10 Best Gear Bags For Dirt Bikes 2018

Best gear Bags for Dirt Bikes

One of the most essential pieces of equipment in your dirt bike riding arsenal is your gear bag. Whether you are riding motocross, Dual Sport or Adventure riding, having your gear stored together when traveling is a must.

Here is my 10 Best Gear Bags for dirt bikes list, compiled from my experience of over 30 years of racing and riding dirt bikes of all types.

Whether your gear bag just goes from the garage to the truck to the track, or you need to travel for several days with it, maybe even air travel, it is important to pick the right one for you.

Some of the gear bags in this review are suitable not only as a dirt bike gear bag but can also double as a travel bag, and built to withstand the treatment they receive at airports.

Quick Summary

I’ve spent many hours researching and comparing all the gear bags on the market before coming up with my list of 10 of the best gear bags, covering varying price ranges, styles and sizes.

This list will save you a lot of time because I ‘ve done the groundwork for you, and set it out below.

Pushed for time, here’s a quick look at the gear bags reviewed:

  1. Factory FMX Motocross Gear Bag
  2. Ogio Rig 9800 Wheeled Gear Bag
  3. AXO Weekender Gear Bag
  4. O’Neal TX8000 Gear BagBest Under $100
  5. Shift Duffle MX Gear Bag
  6. Fox Racing 2019 Podium 180 Gear Bag – Cota
  7. Ogio Hex Big Mouth Wheeled Gear BagBest Wheeled Bag Under $200
  8. Fox Racing Podium Sports Gear Bag
  9. Fox Racing 2019 Shuttle Gear Bag (wheeled)
  10. Klim Kodiak Gear Bag (wheeled)Best Of The Best

How to choose a Gear Bag

For a Dirt Bike gear bag to be meet the requirements its designed for, there are two main criteria:

  1. Its got to have good construction, you want it to last.
  2. You have to be able to fit all your gear into it without the bag bursting at the seams.

This means having ample room for your helmet, boots, chest protector or body armor, knee protector/brace, neck brace and all your riding gear – pants, jerseys, goggles, and gloves.

There are also a few features to look for when choosing a good gear bag which are highly desirable:

  1. Separate compartments for the main items like boots, helmet, and smaller items like goggles and gloves.
  2. Ventilation to the compartments. This is a bonus when putting muddy or damp gear back in after you’ve finished riding.
  3. A pull-out changing mat is a nice feature for getting changed without standing in the mud or dirt.
  4. Wheeled or not wheeled? If you want the option of using the bag for air travel, wheels and a retractable pull handle are a must.

There are heaps of reviews on Amazon about these products and almost all are overwhelmingly positive. If you want to see what other customers are saying about them, click the links below each item.

1. Factory FMX Motocross Gear Bag

Factory FMX Gear Bag

The Factory FMX Motocross Gear Bag has got 2 things going for it: It’s a bargain in the under $100 price range, and the quality is there, with rugged durable construction, and high-quality zippers that will stand up over time.

It’s not the biggest bag available, but it’s not the smallest either. With a length of 29″ it’s adequate, but the larger bags with a length of 35″ are also priced over $200.

The main compartment will fit your helmet, body armor, pants, jersey, knee protectors and a change of clothes. If you’re a rider who likes to carry your helmet in a separate bag, then you’ll have heaps of room for a few extras, like spare jersey or goggles etc.

The boots fit one each end in separate pockets. If your boots are size 13 or bigger it may be put a bit of pressure on the zippers, there are mixed reviews on that. One thing to note is that you will have to put your boots in first, then fill the main compartment.

