You’ve all asked who makes the best pannier racks, and we finally have that answer for you. It’s Outback Motortek.
Their racks are beautifully engineered, super rugged, and installation is a breeze. Constructed of mild steel, they bend rather than crack during a crash. In the unlikely event that you do manage to break one, it’s easy to find a shop that can weld mild steel – no matter where in the world you go down.
Mosko’s Outback Motortek racks come finished in long-lasting black powder coat, and the best part is that they’re fully compatible with our Backcountry and Scout panniers.
Pretty easy to install for a DIY’r. Watched the YouTube install vid, thrown off a bit that it was for a Husky 701, but it helped. Pannier racks seem to be good quality.
Top quality as expected from Mosko!! Easy install, superb quality!! Never disappointed with Mosko!!!
I outfitted my T700 for BDR with Mosko kit. They recommended the Outback Pannier Rack as a perfect fit for their bags and it is!!!! lLooks good, easy to install & quick to remove if desired. Highly recommend Mosko Moto Products!!!
Did a ton of research for my first set of panniers glad I went with Mosko Moro. Amazing quality very good looking in the KTM orange. The pannier rack took only about 30 minutes to install and one beer. Great products!!!
I replaced my existing pannier racks (SW Motech) with these. The racks that Mosko sells and made by Outback Motortek, of which I have their crash bars and skid plate on my bike, so I may be a bit bias. Construction, fit and finish will not disappoint. So there are no printed instructions included (no big deal), so I watched the video (linked on the product page). I saw someone else say in the reviews below "The online video is NOT for the actual product sent." True - however the rack in the video are their "X" framed racks but the install is exactly the same. Speaking of install, it is super easy, It took me 30 minutes to remove my old racks and install these on my KTM 1290 SAR.