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  • Tusk Aluminum Pannier Boxes (Pair)

    Tusk Aluminum Pannier Boxes (Pair)

    Rob in Oregon

    Decent Boxes

    For street bikes and stuff, these are great, just like other reviewers have said. However, if you plan to use these on an adventure bike or dual sport, be forewarned... due to their very lightweight construction, they bend very easily. My DR650 tipped over with these boxes attached and full of camping gear. The impact was enough to put a rather large dent on the inside of the right-side box where it attaches to my Happy Trail rack. I was able to straighten it using a floor jack and a block of wood, plus some pounding with a large rubber mallet. I'm no longer going to use them on that bike; they will be for my V-Strom instead. Still, if I ever go down on it, it will likely destroy the box.

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  • Moose Racing Expedition Luggage Rack System

    Moose Racing Expedition Luggage Rack System

    SETH in WI

    loving it!

    Absolutely love this rack setup! Everything I was hoping for. Extremely functional.

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  • Wolfman Enduro Pocket

    Wolfman Enduro Pocket

    Tyler in UT

    Great Place To Store Essentials

    My biggest concern before I got this was that it would get in the way when I ride, my first time out with it I kept looking down when I felt something between my legs, and I quickly got used to it and now I don't notice it at all. It is definitely small, but is perfect to hold my registration, flashlight, and anything else I might need to grab in a hurry. My only complaint is that it sits at a funny angle with the IMS tank on my 525 EXC, but the way that tank and seat meet up there is no good solution.

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  • Moose Racing Adventure Series Luggage

    Moose Racing Adventure Series Luggage

    BJR in California

    Good Quality but Poor Attachment Method

    The overall quality seems really high for the rack bag. But with no straps to secure the front of the bag, the fit on the rack is sloppy and will definitely flutter around at speed. If you can get the bag sufficiently secured to your bike, with either the provided straps or your ingenuity, you should be fine. However, it just didn't secure well enough on my KTM 1190 rack. My search continues...

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  • Bike Master Stretch Net

    Bike Master Stretch Net

    Kale in TX

    great for holding down cargo

    used mine on the back of my sport bike for traveling, held everything secure always trusted strapping my gear on with this.

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  • Ortlieb Document Bag

    Ortlieb Document Bag

    Roger in IN

    Great bag

    I used some Velcro to attach this to my Polaris Sportsman so I can have easy access to trail maps. Great use of this!

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Motorcycle Luggage, Saddlebags, Tank Bags, Tail Bags

Motorcycle luggage can greatly increase how much you can take with you on your ride. Whether you are just heading to work or on a week-long road trip, we have solutions for you. With the right bags installed on your bike, you can still enjoy the freedom that a motorcycle provides without being limited to what you can carry on your person.

We recognize that everyone’s needs are different, and that’s why we have several options of luggage available:

  • Tank bags
  • Tail bags
  • Saddlebags
  • Tool and windshield bags

We also carry various mounts and accessories to help you get the most out of your baggage. This page is your starting point. Simply choose which type of luggage you’re most interested in, and you’ll be able to see what we have available.

Motorcycle luggage is important for anyone, regardless of your riding preferences. Just consider a few items you might want to carry along with you:

  • If you plan on traveling in the countryside away from civilization, a small selection of tools is great for roadside fixes.
  • If you love touring with your bike, it’s nice to be able to take extra clothing for overnight trips.
  • If you’re particularly media-savvy, you might want some camera equipment to capture special moments along the way.
  • If you’re the motocommuter type, you can bring a laptop or other work essentials.
  • If you’re just heading to do some light shopping, it’s convenient to bring your purchases back on your bike instead of being required to drive your car instead.

No one wants to feel limited on their bike. That’s why they ride it in the first place! With some good motorcycle luggage, you can free yourself of these limitations and enjoy your bike the way it was meant to be enjoyed. Take a look at our selection now to see how it can change your riding experience.

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