There are some things you simply can’t leave home without. For those moments, a dirt bike fender pack keeps whatever you need with you at all times. Fender bags are the perfect accessory for carrying tools and small equipment with you while on the trail. For example, a tube pack stays out of the way, but it can come in handy if you find yourself with a flat tire.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we carry a variety of dirt bike fender bags. There’s an option here that meets your needs. We stock bags that fit on either the rear fender or the front fender. We even have a number plate trail pack to keep your equipment up a little higher. We carry brands that you recognize and trust, including Moose Racing, MSR, Tusk and Wolfman.
If you are into enduro or desert racing, a reliable fender bag is a must-have. An otherwise unfortunate DNF can be prevented if you have a tool bag with a few key tools along for the ride. But even if you’re just a recreational trail rider, a fender pack is one of the most important preparedness items you can take on your dirt bike. Take a look at the options we supply, and pick out the right fender bag for you.
Todd in CA
This tool bag works Great! I had previously used a different brand tool bag that broke and fell off the bike. I ended up losing a lot of my tools out on the trail. This one has stayed attached to my rear fender through very rough trail riding, and holds a surprisingly large amount of tools. If you need to carry tools with you, this is the tool bag to get.Read All Reviews
JEFFREY in CO
This is a great pack for the price. I put a spare tube in it with 3 CO2 Cartridges and a extra brake and clutch lever with a bit of room to spare. Plus it has the tire irons in it as well. I might buy another just to put on my rear rack. TUSK is RM's brand and so far everything TUSK is a heck of a deal. Thanks RMRead All Reviews
Marc in CO
I really like the concept of this pack. Excellent size, good organizational ability,and well built. The pack seems to mount really well and be bomber solid ... But on first 35 mile it fell off 3 times and would have come off a couple more but I caught it before it did. I guess I will try to zip tie it on, but holes for zip ties will be right on edge of fender, I'm worried about them Not working because there won't be much plastic there. It isn't like I put tons of stuff in the pack either ... About 5 pounds worth of tools and repair stuff. If worse comes to worse I guess I will carry it in my hydration pack, but would much rather not do that. If love to give it more than 3 stars ... But really disappointed with mounting. And don't know about durability yet, so 3 for now.Read All Reviews