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Christopher DeVille
Awesome, high quality bags!

I got my Reckless 80 delivered quickly with everything you need in the bag. Installation was simple and only took a few minutes. The system was my choice for a couple of reasons: 1) easy to take on/off 2) no rack needed. 3) I can move it to another bike easily 4) high quality, durable, & waterproof - it's lived up to or exceeded all of my expectations.

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Esther Howard
Simplest Design Ever

I love the Reckless 80L. I bought it for my KTM790R and it arrived right before the trip. Easy installation. Easy to use and especially loved that I could adjust the positioning and angle of the bags on the sides of the bike. I should never need anything else. Easy to take off and on at night.
The only thing I will do different (user tip) is to use packing cubes for everything in them. Clothes stick a bit when packing them. Packing cubes will make it easier to put everything in and take things out rather than doing a full dump of the bag contents.
It would be cool if there was a way to design the bag so I could get into either end, but the way it is works amazing.
Thank you Mosko for such a great product.

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Nick Sarris
Nomax Tank Bag / Rackless 80 V3.0

Nomax Tank Bag / Rackless 80 V3.0
Rackless 80 V3.0
I did a lot of looking before I bought the Rackless 80 for my KTM 790R.
Wow, there is a lot of cool stuff in the box when I opened it. The Revolver V3.0 went together really well and was simple to get mounted the right fit first time. Very well thought out.
Loading was fairly straight forward. Tent, sleeping pad, ground cloth in the right side dry bag with room to spare. Stove, cooking gear, food for 3 days in the left side dry bag with extra room. Clothes in the top dry bag, then camp chair and sleeping bag in the beaver tail. Fuel and water bottle in left back pockets, coffee mug in right back pocket.
This held all I needed for a 4 day ride. Bike handled same as without luggage during twisty pavement and on rocky, rutted, sandy 2 track.
I like the Mosko Revolver better than my buddy's that had random bags hanging all over their bikes and their racks loaded looking like Beverly Hill Billy's.
Cool thing is I can switch it to my KTM 350 EXC in minutes.

Nomax Tank Bag
On my 4 day ride what I was missing was a Tank bag. All my small stuff was in my back pack along with my water bladder. I found that I needed to get to things during the day on short stops. It was inconvenient to stop, take off my back pack get what I needed, than put everything back on.
I was so pleased with the service and quality of my Rackless 80, that after researching tank bags, I came back to Mosko Moto for the Nomax tank bag.
What I was looking for was places for small items, tools, glasses and hat that I wanted handy.
I was sold on the fact that the Nomax Bag had a 2l water bladder built in and is very well organized for small items. No digging through a large compartment.
Water was what I was short of dry camping on our 4 day trip. This gives me the extra water needed. Plus I didn't have as much trash as my friends with empty water bottles to carry out, which I ended up carrying because I had extra room.
The Nomad Bag mounted easily in 10 minutes.
The Nomad is about as big a bag as I would want. It does a great job at holding small items. Down side is it would be hard to put anything big in it like a jacket.
With the Rackless 80 plus the Nomad tank bag, I find I have plenty of options for bigger stuff.
Cool thing is I can switch it to my KTM 350 EXC in minutes.

Note:
I own a custom sewing business making high end boat canvas & interiors for large yachts. I also make custom projects for the Aerospace Industry. There is little my shop can't make well.
I thought to make my own luggage bags and a tank bag too. Many times I make my own stuff because I can. I got as far as patterning up a tank bag.
After seeing the workmanship, design and price for the Mosko Moto products, I didn't see the point in trying to "reinvent the wheel" and make my own. Mosko Moto stuff is really nice. The attention to detail and quality is the best. I couldn't design, research and buy materials for the price of Mosko Moto's products, let alone do the labor.
I'm stoked to have Mosko Moto's products on my bikes.
Thanks
Nick Sarris
Sarris Interiors & Custom Canvas

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Rodney Nast

Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver

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Jeffrey Lee

Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver

Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver

We designed the Reckless 80L for minimalist off-road riding/camping, Backcountry Discovery Route exploration, and international fly-to-ride trips. The Reckless 80 doesn’t require side pannier racks, saving significant weight and cost. It expands and contracts to accommodate a wide variety of loads, making it an extraordinarily 'livable' luggage system.

