. Any brand of luggage will be challenged when seeing 200K air miles per year. My R25 has held up excellent over the 2 years I’ve owned it. It’s a perfect backpack for anything from carrying some clothes for a weekender to holding just a laptop, jacket and traveling amenities when going somewhere for longer. Like others have stated before, my only complaint is I wish I could tighten down the backpack a little tighter around my frame (I’m not a big and thick guy) so it sits a little low. I grab the R20 when I’m home from everything from commuting to work to as just a daily run-around bag. R15 makes for a good hiking/hydration/day pack.
    I think any experienced traveler will tell you: you can skimp on alot of things, but always buy the best luggage you can afford and wear a get a good pair of shoes. when on the road, busted luggage and sore feet just makes life harder than it could be.
    Kriega is not cheap but it’s the first place I look when I need some quality A+ moto/traveling luggage.

  • KriegaUSA

    Brilliant! Would you mind if we borrowed this photo for the Kriega USA FB (www.facebook.kriegausa) page? Or perhaps you be willing to post it up, so we can share it with others.

    Cheers!

    • Nathan Kašpar Pisa

      Not a problem, I can throw it up onto your FB page.