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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.
Juan Carlos in Arkansas
I took the bag on a 5000 mile trip. The base of the front straps ripped at about 3/4 of the trip. And it is very annoying to take the bag off of the gas cap, to to pump fuel everytime, since it does not have magnets but straps.Read All Reviews
Pete H in New York
If you are looking for a rack that has a decent load capacity, look elsewhere. This rack has alot of flex in it. Doesn't feel very sturdy. But I think that will apply for any rack similar to this with the mounting at the front, it does not allow for sturdy mounting. It works great for a helmet, or some light items though. Certainly couldn't load a bunch of cargo for a long trip. The saw tooth edges are nice to help ties from moving around.Read All Reviews
James in UT
I have used this pack for a few rides now on some rough rocky terrain. It has held on without moving at all. I even strapped a Vita Water on top of it and it stayed. I did use a flat file inside the fender as it recommends and used a pair of pliers to squish the metal to fit the fender lip contour. It seems to work very well. Don't know about the durability yet, but I think it should last for awhile.Read All Reviews