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Nelson Rigg Adventure Dry Bag

Item: P241509

The Nelson Rigg Adventure Dry Bag features a roll top closure to ensure your gear stays bone dry on your cross country exploits. Two lashing points pe… Read More

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Nelson Rigg Adventure Dry Bag

The Nelson Rigg Adventure Dry Bag features a roll top closure to ensure your gear stays bone dry on your cross country exploits. Two lashing points per side enable longitudinal or transverse mounting.


  • Electronically heat welded seams makes this bag 100% waterproof 
  • Air tight roll closure ensures no water enters the bag 
  • Made from waterproof and durable Tarpaulin PVC 
  • Coated outer material prevents slipping or marking 
  • Firm internal base plate helps support bag 
  • Securely mounts with heavy duty quick release cam buckles and nylon webbing 
  • Strong D-rings allow more Survivor bags to be attached 
  • Can be mounted across or along seat or tail section 
  • Hi-Visibility reflective webbing 
  • Quickly attaches to most factory tail racks or hard saddlebags 
  • Compression straps easily adjust to the volume of content 
  • Includes carry handles and detachable adjustable shoulder strap 
  • Includes a Lifetime “No Hassle” warranty 


  • Medium: 20” L x 10” W x 12” H
    • Holds 39 Liters
  • Large: 26” L x 12” W x 14” H
    • Holds 71 Liters
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4.5 / 5.0
26 Reviews
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3.9 / 5
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5 / 5
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2 / 5
23-days of hard riding did this bag in.
I took this bag on a cross-country trip starting in Brooklyn New York, all the way to the arctic circle in Canada’s Yukon territory. The bag was subjected to daily riding for over 20 days, including all types of weather: hot and sunny, rainy and cold, dry and dusty, even a short hail storm. We camped at night, and the bag was being packed/un-packed on a daily basis.

The bag functioned well, and kept everything dry throughout that 23-day trip.

However, on the last day of riding, near Whitehorse, one of the rivets came out. This meant that the bag could only be secured with 3 of the 4 straps. The remaining 3 straps do the job, but I feel that the bag is reaching the end of its life span, and I wouldn’t trust it on another long trip.

The old adage of “you get what you pay for” is true with this product. It functions well (perhaps even above expectations, during normal conditions and light use). However, if you are planning a serious trip, or you ride every day, consider buying a more rugged product.

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August 21, 2014
2013 BMW F700GS
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
2 / 5
Ok for the $$? but not durable. Better off buying a more rugged and durable product from the onset
Purchased this bag 1/14 .It was, in all fairness used throughout the winter and most of the year on a daily basis, but problems developed from the onset. While the bag did it's job of keeping the contents dry, the plastic fastening system failed, I got free replacement clips from the manufacturer, but only one worked, the other attached to the bag would require that the bag be replaced. Then recently the rivets popped loose, rendering the bag useless.Nelson Rigg offers a lifetime warranty on the bag, but the cost of shipping back and forth coupled with the possibility that they may determine that it's not a manufacturer's defect really means that a new bag is in order.
July 13, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Good bag, okay mounts
The bag is good for just about anyone, but not for extra me abuse. It's just a plastic material without any reinforcing members. Don't try to transport 100lbs of meat cleavers in this bag.

The mounts are okay. When I mount longways on my bike, inline with the frame, there's no straps to limit forward and rearward movement. However, they did include some mounting points, so I made it work.
February 11, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Solid bag, completely waterproof, best for long journeys and wet weather
I ordered the largest bag mainly as a grocery getter/general use bag for my Seca II. There is no larger bag out there that I've found, let alone one for this low of price.

Though the first one came damaged (One of the tie down straps was un-riveted from the bag itself), Revzilla being a quality company sent me a new one immediately which was flawless. I have had the large bag since November 2013 and it has been amazing, it's been completely waterproof in all levels of rain. I once even put my wet bike cover inside it and I was able to dry the inside of the bag afterward within a few minutes with a small rag because the inside is just as water resistant as the outside.

The only issue I have with it is the process to open or close the bag. You have to unclip two buckles on the side and two on the top securing straps and then unroll the top of the bag. Which is a fine tradeoff for long distance trips but for when I need to stow something small quickly putting it in this bag isn't really an option without pulling over and stopping. It also takes some time to secure it to the bike, it would have been great if it secured via clips rather than the pull down style straps which take a little time to pull tight.

