Awesome motorcycle kit bags

Carry all your gear for travel, trackdays or competitions with these awesome motorcycle kit bags

Motorcycle riding kit packed into a kit bag

by Jim Blackstock |

There will be times when you need to travel in a car or van or even, by train or air and need to carry your gear with you; you might be heading to a trackday in the van, you may be heading off on a riding holiday in a faraway land or you may simply be going to collect a new bike to ride it home.

But whatever the reason for the trip, you are travelling with your riding gear but not wearing it.

As we have seen in the past when we looked at helmet bags, looking after your kit and keeping it safe is vitally important. It will be no good to you if it has become damaged in transit and could leave you stranded in this case.

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So you need to transport it properly. This selection of kit bags will help you to do that, keeping all your gear well organised and in one handy location that you can look after so that it can look after you.

1. BikeIt Kit Bag


This bag from BikeIt is massive u2013 a huge 128 litres of storage capacity within its rectangular

It’s made in heavyweight nylon and is available in four colours, including this camouflage, orange, blue and green.


Good value

Huge capacity

Useful compartments


May not be waterproof

2. MotoGP Pro Monster


This officially-licensed MotoGP-branded holdall may not have the biggest capacity but it is still

It is designed to house a helmet and clothing and has a couple of handy extra compartments as well as the main one and a shoulder strap in case you are feeling strong. It also has a really handy roll-out change mat to stand on, in case the ground is grubby.


Roll-out change mat

Designed for helmet and kit

Rolling wheels


90 litres may not be enough

3. Bonz MX


Another large bag remarkably similar to the BikeIt version, with a 120-litre capacity and made


Polyester-lined Cordura

Large capacity

Basic but functional


Unknown longevity and durability

4. Alpinestars Goanna Duffel Bag


This traditional sports-style holdall from Alpinestars has a large main compartment to house a

At the other end, there is a flat pocket that is ideal for documentation while there are deep straps to cope with heavy contents. There are also end-straps for lifting in case the 128-litre capacity ends up full.


Comes from great name

Large capacity

Separate boot section


Not cheap

5. Ogio Rig 9800


Itu2019s not cheap (like, really not cheap) but it gets great reviews online and seems to be a

Ogio Rig 9800

The entire framework is also padded and backed with a structural base and twin wheels as well as an extending handle for ease of transport. It splits in two and has a top access pocket with two grab handles on the lid.


Great reviews online

Rigid base with rolling wheels

Padded exterior and helmet section


Very expensive

6. Ou2019Neal TX8000 Bag


This 130-litre bag from motocross and enduro expert Ou2019Neal is a straightforward design but

Ou2019Neal TX8000 Bag

It has twin carry straps and a single handle as well as an adjustable shoulder strap. It also has plastic skids on the bottom for protection.


Simple but effective design

Separate boot sections

Handles and should straps


Could become cumbersome when loaded

7. Roller Holdall


This sturdy-looking roll bag comes in a range of sizes and capacities and this, the largest, is

The bag splits in two hinged compartment and though not specifically designed for motorcyclists, could offer a good option for smaller amounts of kit.


Wheels, extending handle and base skids

Split main sections

End pocket


Capacity may be too small for some

8. Alpinestars Komodo


Another bag from Alpinestars, this time a wheeled example with an enormous 150-litre capacity to

It comes with a removable roll-out change mat and a separate waterproof boot bag to keep wet and dry clothing apart.


Enormous capacity

Wheels to help transport

Top quality



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