What’s worse than cleaning dirt bikes? That definitely has to be cleaning out your car, truck or van, which is full of gear that is scattered all over. Still, that’s not as bad as having to make sure you’ve got all the gear for the next ride, only to discover that you don’t… but only when it’s too late. When it comes to riding, even if you’re a weekend warrior, preparation is the key – and that’s where the Ogio Rig comes in.
No, it won’t help you with your riding, but it will help you be organised and be ready to ride your moto sooner, without all the messing about trying – and sometimes, failing – to find all your gear.
The Rig 9800 from Ogio is probably the most coveted gear bag on the market, which is why it is used by so many rider, if only for its function.
Function? You can use any old bag for the purpose of carrying gear around, right?
Sure you can.
But you’ll end with scratched lenses on your goggles, as well as mud and dirt all through your clean gear. Plus, for those organised people, there’s nothing like having your kit all good and ready to go. From having your goggles in a secure and padded pocket, or your gloves in a mesh sleeve that keeps them together, to the main section that has adjustable partitions to keep your jersey and pants separate from your armour.
The best thing about a moto gearbag is the construction, meaning it won’t collapse under its own weight, so you won’t have to drag a toppling bag through the pits or an airport. The construction of all Ogio luggage – from hydration packs to gear bags – is second to none, so it is up to the challenge, meaning it will stand the test of time.
– SLED chassis
– Large main compartment
– iFOM foam panel construction
– Heavy duty oversized wheels
– Telescopic pull handle
– Dimensions: 86cm L x 42cm W x 38.7cm D
– Weight: 6.44kg
– Holds: 160 Litres