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Moose Racing Adventure Rear Rack Bag

  • Developed to handle the rigors of Adventure Touring
  • Easy to install with quick-release, lockable buckles
  • Designed to offer a multitude of mounting configurations
  • Can be secured to your motorcycle in a way that best suits your trip
  • Expands to hold an impressive amount of cargo
  • Included rain covers add weather protection
  • The Rear Rack Bag (10lb capacity) is shaped to match the rear rack or grab rails of the most common Adventure motorcycles
  • Its perfectly sized to carry adequate cargo yet remain stylish and out of the way
  • 13" x 7.5" x 7" (10" expanded)
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Moose Racing Adventure Rear Rack Bag 5 5 7 7
Nice bag for the $$$ Heavy duty materials, it has a large expansion feature and the buckles lock. Appears to be very well built. March 3, 2014
Great bag, just a little small When I saw the pictures I thought It would hold all my gear and extras but when it arrived, I saw how small it really was. I loved it but i wanted something bigger for my daily commute. Fits perfectly and it is very easy to install. I you don't need much storage space you should buy this. January 30, 2014
Nice addition Unobtrusive on the luggage rack and allows for expansion for an emergency 6 pieced item on way home. Will likely live on bike permanently keeping the tank bag home. October 15, 2013
Excellent trail bag for the money I was looking for a trail bag to carry my tire repair kit, min-compressor, tool kit, plus whatever else would fit in the leftover space. This bag delivered. Put it on my F650GS' tail rack after removing my top case and side cases. The 4 straps cinched up fine on my tail rack and the locking strap buckles are a nice touch to provide some security while allowing the pack to be quickly removed to help someone else if needed. This pack survived the muddy, rocky, wet 2013 Alt Rider's Conserve the Ride in Woodward, PA. Time will tell how long the bag will last but from my intitial impressions it will be a long time. June 24, 2013
Great bag for any rack! I have a Givi SR226 Rack on my Triumph Scrambler, and while it does not fit the exact shape of the rack it took minutes to securely strap it down. I cram everything from my daily work needs to small shopping trips in there. I wasn't crazy about the Moose Racing patch on the back, so I undid the stitching and applied a Triumph patch. Love this bag! June 3, 2013
Great design and great quality This tail bag has a perfect design for most Adventure Touring bikes and has great quality materials. It also gets a check mark on ease of installation and stays in place even at high speeds. April 17, 2013
Moose Racing Adventure Rear Rack Bag - Excellent Buy So I was looking for a tail bag for my HD 2010 XR1200 and I stumbled on to the Moose Racing Adventure Rear Rack Bag. While its not a tail bag I do have the OEM rack on the bike and from the dimensions it would seem to fit. So with the lack of reviews but knowing Revzilla's return policy I ordered the bag. When I received the bag and I was impressed right away with the fit and finish of the bag. The buckles on the bag actually lock with a small plastic key (6 included) so you cant just rip it off if you have it locked. Also its a nice feature if you are using this bags for trail riding. As for the bag expanding it almost doubles in size as the description says. There are nylon covered plastic flaps with velcro on the inside that you flip up to shore up the height expansion. The included rain cover will completely cover the bag when its expanded too. Over all at this price point and the quality of the bag I feel that it was an excellent choice. December 10, 2012
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peter k: availability Mar 30, 2014
David M: Perfect size and alternative to a large hard case. I can carry or store my gloves,cap, tools and other small items when riding. It also expands and is easily removed from the bike. Only downside is that it is not as secure as having a locking hard case and too small to carry an extra helmet in. Well made and I am very pleased with the product. Fits on my Ducati Multistrada perfectly. Jan 17, 2014
Cesar G: Good match for a V-Strom Dec 27, 2013
M Y: for my new 2013 BMW R1200 GS LC Oct 13, 2013
A shopper asked: The description says "lockable buckles" does that mean you can easily lock the bag to the bike, and perhaps put a small luggage lock on the zipper to prevent casual theft of its contents? I'm thinking of things like putting gloves and GPS in the bag while going to lunch without worrying about somebody casually walking away with the bag, and being able to park the bike with the bag on it while I'm at work without worrying that somebody will take the bag? I don't want a big hard case for the rear and am looking for a low-but not zero security solution. This bag looks perfect size-wise for my needs.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Dec 30, 2013
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Michelle R: The bag comes with a little plastic key that fits into the little holes you can see on the plastic connectors at the bottom of the bag. You can lock each connector so it doesn't come apart when you squeeze the release points. If you use that and the luggage lock, you wouldn't be able to open it or take it off without breaking or cutting something. Dec 30, 2013
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Barry S: Yes, the 4 lockable strap buckles enable you to secure the bag to the bike and you can insert a small luggage lock on the zipper to keep someone from opening the bag. However, the straps could easily be cut to remove the bag so this is not a 100% secure solution--just keeps the casual thief from easy pickings. Dec 30, 2013
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Rodolfo V: Hi yes is lockable with a very small plastic key it does the job perfect and its also a perfect size for gps, globes, spare tools and also expandable in case you need more space besides its alwayas stiff and comes with a waterproof bag
Its very easy to take it off the bike with the buckles and one part of the straps stay on the bike ( i do thigth them the four straps under the bag so that they dont un strap them) you would need a small combination lock for the zipper
The bad thing is that the color fade I have it for 5 months and it faded the manufacture send me a new one
Things that I would change is material should be cordura and sholud also be a waterproof bag without putting an external waterproof bag besides that its perfect... Yes I would recomend it
Its seats perfect in my BMW R1200 2012 rear rack its perfect for commuting or 1-2 day trips
Eduardo Garcia
Monterrey, Mexico
Dec 31, 2013
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Roland R: Hi there,
This is new for me, but okay, i'll try to answer.