The 2 larger side pockets are handy for things like goggles, gloves, socks, etc. while the third smaller sealed side pocket is ideal for cell phone, wallet, keys etc

All compartments except the smallest sealed one are ventilated for breathability which is great for when all your gear is damp or sweaty.
If you’re looking for a durable bag that will hold everything and not blow the budget, this one is at the top of the list.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 29″(73cm) Long x 17.5″(44cm) Wide x 16″(40cm) High
  • 2 internal separate boot pockets
  • 3 external pockets which are for googles, gloves, etc
  • A sealed pocket for personal items like your cell phones & wallet
  • Mesh Venting on all other compartments, for breathability when you have damp gear in your bag
  • 1200 Denier rip-stop nylon for your bags durability
  • Multiple grab handles and a detachable shoulder strap
  • Double stitched seams so that your bag can handle the tough conditions
  • Vinyl lined compartments
  • Colors available: Blue/Black, Grey/Black, Red/Black, Green/Black

Pros

  • Good quality construction for a budget price
  • Separate boot compartment
  • Plenty of ventilation

Cons

  • May not fit the largest boots in end pockets

If you’re looking for a durable bag that will hold everything, has plenty of features and won’t blow the budget, this one is at the top of the list.

2. Ogio Rig 9800 Wheeled Gear Bag

Ogio Rig 9800 wheeled Gear Bag

This bag was originally designed as a travel bag and later adapted by OGIO to function as a riding gear bag. It is this merging of the two functionalities that have made the Ogio 9800 one of the most popular bags on the market today.

As a Gear Bag: The main compartment will easily fit your boots, body armor, knee protectors, neck brace, pants and the padded helmet pocket keeps your helmet from getting damaged.

There are 2 pockets on the underside of the lid which are ideal for things like goggle lenses/tear-offs and a small hydration pack in one pocket. The other pocket is handy for a few small tools or some personal items.

There is also a large zippered main pocket under the entire lid which is ideal for separating your riding gear like jerseys, and pants etc. This gives it its clamshell design.

The main top pocket on the exterior has enough room for 4 sets of goggles.

There are 2 large compression straps over the bag, and 3 heavy duty lifting handles.  Two handles over the compression straps, and one near the retractable pull handle.

As a Travel Bag: The helmet compartment is ideal for shoe storage. The goggle pocket at the top is perfect for your passport and other important travel documents that you need quick access to.

The extra pockets on the underside of the lid are perfect for toiletries bag, phone charger, and other miscellaneous items.

The huge main compartment will hold all your clothes needed for traveling, and the clamshell design is ideal for separating clean and dirty clothes.

The heavy-duty zippers have provision for a padlock to keep things secure when traveling.

The solid molded plastic sled on the bottom makes it easier for the bag to stand up on its end, even when it’s fully loaded. This will save your back when you’re shuffling through airports and you don’t have to keep bending down to pick up your bag.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 15.25″(39cm) Deep x 16.5″(42cm) Wide x 34″(86cm) High, Volume 9,792 cu.in.
  • Weight 14 pounds (6.4 kg)
  • Heavy-duty construction uses 420D dobby poly PVC & 600D poly PVC
  • Large main compartment with adjustable dividers and a padded helmet chamber
  • Several multi-use lid compartments for apparel and smaller gear
  • iFOM (integrated foam) construction throughout for extra gear protection
  • Telescopic pull handle which locks in place and makes transporting it easy
  • Heavy duty oversized wheels which combined with the pull handle make maneuvering easy, especially over rough terrain at the MX track
  • SLED (structural load equalizing deck) which is a fancy term for the molded hard plastic bottom which gives the bag rigidity when laid flat
  • Dual compression straps over the whole bag which secure your load in when not completely full.
  • 3 heavy duty reinforced lifting handles on the top
  • Wide mouth opening lid for easy access to all compartments
  • Ogio lifetime warranty

Pros

  • Wheels and handle make it ideal for airport travel
  • Big enough for all your riding gear, and then some

Cons

  • Price is getting up there, but with a gear bag, you get what you pay for, and the Ogio 9800 is top of the line.

Whether you’re using the Ogio 9800 as a gear bag to put in the back of the van to take the MX track, or you’re flying to the track with your gear, or you just want to use it as a travel bag, this bag does it all.

3. AXO Weekender Gear Bag

AXO Weekender Gear Bag

The AXO Weekender gear bag is the smallest bag in this list and the lowest price.

If you’re a tight budget and looking for a bag that does the basics, this bag is one to look at. It has pretty cool graphics as well.

But it still has the essentials:

A handy top pocket which is perfect for smaller items like goggles, tear-off lenses, gloves, wallet, and phone etc.

The boot compartment is separate, which some of the more expensive bags don’t have, so it keeps your dirtiest item separate from the rest of your gear. An important factor when it comes to packing your dirty or wet gear back in.

