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Bill Babcock
Mosko Reckless on a KTM 390 ADV

I'm a clumsy moose--220 pounds, 6'1", and 75 years old. I've been riding motorcycles since I was 15, I have lots of bikes, and most of them gather dust these days because I've fallen back in love with small-ish dirt bikes. The switch to 500+ pound dirt bikes is actually a fairly recent thing. When I was racing bikes in the desert it was 125's, 250's, and the big bikes were 360cc. All singles, and all under 300 pounds. Adventure bikes aren't racing bikes--I get that, but when I dropped my GS1150 trying to load it in my truck and had to use a tractor with a front loader to get it back on two wheels I decided it wasn't really the bike I wanted. So I bought a KTM 390 ADV and set about making it 50 pounds lighter. Then I added a Mosko Moto tank bag and a Reckless Revolver 80l with two Aux Pox 4L bags to carry fuel bottles.

My first reaction to the Reckless system was damn, this is pretty heavy. So much for that 50 pounds I ditched. But then I used the system on a 6 day trip to Idaho that included some of the best sections of the IABDR. The system performed flawlessly. Not only did I find it easy to ride with, but it also carried everything I wanted without making the bike clumsy or unbalanced. Fully loaded it was like a 50-pound pillion passenger that never wiggles around. The quality of all the bags is simply over the top, and every time I think "if this system would just..." I discover that it actually does. The tank bag is completely spooky. It must have some Tardis technology because every time I think I'd like to carry something more in it somehow it accommodates it. I currently carry a full tool kit, a tire plug kit, a combination compressor/jump-starter/flashlight/power pack, two liters of water, a first aid kit, screen wipes and a bottle of glass cleaner, four bic lighters, map and compass, Garmin InReach, knife, leatherman Signal, hat, and extra gloves, and a half dozen Kind bars. Yes, that's nuts, and it's not just all jammed into one open space, it's all in pouches, under straps, or in zippered pockets. I am bizarrely organized in this bag. So yes, I'm a fan, and I will continue to be for a long time. Given how well made this stuff is it will be around when cockroaches rule the planet.

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Steven Elmes
It's Mosko Moto, like you even have to ask how good it is

Built by riders (who ride and travel and kick the stuffing out of whatever they are using) for riders. In an age of cost cutting for profitability, Mosko gear is just well designed, stands the test of time and is worth every single penny (although we are apparently running low on them, so maybe pay with your debit card). These are attached to my Mosko Reckless 80 and I have no doubt will see a lifetime of adventure!

A
Aaron Brown
Just get all of them.

When I first bought my backcountry bag set, I opted for only two of these, because I wasn't sure how much I'd actually use them. I quickly realized how useful they are, and had to come back and add the other two. Just do yourself the favor and fill out all of the available aux pox slots on your bags from the get-go. You'll not regret it.

The only criticism I have for these is that you should prepare yourself in advance to be frustrated while mounting them to the bags. Patience and perseverance will pay off, though: these things are worth it once they're in place :)

I
Izik Avio
Great products

Hey,
Must say that I really like your products and in my opinion they are worth every penny, combining functionality with a unique look that it is a winning combination on a motorcycle.
Delivery and service times are excellent.
Thank you Mosco Moto.

D
Dan Rodemsky
Perfect fit. Easy install!

Pockets that bolt on. Waterproof liners!

Aux Pox – 4L

Color
BLACK
WOODLAND

The 4L Aux Pox mounts on the back and/or front of the Backcountry 25 Pannier, or on the back of each leg of the Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver, using 5 bolts, washers, and tee nuts. It consists of a harness and a removable, welded-seam, roll-top drybag. The harness can also be used without the included drybag, for things like fuel bottles, a hydration reservoir, or a tool roll. At the bottom of the harness is an opening for an MSR dromedary nozzle. There's Hypalon armor along the bottom to the edge to protect against abrasion and reflective panels on the outer face for visibility.

Each individual Backcountry Pannier can fit up to two Aux Pox: one on the front and one on the rear. The Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver can accommodate one 4L Aux Pox on the rear of each harness leg (two total). Or you can remove the Aux Pox entirely for a more minimalist fit.

Compatible Products:

 2021+ KTM 1290 owners: check out these awesome Aux Pox compatible SIDE CARRIERS by Perun Moto! 

