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Riding a dirt bike often requires you to pack lightly, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t take advantage of well-placed luggage. From saddle bags to fender packs, you’ll find what you need right here at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. They’re perfect for bringing along a few tools or other necessities for the trail. And if you’re into long-distance enduro races, a compact bag is indispensable.
Where do you want your pack to sit? Do you prefer fender bags (either front or rear)? Would you rather have a simple tank bag that keeps everything you need close and accessible? Regardless of the style or function you’re looking for, you can find it here. Don’t forget that you can use the filters on the left-hand side of the page to narrow it down and identify only the packs you are interested in. You can also narrow by brand – and we’ve got plenty of the top names you’d expect to see: Giant Loop, Givi, Moose Racing, Ortlieb, Wolfman and many more.
Anonymous in CA
2014 CB500F. These bags are great! I'm so glad I decided to get them and add storage to my bike. I can carry my extra gear, cloths, lunch, takeout, and anything else that I am not able to with a backpack and even rid the need of a backpack. It makes jumping on the bike an going for my daily commute so much easier. The zippers are nice and smooth, and materials feel nice, thick, and rough enough to withstand the ride again and again. The storage compartments are nice and big and the extra pockets make it easy to organize small items from big items. Though it is weird the flap is towards the wind though with the zippers and Velcro it's not a problem. I can't find a way to secure/lock them if I go somewhere that is a concern and with not much time an no interference it would be very easy to take them off the bike and walk away as i have them above the locking seat because they otherwise didn't fit. My only problem I have with them is it was hard to get them to fit without a saddlebag frame they want to sag inward and almost rest on the exhaust. I was able to fix that and make it secure though it's not as clean as I would like it.Read All Reviews
Eddie in CA
There are cheaper straps but there is a reason why ROK Straps are so popular. "You get what you pay for" adage has once again proved to be true.Read All Reviews
Adam in AB
Pretty simple to install, I would recommend rather than drilling the specified hole size in the fairing go a little smaller. I found the recommend size a little big, leaves more wiggle room for the install and you never see the holes but if I was to do it again I'd hold a drill bit up to the spacers and pick a drill bit just slightly bigger. When installing take note that the spacer bolts are different lengths. I put the wrong ones on first go. Good rack use for spare clothes, fuel and tools. I only noticed the stuff on the back if I'm horsing around is some ditch doing some jumps the back in the back will come in contact with my body armour. I like the simple look!Read All Reviews