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If you’re looking for a way to carry a few extra things with you when you ride, you can’t go wrong with one of these motorcycle tail bags. A tail bag is the perfect way to increase your luggage capacity in an unobtrusive way. We at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC recognize the value that a good tail bag adds to a bike, so we’ve assembled an impressive collection of options for you to choose from. The best part is that we carry tail bags that fit well and look great on many types of bikes, from cruisers to touring motorcycles.
There are three main types of motorcycle tail bags: soft, rigid and hard case. Each style has advantages. For example, soft bags generally do a better job of staying out of the way when not in use. Many of our rigid bags are designed for both function and aesthetics, so they actually add a bit of style to your motorcycle as well as carry your gear. And nothing matches the durability and unrelenting protection that a hard case provides.
You’ll find options from major brands like Givi, Wolfman, T-Bags, Kuryakyn, SW-MOTECH, Chase Harper and many others. You can utilize the filters on the left to narrow the selection by size, brand, price or color – or you can just take a look at everything we carry. Take a moment to browse our selection of motorcycle tail bags to see for yourself.
SELDON in TX
I have had this on the crossbar (MX style) of the handlebars on my VStrom for at least 3-4 years. I love it! It holds a lot of stuff and has been very durable. It will keep small electronic items dry in the rain (although it's not completely waterproof if you're in an extended downpour). On long trips, I keep snacks in it; easy for me to pull out a granola bar or some beef jerky. I find it to be a great alternative to a tank bag, which you have to remove at gas stops, and worry about every time you go into a store or gas station. Highly recommended, though you'll want to look at the dimensions and make sure there is room for it based on the handlebar/gas tank layout of your bike.Read All Reviews
Robert in ID
Purchased this item to use on my WR250R. It fits my Scaggs rack well. Item appears to be well built, and came recommended by other local riders. Only used it on pavement so far since we just got it, but it looks like it will last well. The bungee fastening system seems to work well and allows for more than one way to mount the bag. The only complaints I've heard from local guys, is that the material holds dust well after a ride. Haven't heard from anyone with a durability complaint. Time will tell.Read All Reviews
Robert in ID
Purchased this bag to put on the tail rack of my WR250R. The main reason for purchasing this bag was due to the fact that so many WR riders recommend and use it. I found it to be well built, but not large enough for the intended use. Turns out it's the perfect size to fasten directly to the seat of my wife's TTR125 so it solved the problem we had looking for luggage for her bike. The Wolfman products are well built, made in the USA gear. Ended up buying a Wolf Tail bag for the WR, and it's the perfect size. Now we have gear for both bikes.Read All Reviews
CALVIN in MD
I have no problems with the bag. I think that the straps that are provided with the bag are a little lacking. They tend to loosen over rough ground. I ended up taping the D-rings to keep it from loosening. Otherwise the bag seems thick and durable. It's not made in the US like Wolfman and Giant loop.Read All Reviews
BJR in California
The overall quality seems really high for the rack bag. But with no straps to secure the front of the bag, the fit on the rack is sloppy and will definitely flutter around at speed. If you can get the bag sufficiently secured to your bike, with either the provided straps or your ingenuity, you should be fine. However, it just didn't secure well enough on my KTM 1190 rack. My search continues...Read All Reviews