Aug
14

Giant Loop Riders: Alberto Lara and Naomi Tweddle Ride Giant Loop of Oregon

Alberto Lara and Naomi Tweddle (www.motolara.com) added another off-road adventure to their list of travels this past week: an 800-mile giant loop dual sport motorcycle ride through Oregon, beginning and ending at Giant Loop’s shop in Bend. You may have seen Alberto’s photos in our 2015 Adventure Proof Packing Systems catalog or on social media … Continue reading »

Jul
17

Giant Loop Review: Australian Filmmaker Dave Darcy’s KTM 690 Enduro – Siskiyou Panniers, Fandango Tank Bag, Tillamook Dry Bag, Columbia Dry Bag, Bushwackers Hand Guards

GIANT LOOP – GEAR REVIEW – Siskiyou Panniers – Fandango Tank Bag Pro – Columbia Dryg Bag We first used Giant Loop products to carry our gear from London to Sydney on our KTM 690s in 2012. We had a Great Basin on the back, some dry bags and a Fandango tank bag. This system … Continue reading »

Mar
17

Tech Tip: How-To Installation Video for Kiger Tank Bag, Fandango Tank Bag, Diablo Tank Bag

Here’s how to install Giant Loop’s Kiger Tank Bag, Fandango Tank Bag or Diablo Tank Bag on motorcycles – like the BMW GS models or the Honda CB500X shown in the video – that do not have exposed frame rails. By removing the seat, installing the Tank Bag Harness, putting the seat back down and … 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 »

Mar
06

Giant Loop Riders: MotoLara on South America Adventure with Great Basin Saddlebag, Fandango Tank Bag . . . and HydroFlask

Two Bend, Oregon-based companies with products on a motorcycle adventure in South America: HydroFlask and Giant Loop!

Sep
10

Giant Loop Fitment: BMW F650 Funduro and GL Saddlebags, Tank Bags

Local jewelery designer John Paul recently sold his ’70s vintage BMW R90, and he came by the shop with his first dual sport motorcycle, a 1999 BMW F650 Funduro (pre-GS)! He wanted to see which of the Giant Loop Saddlebags and Tank Bags best fit his bike. After fitting the MoJavi Saddlebag, Coyote Saddlebag and … Continue reading »

Aug
14

Tech Tip: 1-Gallon Reda Gas Can in Fandango Tank Bag

Need to carry an extra gallon of fuel for your next adventure? The 1-gallon Reda Gas Can fits inside Giant Loop’s Fandango Tank Bag! And when you don’t need to carry extra fuel, the Fandango Tank Bag keeps all of your small motorcycling essentials handy – which a bigger gas tank isn’t going to do … Continue reading »

May
09

Giant Loop Rider: Jack Broomall Riding The Cannon Ball Centennial Ride

Giant Loop Rider Jack Broomall is taking part in the historic Cannon Ball Centennial, following the original route taken by Erwin Baker, the original “Cannon Ball”. He is riding a BMW F800GS with Fandango Tank Bag and Tillamook Dry Bag. Jack has ridden cross country a few times before, most notably on his vintage Hodaka, … Continue reading »

Mar
19

Giant Loop Rider: Death Valley Noobs Rally Medical Volunteer Rob Preps MEDIC MoJavi Saddlebag

We enjoyed this recent message from one of our “Mojavis For Medics” program participants, Rob: “Hello again, Here is some more info on myself. Fulltime Fire Rescue at Canmore Fire Rescue in Canada (just outside Banff AB in the Mountains). My title here is Lieutenant Operations/Hazmat/Training – as an ALS fire medic in the mountains I … Continue reading »

Mar
05

Giant Loop Rider: Terence Is Riding “Anywhere But South”, In South East Asia With Great Basin Saddlebag

Terence Tay has set out on a 15,000km, three month long journey from his home of Singapore. He has dubbed it “Anywhere But South” and the route travels through Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and Malaysia. He is the first solo biker to travel through Myanmar and wrote in to say “”Btw, I’m officially the first rider … Continue reading »

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