Mosko Moto Soft Bags for Offroad & Dualsport

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  1. SRTie4k

    SRTie4k Northeast Explorer

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    Anyone know if the R10 will fit on a CRF250L Rally? The bike has a pretty large ass due to the toolbox but I haven't seen any pics of it on a Rally to know if it will fit or not. Thinking it would make a good scouting pack.
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  2. TheGearDude

    TheGearDude Been here awhile Supporter

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    I am sure that was just a mistake at the fulfillment center because they are accustomed to including all of the same pieces. If you could shoot a short message to our customer service team, that would be much appreciated. moskomoto@moskomoto.com
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    TheGearDude Been here awhile Supporter

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    I don't have any personal experience with this bike, but I don't think it would be an issue to mount an R10 on one. Even if it lays a little more horizontal than vertical, it will work. If another inmate doesn't chime in with firsthand experience, I can try to dig up a photo.
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    DRglidarn Panzer pilot

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    Braap Friday and finally i decided to upgrade my riding gear. Fast delivery and i got my hands on this beauty. A Red Ochre Basilisk, ofc i had to try it out on a winter advride immediately . Perfect fit and layering up properly i had a comfortable ride. Can't wait to get warmer season again to get many smiling advrides in this rocket suit.
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  5. SRTie4k

    SRTie4k Northeast Explorer

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    If you have any pics of the R10 on a Rally I'd very much appreciate it. I don't mind if it ran horizontally, just curious how well it would sit on the bike with the big ass.
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    TheGearDude Been here awhile Supporter

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    Looks good with the snowy backdrop, all be it, a bit cold!:vardy
    The Red Ochre colorway was a bit of a surprise for me; before I saw it in person, I had serious reservations, but when they arrived, I was immediately sold. They photograph the best IMO and look damn cool.
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  7. TheGearDude

    TheGearDude Been here awhile Supporter

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    I wasn't able to find an image of an R10 on a CRF250L Rally, but I was able to find the one below of the Reckless 40. This should give you a good idea of how the R10 would fit on your bike. I have no doubt that it would work well.

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  8. TheGearDude

    TheGearDude Been here awhile Supporter

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    To tell you the truth I don't know exactly what features are going to make the final cut, but I know that all of the ones you mentioned are on the table. I will update this space as the design is finalized. For now, here's a shot of Seth Spain with the chest rig in action.

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    Question about the heated jacket you're working on. Are you thinking of having it self powered and powered from the bike? Having both options would be great for maximum versatility.

    Crossed my mind watching a coworker walking around in his Milwaukee heated jacket.
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    DRglidarn Panzer pilot

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    Thanks! 5 layers kept me warm, second to The Basilisk i had a loft vest, should been a loft jacket instead. A loft layer makes huge difference.
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    I am thinking about the pico tank bag. Just to get a good idea of its size: could anyone tell me if tho cans of 33cl (beers only) would fit in?
    What are the internal measurements?
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    TheGearDude Been here awhile Supporter

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    I know you said beers only, but this is the best I could do...

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    This is not related to the Pico tank bag but when you get a steering stabilizer and a flexx bars you can't go back. hahahah #pampered

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    I had a Scott's stab on my 690. World of difference.

    I just don't have a grand laying around to convert to this setup. LOL.
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    Ahh, the Ectotherm!

    My understanding is that the primary power source will be a wired harness (from your bike). I agree that both options would be great for versatility, but the problem lies in the heat output. For around camp (or town), 5v power from a battery pack is sufficient to keep you warm, but when blasting down the highway (or trail), 5v doesn't cut it. That's why a 12v source is ideal and ultimately what we chose to go with. I believe you could still power it with a 12v battery pack, but those are harder to come by, more expensive, and probably would last for a short period of time. As we get actual working samples, I will be able to answer more questions and give you guys a better idea of what they will look like. In the meantime, here's a logo we've been working on...

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    What can I say? I like a dialed setup...
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    What in the world does 'ethically built' mean?
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    TheGearDude Been here awhile Supporter

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    It means that we actually have an interest in where our products are manufactured and ensure that the facilities/working conditions meet our standards.