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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)
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 839468 3516-0135 In Stock: Ships next business day


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Moose Racing Adventure Rear Rack Bag 4.9 5 18 18
Excellent tail bag for small items I saw this extract tail bag on a 2015 R1200GS and liked how it fit and it's design. Not wanting to drop a bundle on a tank bag I decided to give this a try. It's well made and fits perfectly. It's great for short day rides and holds everything I need. August 25, 2015
So far, so good. Got this so I didn't need the side boxes on the DR for quick trips. It hasn't been through the mill yet but it seems very well made and durable. I like the rain cover and when extended it will allow for a small bag of groceries (or a growler). Install was pretty easy, good long straps and the shape fits my rack well. I like the plastic locks. they won't stop anyone who is determined to rip it off but will slow them down or require them to cut the straps. July 20, 2015
Great Bag and very well made Well I purchased this bag for my wifes XT250. We had previously fitted the Moose racing rack to it and this bag fits great. It is a great size and expands to fit most necessary day trip items. I highly recommend this bag. June 11, 2015
Solid bag, Great Feature Set Bag was perfect size for my rack, well built, very sturdy and made with top notch materials! Nice features, expandability, extra D rings and great quick detach system . May 18, 2015
Moose racing bag I got this bag for my KLX 250S. It is a little big for the stock rack, it would have worked perfectly on the Moose rack. I cut a piece of plexiglass to fit into the bottom and bolt to my rack for more of a secure fit. The straps did work fine just not as tight as I would have liked and it would have been to easy to steal. Very versatile bag and good quality, I would highly recommended it to anyone. March 23, 2015
Just what I was looking for! The Moose Racing Adventure Rear Rack Bag was just as advertised. A good solid bag, that was a breeze to install that fit fine on my Suzuki DR650. I like the way it expands to hold more gear. Like all bags, I find a little small sometimes, but others are too big. It's fine for day trips, but too small for overnight trips. November 24, 2014
Great bag for my Yamaha XT250 Installed on a rear fender rack. Works great, looks good, nice space, and adjustable. Love it!! November 17, 2014
Looks and works great on my R100GS Very satisfied with fit and look on my bike. I haven't expanded it yet but there is a lot of room for everything but my helmet. (hahah) August 11, 2014
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Moose Racing Adventure Rear Rack Bag
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
russell h: product quality, lockable, straps no bungies, rain cover included, d rings foe add on gear Oct 28, 2015
John M: I liked the streamlined look and the mounting system looks superior to some of the other tail bags I've looked at. Aug 1, 2015
William S: Looking for something to fit the rear rack on my KLR650 when I don't want the big GIVI hard box - looking a little leaner when just riding back and forth to work, close to home, etc. Jul 22, 2015
Todd M: Looks like a quality item. I like the size and it appears to attach securely. We'll see... Jul 19, 2015
Kim P: My husband has a new 2014 Kawasaki z1000 and needs a tail bag. This bag looks like it will fit nicely. This bag gets good reviews and is what my husband is looking for. I've looked at many other sites and decided to go with Revzilla due to the fact I trust this site over some of the others and I get free shipping. Jun 21, 2015
Marten W: Excellent bag for my BMW F700Gs that I had previously installed a larger rack and a backrest onto. I can fit emergency tools, a wallet, an ipad and raingear easily. It detaches quickly. This way, I do not have to carry a backpack, which makes riding much more enjoyable in the summer and decreases the strain on my back during long rides or trailriding. Feb 23, 2015
Dennis R: reviews, price, and quality. Jan 8, 2015
Ian R: Quality and price and overall fit and finish. Aug 15, 2014
Sean V: Proven off-road at Alt Rider's CTR 2013 & 2014. This bag kicks ass!! Jul 2, 2014
Frank B: Saw this on a friend's Multistrada 1200 (same bike as mine) and thought it was perfect for day trips where I didn't need the large top case. I like that it is rigid and doesn't flop around, even when empty. Jun 27, 2014
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: How does this bag open? Is the main area accessed via that flap and buckle on the top? Or is that just a small top surface "pocket"? The pics are small and none show the bag opened, just expanded. Thanks. Dec 2, 2014
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Daivd H: The triangle shaped flap is just that, a flap. It's used to put things under and secure them with the strap at the apex of the triangle. I put my rolled-up bike cover under the flap. The zippers that open the bag are located at the two right angles at the back of the bag. when open. The top opens all the way with easy access to the inside of the bag. It's a rigid bag that holds up well. I have mine strapped to my R 1200 RT. It fits the rack perfectly and is strapped securely by four straps. It's a great bag. The D-rings on the side are handy as well. Dec 2, 2014
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John M: The bag has a very sturdy zipper around the top. The flap and buckle are on the top lid and I use it to hold my gloves or light jacket. The bag is well made, I like there stuff, the only suggestion I have is take note of where the tie down straps hang down so the need to have tie points near them. Once strapped down you can remove the bag with the plastic key which leaves the ties on the rack and the buckles slip back on so you don't have to unlie everything. It was the right bag for me, I cary my tire repair and pump stuff in it. Dec 2, 2014
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Roland R: Above the zipper for the expansion is the zipper to open the top. Like a case.
It's a double zipper actually, so you could use a lock to prevent others from opening the bag.

