The Giant Loop Fandango tank bag is probably the best tank bag on the market for the Tenere 700. It fits the T7's gas tank perfectly, and mounts forward on the tank, over the gas cap, which helps keep it out of the way while riding. When you need to re-fuel, you just unzip the bag from the base harness, and flip the bag over to the side to access the gas cap. Very trick.
Other features include an inner waterproof liner dry pod (6 liters), concealed document pocket, electronics pass-through integrated throughout each compartment, full length interior lining with Veltex hook-and-loop accepting fabric (compatible with many camera bag dividers), movable divider with elastic tire pressure gauge holder and organizer slots, and water resistant YKK zippers. On the outside you get an exterior mesh pocket, easy-access clear vinyl map pocket on top, D-ring harness mounts for new optional Pannier Pockets, Mil-spec materials and hardware and Rubber electronics port.
This is a large tank bag with a total volume of 8 liters. It measures approximately 8″ tall (rear), 5″ tall (front), 8″ wide and fits adventure bikes like the Tenere very well. If you want something slightly smaller, check out the Giant Loop Diablo Pro Tank Bag, which has most of the same features in a smaller 4 liter size.
Installing the bag on the Tenere 700 is very simple. First you mount the tank bag harness to the bike. The front strap goes up and around the front of the frame, and then the side straps wrap around just under the gas tank. Once the harness is secure, the tank bag itself simply zips to the harness. If ever need/want to remove the tank bag, you just unzip it, leaving the harness on the bike.
Re-Fueling Your Bike:
This is one of the best features of this tank bag. When you need to re-fuel, all you do is unzip the bag from the base harness about halfway, and then flip the bag over to the side to access the gas cap. Once done refueling, flip the bag back over, and zip it back to the harness.