Apr
20

Giant Loop Review: ADV Pulse – “New Columbia Dry Bag Raising the Bar In Motorcycle Tail Bags”

Thank you ADV Pulse for the thorough and well-researched review of Giant Loop’s new Columbia Dry Bag! “New Columbia Dry Bag Raising the Bar In Motorcycle Tail Bags Giant Loop’s newest 70-liter dry duffel bag gets bigger, better and smarter. The Columbia Dry Bag is Giant Loop’s latest offering in their side-loading dry duffel bag line-up. With … 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 »

Mar
09

Tech Tip: Fandango Tank Bag on BMW R1200GS by XLADV.com

Thanks XLADV.com for the review — and especially for mentioning zipper care (that’s one reason why your Fandango Tank Bag has served your well for so long)! The new Giant Loop Tank Bag Dry Pod fits all models of the Fandango and Diablo Tank Bag. Check out the new Fandango Pro Tank Bag with integrated … Continue reading »

Jan
05

Giant Loop Review: BMW Owners News Highlights Columbia Dry Bag

Thanks BMW Owners News for highlighting the new 100% waterproof Columbia Dry Bag: “Better than top-loading duffels, Columbia Dry Bag opens from both ends, providing quick access to gear without unstrapping the Dry Bag from the motorcycle.”

Dec
18

Giant Loop News: Roadrunner Goes “Island Hopping” in Nova Scotia on Beta 498

Roadrunner Motorcycle Touring & Travel magazine’s February 2015 issue features a tasty adventure in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia on a Beta 498 RR kitted with Giant Loop’s Coyote Saddleabag, Diablo Tank Bag with Pannier Pockets and Fender Bag. Thanks Zac Kurylyk – great “Reader Ride” story!

Dec
12

Giant Loop Review: Siskiyou Panniers in Dirt Rider’s “DR Tested”

Dirt Rider Magazine‘s December issue features Giant Loop’s Siskiyou Panniers in a “DR Tested” long-term use review, written after using them in Baja and months of riding off-road and city commuting. Dirt Rider concludes: “Other than being super dusty, after months of use the Siskiyou Panniers are no worse for the wear and have served … Continue reading »

Dec
11

Giant Loop’s Pronghorn Straps “Product of the Year – Under $25″ by Dirt Rider Magazine

Thank you Dirt Rider Magazine for naming Giant Loop’s Pronghorn Straps “Product of the Year – Under $25″! Dirt Rider writes: “We can always use straps, whether on the trail or just to secure the load in an overstuffed truck bed. These super simple, seemingly infinitely stretchable straps have held tight for hundreds of miles … Continue reading »

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