Oct
10

Giant Loop Rider: Photographer David Schelske Sends Thank You from Washington Backcountry Discovery Route

Truly moved by this one – it really requires no commentary: Hey Guys 4 years ago you guys at Giant Loop auctioned off a bag and donated the money to me after I was injured filming at the races. On the 4 year anniversary of that accident, a few friends and I took off on … Continue reading »

Oct
04

Giant Loop Rider: 2,500 Miles on BMW R1200GS “Dry As A Bone”

Thanks GL rider Timothy for the great comments and pics. Glad you enjoyed the journey – and stayed dry during the crazy Colorado weather. Ride while you can! “Just got back from 2,500 mile ride and all my Giant loop gear performed very well. Mostly good weather except two days in western Colorado (heavy thunderstorms).” … Continue reading »

Sep
25

Giant Loop Rider: Kail Visits on Oregon Backcountry Tour with KTM 990 Adventure

Really cool to have a visit from Giant Loop rider Kail, who stopped by the shop after five days of exploring the Oregon Backcountry Discovery Route on his KTM 990 Adventure. Check out his nice tool box fabrication! And the Buckin’ Roll Tank Bag works great with his Safari Tank and the Fandango Tank Bag! … Continue reading »

Sep
18

Giant Loop Rider: Overland International Tech Editor’s Fly-And-Buy BMW F650GS Paris-Dakar

Thanks Christophe Noel for the beautiful pics and great feedback. Because Giant Loop packing systems strap onto a broad spectrum of motorcycle makes and models, it’s easy to travel for a fly-and-ride or a fly-and-buy.  Just check your saddlebags as luggage and use tank bags and dry bags as carry-on bags. and Glad the Coyote … Continue reading »

Sep
13

Giant Loop Video: Honda XRV750 Africa Twin in Slovenia with Great Basin Saddlebag, Fandango Tank Bag

Aim for the Horizon – three UK riders on Honda XRV750 Africa Twins with Great Basin Saddlebags and Fandango Tank Bags – share the latest chapter of their ongoing adventures: riding Slovenia. In the snow, no less! Good thing they embrace the “go light, go fast, go far” approach, with gear positioned closest to the … Continue reading »

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