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Riding a dirt bike often requires you to pack lightly, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t take advantage of well-placed luggage. From saddle bags to fender packs, you’ll find what you need right here at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. They’re perfect for bringing along a few tools or other necessities for the trail. And if you’re into long-distance enduro races, a compact bag is indispensable.
Where do you want your pack to sit? Do you prefer fender bags (either front or rear)? Would you rather have a simple tank bag that keeps everything you need close and accessible? Regardless of the style or function you’re looking for, you can find it here. Don’t forget that you can use the filters on the left-hand side of the page to narrow it down and identify only the packs you are interested in. You can also narrow by brand – and we’ve got plenty of the top names you’d expect to see: Giant Loop, Givi, Moose Racing, Ortlieb, Wolfman and many more.
Eddy in WA
These bags are awesome, very well designed. Straps and designed so they can be replaced if they get shredded or melted. Good size for day rides, they will carry quite a bit fully expanded and empty they compress down to nothing. Wolfman makes great bags.Read All Reviews
SELDON in TX
Wolfman has a good reputation for quality, so I bought this bag before a week-long trip to Moab. I wasn't really happy with the bag. Good: Appears to be made of quality materials. Bad: Even though I had the straps cinched down tightly, the bag was continuously coming loose. At every stop I had to turn around and check the bag. With the bumps of the terrain, the straps would gradually loosen, allowing the contents of the bag to start bouncing all over the place, and also stressing the plastic mounting plate it sits on. If you remove the bag for a short run where tools/water/etc. aren't needed, you'll have to figure out what to do with the long straps, otherwise they'll just be loose and flapping around. In retrospect, I wish I had bought the less expensive, simpler Tusk bag, which I've used on a prior bike with no issues.Read All Reviews
Bruce in FL
I have had two of these on my bike. Both tore at the seam where the bottom attaches to the side. First one lasted a few months, the second lasted a few weeks. My tools where inside a tool role and I made sure the pull the straps on the tool pack tight before each ride. I wouldn't risk buying another one. Moved my tools into a hydration pack I have.Read All Reviews
Paul in CO
I ride aggressively but would have expected this to last longer. It's just poor quality. The stiches came loose in two places and items fell out. I only had about 2 pounds in it and it was secured well. If you are a casual rider, you may like it though.Read All Reviews
Michael in OH
Went out on my first ride with this bag. Had a towel, chain lube and a few tools. About half way through the ride one of my buddies said your fender bag is about to fall off. Well it will not fall clear off thanks to the front straps are bolted to the fender mounting bolts. But the bag was off at the rear and laying on my exhaust. Pulled it off and it had burned the bag, towel and the cap of my small bottle of chain lube. I had this strapped down as tight as I could pull it. All I can say is it was a waste of money. Hope KTM considers taking their name off it as I don't think it lives up to their quality ! Not Happy !Read All Reviews