If, like me, you’re the sort of person whose bike luggage ends up becoming a jumbled mess of snacks, maps, electronics and other essentials when you’re on tour, Mosko Moto’s Nomax motorcycle tank bag could be the solution you’ve been looking for.
Its storage capacity may only be 7l, but it packs a heavy punch in terms of the number of compartments and cubby holes it has to help you store your gear in an orderly manner.
And alongside plenty of pockets for a phone, wallet, cables, ferry tickets, a passport and anything else you want to stash, there’s even a dedicated pouch for a 2l water reservoir (included) to ensure you keep hydrated in the saddle.
Mosko Moto Nomax motorcycle tank bag
If you’re used to chucking your belongings into a large, single-compartment, motorcycle tank bag, the Nomax may take some getting used, but it’s a nifty piece of kit all the same, and one that has become a permanent fixture on my Yamaha Tenere 700 over the past couple of months.
So, if you’re in the market for a new tank bag, and you fancy embracing some organisation in your life, take a look at my review of the Mosko Moto Nomax in the video below…
You can also read the full review of the bag, along with 11 others I tested from the likes of Givi, Oxford Products, and SW-Motech, in issue 61 of Adventure Bike Rider. Get your copy today HERE.
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If you’ve used the Mosko Moto Nomax before, let us know how you got on with it in the comments section below or on YouTube.