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OGIO Tail Bag

The OGIO Tail Bag has a universal web mount system for secure connection to your bike. The main compartment is expandable, and there are 2 exterior pockets for easy access. When the rain starts, the included rain cover keeps your items dry. The OGIO Tail Bag is a great choice when you want to put your items behind you but not leave them behind.


  • 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


  • 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
4.7 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.7 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.3 / 5
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4.7 / 5.0
59 Reviews
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4.7 / 5
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4 / 5
Remarkably good value bag in Goldilocks size
I'm about as smart as the average bear, but I have to admit that I was a bit perplexed by this bag when it first arrived. It comes with a strange array of straps, loops and clips, none of them appearing to attach to anything specific, and no installation instructions or hardware to be found.

After puzzling on this for a while, I came up with my own solution that I think is both elegant and functional. Essentially, I wrapped the loop ends of the straps over my seat, took a mid-sized key ring and hooked all four loop ends to it under the seat in an "X" pattern. This allows you to pull the straps tight against each other and, as a result, against the seat which keeps the bag locked nicely in place. The little elastic loops let you tuck the ends of the straps neatly under the seat resulting in a nice, low-profile, nearly "strapless" install.

This may be exactly what Ogio intended, but without any instructions to speak of, I'm going to take full credit for the idea. ;)

Once installed, this bag is "just right." Not too big and not too small, it's a great size for commuting and even a one- or two-night trip somewhere. The expansion zipper is great, the integrated rain cover is useful, the clips that allow the bag to be removed are appreciated, and the underpad helps protect both seat and bike. All this at a great price.

Well-done, Ogio, but include some instructions and a mounting ring next time, will you?!
August 12, 2015
2015 Triumph Street Triple R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
4 / 5
I love this bag. I can fit a foam takeout container in it. I can fit two 4-packs of 18oz. beer cans. I packed clothes for a two day visit to my folks place. Plus it's easy to take on and off my bike and haul with me if needed.
July 27, 2015
2013 Honda CB500X
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
4 / 5
Updated (almost) 1-year review.
I received this bag as an early Christmas present in 2012, and have been using it daily on my CBR250R as a commuter bag. I am still impressed so far, as it does everything I need it to. The rain hood has functioned well in keeping my tools and work clothes dry during light to medium rain. I still have not had a chance to see the bag's performance during a heavy rain ride, but it has had to endure sitting outside with the rain hood on during a decent storm once, and everything was still dry inside. I ended up putting a D-ring under my rear seat and attaching all 4 straps to it, so that I can simply unbuckle the bag as needed and reattach it quickly. This works extremely well. The buckles and straps have all held up well so far, and I unbuckle the bag to take it inside every time I ride to work. There are no signs of tearing on any of the straps or stitching yet.

The only possible durability issues you should be aware of are extremely minor, and do not affect the performance of the bag. I have noticed that, over a year of normal commuter exposure to the elements, certain parts of the bag's finish have faded from the black to a sort of purplish tint. Again, this is strictly cosmetic, the bag performs the same but just looks a little "weathered". (I've also noticed my Ogio mini-tank bag is doing the same thing, not a product flaw, just wear and tear). If you're diligent with keeping it indoors when you're not riding, this probably won't be a problem. Also, the rubber zipper tabs tend to slip off sometimes, but they slide right back on. Some superglue would probably eliminate that.

Overall I'm still very impressed with the bag, it's an awesome value and will hold up as long as you need it.
November 12, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
5 / 5
Lot bigger than it looks but you are on your own installing....
Pros: The OGIO Tail Bag is actually a very nice bag with a surprising amount of room when zipped up and once you expanded it out completely you can fit a full size helmet like my Nolan N43Trilogy with room to spare! When not expanded it is actually quite compact.

