|1998 - Moto-Sport Panniers
concentrating on aluminum panniers for
BMW GS motorcycles.
1999 - Moto-Sport Panniers incorporated in Colorado
- metal fabrication
remains in California and expands model line
types of Adventure/Dual Sport motorcycles
2000 - Yukon and Yukon II semi rigid luggage introduced
Mounted soft luggage at the time, it set the stage for
into new territory including dirt bikes.
2001 - Dirt-Bagz Scout is officially
saddlebag system specifically for off road and dual
motorcycles. Developed to fill the need off road riders
are using this type of bike for more than
just day trips.
2003 - Dirt-Bagz Ranger introduced
customer feedback the larger Ranger bag was
The Ranger features 30% more capacity without
overall mounted width or ground clearance.
2005 - 1,000th Dirt-Bagz Set is sold!
name is introduced - The new name reflects
product line that is not solely dirtbike or Dirt-Bagz
as the Fender support for XR650R
2006 - Ballistic Nylon replaces Cordura for Dirt-Bagz Production
customers requests, the material change added
durability, better scuff and fade resistance as well as
easier care. The new
material is a hit with customers.
2008 - Moto-Sport Panniers shuffles the deck.
founding partners amicably split up, aluminum
continues under one of original partners
and is re-named MS
Panniers it is officially separated from
Panniers. All Dirt-Bagz/DBZ Products production
is moved to
2009 - 2,500th Dirt-Bagz Set is sold!
line is expanded with the addition of the Flat Top
model applications now number 24.
2010 - Dirt-Bagz line is updated
New, more durable webbing and thicker plastic rear panel
All zippers are upgraded for ease of use and
durability. The Flat Top
duffle now comes with a removable
2011 - 30 motorcycle model applications now available
Weatherproof Liner bags and DBZ Products designed Tool
2013 - DBZ Products On the Move!
Moto-Sport Panniers Inc. name officially changed to
Products Inc. All operations and production are moved to
Arizona. Yuma Carry Rack is introduced for limited models.
the story continues.........
Founders - Colorado Trip