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Ogio Tail Bag


  • Deluxe main compartment with 240 cubic inches of expansion volume
  • Sleek streamlined air flow surface design
  • Top organizer pocket
  • Dual molded side accessory pockets
  • Integrated hidden rain hood
  • Reinforced textured neoprene non-slip pad for paint protection
  • Universal web mounting system for secure attachment
  • Easy grab reinforced handle
  • Add OGIO Saddle Bags for a complete rear bag bike


  • Dimensions: 7" H x 13" W x 14" D
  • Weight: Approximately 2.2 Lbs.
  • Capacity: 1274 Cubic Inches (20.8 liters)


  • 420 dobby nylon / 420D dobby nylon / tarpaulin / textured neoprene
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OGIO Tail Bag 4.8 5 39 39
Just right! This bag is just the right size. I keep 2 rainsuits in it and there is also room for a wallet, snacks, garage door opener, etc. The zipper pouches on the sides are good for sunglasses and other small items. Haven't needed the rainfly yet. The bag has plenty of room but is not so big that it gets in the way getting on and off the bike. It was easy to install on my Honda CTX700. December 22, 2014
No good way to mount on 2012 CBR1000RR. Good size for commuting back and forth to work. No matter what I tried short of cutting and reinvent it I couldn't get to stay secured. The last time I tried to mount it to go to work the straps ripped from the bag. I had to leave my lunch at home! That was on my fifth time trying to use this bag. From what I have read it requires a lot of modification to work. I just want a bag that straps on tightly in 30 seconds or less and works. December 11, 2014
Great for Both Short & Long Trips Got this tailbag along with a set of saddlebags for a road trip from Green Bay, WI to Muskegon, MI on my '06 CBR600RR. It fit my 13" laptop, iPad, iPhone, a sweatshirt, a jacket, plus other essentials like a flashlight, tools, and Red Bull. It's also been used for day-to-day commuting, it's lighter and easier to use than my backpack. The rain fly is great for keeping your gear safe, too. My favorite feature is the compression option - unzip it, pack it, zip it back up and it compresses your gear down snug. It was difficult to mount because the ends of the straps are just loops - my recommendation is to interlock each pair of loops into two continuous straps under the tail. However, the grip on the bottom doesn't work as expected; it kept sliding down on me. November 26, 2014
This Tail Bag Fits So Much It fits my Macbook air, a few textbooks and a bunch of pens for school. And If I'm not using it for that, it fits a change of clothes with shoes when I go to the gym. Work great! I've set up the clips to all be mounted under the pillion seat so snapping the bag on/off the bike are a breeze. Just didn't install as well on my other bike with this setup due to asymmetric design of the inner section of the pillion. The only setback is that it can be a bit difficult to get my leg over the bag full when I want to get off the bike. But that's because I'm short. Nothing against the bag. November 10, 2014
Great for day trips (mabe even a couple of days). The bag itself is fantastic. I sometimes even use it for luggage when I'm not riding. You can fit a ton of gear in it. As far as on the bike ('12 GSXR1000) it works great once it is installed correctly. Now, installation.....I tried several different methods of install (using the seat only, I did not want to route straps to the pass pegs etc) to no avail. What worked for me was removing the passenger strap from my seat and routing the straps under the mounting nuts. Now I can get it TIGHT. The downfall though, when not using the bag, the straps are permanently installed to my seat so they dangle from the bottom of my seat which makes it a pain to put the seat back on when accessing the trunk. July 30, 2014
Great little bag Great for day trips. I throw a couple bottles of water, clear visor, a map or two, and a few small tools in this. It's small enough (and I never ride 2up) that I almost never take it off. Fit and finish is great, expandable enough to fit a full face helmet, and sewn in rain cover with it's own little pouch. I love it. July 14, 2014
Highly functional bag and a good price. I installed this tail bag on my Monster 796. It doesn't come with installation instructions, but I followed somebody else's post and used a caribiner, which worked like a charm. The expands or contracts depending on how much you want to stuff in it. It easily carries my gym clothes, sneakers, work shoes and other items. I fully expect it will carry all I need for a weekend tour. My two minor issues are (1) it can be hard to get my bike's seat to snap back in place with the straps under it; and (2) the flap can hang down and block my brake light so I have to remember to tuck it under. Otherwise, this is a great bag. June 23, 2014
