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.
blake in TX
bought this to stay hydrated on my trips. pairs well with the nakpack. i bought the small one so i can put it in my klim baja jacket. hangs well.. what would be nice is if tusk made this instead of klim then the price would probably be way better.Read All Reviews
Jason in GA
Used this hydration pack a week ago, held plenty of water along with lunch and kept everything cool for 5 hours of riding with temps in the upper 70's. The bladder was easy to fill and later clean for the next use. The backpack is durable with several zipper pouches to hold different items and adjusted easily to fit over my chest protector.Read All Reviews
Vassilios in NV
Used this pack for little over a year now. I pack a battery jumper, tire spoons, KTM tool kit, levers, shifters, more ratchets, wrenches, and sockets, multiple ther items and the pack still feels good. The straps stay tight, no rips, doesn't shake around or feel loose. I mainly ride in southern Nevada but I've als taken it to Moab, Sand Hollow/Sand Mountain Free OHV Area, and multiple technical rides. Awsome bag. But, I am 5'7" about 175 Lbs (you could call me athletic build) I have to tighten all the straps all the way on top of my armor.Read All Reviews
jared in NY
As mentioned by others concerned about storing phone or wallet, I just use the goggle pocket for stuff like that. My helmet has a visor and is for dual sporting. The 3L water bladder is awesome, having a handy toolbag is nice. The one thing that I don't like about it, is the waterbottle holders on each side are bottomless and a handful of times ive dropped energy drinks. Theres a nearby strap that tightens the fitment and I've still had it happen once or twice even with it beings really tight.Read All Reviews