The Reckless 10 is a storage solution for small and midsized thumpers. The Reckless 10 can radically transform your trail-riding experience, by taking all the weight of tools, tubes, snacks, jacket, and extra fuel out of your backpack and off your back, and transferring it to the bike instead. You’re still carrying all the weight either way, but now it’s on the bike, and not weighing you down.
The side legs of the R10 harness come with two RF welded-seam drybags, which are completely impervious to water. If it rains heavily, or if you drop your bike in a water crossing, you don’t have to worry about a bunch of rusted tools or a water-logged camera. You can also replace one of the side bags with a large MOLLE pouch, and store a hydration reservoir for drinking water instead.
With the R10, you can also extend your range by providing a spot to carry up to 5 extra fuel bottles: 4 in the harness, one in an optional add-on MOLLE bottle holder on the exhaust side of the bike. The fuel bottles slide directly into the harness, and connect to each other with a leash (the leash is provided on the bottom of the R10 drybag). This is an easy and relatively inexpensive way to extend your range without purchasing a large aftermarket desert tank.
The removable beavertail in the center of the R10 harness is perfect for a rolled up windbreaker or rain jacket. The clips that attach it are gated, so you can remove the beavertails, or you can re-orient them to run perpendicular to the bike if you want to add in a third drybag for extra storage capacity. A Tracker 10, Stinger 8, or large MOLLE pouch fits great here.
The Tracker 10 includes two mounting cleats, which can be bolted to the rear fender of the bike, providing a convenient lash point for the rear connection straps. For a more permanent and secure mounting option, you can also drill directly through the harness and mount it directly to the rear fender (this will not void your warranty).
a) Every Reckless systemcomes 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.
b) The Reckless systems 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.
c) There are many "wear points" on the Reckless system that are different on every bike. See this videofor examples. 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.
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Mounted up the bags a few days prior to a 3 day/ 650 mile off road trip. Very happy with quality, fit, and functionality of bags. From short use the durability seems there, but would need a few more thousand miles to attest. The only suggestion is to place some clear film/ graphics on plastics to minimize decolorization of plastics. Was able to store a change of clothes, hammock, spare tube, camp towel, rain jacket, spot device, gorilla tape, multiple socks/ underwear, and a few smaller items, along with a light weight vest strapped to the top.. Sufficient for a few days if you can pack light, rarely noticed it while riding on anything but steepest downhills. Would highly recommend for the average user to always keep on the bike, or for someone who can get away without luxuries for a multiple day adventure.
I am never disappointed with my Mosko gear an in fact as the years go by I’m more impressed .My reckless 40 V1.0 an tracker 10 is holding up after so many thousands of off-road miles an smiles . Recently I added a the new Pico tank bag, pinner tool roll along with the reckless 10 so I could lighten the load . Same excellent quality I expected from Mosko and again they did not disappoint . The small tank bag is a nice upgrade from a smaller non waterproof bag from another manufacturer. It’s just large enough to be use without being to big an I purchased the nav pouch as well . The reckless 10 is awesome as well it’s a micro version of what I’m used to . Same brilliant design an bomber construction. The pinner tool roll solved needing to stow tools in the larger side bags taking up valuable space an helped me organize an dial in my repair kit . The pinner is awesome kit ,an it can get fat so unless you need a suitcase for tools consider it over the Fatty. I reversed the beaver tail on the reckless an now run the tool roll there across the seat . I run two Mosko one liters pouches (molle) attached to the underside of each bag . Extra fuel done an out of the way ,bingo ..Now what to do with the top two molle attachments time will tell ? I never regret in investing in a Mosko gear , a lot of other gear I thought I wanted came an went and is now off the bike on a shelf somewhere. Grow old with Mosko , I think their gear will outlast me .
PS .. great folks to work with , they’ve gone out of there way to scramble an get me stuff in a hurry an even sent me a few used straps for free so I could continue to ride
Excellent build quality and easy to mount. I wish the main straps were a bit longer to allow it to sit further back on the rack and still latch to the heel guards. This is specific to the 690 with the rear tank. Other than that, quick delivery, and these things are bomb-proof and will last forever. The Molle sticks are nice too, to add bottle holders I'll use for fuel or water.
I looked up every set of bags I could online. I kept coming back to the Mosko Moto. After now having the reckless 10L for a few weeks I am so impressed with the quality and ease of use. I have many rides on them and again the quality is fantastic. I have now attached a 2L on each side one for water and one for fuel. This setup is great for the day ride and more. I went for a light weight setup. When I camp off bike I use the 8L addition to the system. I wouldn’t buy any other bag system. Fantastic product with great service.
The Mosko Reckless 10L bags are by far my favorite way to carry essentials on my dirt bike or even dual sport during day rides. They are small enough to not get in your way but hold a surprising amount of stuff. Tools, water, spare tube, etc… all fit no problem. The top beavertail also allows for tons of extra storage when needed. Mosko’s dry bag system is also unmatched in quality by any other saddle bags I’ve tried. Definitely give these a try if you are looking to ditch the backpack while riding.