Ultimately very pleased with this bag, I'll be looking at Nelson-Rigg first next time I purchase a motorcycle bag.
March 6, 2014
1992 Yamaha XJ600S Seca II
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Large Bag, and waterproof
I bought and used this bag as an over the pillion bag on a BMW R1200GS Rental bike on a resent trip to Croatia. The bag was large and waterproof. It strapped down nicely across the seat and was secure. It also worked well as a back rest as I rode. On the down side the shoulder strap that came with it is poor quality and broke at the airport and was useless. The bag was severally damaged by the airline in transport and I had to throw it away upon return. If you are not traveling by air, it is a great piece. Don't use it as checked baggage.
October 23, 2013
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
It will keep your stuff dry
The bag itself is great, the buckles on the straps are plastic and have broken, I had to purchase separate straps to tie it down . It is large enough to hold tent, sleeping bag, ground cloth, sleeping mat and camp stove
March 25, 2014
2007 Piaggio MP3 250
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
2 / 5
Great dry bag for road riding. Not sturdy enough off road.
I purchased the large bag to use with my F800GS adventure bike. My first trip using the bag was a 3 day weekend ride mostly off road. Despite cinching the bag as tight as I could, it still moved a bit. The bottom of the bag wore two holes fromt the tail rack. The bag was still water tight as there was a second layer of material. I patched the two holes with pieces of rubber gasket material. I used the bag again on an 8 day trip that was mostly road riding. The back worked great. Nelson Rigg could improve this bag with a sturdier, thicker, rubberized bottom. That would also likely increase the price of the bag which is why I chose this bag over more expensive Wolfman gear to begin with.
September 1, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
4 / 5
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
Simple bag. High quality.
I really got this just to ensure that I can keep my sleeping bag dry in case of rain. As it turns out, ALL of my camping gear fits in there. It's bigger than I expected. It's quite heavy duty and the fabric is thicker and tougher than I expected. The straps for attaching seem like they could be a bit more simple, but they're not bad. I haven't tested it in rain yet, but based on how it seems to be constructed, I will be very surprised if it leaks.
April 27, 2018
3 months ago
2014 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
An excellent bag
Waterproof, even in heavy rain. Fairly easy to mount and secure to bike. Good quality materials, excellent for the money.
September 23, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
this tail bag is very big
I use this bag for long trips on a tiger 800 and it is big ( I bought the large) it holds a lot more than I need. The straps hold it tight but the luggage rack on my bike isn't near big enough so can't use it with a passenger. It is dust/waterproof. And a great bag for the money.
August 27, 2013
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Why did you choose this?
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Have owned NR covers, and always had good luck with them.
Barry O on Aug 9, 2017
Previous experience with Nelson Rigg products. Plus we just bought bike covers at Americade.
Shawn N on Aug 24, 2016
Have owned NR covers, and always had good luck with them.
Barry O on Aug 9, 2017
Needed a larger Dry bag have the Med one great product
Rob129 on Mar 15, 2017
Previous experience with Nelson Rigg products. Plus we just bought bike covers at Americade.
Shawn N on Aug 24, 2016
I needed more space for long trips and have tried the type with a rain cover, they either rip or fill up with air and everything gets wet. This will fit nicely on the back seat of my Goldwing, or on the rear trunk rack if my wife is along.
Michael S on Aug 20, 2016
Just what I needed
william t on Apr 27, 2016
Held up great on our 2400 tour of the southwest and the high viz orange gave me some piece of mind on my blacked out FJ-09
Nathan S on Oct 13, 2015
I've only used this bag once so far, but it performed flawlessly. It holds a lot of clothes and things and keeps the weather out very well.
James C on Jun 1, 2015
Lorence B on May 26, 2015
Going on a trip to Ushuaia (southern Argentina). Renowned brand, probably a great product. Good reviews on the internet
FABIO G on Oct 30, 2014
So that I could put more stuff on the back of my FJR than would fit in the factory top case.
A R on Jun 23, 2014
Largest bag I could find that would fit by Vstrom without looks silly!
Bob M on Jun 17, 2014
my friend bought one and loves it for long motorcycle trips
Greg A on May 11, 2014
waterproof, right size for camping gear, and it can be secured to the bike firmly.
Carlos A on Apr 27, 2014
Spacious for long haul stuff and waterproof! Bring on the open road!
Raymond U on Mar 13, 2014
the size is right for my needs
jordan d on Aug 28, 2013
Needed a larger Dry bag have the Med one great product
Rob129 on Mar 15, 2017
I needed more space for long trips and have tried the type with a rain cover, they either rip or fill up with air and everything gets wet. This will fit nicely on the back seat of my Goldwing, or on the rear trunk rack if my wife is along.
Michael S on Aug 20, 2016
Is there anyway to lock the bag? Maybe a luggage lock on zippers?
A shopper on Oct 27, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The Nelson Rigg Adventure Dry Bag folds over and attaches with buckles, so there is no zipper to lock. Dry bags, once secure, are hard to get into, but I don't know of a way to lock them other than a cable around the bag, which would keep anyone from unfolding it and getting in. I think the bigger risk would be someone removing the whole bag from the bike, so a cable lock is definitely a good idea.
I have a 2010 Z1000 with a fender eliminator kit, so the rear is completely open. I could attach the bag to the frame on the front, but do you know how I could attach the bag in the rear?

Is this compatible with my bike?
A shopper on Sep 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Likely not, it needs 4 attachment points to be stable, and its long enough that you would have to mount it too far forward to get the front and rear straps hooked within the length of the rear seat. The internal reinforcement is really just a thin piece of plastic or stiff cardboard in the base of the bag that stiffens it up a bit. Also, even with the rear fender still on the bike, I'd question whether that all-plastic extension is stiff enough to serve as safe rear attachment points for the bag. Think you'd be better off with something more square-shaped.
Does this bag have any carry handles or a shoulder strap?
Gregory H on Jun 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No handles and the shoulder strap is not really usefull. I think it is not meant to be used for carrying this bag around, i think it is a great waterproof product for long distance ridding, the straps to hold this to the bike are well done and hold it perfect when ridding. Test the bag travelling in south america. Good luck. From Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Is this bag rigid enough to be loaded half way and still be stable?
Gannon S on Jan 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Bag is not rigid. When half loaded, it is easily rolled down and secured without flapping. Bottom panel is semi-rigid, so bottom holds it's shape well. Great bag!
Is the firm internal base removable?
Kenneth E on Apr 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can be removed which is what I ended up doing to better be shrunk down to better fit the tail of the bike.
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