In their latest issue, Cycle News gave digital ink to the Possibles Pouch, in the CN Stuff section. Check out Cycle News and their online motorcycle racing magazine. It has always been my go-to magazine for the latest news and photos of motorcycle racing action. Be it the local, regional, national or international racing series Cycle News has write … Continue reading »
Over at ExpeditionPortal.com, Christophe Noel tells about using the full Giant Loop motorcycle packing system on his BMW F650 Dakar. Christophe is using a Fandango Tank Bag, Coyote Saddlebag with Drypods and Rogue Dry Bag. His BMW is a desirable edition and Giant Loop looks just right, all mounted up. He writes in his review, “…It … Continue reading »
Pretty sure my nephew Oscar is right about the jolly fat man’s affinity for motorbikes – next best thing to a magic sleigh and reindeer! From our Giant Loop family to yours, wishing you the Merriest Christmas and a Healthy, Happy, Prosperous New Year! Thanks for helping make 2013 the best year yet.
Giant Loop Rider: Jill Rides 1800 Miles To Leguna Seca, On Her Yamaha FZ6 With Great Basin Saddle Bag
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 … Continue reading »
Giant Loop Rider: 10,000 KM in Australia’s Outback on KTM 950 Adventure with Siskiyou Panniers, Diablo Tank Bag
Close call with an emu, field repairs and bags “tough as guts” – great email from Giant Loop rider Jack of Perth, Western Australia! Thanks for fantastic pics and story. Hey fellas, Just got back from a 10,000km solo trip from Western Australia thru the Great Victoria Desert to Uluru (Ayres Rock), down the Oodnadatta … Continue reading »
Thanks BMW Motorcycle Magazine for the test and write up of Giant Loop’s new Fort Rock Top Case! Especially cool is that it was used as part of the new BMW R1200GS “water boxer” test. Enjoy the go light, go fast approach – the Fort Rock Top Case weighs a fraction of the typical hard … Continue reading »