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Category Archives: Giant Loop Gear

Giant Loop Review: Tillamook Dry Bag, Rogue Dry Bag in BMW Owners News

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Thank you Kit J. Vercella for the comprehensive review of Giant Loop’s Tillamook Dry Bag and Rogue Dry Bag in the January 2014 “Kit And Caboodle” column of BMW Owners News magazine. This is our favorite part:

“A personal side note: Although not necessarily relevant to your purchasing decision, there is something heartening about a group of adventure riders down the street who have the vision and technical expertise to create top-shelf, functional motorcycle gear every bit as good (maybe even better) than their corporate rivals worldwide.”

BMW Owners News January 2014

BMW Owners News Tillamook Dry Bag Rogue Dry Bag review

BMW ON magazine reviews Tillamook Dry Bag and Rogue Dry Bag

Giant Loop Tech Tip: Siskiyou Panniers On KTM 690 Enduro, With Racks

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As Giant Loop Rider Noah Horak makes his way around the world, more riders are seeing the Siskiyou Panniers in use on KTM’s 690 Enduro. Noah is in Japan presently, hanging with gold plated Monkey bikers.

We have received several questions about using our panniers on the 690 and just got a great email from a customer, with his creative and effective solution.

I’ll share it here:

Giant Loop rider Allen wrote us and said,  “Yes, I’ve been following Noah on his travels. Here are some pictures of my installation of the Siskiyou Panniers. I decided to use shock cord to thread the bags onto the Rally Raid racks.  So far I really like the way it has worked.”690sisk-5



Allen added, “I folded over the Velcro and am just using the straps for support across the top.  That leaves the gas cap open for easy re-fueling.”690-sisk

“On the 690 I mounted the heat shield on the very end and so far it is looking very secure.”




Thanks Allen!!

Giant Loop Gear: Bushwackers Are Great For Cold Weather Riding

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I was checking out some pics of riders in action and found this SWEET shot of Giant Loop Rep Rory Sullivan of 405MotoSales. He has got the gas on in that drift and Jock Bradley captured the moment perfectly! I know Rory is happy to have the wind and weather protection provided by the extra tough Bushwacker hand guards. Easily installed with the included 16″ Pronghorn poly straps, Bushwackers add their coverage by mounting over your existing hand guards.




Giant Loop Rider: Jill Rides 1800 Miles To Leguna Seca, On Her Yamaha FZ6 With Great Basin Saddle Bag

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Giant Loop Rider Jill used a Great Basin on her FZ6, to stow her camping gear and supplies for 10 days of camping, during her ride to Leguna Seca in California.  She wrote us saying:

“Subject: Thanks for the product! Great Basin

This summer, I took my FZ6 on an 1800 mile road trip from Seattle to Leguna Seca, CA and back.  The Giant Loop worked great on my bike!  It was easy to pack and carry my gear. I camped the entire time, so I not only had supplies for 10 days but camping gear as well.  The only modification that I will do is to purchase a rear rack to help cinch the bag back further on the seat…
…I also use this on my BMW 650 Sertao when I dont want to ride with the panniers. This was a great and inexpensive way to set up my fz for touring.
Thanks again for an awesome product…


Jill, thank you for sharing your story and sweet pics with us.
Ride while you can!



Giant Loop Rider: Dave Darcy preps his KTM 690 Enduro for the Simpson Desert

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Australia’s Simpson Desert is enormous and Dave Darcy is no stranger to the riding there. He rode his 640 Adventure across the Simpson a few years ago, but now its time to do it on his modern LC4. Dave is experienced with planning and completing long rides, we supported his Continental Drift ride, with amazing results. Trailzone Magazine caught up with Dave and asked about some of his setup details for long distance. Check out what he did to prepare the bike.


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Giant Loop Closeout: Free USA Shipping on 2013 Fandango Tank Bag and Diablo Tank Bag

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Giant Loop's Fandango Tank Bag

Giant Loop’s Fandango Tank Bag


We have new versions of our Fandango Tank Bag and Diablo Tank Bag coming in January. The price is going up in 2014, but we still have limited 2013 stock available at the current price via our website.

Now through December 31, use this one-time code for free USA shipping on Tank Bags: 2013shipmeGL

Giant Loop Holidays: $50 Or Less Stocking Stuffers For Every Motorcycle Rider

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Don’t worry about whether it’s going to fit, or if it’s the right thing for the right motorcycle make or model. These Giant Loop items – all of them $50 or less – are essential gear every motorcycle rider can use in his or her stocking this holiday season. Get your moto Santa on – CLICK IMAGE AND ADD TO CART!

Giant Loop Gift Card - $25 and up

Giant Loop Gift Card – $25 and up

Zigzag Handlebar Bag - $49

Zigzag Handlebar Bag – $49

Pronghorn Straps - $15-$19

Pronghorn Straps – $15-$19

Bushwackers Hand Guards - $39

Bushwackers Hand Guards – $39

Rubber Boa Straps - $25

Rubber Boa Straps – $25

Giant Loop Review: December 2013 Dirt Bike Magazine Highlights Rubber Boa Straps

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Giant Loop attended the 2013 KTM Adventure Rally in Steamboat Springs, last September. Dirt Bike Magazine was also there, since it was the first chance to demo ride the new KTM 1190 Adventure and Adventure R. While there, they covered some of the innovative products on vendor row and found our new Rubber Boa Straps. Dirt Bike said in their current issue: “Several riders used Giant Loop’s specialized bungees to hold stuff down. Clean and sano.”

Thanks Dirt Bike Magazine!