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Motorcycle saddlebags represent freedom. Instead of being constrained to riding only when you do not need to bring anything along, saddlebags allow you to pack necessary gear with you wherever you go. But there’s more to it than simply being able to carry extra gear. Saddlebags are designed with durability in mind, giving your gear appropriate protection. They’re also designed to enhance your bike’s overall style.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we stock several excellent motorcycle saddlebags to ensure that you find a product that’s right for your bike. You can’t afford to go with a second-rate bag to store your valuables, and that’s why we’ve selected highly reputable brands. Here are just a few:
We have many styles available. From hard-case panniers to vintage-style swingarm bags to soft leather throw overs, you’ll find something here to match your bike as well as your needs. Some even include the necessary mounting brackets, and others don’t require any sort of additional mount at all.
Reclaim the freedom that your bike is supposed to represent. Pick up a pair of new motorcycle saddlebags today.
Bob in Pennsylvania
Bought for my 2007 KLR because friends recommended. I'm totally happy with both the panniers and the rack system. First, don't believe dopes who say they're 'cheap' or 'thin' or claim the install process to be difficult. I will say you should get a friend to help - this will save a LOT of frustration when it comes time to mark the holes for drilling. Rocky Mtn's video is easy to follow...a 9 year old could assemble this based on it. The only recommendation I'd make would be to disclose the bolt/nut sizes just to save some time. Also, on the rear rack that goes under the tail light the top nuts barely fit in there - you need a needle-nose pliers to hold the nuts while you drive the bolt in. Also, in the video they make reference to another video showing how the lock/latches are assembled. I couldn't find it but, again, a 9 year old could do it. Very intuitive. Now, here's a tricky part. In attaching the brackets to the panniers, the video suggests drilling out the two corner bolts, tighten and then use the bracket as a guide to drill the other holes. This seems logical until you discover the 11/32" bit they recommend DOESN'T fit through the pre-drilled holes in the bracket. Also in the video it doesn't say how you now have to drill through the bracket slightly to bore it out to accept the 11/32 bit. Once you figure this out, however, it goes smoothly. On mine I had to use two washers on each of the three upper bolts in order to get the latch to work. But then they went on smooth as silk. Net, these are awesome boxes! Solid and well designed. Thanks Rocky Mtn for making these available!Read All Reviews
Richard in WA
These bags are nice great price too.Read All Reviews
Richard in WA
I like being able to carry a few things now. These worked out great for my M50.Read All Reviews
Sarah Ruth in WA
These seemed to be the best bang for the buck, especially since they didn't require a side rack system. Unfortunately they won't work on my bike. I could do some strap and buckle modifications to get them semi-secure, but one bumpy dirt road and they'd be off-center, on the exhaust pipe, the tire tread, or competing with me for my seat. Quality is fine, but I wouldn't recommend this for a Honda CRF250L.Read All Reviews
glen in CA
ive had these for a while and the only problem ive noticed is they are starting to fade. my bike is garage kept so its not like its bakeing in the sun all day. if they hadnt started to fade id give them a 5 out of 5 been about a year and they are faded really bad and the straps are starting to break. The place where the straps connect to the bags are falling apart.the zippers still work fine and can still be used but will have to modify them to continue use. Bike is garage kept and only parked outside for a few ours a day while at work and I even try to park it in the shade, they bike rarely sees water other than the occasional washing.Read All Reviews