A tool bag or pack is a very essential item for any serious off-roader that goes out with the intentions of an adventure. Maybe it’s just the thrill of finding something new with two knobby tires under you, or possibly you like to take off with out an intended path just to see where the day takes you. Through the years of testing countless off-road bikes and putting them through the ringer—never getting lost, of course—we’ve come up with some ways to keep our tools and spare parts stowed away in a very organized, cost effective manner. Packing for a day trip or even a month long trek across a continent, you’ll always appreciate being able to find your tools and parts without digging through a swollen fanny pack.
Chris Denison takes us through some of his methods that he’s picked up over the years and he just might be able to help you tidy up the old pack. The cool part about it is there’s no limit to how orderly you can get your bag. Heck, you might even end up using one of those crazy organizational, vacuum-pack-self-sealing leather cases… Anyways, check it out and always remember: A cleanly put together tool bag is a happy tool bag.