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Quads are designed to take you almost anywhere. But what about all the stuff that you want to take with you? ATV rack bags are the answer. Don’t try to MacGyver a solution by strapping your gear to the rack haphazardly. Rack bags hold in place securely and evenly, keeping your cargo safe. Many of them are also built ergonomically to provide a comfortable backrest while you ride.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we’ve assembled a vast selection of ATV storage bags for your choosing. Whether you’d prefer a front or rear rack bag for your quad, you’ll find it here. The products we carry come from a number of different manufacturers, all of them respected brands known for their quality.
All you need to do is determine which features you like in good rack bags. Most are water resistant, and some are even waterproof. Some close securely using zippers, while others use buckles or even magnets. Some stay rigid with complete frames; some remain loose at a low profile until you need to fill them up. No matter how much storage you need, we have an option that will work. If you take any amount of gear with you on your four wheeler, you can’t go wrong with one of these excellent ATV rack bags. Pick one up today!
Darren in Ohio
I would have given this review a 0 if it was possible. First of all the zippers suck. they broke on my first use. The hoop pulls attached to the zippers both broke on my second use. DO NOT go through water or ride in the rain!!! I ruined a plug in tire inflator riding in the rain because the bag filled with water. DO NOT BUY THIS BAG!!!!!Read All Reviews
Carson in MD
Have not had it long but seems very durable. People complaining about the zipper are over exaggerating a little. Use both hands to open and close and just stick a finger in and lift up on the lid when you zip or unzip. Big deal. I'd rather it be that way than some flimzy crappy zipper. Just wish I had a water prof section for beerRead All Reviews
Jason in MI
UPDATE. After going on a long 3 day ride in West Virginia and encountering lots of mud, rain, and miles, this bag is total junk. The zipper stopped working as soon as it got muddy. You might be able to get it to open, but you WILL NOT get it closed, very inconvenient when you're 100 miles from camp and have to use a combination of bungee straps and tie downs to keep your gear from falling out on the trail behind you.Read All Reviews