Perfect for carrying extra gas on an extended range. This is an easy and inexpensive way to expand your range without an aftermarket gas tank or rotopax. Using separate 1L bottles enables you to spread the weight of the gas evenly around the bike.
- Many of our accessory pockets and pouches are specifically sized for these bottles:
- 1 bottle fits in our small MOLLE pouch
- 2 bottles fit in our large MOLLE pouch
- 2 bottles fit in each of the two rear pockets of the Reckless 80 (2 Bottles per side, 4 bottles total, 1 gallon of extra fuel capacity)
- 1 bottle fits in each of the two rear pockets of the Reckless 40 (1 Bottle per side, 2 bottles total, half gallon of extra fuel capacity)
- 2 bottles fit in each of the two rear pockets of the Backcountry 35 Pannier (2 Bottles per side, 4 bottles total, 1 gallon of extra fuel capacity)
- Also connects to the threaded pump of your MSR stove - we recommend the MSR Whisperlite Universal - so you can use your extra unleaded gasoline to fuel your camp stove in addition to your bike. That way you never need to think about camp stove fuel canisters: you can drain unleaded gas off the bike to power your stove as needed, or use your stove fuel to refill your bike to extend your range. The extra gasoline also works great as a fire-starter.
- Airtight seal allows fuel to be stored longer by preventing air from entering and degrading fuel
- Child-resistant packaging (CRP) cap makes it difficult for kids or drunk people to open the bottle
- Made from single-piece, impact-extruded aluminum to prevent leaks and cracks
- Bolstered shoulder and base resist bulging when pressurized
I met them at show in Nashville and they were friendly and informative! I’ve bought from them twice and it’s been a great experience!
Works a treat, fits perfect
I’ve order luggage’s, tank bag and lots of gears and every time the quality has been too notch 👍
Premium price for premium equipment
Awesome gear! Top quality and great service. Thanks mosko!
There's not a lot one can say about MSR bottles, except they're used in extreme mountaineering for a reason. And they do fit well in the Mosko Molle Pouches ;-)