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Dirt Bike Backpacks and Bags

Backpacks are an important part of a dirt bike rider’s life. Casual backpacks are great for holding gear and accessories. Hydration packs are great for those times when you’re out on the trail without a ready water supply. And of course, there are backpacks designed just for riding as well. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we’ve gathered an extensive selection of backpacks and bags that are perfect for every outdoor enthusiast.

If you simply want a backpack to take with you on your dirt bike, we’ve got plenty to choose from with a variety of styles. If you need a motocross gear bag to take to the races, we’ve got a number of options. If you are looking for an enduro fender bag for your cross country gear, take a look at the choices we have. If you just want a good hydration pack to keep water with you on the go, the best place to find one is right here.

We’ve gathered all of the big names that you’d expect to see if you’re looking for Ogio, Volcom or DC. And this is just the beginning! We carry dirt bike backpacks and bags from brands like Fox Racing, Alpinestars, Geigerrig, Klim, Scott, Thor, Metal Mulisha and more.

Latest Dirt Bike Backpacks and Bags Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • MSR Roost Pak

    MSR Roost Pak

    PAUL in NC

    Great Pack

    I've used the MSR Roost Pak for about 7 years. My first one was finally showing some wear and tear and a friend got me a new one. I've mounted the pack on a Fox Airframe (required drilling a few holes for the zip-ties - a template for the holes is included with the pack) and a Leatt Pro 5.5 (no drilling required). The pack is durable and well designed and it keeps items I access often in a place where it's easy to get to them.

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  • Ogio No Drag Mach 3 Backpack

    Ogio No Drag Mach 3 Backpack

    mitch in Utah

    poor design and quality

    The plastic fastener on the waist belt broke almost out of the box taking all of the belt adjustment out of it. The belt is designed so that it fastens on the side right over the hip bone, the most uncomfortable place it could be. Backpackers know that the majority of the weight of a pack should be carried on the hips. With a broken fastener and poor belt fastener placement you end up carrying all of the weight on your shoulders making for increased rider fatigue. I would not buy another one of these unless some major design changes were made.

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  • MSR Tool Wrap

    MSR Tool Wrap

    Dave in CO

    MSR wrap tool

    Used this wrap for three seasons now and the wrap continues to take the abuse without degrading or tearing. Velcro is quality as well.

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  • Yamaha Cinch Bag

    Yamaha Cinch Bag

    Cody in TN

    Great riding bag

    I use this bag while riding my yfz 450 and i've abused it and it still holds up to my liking. No tears yet!

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  • Alpinestars Roving Backpack

    Alpinestars Roving Backpack

    Casey lowrimore in Oklahoma

    Awesome bag

    This is a bag you need for a average dirt bike race

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