The flap & buckle (& the 4 rings) are on top of the actual flap.
Dec 2, 2014
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Steve D: The entire top opens below the D-rings with a zipper. There is a second zipper that allows the bag to expand. One of the best purchases I made. I use it constantly. Just big enough to store gloves, locks, paperwork but small enough not to be a pain.. Dec 2, 2014
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Sean V: The bag zip's open/close, and there is an additional expansion zipper that allows the bag to expand up (like some luggage) if more room is needed. The buckle/flap are just to store items on top and cinch down (like a shirt, rain jacket/pants, etc.) Dec 2, 2014
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Bob M: The flap and buckle on top are just a tie-down strap for something that would be held on top of the bag. There is a zipper that sits about 1" below the top edge of the bag and opens up 3 of the 4 sides so that the top can flop open. Dec 3, 2014
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thomas p: The bag unzips via the zipper below the metal rings. One zipper expands the bag the other opens the top of the bag. The flap on top is just that - a flap - suitable for holding a rolled up item like a sweater or rainsuit. Dec 2, 2014
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Tim R: The top lid unzips. I love this bag. It will expand up as well. Very good for the price Dec 2, 2014
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judd s: it opens with a zipper-the buckle on top is for strapping additional stuff on top Dec 3, 2014
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Carol M: There is a zipper that goes all the way around. Dec 2, 2014
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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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Eduardo G: 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,

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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A shopper asked: I am looking for a bag to replace the passenger seat on my 2014 1200GSW (sit on frame in front of rack). This Moose bag and the Wolfman Peak Tailbag are both appealing. Any comments on how either of these work in this position? Jul 31, 2014
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Bob M: I have this on my 1200 GS (oil cooled) and it fits just right on the aluminum rear rack behind the passenger seat (as in the picture on the revzilla website). I think it's probably quite a bit smaller than the space left by removing the passenger seat, so it would look rather odd but you should certainly have enough space to do so. Aug 1, 2014
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Kevin B: Not really. I have it on may fjr that has a triangle shape rack and it fits perfectly on it. I just leave the bag on all the time, bag works great and has good support when expanded, they put extra panels to help support. should fit perfectly on the bmw bikes. Jul 31, 2014
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Rick B: I have the moose bag. I use it on the rack but it would fit great where the back seat goes as well. Very well made. Jul 31, 2014
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Tim R: I have this and it s worth every penny. I have it on the tail of my 2011 GS and will never take it off. Aug 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: wondering the exact measurements. I see the numbers listed but I was looking for exact length, front width and tapered width? Jun 14, 2014
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Roland R: From the official product site I got these numbers:
8”W x 7”L x 10”T (13”T expanded)

When I do my own measurements, I get these numbers:
32cm Wide (20cm tapert) x 21cm Long x 18,5cm High (27cm expanded)
Roughly: 12.6" (8") W x 8"L x 7.3"T (10.5" expanded) - 1" = 2.54 cm

The width is a rough measurement, since the corners are rounded.

I did my measurements twice, since they do not match the official numbers, but that's what I get.

It pretty much matches the size of my BMW F800 GS rear rack, on which it fits perfectly.
Jun 17, 2014
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Oscar C: Fiits exactly in the BMW 1200 GS oil cooled Jun 22, 2014
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