Cons: You are pretty much left to your own devices on how to mount this sucker on your bike. No instructions or even examples are included to help you figure out a way to mount it. The straps latches are installed at an odd angle and not movable but I finally figured out a way to get it on securely but it took some extra parts, (courtesy of Kriega), to get the loops and hooks necessary to mount without 1) scratching the frame; and; 2) making sure that the bag stayed secure and wouldn't shift.
May 3, 2016
2013 Ducati Diavel
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
4 / 5
Best alternative to a tank bag that I've seen!
Been trying to figure out the best way to carry stuff. Backpack or messenger bag? Pain in the shoulders. Don't much care for riding around town with my Givi saddlebags on either -- they make my BMW F650GS feel so wide. And since I'm short, I'd be straining to look over a tank bag to see my gauges. Voila! (Or should I say "Duh!") Discovered the option of a tail bag. This Ogio is a good size for most commuting needs (lunch, jacket, couple of library books, random things you like to have on hand) and expands enough to use for a small haul from the grocery store or for use as an overnight bag. Quick release straps make it easy to take along if the contents are valuable. Waterproof cover folds back into its own pocket so you don't drop it somewhere. Even full, the bag remains low enough for me to swing my leg over when I get on/off the bike. Place anywhere. Mine's on the seat behind me, secured to frame under my seat and then to the back rack. I don't often have passengers and I still have room for a duffel or drybag. The Ogio was less expensive than other, similar sized bags and sometimes I hesitate to pay less in case the quality is compromised. Not so on this bag. A good value and I'm super happy with it.
June 5, 2013
2006 BMW F650GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
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
2013 BMW F700GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Excellent Product
Just to confirm what the other reviewers have written that this bag is all that and more.
Other tail bags may be as good or better (not likely for my bike or use) and not having tested, or for that matter owned any other tail bag, reviews like this are limited in scope.
That said, this bag is everything that I hoped it would be. The attachment of the straps to my bike (Superhawk) was very easy and fast. As other reviews stated, this might not be true for all makes and models. I was lucky as there is well located attachment points. Detaching the bag from the mounting straps is quick and easy. Also the shape of the tail faring works very well with the bag and the neoprene coating on the underside is perfect for eliminating movement.
There is a sturdy carry handle for transport off the bike. Another reviewer had mention that a backpack feature would be nice. I agree, it wouldn't take much to add a set shoulder straps as an extra feature or better yet, an optional add on. The price/feature/quality ratio is about as good as I could expect. Adding features would raise the price. With a little creativity I think that a shoulder harness could be fashioned to work with the existing strap mounting points. Something to think about.
Usable space and overall dimensions are spot on. Not too big, not too small. I'm able to get an Arai Profile, size small, in the main compartment with the expansion feature utilized. Capacity should be good for a light weekend or commuting essentials. The side pockets and top flat pockets work well for organizing and stashing small and medium size items. The only feature I would like to see improved is the size of the side pockets. A little larger would make them more useful. I also have the matching saddle bags so when the need arises for more space, I'll be covered. Which brings up the built-in rain cover. What a great Idea. No misplacing or worse, having it blow off while riding.
Durability remains a question mark, but based on the quality of fabric, zippers, and other hardware I think that the bag will give years of service.
If, like me you've been having a hard time deciding on which bag to purchase, opt for this one, you will not be disappointed.
September 29, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
5 / 5
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
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Flexible tail bag for day trips.
Bought this because I didn't want to have to wear a backpack on day rides to carry things like water, rain liner, some power bars, shield cleaner, and stuff like that as my bike has no storage.

This bag attaches nicely to my bikes small rear rack with 4 web type straps with pinch clips on them. I just loop the straps around the rear passenger grab handles and the base of the rack and it clips on in about 10 seconds. Its definitely on there securely because I've been decently into triple digits (closed course) and it didn't budge.

The neoprene base has good grip and seems like it wouldn't hurt paint, but it doens't touch paint on my bike anyway.

One of the really nice features is that its expandable. At its smallest form, it fits my rain liner, extra pair of gloves, a couple 1 litre water bottles, some power bars, and other odds and ends in the main compartment. Expanded, I can (just barely) fit my girlfriends full face helmet in it If I go pick her up for a ride but she left her helmet at my place.

