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Rider Magazine Shines “New & Cool Product Spotlight” on Tracker Packer

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Thanks Rider magazine for the October 2015 “New & Cool Product Spotlight” on the Giant Loop Tracker Packer for SPOT Gen3!
Rider magazine Oct 2015 Tracker Packer SPOT Gen3

On The Spot
The Tracker Packer from Giant Loop is a rugged holster for the SPOT Gen3 GPS-enabled location tracker and emergency beacon. The Tracker Packer attaches the SPOT Gen3 device to the rider’s arm, backpack shoulder strap, handlebars, fork tube or other location. Features include a high-visibility closure printed with “EMERGENCY” and the “Caselli 66” logo, a redundant double hook-and-loop attachment system, Slip-Not grippy backing, foam padding and reflective trim. The Tracker Packer ($40) is also available bundled with the SPOT Gen3 for $150. A portion of all sales will be donated to the Kurt Caselli Foundation.

Cycle World Magazine Dubs Giant Loop “Best Hard-Core Saddlebag and Tank-Bag Solution”

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“The best hard-core saddlebag and tank-bag solution we’ve found is from Giant Loop. Coyote 39-liter saddlebags (giantloopmoto.com, $360) attach securely without using heavy metal racks and come with heat shields to protect from the hot muffler. Capacity is huge, and three waterproof liner bags are included. Diablo Pro Tank Bag adds 4 liters up front ($210) and has a clear map pocket with a power cord inlet for devices. Zippered base has a fuel-cap cutout, meaning the bag can flip out of the way for easy refueling. There are cheaper solutions to carrying stuff, but these American-made pieces have been over mountains and across deserts with no issues.”
— ADV Lite, Cycle World Magazine, November 2015

Cycle World Magazine ADV Lite Yamaha WR250.






Paolo Cattaneo Circumnavigates Australia

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Adventure tour around Australia with Siskiyou Panniers, Fandango Tank Bag, Tillamook Dry Bag
From Paolo in Australia: “I’m writing you to give you an update about my travels and about your products, that I’ve been using during my trip about Australia, that has come to a completion now, after 8 months on the road and roughly 40000km. I’ve pretty much started from Sydney and rode all around the perimeter of this continent, covering Tasmania and Ayers Rock as well.

I’ve been using the Siskiyou Panniers, and I’ve covered all sort of terrains, speeds and temperatures (above the zero). Australia gives you a vast range of possibilities to test yourself and your gear, in terms of variety of conditions, and I have to say I was very happy to have your products with me during my journey.

Overall, the robustness, flexibility and storage capability of the products are really remarkable, in my opinion. You guys have done a great job.

Tillamook Dry Bag served me very well too; Fandango Tank Bag was very handy and so the Zigzag Handlebar Bag.

I just wanted to say THANK YOU for making this journey of mine a pleasure. The past months riding with your equipment were great. So much better than the hard panniers!

You can go through my adventure also, via my Instagram account.
www.instagram.com/paoloinoz I’ve been posting a picture a day for the past 230 days, gaining a lot of followers and a lot of likes and reposts from all over the world and from other popular dual sport and adventure riding accounts.

Best regards,
Paolo Cattaneo
Travelling around Australia

Video: How to Mount Coyote Saddlebag + MoJavi Saddlebag on Late Model KTM, Husqvarna Fenders

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Here’s how to use the loop of our custom-woven Ballistic® nylon (included with Giant Loop’s Coyote Saddlebag and MoJavi Saddlebag) instead of the Fender Hooks to anchor the bag to the rear fender. Simply loosen the bolts holding the two halves of the rear fender together enough to thread the webbing between the upper fender and the under-fender support. Check webbing positioning: Saddlebag should sit right behind seat when side anchor straps are tensioned. Retighten bolts to sandwich webbing between fender components, positioned to anchor Saddlebag behind rear seat when side straps are tight. Thread webbing through underside of Saddlebag in pass through thumb-lock buckles – push the stiff webbing through and pull to tight to finish. When Saddlebag is not on bike, use buckle, wire tie or other simple method to prevent loose webbing ends from dangling into hot exhaust. Go light, go fast, go far!