I always put my dirty boots into a clean plastic garbage bag, it’s easier than cleaning mud out of your bag.

As far as size goes, it’s minimal, but if you are like me and prefer to keep your helmet in its own separate bag, then the size isn’t an issue.

You can put your jersey, pants, body armor, knee protectors in there no problem, and you’ll even have room for some extras as well, like spare jersey and pants.

And because it’s not as big as some of the gear bags further down my list, it will also double as a really cool weekender bag, which I guess is where it gets its name.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 26″(66cm) Long x 16″(40cm) Wide x 17″(43cm) High
  • 2 Separate storage areas
  • Extra outside Velcro pocket
  • Heavy Duty Nylon construction – 100% Polyester
  • Abrasive resistant base material to resist wear
  • Webbing carry handles with Velcro grip
  • Heavy Duty zippers

Pros

  • Bargain price for a functional bag
  • Separate boot compartment
  • Reasonable level of quality and construction

Cons

  • Minimal size may be too small for some riders

4. O’Neal TX8000 Gear Bag

O'Neal TX8000 Gear Bag

O’Neal is a well known and respected brand who have been producing motorcycle parts, apparel, and accessories for nearly 40 years.

The TX8000 gear bag is a bag that is in the below $100 range but still built to a high standard and big enough for all your gear.

The end pockets are big enough for your helmet in one end, and boots in the other end, or to put one boot in each end, and your helmet in the main compartment.

You can easily fit your body armor, neck brace, pants, jersey, knee protectors and helmet in there, and have room for some extras.

There’s a small zippered pocket on the side which is ideal for things like socks, gloves, wallet & keys etc.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 34″(86cm) Long x 15″(38cm) Wide x 17″(43cm) High, Volume 8000 cu.in.
  • One main compartment with two end boot compartments
  • Durable 600D Polyester with PVC coating
  • Removable padded shoulder strap so you can throw it over your shoulder
  • Heavy duty zippers with easy grab pull tabs which make it easier open and close
  • 3 fabric handles and 2 plastic grip handles which make it easy to handle when fully loaded
  • Plastic skid plates on the bottom for durability

Pros

  • Good quality construction, for a budget price
  • Separate boot compartment
  • Big enough for all your gear

Cons

  • Not Ventilated

This bag is ideal if you are looking for a reliable name brand bag that won’t blow the budget, and is big enough for everything – and then some.

5. Shift Duffle MX Gear Bag

Shift Duffle Gear Bag

The Shift Duffle Gear Bag is designed to hold it all – and then some, and also within the $100 price range.

The main compartment is big enough to store your boots standing up to maximize the space.
If you pack the bag right, you can get two sets of gear in there.

There are 2 zippered pockets on the top which are ideal for your smaller items like jerseys, socks, gloves, wallet and phone etc.

The bag is constructed from a rugged canvas which will withstand the toughest environments you can find.

There is a web attachment system which allows you to customize the storage options.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 32″(81cm) Long x 14.5″(37cm) Wide x 13″(33cm) High
  • Constructed from heavy canvas material for long-term durability
  • Polyester internal lining
  • Heavy webbing attachment system for adding modular accessories to your bag
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Large zippered main compartment with an external accessory compartment for phone, wallet etc
  • Reinforced heavy duty carry handles

Pros

  • Tough construction at a budget price
  • Big enough for all your gear

Cons

  • Main compartment has no segmenting to separate items like boots from the rest of your gear.

This bag is ideal if you want rugged construction in a huge bag for a budget price.

6. Fox Racing 2019 Podium 180 Gear Bag – Cota

Fox Racing 2019 Podium 180 Gear Bag Cota

For four decades now, Fox Head Inc. has been a leader in the action sports industry. The Fox head logo has become synonymous with quality and innovation while remaining true to its MX heritage.

The Fox Racing Podium 180 Cota gear bag is no exception, you know you’re getting a quality product.

Still in the $100 price range, you’re getting a lot of bang for your buck, from a reliable company.

With 2 boot compartments, one each end of the bag, and a large main compartment, there’s no worries about not getting all your gear in, plus a few extra spares.

