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  1. Eric Hall

    Mosko Moto Scout 60 Duffle

    1 review

    The Scout 60 Duffle, our biggest duffle, is a welded-seam roll-top drybag designed to be mounted on a rear luggage rack. We loaded this bag up with every moto-specific feature we could think of. It quickly converts to a comfortable backpack, complete with padded shoulder straps, an internal stiffener, a waist belt, and a sternum strap. The backpack straps are handy if you breakdown in the middle of nowhere and need to hike out, or when navigating an airport or border crossing on fly-to-ride trips. They're also handy if you need to get your gear to an upstairs hotel room in a single trip. The backpack straps stash flat in an external pocket, and clip to two d-rings on the bottom of the bag. The Scout 60 Duffle includes a unique beavertail with a waterproof map pocket on one side and 5 columns of MOLLE webbing on the other, so you can expand and customize this bag with an assortment optional MOLLE accessories like fuel bottle holders or a hydration sleeve. The beavertail also provides a convenient place to tuck a jacket during the day, or to store wet/dirty things like a rainfly, tarp, or towel. The Scout 60 has side cinch strap pass-throughs (we recommend our Backcountry Cinch Strap) so you don't have to worry about your bag squeezing out to the side of the bike in bumpy terrain. There's an internal stiffener to prevent it from drooping over the side of your bike and burning on the exhaust. The Scout includes a comfortable, padded shoulder strap that stashes away under the beavertail when it's not in use. There are four comfortable, padded carry handles. The Scout Duffle also includes a 20L seam-sealed Drysak, so you can keep dirty/damp clothing, shoes, and other items separate from the rest of your clean/dry belongings. It also has two internal end-pockets with velcro flap closures for storing small items like a headlamp or toothbrush.
  2. 0 reviews

    Our small MOLLE bag works great on the side or bottom panels of any of our panniers, the top panel on any of our duffles, or on any of our rackless systems, as a way to add external tool storage or securely hold fuels bottles. The small MOLLE bag includes 4 MOLLE stix for quick and easy attachment and removal. We designed this pouch to accommodate 1L fuel storage bottles. It also works great for spare tubes, loose tools, water bottles, or a stash of energy bars. Add multiple MOLLE bags for water, fuel, and tool storage on longer trips. Take them off when you don't need the extra space.
  3. 0 reviews