Video: How to Use Giant Loop Possibles Pouches as Easy Access Pockets on Dual Sport Motorcycle Soft Luggage

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Giant Loop’s modular, customizable Adventure Proof Packing System for motorcycles makes packing easy, speeds access, distributes gear across the bike, helps position weight closer to the bike’s center and allow riders to choose which components to add or remove for a given ride or motorcycle type. Here, we’ve use the Possibles Pouches as easy-to-reach external pockets on the Coyote Saddlebag for dual sport, enduro and dirt bikes – one for spare inner tubes and another for tools and supplies. Use this promo code for free USA shipping: GLSHIP
Go light, go fast, go far!

Limited Edition RED MoJavi Saddlebag

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Pre-order today to reserve your Limited Edition RED MoJavi Saddlebag – we will produce just 24 of these bags this year. The Limited Edition RED MoJavi Saddlebag includes our Hot Springs Heat Shield kit and a pair of Giant Loop Mounts – no additional charge. Shipping is for USA only – international customers will receive a separate invoice for their shipping total. Price: $230, plus $16 USA shipping. SHIPPING IN APPROXIMATELY 6 WEEKS!

Limited Edition RED MoJavi Saddlebag

Pre-order now to reserve your Limited Edition MoJavi Saddlebag in RED. We’re producing just 24 of these bags – the production version will feature our standard GL logo screen printed on the side pockets just like the original MoJavi Saddlebag.

Limited Edition ORANGE MoJavi Saddlebag

Giant Loop’s Limited Edition RED MoJavi Saddlebag will look very similar to the Limited Edition ORANGE MoJavi Saddlebag we produced earlier this year.

Giant Loop Mob Armor Smart Phone Handlebar Mount

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We have tested the Mob Armor Smart Phone Handlebar Mount over thousands of miles now with an iPhone 6 in a LifeProof case, and it is BOMBER! The handlebar clamp fits virtually anything with handlebars, including bicycles (we’ve used it on our Rally Raid Honda CB500X Adventure and our KTM 500 EXC), and it installs in about 60 seconds. The Giant Loop Mob Armor mount handles all but the very most extreme riding (we finally managed to bump the phone out while riding with the throttle pinned in three-foot whoops on the KTM – if you’re riding like this, simply remove the phone from the mount). The bar/bike mount is the perfect mounting accessory for quick and tool-less installation and removal on square, round, odd shaped rails and bars. The clamp can open its jaws and grab anything between 0.75 inch to 1.5 inch (20mm to 40mm).


Price: $64.99 black only (includes free USA shipping – international customers will be invoice separately for shipping)

Giant Loop Mob Armor Smart Phone Handlebar Mount

The Mob Armor mount is the ultimate solution in smartphone holders. Powder coated finish for durability. Fits Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Samsung, Sony, GL and many other smart phones (scroll down for complete list).


Mount pivots for vertical or horizontal viewing.


Foam pad branded with Giant Loop GL logo soaks up vibration.


Mounts/dismounts in seconds with heavy duty universal handlebar clamp.


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“Viking Biking – Riding Roots in Norway on an Africa Twin”: Adventure Motorcycle Magazine, March/April 2015

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With all of the news swirling around the introduction of the new Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin, the timing is perfect to revisit the story Giant Loop owner/founder Harold Olaf Cecil published in the March/April 2015 issue of Adventure Motorcycle magazine about spending a week on the Honda XRV750 Africa Twin, riding dirt, gravel and twisty paved roads in Norway last June. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF OF “VIKING BIKING – NORWAY ON AN AFRICA TWIN”:ADVMoto Mar 2015 – Norway on an Africa Twin by Giant Loop’s Harold Olaf Cecil

Adventure Motorcycle magazine March/April 2015

Adventure Motorcycle magazine March/April 2015

Viking Biking - Riding Roots in Norway on an Africa Twin

Viking Biking – Riding Roots in Norway on an Africa Twin

Viking Biking - Riding Roots in Norway on an Africa Twin

Viking Biking – Riding Roots in Norway on an Africa Twin