Sometimes you just want LESS. Less space, less pockets, less zippers. Introducing the Pico: a minimalist tank bag for people who normally don’t like tank bags. The Pico won’t rub on the inside of your legs. It won’t delicately tickle your crotch at the worst possible moment. It won’t stop you from standing over the tank on steep hill climbs and the most technical terrain. And it won’t fit the kitchen sink.
It also won't drive you crazy with a stuck zipper, because the new Pico sports a YKK Vislon AquaGuard waterproof zipper - the same one we use on our Basilisk ADV jacket.
*Important update: New for 2021 the Pico Tank Bag and harness have been updated to an "SJ buckle" system, and will not be compatible with the older "Ghost Eye buckle" tank bag harness. Check out our Second Bike Harness page to make your new Pico Tank Bag easily interchangeable between multiple bikes.
The Pico will add a convenient stash spot to the bike you never thought had room for a tank bag. But more importantly, it just might transform the way you find your destination.
With real-time updating and a staggering array of available mapping apps, cell phones are the obvious choice for navigation - except for two things; high frequency vibrations like to attack the camera, and radiation from the sun quickly overheats the device, inevitably shutting it down just beyond that missed turn. We've killed more than a few phones by mounting them to our handlebars, so after many prototypes we developed the Navigator. It's a MOLLE-mounted cell phone case like nothing else on the market, with a sunshade and vents to keep your phone cool. Pair it with the Pico's vibration absorbing semi-rigid design, and you have the perfect moto nav companion - right between your legs and out of harms way.
The Pico is right at home on oddly-shaped tanks, like the aftermarket desert tanks mounted on many dualsport bikes. It also works great on dirt bikes, 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, USB battery, chapstick, change, earplugs, and some energy bars. Store them 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. An internal divider folds neatly out of the way when it's not in use, and a cord pass-through port keeps it connected without letting water in.
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.
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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.
Love this piece of kit, easy to install, well thought out, not too fussy, does exactly whet it says it does!
Thank you Peter! We are stoked to read that your are happy! Safe travels!
Fits very well on my CRF 300.
Thanks for your feedback! :-)
Very compact but very sturdy. Great addition to my enduro. Fast delivery. Highly recommend product and company.
Thanks for your Feedback, Matt!
The tank bag is really well designed.The size is perfect for just the necessities.
I purchased it with the navigator accessory.The navigator does not fit my device correctly.The cut out for the screen is too small and the phone moves inside it.
Thank for your review Spyros. We are currently working on a design update of the Navigator as phones have changed a lot in the past. But it might take a while until it is finalized.
Not a massive tank bag, but best thing I could find as my jacket pockets won't fit sod all in, so it's handy for wallet, house keys, needed tue navigator pouch also as my note 20 ultra wouldn't fit in the Pico. The straps work well on the crf rally 300. You have to unbuckle to fill but thats no big task. I like it, very much. I suppose some might say it was pricey but... you get what you pay for sometimes.