Jul
16

Giant Loop Tech Tip: Saddlebag Strapping Location For Newer KTM’s

As I rig up and ride different Giant Loop packing systems on our 2012 KTM 500 EXC, I am always looking for a different solutions to strapping the right side. There is a factory heat shield covering the subframe, at the point I like to thread the strap mount. There are several types of bolt-on hardware … Continue reading »

Jul
09

Giant Loop Racers: Baja Rally Announces Fuel Range Requirements, Recommends Mojavi Saddlebag For Carrying Extra Fuel

Here is the Press Release: From: Baja Rally <bajarally@gmail.com> Date:07/08/2014 9:13 PM (GMT-08:00) To: Baja Rally Subject: IMPORTANT NOTE: FUEL RANGE EXTENDED Riders and Crews- Due to at least one lengthy route on the BAJA RALLY 2.0, we will have a 205 mile (329km) special where we may not have a gas stop set up … Continue reading »

Jun
19

Giant Loop Review: Thumperbay.com Wheelies Into Camp With Mojavi Saddlebag

The riders over at Thumperbay.com went camping on a Honda CRF250L, with the Mojavi Saddlebag and wrote a great review on their blog.   A Quote from the review ” …I spent some time in the garage getting the saddlebags fitted to the bike. They come with lots of extra webbing, to accomodate a wide … Continue reading »

Jun
02

Giant Loop Gear: Placer County Search and Rescue Motorcycle Team @ Hangtown Races 2014

We sent a handful of Medic Mojavi Saddlebags, down to the folks at Placer County Search and Rescue, for their support of Hangtown MX.  One of the guys posted a great pic of the Medic Mojavi equipped bikes on our FaceBook page.  Another medic posted her experience, “These packs were amazing today. Lots of positive … Continue reading »

May
13

Giant Loop Tech Tip: Using A Fender Strap Instead of Fender Hooks For Mounting Mojavi Saddlebag or Coyote Saddlebag

Problem: The latest edition of KTM 350 and 500 EXC dual sports come equipped with a thicker and much stronger rear fender. This is to keep the taillight assembly from flexing into the rear tire during rough riding. This new design is an added benefit for those of us that like to carry loads strapped … Continue reading »

Mar
18

Giant Loop Racer: South African Dakar Rally Podium Finisher Brett Cummings on “Why I Use Giant Loop”

Giant Loop Racer, Brett Cummings, shared his race resume with us (see below) — and included his reasoning for working with Giant Loop. “Why I will use Giant Loop: When training alone and with no backup, one really needs to make sure that you have all your tools, medical equipment as well as nutrition and … Continue reading »

Mar
12

Giant Loop Racers: Mojavi Saddlebag Returns To The 2014 Tuareg Rally

Last year, Giant Loop sent out custom yellow  Mojavi Saddlebags to the Husaberg Adventure Team, just before the Tuareg Rally. Husaberg Team racer, Lukas Matzinger, mounted his  Mojavi and used it to carry the essentials for racing the Rally. While following Lukas, I discovered he wasn’t the only one using a Mojavi Saddlebag. There were … Continue reading »

Feb
27

Giant Loop News: “Powered By Giant Loop” Offers New Mojavi Saddlebag Program

In the spirit of the “Mojavi for Medics” program, Giant Loop has found another way to support the folks who volunteer their time to produce the events, rides and races for us to enjoy. If you our your club would like to apply for this new program, click this link to download the application. Check out the details! … Continue reading »

Oct
11

Giant Loop Rider: Cycle Wipes’ Dave Swezey Rips Idaho Single Track

We’ve met a lot of great people in the motorcycle business, and Dave Swezey (owner/founder of Cycle Wipes, general manager at Ride West BMW) represents everything we love about our industry. Enthusiasm and good vibes gush forth from Dave like a mountain spring. Every time he talks about riding you can see the gleam in … Continue reading »

Oct
09

Giant Loop Rider: Chilly White Tours Northern Baja – With No Dust!

Chilly White, who just finished third in the Baja Rally, rode south of the border, for six days last month, and got to enjoy some natural dust abatement. He was riding with a couple fellas, and they kept to the technical riding. They were able to ride 1100 miles on the trip and covered some … Continue reading »

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