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.
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.
Fit perfectly on a CRF250F, holds more than it looks.
I have other Mosko products, the quality and craftsmanship have always been top notch.
The 10 is used on my 2005 KTM 400exc and fits perfectly. Extended the aft subframe bolt upwards and thru the base fabric to secure and ran fwd lower straps to mainframe on the right-it helps to secure the airbox cover and on the right to the exposed subframe . Mostly ride the FS roads in the bitterroots with the dog running ahead on the way in and behind on the way out ! The bags purpose is to carry tools extra gas and fluids for me and the pup . When its hot not having a backpack full of water is key. These are well worth the price- maybe the base fabric is a bit overkill, blow it full of holes and save some weight ? It rivals the functionally of the Songdog Ranch bags I had on my 650 elefant back in the early 90s.When the snomelt is gone I might try just filling one of the dry bag with water for the pup. Don
Nice. Very nice
Size is perfect for day trips and taking the extra weight of tools and spare tubes off my back!
I was planning on throwing a Rotopax on my WR250R's rear rack, building a tool tube to store all my tools and other emergency stuff, while still trying to fit anything I might need for a day trip. Stumbled upon this system, looked it over, read reviews, and decided to go for it... Couldn't be happier with this setup! It's absolutely perfect for a small setup, the quality is amazing, and Mosko Moto have truly thought of everything in the design. From pull straps on the dry bags, strap keepers everywhere, flexible mounting options to suit every situation, and the beaver tail area in between the bags which I haven't even used yet. Can't believe how well thought-out this is. I fit all my tools, etc. on one side, and two MSR fuel bottles on the other. No need for a tool tube and though I don't have the extra capacity of the Rotopax, the benefits of the Reckless 10 far outweigh that for me.
Used the Reckless 10 yesterday and didn't even notice it was there; it sits well away from my legs, it's rock solid, and also low enough that I can still throw a leg over the bike without requiring the flexibility of an advanced ballerina. Really can't say enough good things about this system and I'm already thinking ahead to a Reckless 40 maybe for camping in the future. They nailed the design, quality, and workmanship.
For the paranoid, a heat shield that's about 2-3 times longer than the provided one as an upgrade option would be great but as long as you're careful with the placement of the provided shield, there should be no issues. Thanks Mosko Moto, you folks rock!