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Monthly Archives: June 2013


Giant Loop Video: Pronghorn Straps – How They Work

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These handy motorcycle straps have a million uses and should be part of every motorcyclist’s essential gear – better than duct tape!

Applying tension when you secure and release the Pronghorn Straps is key to getting a dead-solid connection to your motorcycle. This short video illustrates how the straps fasten and release.

Like the American Pronghorn, these straps are fast, tough and able to withstand the harshest environments. With sufficient tension, these straps can be used to secure all kinds of gear to your motorcycle, for both off road and road touring. Better than duct tape, you’ll find a million uses for this essential motorcycle gear, from holding a flashlight to carrying extra fuel to stabilizing luggage or making field repairs.

Giant Loop's new Pronghorn Straps, available in 16",  20" and 26" lengths in packages of two.

Giant Loop NEW Gear: Pronghorn Straps – Essential Motorcycle Kit

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Giant Loop’s new Pronghorn Straps, available in 16″, 20″ and 26″ lengths in packages of two.

Every motorcyclist needs a handful of these multi-purpose stretch polyurethane straps with unbreakable fasteners. You’ll find a million uses for these quick, solid, tough straps. We’ve been using them for years to secure everything from luggage to water and fuel bottles to our Bushwackers Hand Guards.

Sold in packages of 2, and 26″, 20″ and 16″ lengths, featuring Giant Loop’s iconic cow skull graphic and our design mantra: “Go Light. Go Fast. Go Far.”

Male pronghorn in Oregon (courtesy of Wikipedia)

• super tough stretch polyurethane
• unbreakable unfastener
• adjustable to 4″minimum
• width 3/4″
• Made in Canada


Giant Loop Rider: Noah’s RTW trip on a KTM 690 Enduro with Giant Loop Packing System

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Check out these pics of Giant Loop rider Noah Horak in Tajikistan. After spending the winter riding around in Eastern Europe with his snowboard strapped on his bike, he is now riding around with his fishing rod, enjoying the central Asian countryside. For his round-the-world ramblings, Noah’s packing his kit in Siskiyou Panniers, Fandango Tank Bag and a Great Basin Dry Bag on his tricked out KTM 690 Enduro.

Many more amazing photos of his continuing adventure ’round the world on his Picasa album. Don’t miss the many stories and stunning pics of the people he’s meeting at his “RTW with Noah on a KTM 690” thread on the ADV Rider forum and his blog, Noah Horak’s Adventure

Powersports Business, May 27, 2013

Giant Loop Sighting: Powersports Business Photo of Fandango Tank Bag in Patagonia

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Cool to see a Rox Speed FX and Giant Loop rider featured in Powersports Business’s article, “Aftermarket – Task at hand: Saving the family business,” about Rox’s efforts to keep the business running after its founder, Rocky Cutsforth, died in 2010.

Powersports Business, May 27, 2013

We’re not sure who this rider is, but it looks like he’s enjoying his Fandango Tank Bag – and adventure the “go light, go fast, go far” way!


Giant Loop Sighting: Great Basin Saddlebag in BMW Owners News Ted Simon Article

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Giant Loop’s Great Basin Saddlebag was in some great company in this month’s issue of BMW Owners News magazine, appearing on moto-journalist Sandy Borden’s article, “Times with Ted: Checking in with a Legend.”

Great Basin Saddlebag on moto-journalist Sandy Borden’s BMW G650GS with adventure motorcycle pioneer and author Ted Simon.

Yes, that’s THE pioneering, world traveling godfather of adventure motorcycle travel, author Ted Simon with Sandy and her hubby Terry Borden (two-thirds of the Adventure Trio). Looks like Sandy’s tripod rides nicely on the back of the Great Basin Saddlebag!

If you haven’t already, stop what you’re doing right now and go read Simon’s classic “Jupiter’s Travels“! Simon has literally inspired two generations to explore the world on motorbikes, and now his charity the Ted Simon Foundation encourages and assists travelers “in making an extra effort to develop their observations and insights into something of value for the rest of the world to share, whatever their medium of expression might be.”


Giant Loop Review: Buckin’ Roll Tank Bag in Dirt Bike Magazine’s “Adventure – The Goods”

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Thanks Dirt Bike magazine for including Giant Loop’s Buckin’ Roll Tank Bag in the July issue’s “Adventure – The Goods” round up! See you on the trail – go light, go fast, go far!

Giant Loop Buckin Roll Tank Bag
The Buckin Roll tank bag by Giant Loop is designed for tower-shaped motorcycle fuel tanks, such as the large capacity IMS or Acerbis models. Keep all essentials handy for dual-sport and adventure touring excursions with the featured two side compartments with 1.5-liter capacity and one center compartment with .5-liter capacity, wich is ideal to stow a small camera. The Buckin Roll bag mounts securely in seconds with the built-in straps and is out of the way when standing on the pegs.
Price: $125


Giant Loop Riders: Training for Tour of Idaho with MoJavi Saddlebag

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Hi guys! Tony, Rich and I had a blast last weekend riding Section 3 down to Union Creek and back. This was the first of two planned T1 shakedown rides. We were pelted by rain, sleet, and snow, turned back by snow three times and once by a 5′ diameter fir, and still had a great time. We covered 530 miles – about 150 on slab and 380 on dirt/gravel. We had planned on riding only 380 miles over the two days, but the snow caused us some pretty major detours. All in all, we were out 11 hours on Saturday and 12 on Sunday (including pie at Becky’s on Sunday!). It was a good test. We just wanted to tell you how well the Mojave’s performed. I’ll start by saying that they won’t be coming off our bikes any time soon! They stayed dry inside, stood up to quite a bit of brush, mounted securely, and were very easy to access. Neither of us even knew they were there. And, as you can see from the pictures, the Rotopax fit very nicely behind the bags with the stock mounting hardware (on ProBillet racks). You guys totally hit a home run with these. We’ll be picking up another bike very soon for Rich to ride on the T1 – the 2-smoker just isn’t going to work – so we’ll be buying another Mojave shortly. Thanks for a GREAT product, and for being really terrific guys to work with. BTW, we’re bummed about missing the Summer Lake ride! Have fun!!! Kim — Kim Sarao Superior Tractor & Equipment Superior Rentals Superior Tool (541) 923-2370 office (541) 480-2905 cell (541) 923-8399 fax


Giant Loop Review: Dirt Rider Magazine “Gear Bag” Showcases Diablo Tank Bag

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Thanks Dirt Rider for spotlighting Giant Loop’s Diablo Tank Bag in the magazine’s July 2013 issue! The Diablo hauls the groceries, for sure, but it also makes it a lot harder to say, “I can’t carry anything, I’m on my dirt bike.” Go light, go fast, go far!

“Giant Loop Diablo Tank Bag: $164 – With its universal fit, water-resistant construction and four liters of storage space, it’s harder to say, ‘I can’t grab milk on the way home, I’m on my bike.’ www.giantloopmoto.com, 458-208-9113” — Dirt Rider magazine, “Gear Bag,” July 2013