I bought the bag last year for a 4 weeks trip around northern Europe. I didn't look for it, but when i encountered it on the website while looking for other stuf, i couldn't resist.

Glad i did. It fits perfectly on the rear rack of my BMW F800GS.

The 4 buckles are indeed lockable, so it becomes difficult to take it off casually. However, it's all plastic, and fixed to the bike with straps, which are not that hard to cut or even remove the proper way. The bag itself has no ziplocker.

So, yes it will prevent any quick casual petty theft, but it's no real protection. A "low-but not zero security solution" is a perfect description. Personally i never left the bag on the bike longer than a lunch or other quick stop. (Besides, it contained my rain overall & heavy duty chain, nothing worth stealing ;) )
Jan 6, 2014
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Jim U: The buckles have a proprietary "lock" on them which is probably enough to force a thief to break the buckle or cut the straps. The locking mechanism seems to be plastic and built into the buckle itself. I would not consider the locks theft proof, just tamper proof. There are four buckles which hold the bag to the bike. I suspect the weak link in security are the straps. A thief with a very sharp knife might be able to cut the straps in minutes, even though the straps seem quite robust. I leave the bag on when I'm at lunch on a road trip, but I probably wouldn't leave my wallet, phone, keys, or camera in it. The bag is otherwise nicely designed and well made. I found it equal or better quality than the usual tank bag offerings. Jan 3, 2014
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Steven P: Each of the plastic buckles on the four straps that connect the bag to your bike are lockable with the small plastic key that comes with it. The two zippers do also have holes to pass a small lock through to secure the contents additionally. However, be advised this is still a cloth bag (with a tough plastic backing to deter someone from cutting), so if someone really wants it they can cut the straps with a knife, but that is a worst case. I regularly trust relatively moderate value items in it for a few hours in a parking lot on my bike...but not a wallet, motorcycle key, etc. It is a very handy bag for keeping smaller things easily accessible.

Ride safe,

Tony
Dec 30, 2013
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Carol M: Yes. The buckles on the straps do lock. There is a very simple plastic key that I put on my key chain. It won't prevent anyone from cutting the back off, but does deter they 'oppurtunity theft'. The general consensus is people are impressed with the quality Dec 30, 2013
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Cesar G: Lockable buckles means that the straps have buckles with key locks, so it is not so easy to take the bag without a key, however the content section doesn't have a lock, but you can place a small one holding both zippers. Dec 30, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 839468 3516-0135 In Stock: Ships next business day