The V3.0 ‘Revolver’ is the most versatile Reckless 80 yet. Adjustable leg angle makes it equally at home on enduros like the CRF450L or KTM 500, as it is on larger ADV bikes like the Africa Twin. From GSA’s to 150cc dualsports, the Reckless 80 is a bag that can do it all.

(Download Assembly Instructions here.)

*KTM 690 and Husqvarna 701 customers, please note that the stock exhaust on your bike runs too hot, an aftermarket exhaust is required. See below for more information.

With the Reckless 80, we replicated the traditional three-bag organization and packing system of a touring bike (two side panniers and a rear duffle) for bikes that don’t have pannier racks. If you’re setting up a new bike, the Reckless system saves you the added weight and expense of metal side pannier racks.

It’s 100% waterproof and easy to get into, so you don’t have to unstrap everything to get at your lunch or pull out a jacket. The side bags slide & strap into an outer “holster,” which stays attached to the bike. All three main compartments are welded-seam roll-top drybags for total waterproofness. The center top bag is our Stinger 22 drybag, which has stashable backpack straps, and works great as an airline carry-on or as a day pack for short hikes or trips to town. The side bags are interchangeable, and include a clear panel on the front so you can easily find your gear.

In addition to the three main compartments, the R80 Revolver now includes one optional 4L drybag ‘aux pox’ on the back of each leg (two total). These auxiliary pockets are perfect for storing smaller items that you might need quick access to throughout the day. The aux pox holsters can be used with or without their roll-top drybags, making them a great place for extra gas bottles, water, tool roll, or inner tubes.

Two overlapping rear beavertails create a perfect spot to tuck a motorcycle jacket when it’s not in use, or to store wet things – like a tent rainfly, towel, or campsite garbage – that you don't want inside your drybag. The inside panels of the beavertails include a tent pole bag, a removable map pocket, and two reinforced clear pockets for small items like toothbrush/toothpaste. On V3.0, the entire beavertail assembly is removable, if you want to use the harness without a rear duffle, thereby reducing the total capacity to 50L (or 58L with 2 aux pox).

If you need more than 80L of space, adding additional storage is easy. The beavertail straps extend to accommodate a second (or larger) top bag. The outside of the beavertail includes a 3-column MOLLE webbing panel, and each leg includes a 2-column panel on the front, with a 3-column panel on the rear. Add Mosko MOLLE pouches, a Tracker 10, or choose from a wide array of 3rd party MOLLE accessories.

The R80 harness is a 3-piece system, which can be disassembled for an international fly-to-ride trip. The entire system fits conveniently in a rollaboard. If you have a crash on a long trip, the various components can be repaired or replaced individually, saving cost and hassle. A foam pad reduces chafe between the harness and the bike, and the harness is armored with hypalon for abrasion resistance. All R80 drybags are made from 800D polyurethane (PVC free), to stand up to UV and cold weather.

Want to protect your Reckless 80 from thieves? Add a set of our Steelcore Locking Straps. The Reckless 80 requires four 4.5' straps. Mounting instructions can be found in this video.

Important Notes:

  • Reckless luggage is not resistant to the high heat of your exhaust. Please use the included heat shield, and follow the installation instructions carefully, because exhaust heat damage isn’t covered under warranty.
  • KTM 690 and Husqvarna 701 customers: The stock exhaust on the KTM 690 and Husqvarna 701 runs VERY hot. Although the R80 'Revolver' fits these bikes great, it also traps in a lot of exhaust heat. Even with careful heat shield use, melting of the bike's plastics and the luggage can occur. We're actively testing new heat shield solutions, but for now, an aftermarket exhaust is required for use with the Reckless 80 V3.0 Revolver. We recommend the Arrow brand 690 Enduro and Husqvarna 701 aftermarket exhausts, available from RottweilerPerformance.com - *ignore this information at your own risk. *please know strategic heat shield mounting/placement is still required once you have upgraded to an Arrow exhaust or any alternative aftermarket exhaust of your choosing.  
  • Contact between soft luggage (no matter how soft) and the plastics or painted surfaces of your bike will cause cosmetic wear to the bike over time, because accumulated dirt is abrasive. If that sort of thing keeps you up at night, apply a clear protective film (like this or this) to your bike.
  • Different bikes and installation approaches present different wear points to the Reckless 80 harness. After installation, go for a short test ride, then check for wear points. Adjust the harness position, file down sharp rack edges, or apply a sacrificial wear patch as needed. Continue to check for high-wear points over time, but remember that the harness is made to take a lot of abuse. Some visible wear is normal, and in no way does it affect the strength or waterproofness of the luggage.

Assembly Instructions

Harness Dimensions Drawing

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Aux Pockets
Easy on/off mounting
Stash Spots
100% Waterproof
Molle Expandability

Features

  1. Adjustable leg angle for a custom fit on almost any bike
  2. Two removable 4L drybag-equipped aux pox
  3. Indestructible wrapped & riveted leg holster construction
  4. Bomber hypalon armour panels – protection where you need it most 
  5. Field-replaceable mounting straps and drybag retention straps
  6. Redesigned leg holster compression straps for easy loading
  7. Removable beavertail stash-spot for extra storage and expansion
  8. Enlarged rear-fueling hole
  9. Five MOLLE panels for quick attachment of MOLLE accessories (volume expansion!)
Product Specs

Possible Configurations, Capacities, and Luggage Weights:

Ultralight - 50L - 10.3 lbs

  • 0 Aux Pox
  • No Stinger 22 top bag
  • Beavertails removed

Minimalist - 58L - 12.7 lbs

  • 2 Aux Pox
  • No Stinger 22 top bag
  • Beavertails removed

Simple - 72L - 13.3 lbs

  • 0 Aux Pox

Standard - 80L - 15.7 lbs

  • 2 Aux Pox

RTW (Round The World) - 88L - 17.0 lbs

  • 2 Aux Pox
  • 1 Large MOLLE Pouch on beavertail
  • 2 Small MOLLE Pouches on the legs
Construction + Materials

  • R80 Harness Materials: 1680D Ballistic Nylon with hypalon armour
  • Leg holsters wrapped behind harness and riveted, to eliminate seam failures
  • Harness constructed with internal PE stiffener to prevent flopping
  • Aluminum stiffener supports built into each leg of harness, adding lateral rigidity
  • EVA foam pad on underside of harness reduces chafe to the luggage and the bike
  • Reflective Logos and material on each leg
  • Dry Bag Materials: 100% waterproof durable 800D polyurethane coated (PVC free) with welded-seams
  • Exhaust Heat Shield: laser cut & anodized aluminum

Bag Care Pointers:

  • Clean with mild soap & water (Simple Green works great!)
  • Allow to air dry thoroughly before storing
  • Remove bags from the bike when not in use
  • Store out of the sun and away from heat sources
  • Wear scars with pride
  • The Reckless harness wear info from the R80 Description
Kit Includes

  • Reckless 80L harness
  • Two 25L drybags
  • Stinger 22L tailbag
  • Two Aux Pox holsters, drybags, and hardware (*if included in purchase*)
  • Hardware pack (10 t-nuts, screws, washers + loctite + allen key)
  • Tent pole bag
  • Heat shield w/ hose clamp
  • Removable map/document pocket
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ACCESSORY PRODUCTS:

2L MOLLE, 4L MOLLE, NOMAX TANK BAG, FATTY TOOL ROLL

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.

“You have to actually see this bag to fully appreciate the build quality and the cleverness that went into conceiving it. It's everything I ever wanted for long travels on trails. Soft but hard, light but heavy, this thing is a paradox made in motorcycle heaven. It is so practical, that it couldn't have been imagined by anybody other than true riders.”