    The Reckless 40L (V2.0) is a rackless pannier/duffle system that easily mounts on any motorcycle, with or without pannier racks. We designed this bag for day trips on larger bikes, baja-style hotel-hopping, or overnight camping from a smaller bike. The Reckless 40 is 100% waterproof, with three separate removable welded-seam drybags that slide/strap into an outer harness, which stays attached to the bike. If you’re setting up a new bike, the Reckless system saves you the added weight and expense of metal pannier racks, while still providing a traditional 3-bag organizational system (i.e. two side panniers and a rear duffle). All three drybags have roll-top closures, and they can be easily and individually accessed throughout the day, so you don't have to mess with the holster attachment straps to get to food, clothes, or tools. The side drybags have clear panels on the front, so you can tell which bag has what you need, and they have stiffeners in the back to reduce movement while riding and make it easier to slide into the holster. They also have webbing handles at the bottom, so they can be more easily pulled into the holster. The center bag on the Reckless 40 is our Stinger 8 Tailbag. It turns into a backpack with mesh backpack straps that unfold from inside the bag, in case you want to go for a day hike on your ride, or run into town for errands. The Stinger 8 also has 4 sewn-on connection straps with matching ladderlocks, so it can be rigged as a standalone fender bag, tail bag, or pannier topper without the Reckless 40 harness. The Reckless 40 has separate rear pockets on both sides, which are perfect for storing fuel bottles, water bottles, tools, and tubes. The two overlapping rear beavertails are a great spot to tuck a motorcycle jacket when it’s not in use, or to store wet things - like a rainfly, towel, or campsite garbage – that you don't want inside your drybag. The rear beavertail has a padded goggle pocket which also fits a Spot, InReach, or cell phone. On the inside surface of the front beavertail there's a mesh pocket for storing wet/dry items (like toothbrush/paste) or bike documents inside a waterproof baggie. The Reckless 40L comes with one laser-cut aluminum exhaust heat shield. Please Note: a) Every Reckless 80 and Reckless 40 comes with an included heat shield. Please use the heat shield! Exhaust and exhaust heat burns are not covered by your warranty. Before you leave for your trip, we recommend checking and double checking that no part of the bag or your bike's plastics are contacting the exhaust. On dual-exhaust bikes or bikes with especially high/exposed pipes, you will need a second heat shield, which is available for purchase in the 'Hardware & Parts" section of our website. When installing the Reckless system on your bike, please make sure the exhaust is not blowing directly on the bag. In general, make sure the bag is not touching or close to extreme heat; go physically around the bag daily, cinch it tight, and make any necessary adjustments. The Reckless 80 and Reckless 40 were designed for rugged riding. They have a durable hypalon and ballistic nylon backing that can rub against the plastic parts of the bike, resulting in minor abrasion. Please take precautions if you do not want your bike parts marred by placing a clear adhesive sheet to where abrasion may occur on your motorcycle. Some examples of protective products are listed below. We suggest taking a short test ride with protection applied and with a loaded Reckless installed on the bike to assure satisfactory results. Allstar Performance Tape 3M Polymask Protective Tape c) There are many "wear points" on the Reckless system that are different on every bike. These could be on the bottom of the bag - where the harness touches the bike or luggage rack - or on the drybags themselves, where they contact the harness, tent poles, or other items. After your first day or two of riding, please inspect the bags carefully, identify high-friction wear points, and either remedy the friction or apply a sacrificial 'patch' that can be periodically replaced before the bag itself is damaged. In particular, it is normal for the fabric on the bottom of the harness to show wear, and this does not affect the structural integrity of the bag nor its waterproofing.
  4. 0 reviews

    Our Scout 25L (25 Liters per side) pannier is streamlined and minimalist, designed for offroad and enduro-style riding. The Scout is a great bag for riders with compact camping gear who like to travel light. It's 100% waterproof, with removable welded-seam internal liners made from 22oz pvc, and features our proprietary wedge mount system for super easy mounting/dismounting from the bike. The sidewalls are made from 1680d ballistic nylon with hypalon MOLLE webbing panels (double strip) on the front and rear. Use the panels to add small MOLLE pouches for external tool, fuel, or fluid storage. The front panel is 22oz pvc with a hypalon armor panel at the bottom and an internal PE stiffener to hold the shape. All the front buckles are made from stamped aluminum. Kit Includes: - two panniers (right/left) with frames - two mounting wedges - a hardware pack (8 aluminum pucks, 8 washers, and 16 6mm screws). Cutout Pannier Rack Note: Bikes with stock racks and a pannier exhaust cutout (like the R1200GSA or F800GSA for example) require an additional adapter. Check the 'Hardware & Parts' section of our site, or email us with questions.
  5. 3 reviews

