We've got backpacks of every type to fit every kind of rider. From waterproof roll-top bags, to style oriented bags, to hydration packs, and simple ruck sacks, we have the best and easiest storage solutions for street riders. We even have casual style backpacks if you're headed to work or school.
Bryant in CT
This is a great riding bag; I have used it for the past season and will keep using it. I highly recommend buying this over any other backpack. The goggle pocket is nice to hold extra lenses, goggles, or even some GoPro stuff. My only complaint is that it does not come with a water pouch, and you have to buy that separately. I take the one I have out of my CamelBak and it works just fine.Read All Reviews
tom in FL
Over the last 25 years I've probably owned more than 20 hydration packs from brands like camelback, deuter, osprey, etc, so I might be of some help here. First, the build quality and materials seems top notch on this pack so let's hope it'll last as the price is up there for such a small pack. The hydration bladder is of the open top design which I don't prefer over the camelbak screw-lid design which is easier to fill without removing imho. Lastly, this is a small pack that USWE markets as a Mtb or running pack, not as a Moto pack. The minimalist design is light @ .75lbs for my unit and doesn't cover a huge area of your back which should help your body release heat. There is no storage on this unit, so it's not one to use for longer backcountry rides. I'd consider this a race only unit for short rides in close proximity to the truck. If your thing is longer rides or packing tool/rain gear/food with you, look elsewhere.Read All Reviews
Jeffrey in MN
Thought the mesh pockets would be deeper but not a deal breaker. Had a Fly xc70 before this which I liked but the bladder on this doesn't turn into a watermelon so the storage area works alot better and the pack itself doesn't bounce around as much or feel as heavy. Straps have a ton of adjustability.Read All Reviews