The Pico fits on oddly-shaped tanks, like the aftermarket desert tanks mounted on many dualsport bikes. It also works great on a dirt bike, so you can empty your pockets, lighten your pants, and carry all that stuff on the bike instead.
The Pico WILL fit the important stuff: wallet, phone, chapstick, change, earplugs, and some energy bars. You can store these things on quick-draw, while still keeping them dry. The Pico is 100% waterproof, no rain cover required, thanks to its welded seam construction and two-piece design.
There’s the phone pocket on top, which allows you to operate your phone through a clear vinyl cover. There’s an internal divider, which folds neatly out of the way when it’s not in use. There’s also a pass-through port for headphones and charging cables.
Do tank bags get in your way while riding? Or fit weird on your bike? Try this one.
Download a PDF of the Pico's footprint to help with fitment to your bike HERE.
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.
Strapped this on my new 790 and absolutely love it. I’m not normally a tank bag guy because they often get in the way when riding aggressively off-road but the size of the Pico is perfect. Holds the essentials and fits like it was custom made for the bike. Thanks Rick for introducing me to this gear!
I purchased the reckless 10L system as well as the Pico tank bag for a 450 mile enduro trip in Colorado. The 10L system holds a lot more than I initially thought. The Pico tank bag is small but for 2 Stroke oil and snacks it worked out perfect.
Fits easily, stays on, doesn't move around. But because it's black and waterproof, in the sun on hot days (+29) the phone can't be placed in the clear pocket as it'll overheat and crash.
I did about half of the Washington BDR with this tank bag and it was ok-ish. I love that the Pico is waterproof (I thoroughly tested that feature), and it is a really good size for wallet, etc. And it doesn't get in the way when I'm in the standing position on my motorcycle (R1200GS). I wish the clear top compartment supported larger phones like the Pixel 3 XL or larger iPhones. Just a liiiiiittle bit larger would be much better. The zipper is difficult to close. It is easier to open than close because of the way the glove friendly zipper pull is connected to the zipper, but I still find myself cussing when I'm in a hurry trying to zip the Pico closed. Since my phone wouldn't fit, I put my iPod in the clear top compartment. Unfortunately, the viewing angle is way off. The clear compartment is facing directly up to sky or even angled a little further away than that from the rider. No phone or iPod is designed to support that viewing angle, and since the Pico's plastic compartment is facing straight up, you can't see anything but glare unless you lean way forward to get your face directly above the tank bag. Essentially, that makes the Pico's clear compartment almost useless (to me). With a few tweaks, this tank bag could be great. Fixing the zipper, accommodating today's larger phones, and adjusting the viewing angle of the clear top compartment should be design goals for Pico 2.
Perfect bag for accessing the essentials (wallet, phone, goggle wipes, sunglasses, etc.) during a dual sport or adventure ride. Great fitment on my KTM 1090r....Love it..!!!