I got it cause I wanted something compact and inconspicous for day rides and it fits that bill nicely.
May 13, 2012
2012 BMW K1300S
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
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
2012 Suzuki GSX-R1000
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this is an awesome bag, it looks small but you can certainly pack a lot of stuff, durable and worth the dollar.
Mel R on Sep 29, 2016
This bag has done all that I need, and it does it well. It also looks good on the back of the bike.
chad d on Jul 27, 2016
this is an awesome bag, it looks small but you can certainly pack a lot of stuff, durable and worth the dollar.
Mel R on Sep 29, 2016
It fit my macbook pro for school as well as the rain gear I would need and wasn't too large.
staples on Aug 28, 2016
This bag has done all that I need, and it does it well. It also looks good on the back of the bike.
chad d on Jul 27, 2016
Fits perfectly on my tail rack, has the waterproof rain fly, and fits a TON of stuff (like a 12 pack) which is great when heading from the store to the campsite after a long days ride in the middle of the Northwoods.
Kelly U on Jul 17, 2016
had this bag before, love it!
Matan N on Jul 12, 2016
Brand, reviews, quality.
Markus G on Jul 6, 2016
I'll be commuting to work soon, and wanted to not have to wear a backpack. From the reviews this looked like a good compromise of price/size/features.
Steven M on Jun 27, 2016
good reviews
okieinga on Jun 13, 2016
Size (small, expandable).
George B on Jun 7, 2016
Seems to be right size for back of KLR. Needed it for the commute. My laptop barely fits.
Brett S on May 24, 2016
Needed a tail bag for my Honda CtX700N. This fit the bill.
Diana B on May 1, 2016
Great reviews.. Appears it will fit my needs and my 2015 Versys 650
Simeon M on Apr 15, 2016
great price and good reviews
Brad J on Apr 12, 2016
Saw it on U-tube and like how it looks on different bikes.
George A on Jan 26, 2016
TNT1 on Jan 19, 2016
I chose this product because one other review mentioned some of the reasons that I wanted to get a tail bag
Pedro G on Dec 6, 2015
I purchased this tail bag because I'm just tired of using a cargo net for my lunch bag. My friend owns one of these & putting it on & taking it off is a lot easier than the cargo net.
Frank A on Nov 28, 2015
This bag is my daily use work "briefcase". Snap it off the straps and walk in the office. No more sweaty shirt back by backpack.
neracode on Oct 29, 2015
Needed this for my commute to work. Love the bag!
M L on Sep 9, 2015
positive reviews.
Donald S on Aug 27, 2015
Great bag! Solid construction and damn near universal fit. Pleased with this purchase.
Zach W on Aug 2, 2015
Second OGIO tail bag in family. These bags are AWESOME!!
Gary D on Jul 14, 2015
looked like a good quality bag and was just the right size without being too big!
Skip S on Jul 2, 2015
I have their golf bag
Anthony A on Jun 27, 2015
nice travel tail bag for days long rides.
minh t on Jun 23, 2015
perfect fit on my old R1 but a little big for my daytona 955i. this is a great overall bag
Lev K on Jun 19, 2015
I wanted a soft side tail bag for a Yamaha XT250 that was reasonably priced with basic functions and sized appropriately for mouting on top of a Moose Racing luggage rack.
Ducati796 on May 24, 2015
i got screwed on the same bag. i just purchased the same bag only like a week ago from revzilla. The strap was defected and just fell right off the bag.
A s on May 24, 2015
the price was right. I ride a yamaha R3,, The front tie down straps ar too short. I will need to replace them
keith s on May 14, 2015
I needed a bag for communting to work, didn't want a tank bag. Lot's of good reviews of the bag.
Jeremy S on Apr 27, 2015
Sergio C on Feb 9, 2015
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.
John K on Nov 6, 2014
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.
Tiffers on Oct 23, 2014
Needed a little tail storage, and the Ogio tail bag was perfect for my needs.
Daniel C on Sep 23, 2014
Good size and it has a built-in waterproof cover. Also like the quick release and the carrying handle.
Joseph W on Sep 18, 2014
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.
William H on Sep 15, 2014
The design, features, and size I was looking for. I especially wanted something that my 15" macbook.
Lorenzo S on Aug 4, 2014
Looks nice, seems like a reasonable size, and the price looked good.
Robert R on Jul 7, 2014
Looks like a great tail bag for a great price.
Kathryn G on Jun 9, 2014
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
Robert B on Jun 1, 2014
Needed some storage on the CB1100
David D on May 30, 2014
Based on good reviews.
Peter A on May 21, 2014
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)
Philippine Rider on Feb 7, 2014
Good reviews. Economical. Ogio makes nice bags.
Scott D on Feb 6, 2014
gerry m on Dec 6, 2013
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!
OCTAVIO T on Oct 3, 2013
looked the right size, customer reviews were good
Keith R on Aug 23, 2013
Research on various sites. Decided on Revzilla
Jack S on Aug 14, 2013
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.
Glenn H on Aug 12, 2013
It fit my macbook pro for school as well as the rain gear I would need and wasn't too large.
staples on Aug 28, 2016
Fits perfectly on my tail rack, has the waterproof rain fly, and fits a TON of stuff (like a 12 pack) which is great when heading from the store to the campsite after a long days ride in the middle of the Northwoods.
Kelly U on Jul 17, 2016
Is it possible to replace two of the straps only?
A shopper on Jun 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Most seem to be attaching to a seat. But, what about a rack?
A shopper on Aug 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It comes with 4 universal ataching staps it will work fine on a rack
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!
david c on Apr 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
Danilo F on May 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Would this bag fit my 2014 yamaha star 250?
EDSON T on Mar 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
I'm guessing there are no D-Rings anywhere on this bag (to attach 3rd-party shoulder or backpack straps to)?
elle on Dec 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No the bag does not have D rings. I leave the bag on the bike unless I'm done riding for the day. I have locking luggage on my bike which I use for secure storage while off the bike. The bag is easy to carry when removing it to bring inside, but would not be convenient to carry with you.

I really like this bag. I've used it on many day rides and overnight trips as well. It's waterproof with the cover on, which is very handy as it's attached to the bag. Lots of storage capacity, especially when expanded.
Is this bag a good fit with the SW Mototech rear rack, as offered for the Yamaha MT-09?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It's a universal fit bag with long straps that can wrap around footpegs or turn signals. I use mine on my 2004 BMW R1150R, which has a small, rounded rack. It works OK, but I suspect that it would work better on the larger platform provided by the SW Motech rack. If you will only use the bag with your Yamaha, you might consider drastically shortening the straps so that you can mount them directly to the rack without having two feet of strap flapping in the breeze.
will fit my Ducati Diavel Carbon 2014 model?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Any idea if the zippers have an opening to put a small lock through them to prevent someone from opening the bag?
Matt M on Jan 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: What I did was to replace the zipper handles so I can fit a wire lock
Is this bag a good fit for the SW Mototech rear carrier, as recommended for the Yamaha FZ-09?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I cannot answer for the specific rear carrier / bike combination that you have.

I have a '12 Suzuki V-Strom 650 with the factory rear carrier.

I had to modify the bag to work with my combination. I cut matching holes in the base fabric of the OGIO, installed grommets and bolted it to the rear carrier. The tie-down straps that come with the OGIO didn't work at all.

Other than that, it's a great bag and works very well. I'm very pleased with it.