Just right I was bouncing back and forth between this and the Kriega tail bag, but I wanted ease of opening and closing and decided I didn't need something that was major water proof so I opted for the Ogio. It's perfect. I fit my laptop (thinkpad), some gym clothes and sneakers, and can still get some personal items in the top compartment. Ran the straps under the pillion seat and leave the small buckles exposed when the bag is off, but it's real easy to unbuckle on and off and bring with you. If you don't need a giant bag and aren't considering using it for overnight trips with questionable weather, then this bag is just right. Price was decent too. June 16, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Sergio C: no Feb 9, 2015
John K: I've had a few Ogio golf bags, and they make quality stuff. I'm hoping to use this as the basis for a project that will end up with the bag mated to the SW MOTECH Tank Ring adapter I have on my tail rack. If it works I will have a larger, more versatile bag at less than 1/3 the cost of the stuff SW MOTECH has. Nov 6, 2014
Tiffany K: I wanted basic luggage for my Ninja 250 at an affordable large enough for a full-faced helmet. I would've gone with the GIVI monolock if the mounting kit didn't cost more than the luggage. Oct 23, 2014
Daniel C: Needed a little tail storage, and the Ogio tail bag was perfect for my needs. Sep 23, 2014
Joseph W: Good size and it has a built-in waterproof cover. Also like the quick release and the carrying handle. Sep 18, 2014
William H: Not too big, not too small. This goes on my Diavel's tail cowling and has enough room for on-the-road essentials like a proper tool kit, security cable & lock, camera, etc. Sep 15, 2014
Lorenzo S: The design, features, and size I was looking for. I especially wanted something that my 15" macbook. Aug 4, 2014
Robert R: Looks nice, seems like a reasonable size, and the price looked good. Jul 7, 2014
Kathryn G: Looks like a great tail bag for a great price. Jun 9, 2014
Robert B: The great reviews this tail bag had was something that actively contributed to the result in me deciding on this product over the abundance of other choices that where available at ( revzilla.com ) Thanks Robert Banks Jun 1, 2014
DavidJD: Needed some storage on the CB1100 May 30, 2014
Peter A: Based on good reviews. May 21, 2014
Tecson John L: Highly recommended in Diavel forums and I'm hoping that it will work and look well with my bike (and the mach 5 backpack I bought hehe) Feb 7, 2014
Scott D: Good reviews. Economical. Ogio makes nice bags. Feb 6, 2014
gerry m: Gift Dec 6, 2013
OCTAVIO T: After researching, it was the most sturdy, full of compartments, good looking, easy to install bag I found...and all around! reveille rocks, always has what I need! Oct 3, 2013
Keith R: looked the right size, customer reviews were good Aug 23, 2013
Jack S: Research on various sites. Decided on Revzilla Aug 14, 2013
Glenn H: Best thing I've bought for my new bike. Easy to secure, and will easily hold a 12-pack of ... beverages ... with room for your rain suit if you unzip the expansion. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: Is it possible to replace two of the straps only? Jun 19, 2014
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Eric M: As someone previously stated, yes it's possible if you know how to sow or have someone to do it for you. The straps have a loop on one end and the male buckle on the other. There's four straps and then the female connection is mounted to the bag. So yes, you could remove two of the male connections from the straps and add them to the remaining two straps if you were so inclined.

I was a little dumbfounded as to how to mount the bag myself when I first got it. My solution was to connect two of the straps together to make one long strap out of them. I took the two loops and made a "knot" from them. I was left with two straps that went male connection, knot, male connection. I then just connected one to left back corner, the other to the right back corner, crossed the straps under my tail, and buckled them to the front of the bag. Tighten as needed and good to go. To take the bag on and off, I just undo the front two straps and leave the back two connected. I've had the bag for just over a year and has served me well for my commute to work.
