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T.
I hate tank bags, but….

I really dislike the look of tank bags but this could be one of the the best looking as well as best designed on the market. My practical side absolutely loves the functionality of the new Nomax. I’ve read reviews that people can’t fit their expresso machines in it but if that is what you want, look elsewhere. What it does, is smartly provide a space for all those small quick access items that one needs such as keys, cables, phones, chapstick, eyedrops, ear plugs, pens, wallets, passports, flashlights, leathermans, binoculars etc. Throw in the hydration bladder, and some shoulder straps and you have a quick back pack or bug-out bag. Mosko Moto is pricey, but what you get is unmatched attention to detail and quality. So what don’t I like about it? Well, not much. Version 2.0 really made some good changes….one that I really like is the insulated hydration tube. What I did not like was the fact that the tube is very difficult if not impossible to stow while riding. A quick fix to this is to buy a magnetic camelback replacement for one of the attachments. The only other point I think could be improved would be some pull tabs on the several zippers, but for me, I made my own paracord pulls which I probably like better anyway. So kudos to Mosko Moto for a wonderfully designed bag…..I love it.

D
D.
Nomad replacement

After my Nomad was stolen over a year ago, I've gone through a recycled old bag and a big volume genuine Triumph bag. At this point in my riding career I decided I need something low profile, so when I read about the Nomax replacement, it seemed like a good fit. The Nomax seems to be a cleaner design and not as busy inside, which I like. This time I figured out how to run a security cable to the hydration opening so next time they'll have to cut open the bag if they can't cut my cable. Construction is still solid. I did use it as a knapsack for a few miles. It is not the most comfortable daypack, but works. The hip belt buckle is clever. Conversion was very easy. A few magnets would be nice to keep the from slipping around on the tank, but that probably goes against the adventure biking esthetic. Lack of a clear map pocket is no big deal in this GPS age and the one on the Nomad just got in the way. Of course no room for big volume items, but good for sorting out small items, although you may not find them again. Happy so far.

G
G.C.J.
Absolutely fantastic tank bag!

I have a short commute to work every day (about 20 miles round trip) and had been stashing all the crap like my phone, wallet, shop keys, ear plugs, face mask, gloves, and other various sundries in my jacket pockets. This works, but it gets uncomfortable and there's always the chance to forget an item or two (usually my sunglasses) and I finally broke down and gave a tank bag a try.
I tried a Nelson Rigg, an SWmotech, and a cheap-and-cheerful bag off eBay, and none if them quite hit the spot the way I wanted them too. Either they were too tall or wide, or they just sat /funny/ and rubbed or touched somewhere I didn't want rubbing or touching while I ride. Nothing against those bags, they may or may not work perfectly for someone with a different bike or (probably more to the point) someone who isn't as fussy with how things fit together.
Enter Mosko Moto...
During a deep dive into the bowels of YouTube, I happened across a long term review of the previous version of this bag on a channel (MasonsADV *unaffiliated just a fan*) and seeing how it, and the rest of his Mosko gear had held up for him over thousands of kilometers, I decided to roll the dice on something I originally considered well out of my price range and give it a shot. I'm ridiculously glad I did.

I've been using this bag 6 days a week for the better part of a month and I gotta say, it's one of the most well thought out bags for daily use commuter organization that I've ever used on any bike. Fits on my 2018 KLR650 without any issues of rubbing anything (especially my knees/calves) weird or interfering with the controls whatsoever. There's literally a place for everything and it's all readily accessible. It flattens out fairly small when it's just gotta carry a handful of small items, but when you're about to go off on a weekend adventure you can really stuff this thing full. The water bladder is a great feature and makes staying hydrated while riding so much easier than dealing with a backpack sloshing around.

I'm absolutely sold on this gear and this company. I've already ordered a tail bag (A Scout 25) and when the time comes, I'll be ordering a set of their side luggage as well.

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C.G.
Nomax Tank Bag

Love this bag! Helps store all my liquor and other essentials. Unhooks great, and the backpack straps are great

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M.
Great Tank Bag

I wanted to write a quick review on a fantastic product, the Nomax. I tried to buy the Nomad last year (2020), but it left the website, I thought for good. Low and behold, I recently read an article about version two, the Nomax. I jumped on the site and placed my order (March 2021).

I did not receive an order confirmation email (assume it had to do with my ".org" domain name). So I called customer support, and they said they would resend the order confirmation. I received an email from the customer support person, but never got the 2nd order confirmation email.

The good news was I received my order approx. 7 business days later. Everything was well packaged and sealed. I washed out my bladder and went to look for the mounting instructions. There were none, but thankfully, there were plenty of YouTube videos of folks mounting theirs, so I was able to figure it out. Within 30 minutes my new Nomax was snug-as-a-bug on my BMW RT, and off I went on a ride to test it out.