The top pocket is ideal for your smaller items you want to get quick access to, and not be crushed by your heavier gear, like goggles, tear-offs, gloves etc.

With the heavy duty lifting handles and the padded shoulder strap, you can easily handle it when you’ve got it fully loaded.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 35″(89cm) Long x 15″(38cm) Wide x 16″(41cm) High
  • Large main compartment
  • Large boot compartments on each end
  • Padded shoulder strap
  • Durable 600D Polyester fabric construction
  • Goggle storage in top flap

Pros

  • Good quality construction at a reasonable price
  • Separate compartments with plenty of room

Cons

  • Not ventilated

Like the O’Neal, the Fox gear bag is ideal if you are looking for a reliable name brand bag that won’t blow the budget, and is big enough for everything – and then some.

7. Ogio Hex Big Mouth Wheeled Gear Bag

Ogio Hex Big Mouth wheeled Gear bag

This Ogio gear bag is a unique design which is on the next level up from the competition. The Ogio Hex Big Mouth gear bag can be used as either a gear bag or a travel bag.

There are so many features to love about this bag:

The outer boot compartment on the bottom end gives you easy access to your boots, and the fold-out cover also incorporates the change mat.

The extra large main lid opening forms a clamshell design with a zippered breathable panel on the inside of the lid ideal for jerseys and gloves.

If you’re traveling this makes the perfect place for separating dirty clothes from clean.

The external zippered side pocket is perfect for quick access to your wallet and phone, or travel documents when going through an airport.

The interior mesh side pockets are ideal for goggles and gloves, and things you don’t want to get crushed under heavier gear.

The ‘SKID’ system on the bottom, combined with the large wheels and retractable pull handle make it ideal for air travel. You don’t have to keep bending over to pick up your bag when shuffling along airport cues.

Even if you just use this for taking your gear to the motocross track, all these features make life a whole lot easier.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 31.5″(80cm) Long x 16″(40.6cm) Wide x 18″(45.7cm) High, Volume 8,500 cu.in.
  • Weight 9.8 pounds (4.5 kg)
  • Ogio ‘Skid’ system with large diameter wheels and axles
  • Large skid guards that provide extra durability and abrasion resistance
  • Two-stage trolley handle
  • External zippered pocket with organization for quick access to personal items
  • Top pocket on the inside of the lid functions as a wet/dry compartment
  • External Boot compartment for easy access to your boots
  • Fold-out changing mat
  • Two interior stretch mesh hanging pockets

Pros

  • Can double as a gear bag and travel bag
  • Price is a bargain compared to other similar wheeled bags
  • Fold out change mat is a bonus when changing into your gear in muddy conditions
  • Separate compartments for everything

Cons

  • Could be a shade bigger. It’s a few inches shorter than the other wheeled gear bags in this list, but it’s also about $100 cheaper.

This bag is at the entry level of wheeled bags that will also double as a travel bag that is tough enough to handle air travel. You will really be making a statement with this unique design.

8. Fox Racing Podium Sports Gear Bag

Fox Racing Podium Sports Gear bag

This is a full-size gear bag for those who don’t want the wheels.

If your bag only goes from your garage to the truck to the track, then you can just throw the Podium Sports gear bag over your shoulder and you’re good to go.

This bag is the same size as the Shuttle gear bag below, just without the rollers, and about $80 cheaper

The top flap pocket is ideal for smaller items like googles that you don’t want to be crushed, or for gloves and jersey.

Directly under the top flap is the access to the main compartment which is easily big enough for all your body armor, neck brace, knee protectors, pants etc.

The two ventilated end pockets are big enough to put both boots in one end, and your helmet in the other. It’s great to be able to get your helmet in a separate compartment protected from the boots and body armor.

The change mat is in a zippered pocket at the bottom of the bag and is great for getting your gear on in muddy or dusty conditions. There is also a small zippered side pocket above it.