    Overview The Backcountry 35 is our flagship product, designed for long-distance adventure touring, hardcore enduro-style riding, and camping from your bike. With bomb-proof construction and heavy-duty materials, these bags can really take a beating. Our quick-mount wedge system makes it easy to take the panniers on/off the bike so you can store them in your tent or have them by the fire without wrestling with straps. Six side compression straps enable you to expand or compress the volume for different trip lengths. The front beavertail and rear pocket provide plenty of quick-stash spots for things that you need quick access to, like tools, tubes, or rain gear. The removable internal drybag features a separate closure system made from 22 oz PVC with welded seam construction, so your belongings always stay completely dry no matter how much abuse the outer bag takes. And with the unique MOLLE expansion system, you can add capacity as needed, and store all your fluids (gas, water, camp fuel) outside the drybag. Think of it like a backpacking frame pack for your bike. This is THE system for long distance or international touring. Kit includes two panniers (right/left) with frames, two mounting wedges, and a hardware pack (8 aluminum pucks, 8 washers, and 16 8mm screws). Features - Wedge mounting system made from high density polyethylene for one click on/off mounting and removal from bike. - High quality powder coated steel rotary draw attachment latches. - Removable interior liner made from 22oz PVC material with welded seams, for a 100% waterproof seal. - Front compression buckles made from aluminum not plastic, so they won’t break in a crash. - Front/Rear panels made from 22oz PVC material for easy washing, extra water resistance, and abrasion resistance. - Side panels made from Ballistic Nylon material. Roll tops made from high quality ripstop material for easy, compact rolling. - Front beavertail provides even load compression, total abrasion protection, and can be peeled back from the bag for easy sewn repairs. It’s also a very convenient spot to tuck things throughout the day, like a wet rainfly, rain jacket, garbage, ice, etc. - Rear roll-top external pocket is perfect for tools, spare tubes, tire levers, or air pump. Things you need quick access to throughout the day without digging through your pannier. - Front and bottom MOLLE panels for quick attachment/removal of MOLLE accessories such as hydration bladder, extra storage, fuel bottles, etc. Easily add additional water, fuel, or tool storage via optional MOLLE compatible accessories,. - Quickly locks closed and to the bike via cinch cable lock. - 4 side compression straps, 1 bottom compression strap, and 1 large top compression strap, plus a roll-top closure, for superior compression/expansion capabilities. - High quality aluminum mounting pucks will fit almost any existing pannier rack up to 20mm diameter whether square or round. Tested racks include Touratech, Happy trails, Hepco Becker, Andy Strapz, and Wolfman. - Internal front and rear stiffeners so the bag holds it’s shape and will not sag, even under a heavy load. - Stainless steel mounting hardware.
  6. 0 reviews

    The Backcountry pannier is our flagship product, designed for long-distance adventure touring, hardcore enduro-style riding, and camping from your bike. It is available in three sizes: 1) 35 Liter kit 2) 25 Liter kit 3) 25L/35L Offset kit for bikes with asymmetrical pannier racks. With bomb-proof construction and heavy-duty materials, these bags can really take a beating. Our quick-mount wedge system makes it easy to take the panniers on/off the bike so you can store them in your tent or have them by the fire without wrestling with straps. Six side compression straps enable you to expand or compress the volume for different trip lengths. The front beavertail and rear pocket provide plenty of quick-stash spots for things that you need quick access to, like tools, tubes, or rain gear. The removable internal drybag features a separate closure system made from 22 oz PVC with welded seam construction, so your belongings always stay completely dry no matter how much abuse the outer bag takes. And with the unique MOLLE expansion system (large and small sizes available), you can add capacity as needed, and store all your fluids (gas, water, camp fuel) outside the drybag. Think of it like a backpacking frame pack for your bike. This is THE system for long distance or international touring. Kit Includes: - two panniers (right/left) with frames - two mounting wedges - a hardware pack (8 aluminum pucks, 8 washers, and 16 6mm screws). Offset Note: To order offset 35/25L Panniers, go to the product page for the Backcountry 35L Pannier. Cutout Pannier Rack Note: Bikes with stock racks and a pannier exhaust cutout (like the R1200GSA or F800GSA for example) require an additional adapter. Check the 'Hardware & Parts' section of our site, or email us with questions.
  7. 1 review

