Jun
26

Giant Loop Rider: Tolga’s “Ride Must Go On”, All ‘Round the World

Ride Must Go On Hello , my name is Tolga Basol and I’m from Istanbul, Turkey. I’ve been working for the media industry in Istanbul about 14 years. I bought my first motorcycle about 12 years ago. Since then I’ve tried to travel with my bike to different parts of the world on my short … Continue reading »

May
30

Giant Loop Rider: Simpson Desert Video From David Darcy Of Australia

David Darcy and his KTM 690 Enduro are getting some tracks in the sand, packing a Great Basin Saddlebag and Rogue Dry Bag.

Apr
22

Giant Loop Rider: Solana Visits GL With Her Yamaha XT250, To Get Equipped For Her Summer Ride To Canada

We were working away packing orders and doing office work, when there was a knock at the door. Solana, a college instructor and Xterra race winner enjoying her first enduro bike, had come by to get some fit questions answered. She has planned a dual sport  ride to Canada this summer and needed a packing system … Continue reading »

Jan
14

Giant Loop Rider: Jaume Rides Morocco on Yamaha XT660Z Tenere with Great Basin and Fandango

ADVrider Jaumev had an awesome ride through Morocco on his newly built custom Yamaha XT660Z Tenere and posted a ride report with pics. He did a similar ride, last year on his highly detailed Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere, but this year, the lighter, smaller brother is his steed. He rode with Fandango Tank Bag, Great … Continue reading »

Jan
09

Giant Loop Review: Tillamook Dry Bag, Rogue Dry Bag in BMW Owners News

Thank you Kit J. Vercella for the comprehensive review of Giant Loop’s Tillamook Dry Bag and Rogue Dry Bag in the January 2014 “Kit And Caboodle” column of BMW Owners News magazine. This is our favorite part: “A personal side note: Although not necessarily relevant to your purchasing decision, there is something heartening about a … Continue reading »

Dec
06

Giant Loop Review: Tillamook Dry Bag, Rogue Dry Bag featured in BMW Owner’s News Magazine Gift Guide

Thanks BMW Owners News magazine for including Giant Loop’s Rogue Dry Bag and Tillamook Dry Bag in the December issue’s Gift Guide! Giant Loop “Packing innovator Giant Loop’s Rogue Dry bag (17 liters, $73) and Tillamook Dry Bag (38 liters, $89) add 100 percent waterproof double-ended gear storage to virtually any on- or off-road motorcycle. … Continue reading »

Nov
22

Giant Loop Review: Rubber Boa Straps, Pronghorn Straps, Rogue & Tillamook Dry Bags in BMW Motorcycle Magazine

From BMW Motorcycle Magazine, Winter 2013: “Motorcycle Adventure Gear Giant Loop has become known for products that are rugged yet lightweight and can be loaded with stability. New products include: Pronghorn Straps: Multi-purpose stretch polyurethane straps with virtually unbreakable fasteners. You’ll find a hundred uses for these tough, quick-connecting straps for securing items to bike … 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
20

Giant Loop Gear: Two New Waterproof Double Ended Roll Top Dry Bags, Plus Expedition Fender Straps

Just in time for Fall and Winter motorcycle riding, Giant Loop releases two NEW 100% waterproof double ended roll top dry bags, the Tillamook Dry Bag and the Rogue Dry Bag. Plus, expedition strength shock cord fender straps, the Rubber Boa Straps. NEW MOTORCYCLE PRODUCT: Tillamook Dry Bag (38 liters) and Rogue Dry Bag (17 liters) Indispensible … 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 »