This years Touratech Rally had the added element of an Overland section, so the attendance was rumored to hit 1000! There were many rides on the schedule, including a Dirty Girls training session from Tracy Jeffries. Eric Wright, from 405Motosales, and I-90 Motorsports were headlining the Giant Loop display. Eric showed Bell and Giant Loop, … Continue reading »
Giant Loop Review: ADVMOTO Magazine Article About A Trick BMW F800GSA, Belonging To The Man Behind Baja Rally
ADVMOTO Magazine has a big article where Scotty Bloom, producer of the Baja Rally, wrote about the “Ultimate Riding Machine”, a BMW F800GSA setup with a long list of off road must haves! He had this to say about Giant Loop’s packing system: “The Giant Loop Siskiyou soft luggage solution has a few benefits over … Continue reading »
Ride Must Go On Hello , my name is Tolga Basol and I’m from Istanbul, Turkey. I’ve been working for the media industry in Istanbul about 14 years. I bought my first motorcycle about 12 years ago. Since then I’ve tried to travel with my bike to different parts of the world on my short … Continue reading »
Tiffany is at it again, this time in India.
The riders over at Thumperbay.com went camping on a Honda CRF250L, with the Mojavi Saddlebag and wrote a great review on their blog. A Quote from the review ” …I spent some time in the garage getting the saddlebags fitted to the bike. They come with lots of extra webbing, to accomodate a wide … Continue reading »
Congratulations to Rory Sullivan, for riding his Kawasaki KX250f to the lead and winning the 2014 Funky Chicken. He passed Husqvarna racer, Jacob Argubright, in the last lap to claim victory! Thanks to Maya Hooper for the pic!
Giant Loop owner, Harold, has returned to his ancestral home of Norway, for some motorbiking and family vacation. The first pictures are coming in, so I share them here. His motorbike guide is Elving Stolli, who has loaned Harold a Honda Africa Twin. Harold took a Fandango Tank bag Pro and Great Basin Saddlebag for … Continue reading »
The reward that awaited. The riders gathered and had breakfast. We separated into groups and headed out on different routes, destined for the Hot Springs. Each rider with the goal of arriving at the waiting Pools, Kegs and Katering by Michele, Brian and Paul. There were enduros headed for Fandango Canyon, adventure bikes rolling out … Continue reading »
Get that luggage stuffed with your overnight gear and spare tube/tools, because there is no time waste in the morning. Registration and breakfast starts at 7AM, rider meeting at 8AM, then its side stands up and off to the Hot Springs!
The Coyote Saddlebag and KTM 350EXC are a match made for the trail. This a nice youtube.com review from an offroad dual sport rider. Thanks for riding Giant Loop!