    The Backcountry Duffle is available in two sizes, a 40L version and a 30L version. This moto-duffle does it all: it's a duffle, a backpack, and a quick-stash spot during the day. It's a way to keep your wet jacket separate from your dry sleeping bag.It serves as a clean food prep surface next to the campfire and a convenient tool tray for roadside field repairs. Use it as a travel bag on fly-to-ride trips (it fits the airline carry-on restrictions).If you break down, this bag has real-deal backpack straps that deploy from a hidden rear pocket, which will make your hike-out a whole lot easier. The beavertails are extremely helpful for expanding/contracting the volume of the bag, and the double-ended roll top makes it really easy to get at your belongings during the day. Inside the beavertails there's a mesh pocket for wet/fry items (like a toothbrush), a document pocket which works great for maps, or for your bike documents and passport. The document pocket is especially helpful at border crossings where you have to stop at multiple customs offices on both sides of the border. Remove the document pocket, take it inside the customs office with you, then when you're done put it back inside the beavertail and ride over to the next office. That way you can collect all the country specific paperwork in a specific spot. If you need to transport your gear somewhere in a single trip, put the Backcountry Duffle on your back, grab a pannier with each hand, and you're mobile. The Backcountry Duffle uses the same double-layer construction and removable liner as our Backcountry Pannier, so it'll always be 100% waterproof even after years of exposure to abrasion and campfire sparks. The Backcountry Duffle also includes a separate 20L Drysak bag, which can be used to keep dirty/wet items (like shoes or towels) separate from your other belongings.
  8. 2 reviews

    Overview A moto-duffle that does it all: it's a duffle, a backpack, and a quick-stash spot during the day. It's a way to keep your wet jacket separate from your dry sleeping bag. It serves as a clean food prep surface next to the campfire and a convenient tool tray for roadside field repairs. Use it as a travel bag on fly-to-ride trips (it fits the airline carry-on restrictions). If you break down, this bag has real-deal backpack straps that deploy from a hidden rear pocket, which will make your hike-out a whole lot easier. If you need to transport your gear somewhere in a single trip, put the Backcountry 40 on your back, grab a pannier with each hand, and you're mobile. The Backcountry Duffle uses the same double-layer construction and removable liner as our Backcountry Pannier, so it'll always be 100% waterproof even after years of exposure to abrasion and campfire sparks. Features - Double-ended roll top for easy access throughout the day without having to unstrap the duffle from the bike. - Removable interior liner made from 22oz PVC material with welded seams, for a 100% waterproof seal. - Top panel made from heavy weight urethane material for easy washing, excellent abrasion resistance, and extra water resistance. - Double overlapping beavertail made from Ballistic Nylon for extreme abrasion resistance. - Front/Rear panels made from 22oz PVC material for easy washing, extra water resistance, and abrasion resistance. - 4 aluminum corner d-rings and a front daisy-chain for quick attachment of straps and accessories. - Beavertail features a unique through-strap mounting system, making it an ideal spot to tuck things throughout the day without having to get inside the bag. For example, a place to put your moto jacket when it gets too hot, or a place to stash a wet rainfly when camping. - With side compression straps, two roll tops, and a double overlapping beavertail, the duffle can be expanded and compressed significantly to accommodate different volume loads. - Top beavertail MOLLE panel enables quick attachment/removal of MOLLE accessories such as hydration bladder, extra storage, fuel bottles, etc. Easily add additional water, fuel, or tool storage via optional MOLLE compatible accessories,. - Quick-stash backpack straps and a padded back panel for easy carrying. One carry handle at each end and also a mid-bag briefcase carry handle too.
  9. Eric Hall