Jul 3, 2014
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Phil S: The straps that come with the bag did not fit my bike - Suzuki V-Strom 650. I threw the straps away and bolted the bag to the factory-supplied hard mount. As for replacing two of the straps, you can do whatever you want after you send in your money. It's all up to you and your local upholstery shop and your bank account. I don't know what bike you have, but there are essentially endless options. It's a very good bag, but how you mount it is up to you. Jul 2, 2014
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Lawrence I: There are four individual straps. each with a sewn in loop on one end and a
male portion of the buckle. Female ends on bag are at the four corners.
The only problem I have with this bag is the buckles have a arch in them, you can not use a flat style male end buckle with them as they will not fit.
Jul 4, 2014
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Gary D: I have attempted to purchase extra straps without success. The bag is excellent! I was looking for a set if extra straps to convert it to a daypack. I tried the USA distributor with no luck. I then tried looking for matching buckles. Again no luck. Let me know if you have any luck Jul 2, 2014
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Michael D: I'm not entirely sure what you are asking. But if you are asking if you could use just two straps to secure the bag, I don't think that would be a great idea. Jul 2, 2014
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jason W: Without unstitching the ends of the straps, they are non removable. I undid the stitching and re configured the way it attaches. Jul 2, 2014
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Eric C: It should be, any nylon strap of proper width ought to work. I think the key is making sure the buckles fit correctly. Jul 3, 2014
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Anthony M: I can't really answer that question. Everything is detachable a separate so perhaps. Jul 2, 2014
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Steve G: yes if they are available from ogio. the straps are not permitly attached to bag Jul 2, 2014
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Josh D: Don't know Jul 2, 2014
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david c asked: It looks like there's a mounting base that can be permanently attached to bike, and then the bag itself can clip to the base - so you don't have to remove the entire thing to take the bag off. Is that true, and is it easy/quick to attach or detach the bag? And how does the base mount - are there straps to run under the seat or attach to secure points on the bag? Thanks! Apr 24, 2014
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Suzie S: Hey David. It's not a mounting base. That flat piece that you see is actually attached to the bag itself. But yes, there are four straps w/quick release connections. The straps are pretty long and give you good flexibility for deciding on the location of mount. When I want to take the bag with me, I just pop off the bag and go. And when I'm not using the bag, I just leave the straps on there. They aren't very noticeable. This bag has great flexibility in size and placement. I can carry enough stuff for an overnight trip in it. I've had mine for a year already. Never use my Givi side cases anymore unless we're doing a road trip. I'll post pics if I can. Apr 25, 2014
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david c: How do you keep the straps from flapping if you ride without the bag? That's the problem with my current tail bag. Thanks so much! Apr 25, 2014
Lorenzo S: The way I have it set up on my bike, the front straps barely stick out from the front of the pillion seat so there's no flapping. I have the rear straps wrapped around my fender and then I tuck the ends into the license plate mount. May 9, 2014
Lawrence I: Hi.
There is no mounting base, what you see under the bag is a pad that protects your bike. The bag actually attaches with four straps and buckles, the straps have the female portion of buckle on one end and a loop on the other. Male portion of buckle is at the four corners of bag.
It takes about 5 seconds to detach bag. Straps stay on bike.
