Mosko Moto has two fulfillment centers - one in the United States and one in Europe.
No matter where you are located, you can shop from either site, but pricing and shipping options will differ.
Read more about international shipping rates here
"Sometimes the best gear is that which accomplishes its mission in the simplest possible way. That’s the perspective I bring to creating riding gear at Mosko."
My love of action sports started at age 5 in Ontario, Canada when my dad came home and asked, “Who wants to learn how to ski?” I was hooked. Never one for team sports, I gravitated toward the freedom and expression of skateboarding, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and mountain biking.
I moved West for college, studying Industrial Design at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver. Industrial Design presented an opportunity to combine my love of all-things outdoors, with my life-long passion for creating things. Living on the West Coast, surrounded by the beauty and wildness of the mountains, was a dream come true. I spent all my free time rock climbing, downhill mountain biking, and backcountry skiing in British Columbia’s rugged backcountry terrain.
I started out as a freelance designer for companies like Mountain Equipment Co-op, Mountain Hardwear, and Outdoor Research. Over time this developed into a full-time position at Dakine in Hood River, where I met Andrew in 2006. In 2010 I traded Hood River’s small-town vibes for the sunny surf scene of Ventura, California, and a job designing packs and accessories at Patagonia. After four great years in California, my wife and I missed the expansive wilderness and unmatched trail access of Oregon, so we returned to Hood River and I rejoined Dakine as Category Creative Director for Mountain Bike and Snow.
I currently ride a DRZ-400 that’s all setup for Northwest trails and offroad camping. I prefer riding gear that’s streamlined and minimalist, without sacrificing performance. There’s an old saying: “The more you know, the less you need.” Sometimes the best gear is that which accomplishes its mission in the simplest possible way. That’s the perspective I bring to creating riding gear at Mosko.