 

 

Product Specs
  • Capacity: 4 Liters
  • Width: 6"
  • Depth: 3"
  • Height: 12"
  • Dry Bag Height (unrolled): 21"
Construction + Materials

Bag Care Pointers:

  • Clean with mild soap & water (Simple Green works great!)
  • Allow to air dry thoroughly before storing
  • Remove bags from the bike when not in use
  • Store out of the sun and away from heat sources
  • Wear scars with pride
  • The Reckless harness wear info from the R80 Description

We needed this.

Product Creation at Mosko is an effort born of necessity. Everyone on our team rides – and time on the trail translates to an innovative, always improving product line. Crafting gear that will outperform in even the most harsh riding conditions means we make no compromise, ever.

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
92%
(24)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
8%
(2)
B
Bill Babcock
Mosko Reckless on a KTM 390 ADV

I'm a clumsy moose--220 pounds, 6'1", and 75 years old. I've been riding motorcycles since I was 15, I have lots of bikes, and most of them gather dust these days because I've fallen back in love with small-ish dirt bikes. The switch to 500+ pound dirt bikes is actually a fairly recent thing. When I was racing bikes in the desert it was 125's, 250's, and the big bikes were 360cc. All singles, and all under 300 pounds. Adventure bikes aren't racing bikes--I get that, but when I dropped my GS1150 trying to load it in my truck and had to use a tractor with a front loader to get it back on two wheels I decided it wasn't really the bike I wanted. So I bought a KTM 390 ADV and set about making it 50 pounds lighter. Then I added a Mosko Moto tank bag and a Reckless Revolver 80l with two Aux Pox 4L bags to carry fuel bottles.

My first reaction to the Reckless system was damn, this is pretty heavy. So much for that 50 pounds I ditched. But then I used the system on a 6 day trip to Idaho that included some of the best sections of the IABDR. The system performed flawlessly. Not only did I find it easy to ride with, but it also carried everything I wanted without making the bike clumsy or unbalanced. Fully loaded it was like a 50-pound pillion passenger that never wiggles around. The quality of all the bags is simply over the top, and every time I think "if this system would just..." I discover that it actually does. The tank bag is completely spooky. It must have some Tardis technology because every time I think I'd like to carry something more in it somehow it accommodates it. I currently carry a full tool kit, a tire plug kit, a combination compressor/jump-starter/flashlight/power pack, two liters of water, a first aid kit, screen wipes and a bottle of glass cleaner, four bic lighters, map and compass, Garmin InReach, knife, leatherman Signal, hat, and extra gloves, and a half dozen Kind bars. Yes, that's nuts, and it's not just all jammed into one open space, it's all in pouches, under straps, or in zippered pockets. I am bizarrely organized in this bag. So yes, I'm a fan, and I will continue to be for a long time. Given how well made this stuff is it will be around when cockroaches rule the planet.

S
Steven Elmes
It's Mosko Moto, like you even have to ask how good it is

Built by riders (who ride and travel and kick the stuffing out of whatever they are using) for riders. In an age of cost cutting for profitability, Mosko gear is just well designed, stands the test of time and is worth every single penny (although we are apparently running low on them, so maybe pay with your debit card). These are attached to my Mosko Reckless 80 and I have no doubt will see a lifetime of adventure!

A
Aaron Brown
Just get all of them.

When I first bought my backcountry bag set, I opted for only two of these, because I wasn't sure how much I'd actually use them. I quickly realized how useful they are, and had to come back and add the other two. Just do yourself the favor and fill out all of the available aux pox slots on your bags from the get-go. You'll not regret it.

The only criticism I have for these is that you should prepare yourself in advance to be frustrated while mounting them to the bags. Patience and perseverance will pay off, though: these things are worth it once they're in place :)

I
Izik Avio
Great products

Hey,
Must say that I really like your products and in my opinion they are worth every penny, combining functionality with a unique look that it is a winning combination on a motorcycle.
Delivery and service times are excellent.
Thank you Mosco Moto.

D
Dan Rodemsky
Perfect fit. Easy install!

Pockets that bolt on. Waterproof liners!

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We offer an industry-leading limited lifetime warranty on all our sewn seam bags, and a two year warranty on welded seam bags. Contact us for discounted crash replacement pricing.

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