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!
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Free shipping code (USA only): 2014MOTO
9 Gifts Every Motorcycle Rider Needs – $60 and Under
Pronghorn Straps (package of 2) $16-$20
A thousand uses – essential gear for every rider. See Dirt Rider Magazine award in left column. BUY NOW!
Rubber Boa Straps (package of 2) $25
Fit most dirt bike plastic fenders – dead solid secure. Pair with Possibles Pouch to make ultimate fender bag. BUY NOW!
Giant Loop “Go Light. Go Fast. Go Far.” Short Sleeve T-Shirt (S-XXL) $20
Comfy 100% cotton tee featuring original illustration of rally racer in Tunisia. BUY NOW!
Giant Loop “Cow Skull & Sunset” Mesh Ball Cap (adjustable) $20
Cures helmet hair. Features original illustration of icon sun-bleached cow skull. BUY NOW!
Giant Loop “Go Light. Go Fast. Go Far.” Long Sleeve Quick-Drying Tech Tee $35
Ultimate comfort in all conditions under riding gear and armor. Features original illustration of rally racer in Tunisia. BUY NOW!
Bushwackers Hand Guards (set of 2) $40
Cold, wet, muddy, windy? Strap these over any deflectors for maximum hand and control protection. BUY NOW!
Zigzag Handlebar Bag $55
Fits virtually anything with handlebars – and other locations. Perfect for keys, wallet, phone and essentials. BUY NOW!
Possibles Pouch $60
Universal gear pocket attaches to engine guard, fender, GL luggage and many other uses. Tools, spare front tube – keeps kit organized. BUY NOW!
NEW 2015! Ochoco Enduro Tail Pack $60
Bolts onto plastic fender or metal tail rack – or straps on to many locations. Tool organizers, mesh pocket and key clip inside. BUY NOW!
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 as an essential overnight riding gear pack as well as been a huge help with commuting duties. Also, since they are not bike-specific and are super adjustable, these could be the only panniers you’ll need — even if you have multiple bikes.”
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 of off-road riding. They can secure a headlight, strap down a fender pack, hold down fully loaded panniers, and even hold a broken boot together.”
Giant Loop Snow, our parallel twin website for adventure proof snowmobile gear, is live and ready to take your order! We’re super stoked and to share the love, we’re offering free shipping on all Giant Loop snowmobile gear (US only, while supplies last) until the end of 2014. Just use this code when you checkout of the shopping cart: 2014SNOW
Limited quantities produced – get yours while they last!
REVELSTOKE TUNNEL BAG - for mountain sleds
TORNGAT TUNNEL BAG - for touring snowmobiles, backcountry skiing and snowboarding
KOOTENAY POCKET - for all snowmobiles
ZIGZAG BAR BAG - for all snowmobile bumpers and bars
BUSHWACKERS HAND GUARDS - for all snowmobiles with rigid deflectors
PRONGHORN STRAPS - for all snowmobiles
Thanks Dirt Rider Magazine for taking the time to check out our gear at the 2014 AIMExpo in Orlando, Florida! We had a Christini 450 All-Wheel-Drive Dual Sport display bike equipped with our core dirt bike gear: MoJavi Saddlebag, Buckin’ Roll Tank Bag, Zigzag Handlebag Bag, Bushwackers Hand Guards and Fender Bag (Possibles Pouch + Rubber Boa Straps, not in the video).
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Congratulations to GL racers Tracy Sheehan and Nick Sheehan for the strong finish in brutal conditions at the 24 hours of Starvation Ridge race! Looks like the Bushwackers Hand Guards came in handy.
Here’s Tracy’s report: “Here’s a small recap of the race this weekend. Mud, lots of mud… Nick crashed and hurt his shoulder and midnight still went out for another night lap. I had some intermittent bike trouble. Nick placed 3rd overall. I placed 5th overall. It was a very challenging weekend, but overall we had a blast!! I truly Love my Bushwhacker Guards!”