Apr 24, 2014
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A s: The base is stitched to the bag on my Ogio Duffle Tail Bag, so the base and bag cannot be separated. There are straps that you can run under the seat or attach elsewhere on your bike. I have this tail bag on a 2011 BMW R1200R with the straps completely hidden under the seat. It looks great and holds a bunch (it expands) for a bag this size. Apr 24, 2014
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Ivan D: David - what you see underneath the bag is physically attached to the bag and can not be removed. Its basically there to protect the rear cowl and reduce slipping. It is easy to attach and detach - they are just straps that run underneath the seat. Apr 24, 2014
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Justin W: Yes, the base can be secured to the bike using straps attached to tie downs or fed under the seat. The bag comes off in five seconds and back on in fifteen (you have to tension the straps when reinstalling it). Apr 24, 2014
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Phil S: The bag does not detach from the soft base "plate". Also, the straps are not convenient - at least for my bike (Suzuki V-Strom 650). Actually, I could not find a way to effectively secure the bag to my bike using the straps. Fortunately, my bike comes with a factory-mounted hard-plate for the attachment of a hard tail case and there are multiple threaded holes in it. I merely matched the OGIO tail bag to the existing holes, drilled holes in the bag soft "plate", installed grommets in the holes, and then bolted the bag down. This solution is not especially convenient for those who wish to take their bag off on occasion. As for me, I just leave it on. It's a good bag and doesn't interfere with the pillion seat when mounted as I have done it. Apr 24, 2014
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Roger R: David,
The bag has been good, roomy , easy on/off.
It has 4 lashing straps with loops on one end and plastic slide in male clips on other end. these attach to female clips on the 4 corners of the bag.

The base of the bag is attached permanently to the square under cloth at the front and back ends. There is a potential pass through space between the bag and under cloth between these seams.

The whole bag including under cloth comes off when unclipped, leaving the straps ,
Hope this helps.
Apr 24, 2014
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david c: Is it possible to ride with the straps on but bag off, or do you have to remove the straps to keep them from flapping around. Basically that's what I don't like about my current tail bag, so am looking to upgrade. Thanks! Apr 25, 2014
Roger R: You can ride that way but I suppose the tail ends of the straps will flap around unless secured or shortened. Apr 26, 2014
Michael D: There is no permanant mounting base. The part you see is a neoprene pad to protect the bike. There are straps that mount under the seat. I attach the straps together with a carabiner, but it is definitely not easy or quick to attach/detach. They have loops on the straps that you can connect the carabiner to. May 3, 2014
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Suzie S: I keep them rolled up with a rubberband around them. Not graceful, but it works.
I took pics this morning but couldn't figure out a way to post them in here. If you send me an email to esuzabethatgeemaildotcom I can show you how I keep mine tightly folded.
Apr 25, 2014
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Danilo F asked: Does the Ogio tail bag fit my Yamaha R1 (which has an extremely small passenger seat)?
Any experience on this or other sport bikes? and does the cabling provided will damage the fairing?
May 28, 2014
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Jim Z: I cannot speak about your Yamaha R1 specifically.
However, the Bag has no cables that would harm anything.
I mounted mine on the seat directly behind me, using the nylon (heavy duty cloth) tie-down straps that come with the bag. The straps can be attached to whatever points you have on your bike that are accessible, and pulled tight. Can even be wrapped around the seat itself and pulled snug.
My bag doesn't budge. I ride a 2003 BMW K1200RS, and have been using the bag for 2 years now without a hitch. Quick-release buckles let me remove the bag to take with me when I wish, leaving the mounting straps on the bike. A good bag. Should fit any bike without any trouble.
Jun 4, 2014
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A s: This tail bag is 13" wide and 14" deep. I recommend that you measure your passenger seat. The base of the tail bag might tuck in slightly (It is stitched to the bag), but that might rub your plastic. The good news is - Revzilla accepts returns with no restocking fee.

My bike is a BMW R1200R, and it fits the rear of the seat perfectly.
May 28, 2014
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Brent K: I have a 2011 gsxr 600. I criss cross the the straps under the passenger seat then cinch it down. Not bad overhang.
I like this bag. Fits my 15" laptop, and some clothes. I'm pleased with the amount of stuff it can hold. I would recommend this bag.
