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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:
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:
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.
Steen in UT
The tire irons will work, but they're not ideal. I'm no pro at changing tires, but I was able to get the tire/tube off (with great effort), but no where close to getting the new ones on. For the price though it isn't too bad, and most people using this would be fixing flats on the trail. Wasn't a big fan of having to cut notches in my front fender to get it to fit, but it does hold all my emergency tools easily and the ride is still fine.Read All Reviews
Steen in UT
I got this along with the pannier racks. Installation was super easy with this guy (not so much with the pannier racks). I like how it has slots for sliding in straps or bungees, perfect size for a cargo net. It does overlap the back of my seat a bit, so if I was riding with a passenger they might potentially have to sit on the rack a bit.Read All Reviews
Mark in MD
While I do like these racks, seems like they could have been made a bit lighter, and I ended up buying stronger hardware (bolts/nuts) that what came with this kit. Other than that, I did have an issue with the angles of the racks where they met the subframe under the fender. I ended up creating angled spacer/flat washer so that it wouldn't bend on the subframe mounts as I tightened them down. Pay attention to this so as not to crack your welds as this part of the frame is not the strongest part on your DRZ and making the rack fit the bike instead of the other way around is much easier on your subframe. Other than that, they are really strong and have held up well.Read All Reviews
Scott in OH
A little expensive but quality stainless product. I use these on any soft luggage strap to secure to my bikes. Use these with Tri-Glide buckles makes attaching and removing secure and easy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRk54xcGULU&feature=youtu.beRead All Reviews
Mark in MD
I ended up mounting this on my tail rack for my everyday commuting on my DRZ. Doesn't really fit the tank on in this application but works great as a tail mount bag. I really like all the Nelson Rigg gear I've bought, and have no complaints thus far about their products.Read All Reviews