The ventilation is also a great feature, especially in the helmet and boot compartments

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 35″ (89cm)Long x 15″(38cm) Wide x 16″(40.5cm) High
  • Large main compartment for gear storage
  • Large vented boot compartments on each end of the bag
  • Top pocket for your goggle storage
  • Large internal pull-out changing mat at the bottom of the bag
  • Padded shoulder strap so that you can easily handle it, plus some heavy duty handles on the ends and top
  • Durable 600D Polyester fabric construction

Pros

  • Top quality from a name brand manufacturer
  • Ventilated end compartments
  • Comes with a change mat

Cons

  • Would be great if the main compartment was vented also

9. Fox Racing 2019 Shuttle Gear Bag

Fox Racing 2019 Shuttle Gear bag

The Fox Racing 2019 Shuttle is another gear bag that will also double up as a travel bag.

Whether you’re using it for a day at the track, or for overseas travel, this bag does it all.

This bag is the same size as the Podium Sports gear bag above, just with the wheels added.

The top flap pocket is ideal for smaller items like googles that you don’t want to be crushed, or for gloves and jersey.

Directly under the top flap is the access to the main compartment which is easily big enough for all your body armor, neck brace, knee protectors, pants etc.

The two ventilated end pockets are big enough to put both boots in one end, and your helmet in the other. It’s great to be able to get your helmet in a separate compartment protected from the boots and body armor.

Fox Racing Shuttle Gear Bag Mat

The change mat is in a zippered pocket at the bottom of the bag and is great for getting your gear on in muddy or dusty conditions. There is also a small zippered side pocket above it.

The ventilation is also a great feature, especially in the helmet and boot compartments.

The bag will stand on its end when fully loaded, and the retractable pull handle and wheels make it a breeze when you’re shuffling through airport queues.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 35″ (89cm)Long x 15″(38cm) Wide x 16″(40.5cm) High
  • Large main compartment for gear storage
  • Large vented boot compartments on each end of the bag
  • Top pocket for goggle storage
  • Large internal pull-out changing mat at the bottom of the bag
  • Padded shoulder strap so that you can easily handle it, plus some heavy duty handles on the ends and top
  • Durable 600D Polyester fabric construction
  • Durable urethane wheels
  • Retractable aluminum handle with rubber grip

Pros

  • Top quality from a name brand manufacturer
  • Ventilated end compartments
  • Comes with a change mat

Cons

  • Would be great if the main compartment was vented also

The Fox Racing 2019 Shuttle and its wheel-less brother the Podium Sports are two trusted gear bags from the respected Fox Racing, so you know the design has been developed over years of experience in the MX accessory field.

10. Klim Kodiak Gear Bag

Klim Kodiak gear bag

The Klim Kodiak has recently been redesigned from the wheels up. It now gives you maximum storage capacity and intelligent compartmentalizing inside the bag.

As with all Klim products, whether it’s adventure gloves, jackets, pants, or gear bags, you’re buying the absolute best in quality without the compromises.

The Klim Kodiak gear bag is also suitable for carrying snowmobile and ski gear. Theres plenty of room for all the bulky ski gear, and ski boots.

There are so many features that it is hard to list them all, so I’ve included this video to give you a better look.

 There are features in this bag you won’t find on any other bag, like the semi-rigid boot bag which keeps your boots separate from the rest of your gear and velcros into place.

You will also love the folding baseboard with can be used to separate your helmet from the rest of the gear.

The bag is stable when standing up, even when full, so this makes it great at airports when shuffling along in a queue.

There are heaps of grab handles which make it easy for loading and unloading into the car, and the rigid plastic handle on the bottom helps the stability when standing the bag on end.

The whole underside of the lid has a multitude of pockets. The top pocket is even big enough for a helmet or can open rolled open to allow you to stand your boots up below it if you prefer.

Features

  • Gear bag measurements: 36″(91cm) Long x 18″(45.7cm) Wide x 18″(45.7cm) High
  • Structural skeleton ensure that your bag stands up when loaded or unloaded
  • The compartmentalized design separates your boots, helmet, goggles and other items in dedicated spaces
  • Oversized 90mm wheels provide higher ground clearance and allow easier movement over uneven ground
  • Internal semi-rigid boot liner bag which velcros into place and keeps boots separate from the rest of your gear
  • YKK heavy duty zippers throughout
  • Large internal lid zippered pockets, the top one rolls open to allow standing boot storage
  • Zippered lid mesh pockets
  • 2 interior mesh pockets on the sides for the smaller items like gloves or tear-offs
  • Two exterior pockets (the top one is fleece lined, ideal for goggles)
  • Lightweight and sturdy extruded retractable handle to make maneuvering easy
  • Four external grab handles (1 molded foot grab, and 3 heavy-duty webbing handles) for easy lifting of the bag
  • High-impact plastic corner armor to exterior impact zones
  • Comes with a large change mat for keeping your feet clean when getting your gear on

