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The real stuff!

I have had lots of motorcycle bags and luggage. None compare with the durability and usefulness of the Mosko systems. I have both a V80 and a V10 for my KTM 690 Enduro. V10 for long day rides and V80 for multi-day. It is apparent that these systems were designed by riders. They never come loose or shift. The sizes are perfect and I think they will last forever. There are little thoughtful details throughout like the strap retention, tent pole storage, removable document slot, etc. that really make the bags top-notch. Will be buying another set-up when I get my new 890.

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F.R.
perfect size for day ride and typical high quality

perfect for the Reckless 10l!

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J.R.
Reckless 10’s are fantastic.

I wanted a small bag system for my Husqvarna 501 the would not interfere with my riding and yet hold some essentials. The system is by far the highest quality I have seen. I have wore other brands out. This is military grade equipment. I also got the 8 liter bag for the top and the Molle bottle holders for the bottom. A perfect combo for my 501.

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Stinger 8L

I purchased the Stinger 8 in conjunction with a Stinger 22 which is my main tail-bag. I’m using the Stinger 8 as a simple tank bag that I attach using some additional 1” webbing cam buckle straps. With the simplest and most functional aspect being a roll top dry bag for things I need protected from extreme dust and rains which is less often in the Southwest. The only thing that’s a bit strange is the backpack straps have to come from the inside of the bag with the top open, eliminating the purposefulness of the dry bag. I don't think I’ll use the straps often but think it would have made more sense if they were on the exterior as the Stinger 22’s design.

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Stinger 8L Tailbag

Stinger 8L Tailbag

The Stinger 8 is an incredibly versatile roll-top drybag designed to mount as a tail/fender bag on smaller bikes, for carrying tools, tubes and other essentials, or as a topper on hard-side panniers 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 into town for supplies. The backpack straps stash away in an internal pocket, and then deploy through the opening of the bag, clipping to two d-rings on the bottom. When the Stinger is setup as a backpack its capacity is larger than 8L.

On the bottom of the Stinger 8 we added four sewn-on connection straps that loop through ladderlocks on the top of the bag, so you can connect it to fender cleats on a dirt bike, or to a luggage rack or hard-side pannier. When not in use, the straps stash away in a flat pocket on the back. If you prefer to use a different connection system, there are webbing pass-throughs on the top of the bag which can accommodate any kind of strap.

Product Specs
  • Capacity: 8 Liters
  • Width: 8.75"
  • Height: 7.0"
  • Total Length: 15.5"
  • Rolled Length: 11"
  • Weight: 1.34 lb
  • Construction + Materials
  • 800D polyurethane coated (PVC free) with welded-seams
  • Backpack straps that stash away in an internal pocket
  • 4 connection straps to hold the bag on a luggage rack or fender
  • Webbing pass-throughs to keep the bag securely attached to the bike
  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 38 reviews
    100%
    (38)
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    C
    C.L.
    The real stuff!

    I have had lots of motorcycle bags and luggage. None compare with the durability and usefulness of the Mosko systems. I have both a V80 and a V10 for my KTM 690 Enduro. V10 for long day rides and V80 for multi-day. It is apparent that these systems were designed by riders. They never come loose or shift. The sizes are perfect and I think they will last forever. There are little thoughtful details throughout like the strap retention, tent pole storage, removable document slot, etc. that really make the bags top-notch. Will be buying another set-up when I get my new 890.

    F
    F.R.
    perfect size for day ride and typical high quality

    perfect for the Reckless 10l!

    J
    J.R.
    Reckless 10’s are fantastic.

    I wanted a small bag system for my Husqvarna 501 the would not interfere with my riding and yet hold some essentials. The system is by far the highest quality I have seen. I have wore other brands out. This is military grade equipment. I also got the 8 liter bag for the top and the Molle bottle holders for the bottom. A perfect combo for my 501.

    E
    E.
    Stinger 8L

    I purchased the Stinger 8 in conjunction with a Stinger 22 which is my main tail-bag. I’m using the Stinger 8 as a simple tank bag that I attach using some additional 1” webbing cam buckle straps. With the simplest and most functional aspect being a roll top dry bag for things I need protected from extreme dust and rains which is less often in the Southwest. The only thing that’s a bit strange is the backpack straps have to come from the inside of the bag with the top open, eliminating the purposefulness of the dry bag. I don't think I’ll use the straps often but think it would have made more sense if they were on the exterior as the Stinger 22’s design.

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    D.R.

    Stinger 8L Tailbag

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