The product works great. It is well made and durable. I expect a long life from this great product.

I took a road trip a few weeks later, and the bladder was a great addition to the long hours on the road.

I liked the customer service I received, the quality of the product, and would definitely recommend it to other riders.

Nomax Tank Bag

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. The newly updated and renamed ‘Nomax’ (formerly known as ‘Nomad’) comes with a 2L hydration reservoir, and tons of storage for all those little things you used to throw in a tank bag and promptly lose. Best of all, it unclips from the bike quickly and easily and transforms into a fully functional backpack.

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 Nomax'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 Nomax features three columns of MOLLE webbing (made from die cut Hypalon), which can be used to mount our rain-proof MOLLE Map Pocket, or other MOLLE-compatible items like our Navigator Cell Phone Pocket. It's also 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 Nomax to suit your individual travel style. Some riders like a map pocket, some don’t.

Below the MOLLE webbing, the next layer is an expandable beavertail. If you already have some of our other bags, you know how handy a beavertail can be. On the Nomax, 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 the beavertail we added a pocket for an InReach or SPOT, and there's a gated clip to hold your GPS/camera/beacon lanyards so nothing tumbles out if your 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 fourth 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 top of the bag, there's a long, flat pocket that accommodates a 2L hydration reservoir, which is included with the bag. In warmer climates and on long distance trips, you can relocate the weight of your drinking water from your backpack to the tank. If you'd rather keep the Nomax 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.

The sixth and final layer of the Nomax houses a quick-stash spot for two sewn-on, crushable backpack straps. Simply unclip the Nomax from the bike, pull out the backpack straps, clip them to the D-rings at the bottom of the bag, and the Nomax converts into a fully functioning hydration pack. The side straps, which normally connect the Nomax 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 Nomax doesn't feel like a 'tank bag on your back.' It looks, feels, and functions like a normal backpack.

The Nomax includes a waterproof rain cover, with a welded-seam top panel and sealed seams on the side, to keep your belongings dry in a heavy downpour. There's a stash-spot for the rain cover on the top of the bag, and a leash so it doesn't get lost. Also, hidden away in two of the zipper pulls, you’ll find a SIM card tool and storage compartment and a safety whistle for emergencies.

After years of design and development work, plus tons of real world input from the riding community and from our own trips, we've tried our best to design the ultimate adventure touring tank bag. We hope you like it!

Notes:

- Due to the Nomax's long torso, it may not fit on smaller dualsport bikes or bikes without a front gas tank

- We specifically designed the Nomax 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 Nomax 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

Download a PDF of the Nomax's footprint to help with fitment to your bike HERE.

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Easy on/off mounting
Stash Spots
Molle Expandability

Features

  1. 2.0L Hydration reservoir w/ insulated hose
  2. Beavertail stash spot
  3. Quick release mounting system
  4. 6 layers of vertical organization (features hidden inside!)
  5. MOLLE expandability
  6. External beacon pocket (inReach or Spot)
  7. HHMS (hydration hose mgmt. sytem)
  8. Fleece lined sunglasses pocket
  9. Cable pass-through port (charging!)
  10. D-rings for connecting backpack straps
Product Specs
  • *USER MANUAL*
  • Capacity: 7 Liters (not including beavertail)
  • Length: 15"
  • Width: 8.5"
  • Height: 5.5" (not including beavertail)
  • Weight: 3.3 lbs
Construction + Materials
  • Main Body Materials: 1680D Ballistic Nylon
  • Beavertail: 1680D Ballistic Nylon w/ Hypalon panel
  • Rain Cover: Nylon w/ clear PVC welded seam top panel and sealed side seams
  • (optional) MOLLE Map Pocket: waterproof 800D polyurethane coated (PVC free) with welded-seams
  • Internal stiffener to help the bag keep its shape
Kit Includes
  • Nomax tank bag
  • 2.0L Hydrapak reservoir
  • Easy on/off mounting harness
  • Two lower connection straps for mounting
  • Stashable, rain-proof cover
  • 4 heavy duty, cable ties w/metal closure (for mounting!)

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.

"So versatile and user friendly, this makes my rides better in every way. Ease of access for my camera, spare gloves, small tools, wallet, etc... Does everything that I wanted a tank bag to do and then other things I didn't even know I needed. I can't go back to anything else, I'm too spoiled now.”

– Nathaniel, 2018

Customer Reviews

Based on 834 reviews
93%
(775)
3%
(29)
2%
(16)
0%
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1%
(11)
T
T.
I hate tank bags, but….

