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MotoBags - Semi-Rigid Motorcycle Bags


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The MotoBags are now OUT OF STOCK. We experienced a massive demand this summer and we thank you.

Any purchases made now will be delivered in November.

The production run for November will be limited to 200 units.

If you want MotoBags in 2018, hurry and place your preorder now!

We provide FREE SHIPPING worldwide with tracking.


What’s included in a set of MotoBags?

- Two MotoBags

- Two inner, removable dry bags

- Two universal mounting plates and all necessary hardware to attach to racks

- Two MotoBag-specific locks

- Colored straps* (by request – orange, blue, or red)



👉 Why are Semi-Rigid bags superior to aluminum panniers?

1) Lighter than aluminum panniers
2) Less dangerous than aluminum boxes in the case of a fall
3) Will not become damaged in the case of a fall
4) 100% waterproof (Aluminum panniers are NOT)

👉 Why are Semi-Rigid bags superior to soft bags?

1) Higher weight capacity than soft bags
2) Attractive shape is maintained, allowing better organization/access of gear

MotoBags - Motorcycle Bags

MotoBags - Motorcycle Bags


MotoBags - Motorcycle Bags

MotoBags - Motorcycle Bags

The MotoBags can be collapsed flat when not in use. The inner board just needs to be removed, as shown above.

The MotoBags come with a secure locking system, protecting your gear from the opportunist thief.

MotoBags - Motorcycle Bags - locking system

Many accessories of your choice can be easily fitted to the MotoBags thanks to the MOLLE system.

MotoBags - Semi Rigid Panniers for Motorcycle

Velcro patches of your choice can be attached to the front of the MotoBags.

MotoBags - Semi Rigid Panniers for Motorcycle

 Each MotoBag comes with 4 colors of straps (black/red/blue/orange)




  • MotoBag 45 liters:
    1. 17x15x11 inches (11 inches width)
  • MotoBag 38 liters:
    1. 17x15x9 inches (9 inches width)
  • MotoBag 31 liters:
              17x15x7 inches (7 inches width)

                           MotoBags - Semi Rigid Panniers for Motorcycle

       MotoBags Mounting System


    👉 What pannier/luggage racks are compatible with the MotoBags?

  • Touratech
  • Givi (Trekker as well. Monokey racks compatible if adjusted – ask us how!)
  • SW-Motech EVO (SLC are not compatible)
  • SW Motech PRO: if you drill holes in the MotoBags aluminum plate.
  • BMW OEM racks (1200GS / 1200GSA / F800GS / F800GSA) Vario racks are not compatible
  • KTM OEM racks
  • Hepco Becker
  • Wolfman
  • HappyTrail
  • Metal Mule
  • Bumot
  • GIVI Monokey (just need to unscrew the parts that are sticking out. Takes 5 minutes)
  • Jesse (MotoBags will be inclined and parallel to the Jesse racks)
  • Please contact us if you have pannier/luggage racks that are not listed here and we will help you.

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    👉 What luggage racks does Lone Rider sell?

    We produce and sell luggage racks for the following bikes:

    BMW: R1200GS/GSA, F800GS/GSA, F700GS, F650GS twin cyl., F650GS single cyl., G650GS, G650X, S1000XR

    HONDA: CRF1000L Africa Twin, NC700X, NC750X, CB500X, XRV 750 Africa Twin 1998+

    KTM: 1190/1290 ADV/1050, 990 ADV/950 ADV, 950 SM / 990 SM, 640 ADV, 690 Enduro, DUKE 390/200

    Suzuki: DL 650 V-STROM

    Yamaha: XT1200Z, XT660Z, MT-09 Tracer

    Kawasaki: KLR650, KLE650, Versys 650

    Ducati: MULTISTRADA 

    Purchase the Lone Rider Racks here:


    The material used to construct the MotoBags:


    Hypalon is an extremely durable and waterproof performance elastomer utilized in products designed for extreme use; such as whitewater rafts, containment suits, and other outdoor equipment. The material is a very versatile polyethylene (CSPE) synthetic rubber (CSM) noted for its resistance to chemicals, temperature extremes, and ultraviolet light.

    By constructing the MotoBags with frequency-welded Hypalon along with Dyneema and Kevlar stitching, we are utilizing the best materials and construction methods available anywhere.

    The best in the world. The strongest in the world.


     Video: The MotoBags on the Road

     Video: How to wash your MotoBags

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