May 28, 2014
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Phil S: I can't offer any assistance here. I am not familiar with the R1. The OGIO is a well made bag, but I had to modify it to fit my Suzuki V-Strom 650. May 28, 2014
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Roger R: don't know . The dimensions are on the web site. I have mine on the back of a 250cc dual purpose dirt bike . That's pretty small as well. May 30, 2014
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EDSON T asked: Would this bag fit my 2014 yamaha star 250? Mar 15, 2014
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Jim Z: I can not say specifically exactly how it would attach to your 2014 Yamaha star 250. However, based upon the universal method by which the OGIO bag attaches to almost any motorcycle, I would be amazed if it would not easily fit on your bike.
This is great bag.
I ride a 2003 BMW K 1200 RS.
I have attached this bag in two ways, both of which have worked just fine.
First, in order to have the passenger seat remain usable I have mounted this bag tho the rack that extends behind the seat. The quick release connection straps are wrapped around the bracket and you're done.
Second - as I longer have a passenger (that's another story!), I mount the bag directly on top of the the passenger seat behind me. Again, the quick release straps can be mounted to brackets that exist next to the seat - OR - the can be wrapped AROUND (and under) the seat..
In either installation, the bag is secure, no sliding or movement, eminently usable, and you can quick release and take the bag with you leaving the straps on the bike.
As said - this is a great bag. Multiple zippered compartments, including an expandable main compartment. Even has a built-in rain fly that you can pull over the entire bag without having to undo anything.
Although it is is not as big as a large hard trunk box, it really helps to be able to store essential items. I routinely use it to store keys, wallet, sunglasses, spare eyeglasses, beverages, snacks, small tool kit, compact compressor, a spare pair of pants or shirt, etc.
I would buy it again in a heartbeat.
Mar 16, 2014
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Lawrence I: My bag is mounted on my bmw r1150r. on the rear seat and partly on the
luggage rack. Widest point of seat is about 12 inches at front and about 10
inches at rear, the rack is about 8 inches wide. The bag itself fits on seat and
rack with very little hang over. The side pouches overhang seat. The base
rolls over seat and rack at attachment points and protects seat and rack from
Hope this helps.
Mar 16, 2014
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Michael D: I have a 2012 Honda Cbr 250, and I was able to attach this to the removable passenger seat. I used a carabiner to fasten all the straps to the bottom of the seat. It rides pretty well and seems to be pretty secure. I know this is not your exact bike, but this may lead you in the right direction. Mar 17, 2014
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Wayne B: It fits on my Honda CBR250R, which is a pretty small bike, so just looking at pictures of yours, I think it will work just fine. Mar 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Most seem to be attaching to a seat. But, what about a rack? Aug 17, 2014
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Phil S: It's a good bag, but the securing straps don't fit my bike (Suzuki V-Strom 650). My bike came equipped with a flat plate rack for a hard tail bag and has numerous mounting holes in it. I cut four matching holes in the bag's fabric base, installed grommets and bolted it to the bike's hard rack. Works well, but it's a bit of effort to get it right and the bag is not readily removable. Even with the installation work involved, it is still the best bag I have seen. Aug 18, 2014
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Brian I: I have a 2012 Kawasaki Concours 14 and have this bag on the rear luggage rack. It fits well - the 4 straps stay on the bike wrapped around the side rails of the rack. I've used it for about 1 year of commuting and it still looks like new. Aug 17, 2014
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Steve G: It comes with 4 universal ataching staps it will work fine on a rack Aug 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: will fit my Ducati Diavel Carbon 2014 model? Feb 5, 2015
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Shane L: Probably not. I have it on my 2006 Multistrada, and it fits with just a bit of room to spare over the back seat and tail. I think your Diavel is a bit smaller in the tail than that. It has almost the same footprint of my Lenovo laptop - maybe you can hold a laptop over your bike and see if it hangs over too much. Feb 9, 2015
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Phil S: I can't answer this precisely. I haves no experience with a Diavel. I did have to modify the bag base pad somewhat to fit my Suzuki V-Strom. The tie down straps wouldn't work on my bike. Other than that, it's a good bag and worth the effort. Feb 9, 2015
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