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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.
TIMOTHY in IL
This Moose rear fender bag is a great replacement for the stock bag. its a little smaller but still holds the things I need for trail rides such as spark plug and wrench, pliers and screwdriver and also has a pocket with zipper for maps and registration, etc. I recommend this bag.Read All Reviews
David in UT
I had a previous set of Nelson Rigg saddlebags, different type, that I liked, so I knew I would probably like these as well. I was right. They are easy to attach to my Africa Twin. They stay on solid and carry plenty. I've had them in the rain with no problem. It's easy to attach other bags to the top of them to carry extra stuff. I like the look of them on my bike. The bike took a nap during a water crossing at one point. No water got in, and they have survived that laydown, as well as one on slick rock in Moab. No damage. These are great bags.Read All Reviews
M.Pat in NM
I've used Wolfman Expedition bags through 55 countries, 4 BDRs, 2 CDTs and I've had no leaks and no damage to the bags or anything in them. Yes, I have had few unscheduled get-offs. I recommend their organizer bags or else packing cubes. I use mine frequently with RotoPax canisters underneath for longer range. Their RotoPax extender straps make that easy and practical. I have melted several, easily replaceable, buckles by letting them touch the exhaust, mea culpa. I usually combine these with a 30-liter duffle strapped across the back of the seat and a small pelican tail case. I also use their fuel bottle holsters for fuel or water. I have an old wolfman rack on one bike and a Vanasche on the other. Both fit perfectly. OK, nothing is perfect here are my little negatives: First, I wish there was a version of these with just a bit more capacity perhaps (~22 liters) each. They could carry a bit lower than they do. I've never scraped one yet. The straps could be kevlar and the buckles metal (a la NRS) to stop the heat damage. Nowadays I ride a dual sport and I need my seat back. I'd like to put all of my cargo in panniers and leave the deck clear for sportier riding.Read All Reviews
Kimball in NM
Perfect fit on my 05 WR450F rear fender! Sturdy zipper and enough overlap to keep on the lid flap to keep major water out. Holds plenty of small basic tools that you might need on the trail as well as registration and insurance info. I went ahead and put those docs in a heavy Ziploc bag for extra weather protection. I definitely recommend this back especially if you're on a budget. Please note that you must drill holes in your fender to bolt the bag on. So, if you're leary about that, you might look into other options.Read All Reviews