Hit the trails and never leave one thing behind – you can be sure you always have everything you’ll need right on your back when you are out on a ride with an ATV backpack or bag from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Whatever type, brand or color of backpack you want, we have one in a price you can afford.
We carry durable bags with great features in brands like Ogio, Klim, Thor, Alpinestars, Firstgear and Metal Mulisha. We have several designs that are built to hold all of your supplies, yet are still light-weight, sleek and cool in design. You can even stay hydrated on long ATV trips with a hydration pack like the Geigerrig The Rig Pressurized Hydration Pack. You can find an affordable, quality ATV backpack or bag in our large selection for a great price.
Nicholas in TX
Great bag, holds more than enough water for a long ride, had it for almost a year and a little rubber washer wore out causing it to leak, but I found a new one AMAZING value for money though, and it's extremely comfortable, when I ride I don't even feel a thing.Read All Reviews
monique in MT
I have had this pack for a couple of years and it's my favorite of all time. There are a lot of well thought out features. There are a few issues though, and for the price a few changes should be considered. A note on the sizing - I'm a woman with a larger chest and wear a men's M t-shirt. The pack fits with everything adjusted down (but it DOES fit a woman). I doubt it would go small enough for a men's S. The good: ...I love the blue / white / orange / red colors ...Pockets! This is the best organization of any pack I've owned (and there have been many). There are several in the main part, many in the outer part, two hip, and several small ones on the chest straps. Some are mesh, some zip, and some velcro. ...A dedicated lined goggle/glasses zipped pocket ...A high visibility rain cover in its own zip pocket on the bottom ...Very comfortable. It stays put on all but the most gnarly trails, but even on those its as good as any other pack. ...Enough space to hold every thing for a full day ride ...ventilated shoulder straps and a good carry handle. ...durable overall The bad: ...The side compression straps are a joke. They tend to pull apart the zipper rather than compress anything. Even if they put the buckle on the other side of the zipper they would be better, but I modified mine so I have a strap that compresses the pack. With the large load there is really nothing to tighten it in place. There are bottom straps to adjust the size of the load, and those are good. ...I had problems with the elastic straps that hold the shoulder straps. Mine broke the first day. The shoulder straps are still fine, but tend to roll up so I need to be careful when I put the pack on. ...The little mesh pocket on the back is small. I like to use it for a map and that barely fits. They could have made that pocket a lot larger except.... ...They wrote their name on the pack 6 times, plus logos. In itself it isn't that bad, but I think they wanted a big LEATT down the back so they made the mesh pocket smaller. If they made it three inches longer it would hold a light jacket, but now it only holds a well folded map. ...I don't use the back protector and removed it. I would like a less expensive pack without it. I get they are all about safety, but I have a 4.5 roost guard and don't need protection in the pack. It also makes the pack stick out far from your back. ...The water bladder is too small for a full day and is hard to get out to refill. I replaced it with a 3L which fits fine. I have a quick release. Without that the routing would be difficult each time. I don't like the water is in the main part of the pack. I have to remove a lot of things to refill it. If they made an insulated water compartment where the back protector is that would be better. That space doesn't have a way to route a hose so it doesn't work. ...The back is mesh. I haven't snagged it much, but something else against the roost guard would be better. ...The rain cover attachments don't match the pack. It stays on with the elastic, but I always wonder if I'm doing it wrong. ...I like there is a keyclip, but it is *impossible* to open.Read All Reviews
Scott in GA
Pack works good and works better than the fly one I got prior. It flows water a lot better and dont have to drink super hard to get water to flow through. One thing i did not like was that it does not fit well with a chest protector and neck brace. Straps are not long enough it would be nice if they offered an extension to make them longer.Read All Reviews
Randy in OR
Great pack. It is big enough for water and some light tools or extra gloves but is small enough it prevents you from trying to carry your whole tool kit on your back. It has been through rides, rain, snow, crashes, mud, neglect and still is 100% good to go. No torn stitches, no broken clasps.Read All Reviews