I really dislike the look of tank bags but this could be one of the the best looking as well as best designed on the market. My practical side absolutely loves the functionality of the new Nomax. I’ve read reviews that people can’t fit their expresso machines in it but if that is what you want, look elsewhere. What it does, is smartly provide a space for all those small quick access items that one needs such as keys, cables, phones, chapstick, eyedrops, ear plugs, pens, wallets, passports, flashlights, leathermans, binoculars etc. Throw in the hydration bladder, and some shoulder straps and you have a quick back pack or bug-out bag. Mosko Moto is pricey, but what you get is unmatched attention to detail and quality. So what don’t I like about it? Well, not much. Version 2.0 really made some good changes….one that I really like is the insulated hydration tube. What I did not like was the fact that the tube is very difficult if not impossible to stow while riding. A quick fix to this is to buy a magnetic camelback replacement for one of the attachments. The only other point I think could be improved would be some pull tabs on the several zippers, but for me, I made my own paracord pulls which I probably like better anyway. So kudos to Mosko Moto for a wonderfully designed bag…..I love it.

D
D.
Nomad replacement

After my Nomad was stolen over a year ago, I've gone through a recycled old bag and a big volume genuine Triumph bag. At this point in my riding career I decided I need something low profile, so when I read about the Nomax replacement, it seemed like a good fit. The Nomax seems to be a cleaner design and not as busy inside, which I like. This time I figured out how to run a security cable to the hydration opening so next time they'll have to cut open the bag if they can't cut my cable. Construction is still solid. I did use it as a knapsack for a few miles. It is not the most comfortable daypack, but works. The hip belt buckle is clever. Conversion was very easy. A few magnets would be nice to keep the from slipping around on the tank, but that probably goes against the adventure biking esthetic. Lack of a clear map pocket is no big deal in this GPS age and the one on the Nomad just got in the way. Of course no room for big volume items, but good for sorting out small items, although you may not find them again. Happy so far.

G
G.C.J.
Absolutely fantastic tank bag!

I have a short commute to work every day (about 20 miles round trip) and had been stashing all the crap like my phone, wallet, shop keys, ear plugs, face mask, gloves, and other various sundries in my jacket pockets. This works, but it gets uncomfortable and there's always the chance to forget an item or two (usually my sunglasses) and I finally broke down and gave a tank bag a try.
I tried a Nelson Rigg, an SWmotech, and a cheap-and-cheerful bag off eBay, and none if them quite hit the spot the way I wanted them too. Either they were too tall or wide, or they just sat /funny/ and rubbed or touched somewhere I didn't want rubbing or touching while I ride. Nothing against those bags, they may or may not work perfectly for someone with a different bike or (probably more to the point) someone who isn't as fussy with how things fit together.
Enter Mosko Moto...
During a deep dive into the bowels of YouTube, I happened across a long term review of the previous version of this bag on a channel (MasonsADV *unaffiliated just a fan*) and seeing how it, and the rest of his Mosko gear had held up for him over thousands of kilometers, I decided to roll the dice on something I originally considered well out of my price range and give it a shot. I'm ridiculously glad I did.

I've been using this bag 6 days a week for the better part of a month and I gotta say, it's one of the most well thought out bags for daily use commuter organization that I've ever used on any bike. Fits on my 2018 KLR650 without any issues of rubbing anything (especially my knees/calves) weird or interfering with the controls whatsoever. There's literally a place for everything and it's all readily accessible. It flattens out fairly small when it's just gotta carry a handful of small items, but when you're about to go off on a weekend adventure you can really stuff this thing full. The water bladder is a great feature and makes staying hydrated while riding so much easier than dealing with a backpack sloshing around.

I'm absolutely sold on this gear and this company. I've already ordered a tail bag (A Scout 25) and when the time comes, I'll be ordering a set of their side luggage as well.

C
C.G.
Nomax Tank Bag

Love this bag! Helps store all my liquor and other essentials. Unhooks great, and the backpack straps are great

M
M.
Great Tank Bag

I wanted to write a quick review on a fantastic product, the Nomax. I tried to buy the Nomad last year (2020), but it left the website, I thought for good. Low and behold, I recently read an article about version two, the Nomax. I jumped on the site and placed my order (March 2021).

I did not receive an order confirmation email (assume it had to do with my ".org" domain name). So I called customer support, and they said they would resend the order confirmation. I received an email from the customer support person, but never got the 2nd order confirmation email.

The good news was I received my order approx. 7 business days later. Everything was well packaged and sealed. I washed out my bladder and went to look for the mounting instructions. There were none, but thankfully, there were plenty of YouTube videos of folks mounting theirs, so I was able to figure it out. Within 30 minutes my new Nomax was snug-as-a-bug on my BMW RT, and off I went on a ride to test it out.

The product works great. It is well made and durable. I expect a long life from this great product.

I took a road trip a few weeks later, and the bladder was a great addition to the long hours on the road.

I liked the customer service I received, the quality of the product, and would definitely recommend it to other riders.

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