Mosko Moto Nomad Tank Bag

Rambler

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Any Yamaha Super Tenere Riders here using the Nomad bag?

What's in your Nomad"?
(How do you organize and pack the compartments?)


Any suggestions/tips on fitting/positioning the bag on my Yamaha Super Tenere?

In the pictures, Bag has the hydration pack full





 
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gmillerjr

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Just put mine on today. First ride with it tomorrow. Its An awesome bag and I love it came with the rain cover and hydration bag. Only thing I’m not sure about is if there’s a better way to mount the front. There really isn’t the type of yoke they show to mount it to on the tenere. The only spot I found was on the fork at the top. Im a little worried turning will eventually where through the strap.

But so far I have my tablet, charge cables, tire gauge and multi tool with an extra knife. I’ll be adding a tie down strap or two as well. A7647C94-AC82-477B-9FD1-96B1EE3F1F60.jpeg 92C0C5F8-7791-4BA7-AD13-1B8AA1A25DD8.jpeg 72162484-0D06-459A-A345-92F1C14E5E2B.jpeg
 

nomadjohn

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I've had mine for about a month. The organizational features of the Nomad are absolutely awesome compared to other tank bags I have used in the past. In mine I keep the included water bladder, in the bottom layer I keep my jump start kit and some snacks, in the next layer I keep a small camera, sun glasses, USB adapter & cable, camp towel, and neck buff. I normally keep the top expansion pocket free to put my gloves in when I get off the bike. You may also notice that I have multi-tool in the MOLLE webbing.
In terms of mounting I was able to open up the yolk harness enough to slip it around the frame but only just.
 

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