May
22

GL Rider Danell Lynn featured in Triumph Motorcycles’ Spirit Magazine

“The more people said ‘you can’t’, the more I wanted to say ‘yes I can’.” — Danell Lynn, Black Tie 2 Black Top, Triumph Spirt Magazine “Danell Lynn is aiming to gatecrash the Guinness World Records book for the longest journey in a single country on a motorcycle. The 30-something is part way through visiting … Continue reading »

Apr
24

Dirt Bike Magazine’s New Products: Tracker Packer for SPOT Gen3 Benefits Kurt Caselli Foundation

Thanks Dirt Bike magazine for spotlighting the Tracker Packer in the May issue’s New Products! Support the Kurt Caselli Foundation‘s mission to make off-road motorcycle riding and racing safer for riders.

Apr
21

Giant Loop’s Kurt Caselli Foundation Tracker Packer “Cool Product of the Month” – Dirt Rider Magazine

Thank you Dirt Rider Magazine for the choosing Giant Loop’s Tracker Packer for SPOT Gen3 for the June 2015 issue’s “Tear Offs: Cool Product of the Month”! Support the Kurt Caselli Foundation‘s mission to make off-road racing and riding safer for motorcyclists! “Thinking about picking up a Spot Gen3 GPS-enabled location tracker and emergency beacon … Continue reading »

Apr
17

Giant Loop Review: Kiger Tank Bag in Cycle World’s “CW Approved – New Ideas”

Thanks Blake Conner and Cycle World Magazine for including Giant Loop’s new Kiger Tank Bag in the May 2015 issue’s “CW Approved – New Ideas” feature! “Melting Pot – Five ways to improve your ride Tough Tote The tank bag has been around for decades, but Giant Loop’s Kiger ($290) is a rugged 9-liter bag … Continue reading »

Apr
08

Cycle World Product Spotlight on Pronghorn Straps: “The best way to attach things to your motorcycle”

Thank you Cycle World Magazine – and CW staff photographer Jeff Allen – for this awesome “Product Spotlight” on Giant Loop’s Pronghorn Straps in the May 2015 issue! Product Spotlight: Giant Loop Pronghorn Straps The best way to attach things to your motorcycle If it’s the simle things in life that make you happy, you’re … Continue reading »

Mar
25

Giant Loop’s Tracker Packer Awarded 2015 “Nifty 50″ by Powersports Business

Thank you Powersports Business for recognizing Giant Loop’s Tracker Packer ruggedized holster for SPOT Gen3 as a top 50 new product in the powersports industry with a “Nifty 50″ award. We are especially pleased to share the honor with the Kurt Caselli Foundation, with gratitude to Quinn Cody for the opportunity to collaborate. A portion of all … Continue reading »

Mar
19

Review: Dirt Rider Magazine’s Long-Term Kawasaki KLR 650 with Siskiyou Panniers

Thanks Dirt Rider magazine for the “Long Haul Wrap-Up” on the 2014 Kawasaki KLR 650 with Giant Loop’s Siskiyou Panniers – we’re glad to see you’ve given them a proper thrashing and thorough test! “Over the past year our KLR has been in the snowy Sierras, the dusty Baja desert, the jeep trails of Orange … Continue reading »

Feb
17

Giant Loop News: Kurt Caselli Foundation’s Tracker Packer Announcement

Febuary 17,2015 Murrieta, CA The Kurt Caselli Foundation is proud to announce the release of its first officially endorsed safety product, the Giant Loop Tracker Packer, a ruggedized holster for the SPOT Gen3 GPS-enabled location tracker and emergency beacon. Developed in conjunction with The Kurt Caselli Foundation, the super rugged and secure Tracker Packer firmly … Continue reading »

Feb
16

Tracker Packer Wins 2015 Nifty 50 from Powersports Business

Giant Loop’s new Tracker Packer holster for the SPOT Gen3 just won a 2015 “Nifty 50″ Best New Products award from Powersports Business! Developing the Tracker Packer was a true passion project for Giant Loop, Quinn Cody and the Kurt Caselli Foundation, and we are honored to have the Tracker Packer selected by the editors … Continue reading »

Feb
02

Giant Loop News: “Viking Biking” in ADV Moto – Riding a Honda Africa Twin in Norway with Elving Solli

Pick up the March/April issue of Adventure Motorcycle Magazine (AdvMoto) and check out my article, “Viking Biking,” about riding a Honda Africa Twin in Norway with Elving Solli!

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