    Mosko Moto Nomad Tank Bag

    1 review

    Inspired by the hydration packs we use for backcountry skiing and mountain biking, we set out to design a completely different kind of tank bag. Meet: the Nomad! After talking to hundreds of riders around the world, and combining that input with our own personal wants and needs, we decided that, rather than start with a traditional ‘toaster’ shape, we would divide the Nomad’s space into six vertical layers, each with its own specific mission. We compiled a massive list of the things people store in their tank bags and found the majority of the items on the list were very small. A vertical layout maximizes the utilization of space without making the bag too tall. The top layer of the Nomad features three columns of MOLLE webbing, which can be used to mount an included waterproof map pocket, or other MOLLE-compatible items that you might want quick access to. For example, it’s a great place to store a MOLLE-compatible multi-tool, fixed blade knife, or protective cell phone holder. MOLLE webbing enables you to customize the rider-facing top layer of the Nomad to suit your individual travel style. Some riders like a map pocket, some riders don’t. Below the MOLLE webbing, the next layer is an expandable beavertail. If you already have some of our other bags, then you know just how handy a beavertail can be. On the Nomad, the beavertail serves as a quick-stash spot for things like sunglasses, gloves, snacks, or even a small DSLR camera. If you use it for your DSLR, we provided webbing loops on the beavertail side bellows, so you can clip the D-rings on your camera case directly to the bag. Inside of the beavertail we added a pocket for a Delorme InReach or SPOT beacon, and there’s even a gated clip to hold your GPS/camera/InReach lanyards so nothing tumbles out when the bike goes down. The third layer zips back into your lap, and is specifically designed for small-item organization: things like charging cables, pens, change, batteries, earplugs, chapstick, passport, and bike documents. There are six mesh pockets, three elastic cable holders, two pen holders, and a fleece-lined glasses pocket. No more tangled soup of miscellaneous items floating around in the bottom of your tank bag, everything has a home. The next layer is a large open compartment, featuring plenty of space for bulkier items like extra maps, spare gloves, wallet, CCW, and food. There are two large mesh pockets (one with side-walls and one flat), which are available if you need them, but compress out of the way if you don’t. Also, for contact lens wearers, on the foam-reinforced sidewall there’s a removable lens case holder, which can be rotated to keep the cases vertical depending on the orientation of the bag. Under the main compartment, accessible from a pocket at the bottom of the bag, there’s a long, flat pocket that accommodates a 1.8L Platypus hydration reservoir, which is included with the bag. In warmer climates and on long distance trips, it’s really nice to relocate the weight of your drinking water from your back to the tank. If you’d rather keep the Nomad as tight as possible to the bike, and/or if you’d like to maximize space in the main compartment, you can remove the reservoir and store it elsewhere on the bike. With the hydration reservoir removed, there’s a large patch of hook/loop Velcro in this pocket, which is also a convenient spot for a CCW. The sixth and final layer of the Nomad houses a quick-stash spot for two sewn-on, crushable backpack straps. Simply un-clip the Nomad from the bike, pull out the backpack straps, clip them to the D-rings at the bottom of the bag, and the Nomad converts into a fully functioning hydration pack. The side straps, which normally connect the Nomad to the bike, now become your waist strap. We use these backpack straps on dualsport trips all the time, from morning hikes to running errands around town. And the best part is that the Nomad doesn’t look or feel like a ‘tank bag on your back.’ It looks and feels like a real backpack. The Nomad includes a waterproof rain cover, with a welded-seam top panel and sealed seams on the side, to keep all your belongings dry even in a heavy downpour. There’s a stash-spot for the rain cover on the top of the bag, and a clip to keep it connected to the Nomad so it doesn’t get lost. After two years of work, and so much input from the riding community, we’ve tried our best to design the ultimate adventure touring tank bag. We hope you agree! Notes: Due to the Nomad’s long torso, it may not fit on smaller bikes or bikes without a front gas tank. This is a brand new bag, so we’ll be learning a lot about which bikes it fits on and which it doesn’t. We specifically designed the Nomad to sit much farther forward on the bike than a typical tank bag. It’s not uncommon for the top of the bag to extend over the handlebars on some bikes. We recommend rigging it as far forward as possible. The Nomad expands & contracts as needed. If you prefer a tight fitting tank bag with a low profile, remove the hydration reservoir and map pocket, and cinch it down tight to the bike. For more capacity, take full advantage of the beavertail.
  10. 0 reviews

    The Stinger 22L is an incredibly versatile welded-seam roll-top drybag designed to be mounted as a tail/fender bag on smaller bikes, or as a topper on hard-sided panniers and/or top boxes. It also turns into a backpack, in case you need a daypack for hiking into a hot spring, or making a quick trip to town for supplies. The backpack straps stash away in a flat external pocket, and clip to two d-rings on the bottom of the bag. The Stinger 22 has a document pocket on the front with a water resistant zipper, and 4 loop cutouts on the outside of the pocket for attaching things like carabiners or a leatherman. It has strap pass-throughs on the side of the bag (we recommend either the Backcountry Cinch Strap or the Simple Cinch Strap), so you don't have to worry about the bag squeezing out from under your straps in bumpy terrain. The Stinger 22L also works great inside our Reckless 80L harness.
  11. Daddy No Fun