– Antonio Albanese, 2018

Customer Reviews

Based on 660 reviews
93%
(617)
4%
(27)
1%
(8)
0%
(2)
1%
(6)
C
Christopher DeVille
Awesome, high quality bags!

I got my Reckless 80 delivered quickly with everything you need in the bag. Installation was simple and only took a few minutes. The system was my choice for a couple of reasons: 1) easy to take on/off 2) no rack needed. 3) I can move it to another bike easily 4) high quality, durable, & waterproof - it's lived up to or exceeded all of my expectations.

E
Esther Howard
Simplest Design Ever

I love the Reckless 80L. I bought it for my KTM790R and it arrived right before the trip. Easy installation. Easy to use and especially loved that I could adjust the positioning and angle of the bags on the sides of the bike. I should never need anything else. Easy to take off and on at night.
The only thing I will do different (user tip) is to use packing cubes for everything in them. Clothes stick a bit when packing them. Packing cubes will make it easier to put everything in and take things out rather than doing a full dump of the bag contents.
It would be cool if there was a way to design the bag so I could get into either end, but the way it is works amazing.
Thank you Mosko for such a great product.

N
Nick Sarris
Nomax Tank Bag / Rackless 80 V3.0

Nomax Tank Bag / Rackless 80 V3.0
Rackless 80 V3.0
I did a lot of looking before I bought the Rackless 80 for my KTM 790R.
Wow, there is a lot of cool stuff in the box when I opened it. The Revolver V3.0 went together really well and was simple to get mounted the right fit first time. Very well thought out.
Loading was fairly straight forward. Tent, sleeping pad, ground cloth in the right side dry bag with room to spare. Stove, cooking gear, food for 3 days in the left side dry bag with extra room. Clothes in the top dry bag, then camp chair and sleeping bag in the beaver tail. Fuel and water bottle in left back pockets, coffee mug in right back pocket.
This held all I needed for a 4 day ride. Bike handled same as without luggage during twisty pavement and on rocky, rutted, sandy 2 track.
I like the Mosko Revolver better than my buddy's that had random bags hanging all over their bikes and their racks loaded looking like Beverly Hill Billy's.
Cool thing is I can switch it to my KTM 350 EXC in minutes.

Nomax Tank Bag
On my 4 day ride what I was missing was a Tank bag. All my small stuff was in my back pack along with my water bladder. I found that I needed to get to things during the day on short stops. It was inconvenient to stop, take off my back pack get what I needed, than put everything back on.
I was so pleased with the service and quality of my Rackless 80, that after researching tank bags, I came back to Mosko Moto for the Nomax tank bag.
What I was looking for was places for small items, tools, glasses and hat that I wanted handy.
I was sold on the fact that the Nomax Bag had a 2l water bladder built in and is very well organized for small items. No digging through a large compartment.
Water was what I was short of dry camping on our 4 day trip. This gives me the extra water needed. Plus I didn't have as much trash as my friends with empty water bottles to carry out, which I ended up carrying because I had extra room.
The Nomad Bag mounted easily in 10 minutes.
The Nomad is about as big a bag as I would want. It does a great job at holding small items. Down side is it would be hard to put anything big in it like a jacket.
With the Rackless 80 plus the Nomad tank bag, I find I have plenty of options for bigger stuff.
Cool thing is I can switch it to my KTM 350 EXC in minutes.

Note:
I own a custom sewing business making high end boat canvas & interiors for large yachts. I also make custom projects for the Aerospace Industry. There is little my shop can't make well.
I thought to make my own luggage bags and a tank bag too. Many times I make my own stuff because I can. I got as far as patterning up a tank bag.
After seeing the workmanship, design and price for the Mosko Moto products, I didn't see the point in trying to "reinvent the wheel" and make my own. Mosko Moto stuff is really nice. The attention to detail and quality is the best. I couldn't design, research and buy materials for the price of Mosko Moto's products, let alone do the labor.
I'm stoked to have Mosko Moto's products on my bikes.
Thanks
Nick Sarris
Sarris Interiors & Custom Canvas

R
Rodney Nast

Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver

J
Jeffrey Lee

Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver

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