Pros

  • More features than any other gear bag on the market
  • One of the largest bags on the market
  • Top quality throughout from a well known and respected brand

Cons

  • Some airlines may consider this bag oversize and charge extra, best to check with the airline if flying

When only the best will do, it’s hard to go past the Klim Kodiak gear bag. Sure, it’s expensive, but read some of the reviews on it and you’re hard pressed to find a buyer who doesn’t think its worth every cent. Just click the link below to see what others are saying about it.

Final Thoughts

All of these gear bags are well built and do the job they’re designed for.

The right one for you depends on your budget and your intended use.

My pick: 

If you are looking for a durable MX style bag for well under the $100 price, that is only fractionally smaller than the over $200 bags, from a name brand manufacturer, it’s hard to go past the O’Neal TX8000.

It has the separate compartments and easily big enough for all your gear, plus a few extras.

If you are looking for a wheeled gear bag that does it all, including the option of being used as a travel bag, but you don’t want to spend over $200, the Ogio Hex Big Mouth Wheeled Gear bag is unique and takes a lot of beating for value and quality.

Of course, if you simply want the best there is, with no compromise, it can only be the Klim Kodiak Gear bag

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Is there a gear bag that should be included in this list? If you have a bag which has stood the test of time and you can highly recommend, please feel free to share your thoughts.

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6 thoughts on “10 Best Gear Bags For Dirt Bikes 2018

  1. I’m not into riding dirt bikes but my nephew is. I showed him this article and he gave me his opinions and they almost matched mine.

    We both agreed that the bag should be durable, not too heavy, have enough room for storage of everything, and at a minimal price.

    The Fox Racing 2019 Podium bag seems to be the choice because it has just about what we would be looking for. At least he is because he rides, for me I would choose it if I did ride.

    But the bottom line is that you wrote a nice review for each one of the bags and it makes it tough to choose just one. I’m glad my nephew was interested as well!

    1. Hi Rob. Yes the Fox Racing 2019 Podium is a good choice. It’s as big as the more expensive bags, has all the features and is only $100. It certainly is a tough choice, they are all good bags, but the main things are durability and room for everything as you say.

      Thanks for your comments

      Greg

  2. I’m not a biker myself but the cousin of my wife is.

    He is a lover of it, but we are angry at him since he doesn’t have the proper gear and it is very dangerous to drive like that.

    So before accidents happen, I will show him this post and force him to buy gear so he is safe and we are relieved.

    Great post and thanks for sharing it!

    You maybe saved a life!

    1. Hi Emmanuel. These gear bags won’t do much to protect him while he’s riding, but there are other posts on my site under Reviews that give info on helmets, boots, jackets, gloves etc. that may be of interest if he doesn’t have the right gear. There’s also a page on riding tips and techniques which he may find helpful.

      Thanks for your comments.

      Greg

  3. My last bike gear bag didn’t even make it past the six month mark, and that was down to me choosing a rather cheap ‘copy’ of a more famous brand. I found myself regularly stuffing it with kit and then struggling to fasten it – this resulted in wear I could not stop. 

    Is there a regular weight or size I should be looking at when purchasing a bag? Also, what bag above would you recommend to someone who carries a lot of kit?

    1. Hi Chris. I don’t think there is a ‘regular’ size because the size all depends on what you want to use it for, but if it’s for carrying gear for a dirt bike, you need a pretty large bag to get helmet, boots and riding gear in. Any of the Fox Racing bags in my review would be plenty big enough. 

      My pick would be either the O’Neal TX8000 or the Fox Racing 2019 Podium Cota because they’re as big as the more expensive bags, but reasonable priced at about $100, and good quality construction from a name brand company.

      For someone who carries a lot of gear, these bags would be ample. If I can be of any more help, just let me know.

      Thanks for your comments.

      Greg

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