    KTM 1290 Super Adventure (2015)

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    Saying that I am in love with this bike would be an understatement. Out of all the motorcycles I have owned throughout the years, the 1290 SA has been my favorite. Modifications: Rottweiler Stage 3 Intake Kit Blackdog Skid Plate Cyclops LED Headlights Cyclops LED Lightbar Mosko Moto Backcountry Bags Blackdog Oil Cooler Guard Rottweiler Stage 2 SAS and Canister Delete Rottweiler CRG Mirros Rox Risers Sagent Custom Seats SW Motech Rear Master Cylinder Guard
  12. Eric Hall

    Mosko Moto Scout 25 Duffle

    0 reviews

    The Scout 25 is a welded-seam roll-top drybag designed to be mounted on a rear luggage rack or as a topper for hard-sided panniers and/or top boxes. It also converts into a comfortable backpack, complete with padded shoulder straps, a waist belt, and a sternum strap. The backpack straps are handy if you breakdown and need to hike out, or when navigating an airport or border crossing on fly-to-ride trips. They're also handy when you need to get all your gear to an upstairs hotel room in a single trip. The backpack straps stash flat in an external pocket, and clip to two d-rings on the bottom of the bag. The Scout 25 Duffle includes a unique beavertail with a waterproof map pocket on one side and 5 columns of MOLLE webbing on the other, so you can expand and customize this bag with an assortment of optional MOLLE accessories like fuel bottle holders or a hydration sleeve. The beavertail also provides a convenient place to tuck a jacket during the day, or to store wet/dirty things like a rainfly, tarp, or towel. The Scout 25 has side cinch strap pass-throughs (we recommend our Backcountry Cinch Strap) so you don't have to worry about your bag squeezing out to the side of the bike in bumpy terrain. There's an internal stiffener to prevent it from drooping over the side of your bike and burning on the exhaust. The Scout includes a comfortable, padded shoulder strap that stashes away under the beavertail when it's not in use. There are two comfortable, padded carry handles at the ends of the bag, and two webbing handles on the side. The Scout Duffle also includes a 20L seam-sealed Drysak, so you can keep dirty/damp clothing, shoes, and other items separate from the rest of your clean/dry belongings. It also has two internal end-pockets with velcro flap closures for storing small items like a headlamp or toothbrush.
  13. Chris Hunt

    Mosko Moto Reckless 80L

    4 reviews

    The Reckless 80L is a rackless pannier/duffle system that easily mounts on any motorcycle, with or without pannier racks. We designed this bag for minimalist offroad riding/camping. It's perfect for BDR-style trips on any size bike, from a big BMW 1200GSA down to a smaller 250 dualsport. The Reckless is 100% waterproof, with three separate removable 22oz PVC welded-seam drybags that slide/strap into an outer "holster" system which stays attached to the bike. If you're setting up a new bike, the Reckless system saves you the added weight and expense of metal pannier racks, while still providing a traditional 3-bag organizational system (two side panniers and a duffle). All three drybags have roll-top closures, and they can be easily accessed throughout the day, so you don't have to mess with the holster attachment straps to access your food, clothes, or tools. The Reckless 80 has separate rear pockets on both sides, which are perfect for storing extra gas, water, tools, and tubes. The overlapping rear beavertails are a perfect spot to tuck a motorcycle jacket when it's not in use, or to store wet things - like a tent rainfly, towel, or campsite garbage – that you don't want inside your drybag. The inside panels of the beavertails include a tent pole holder, a removable map pocket, and a mesh pocket for wet/dry items like toothbrush/toothpaste. The Reckless 80L comes with a laser-cut aluminum exhaust heat shield and three attachment brackets for bikes without luggage loops.
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