Apr
20

Giant Loop Review: ADV Pulse – “New Columbia Dry Bag Raising the Bar In Motorcycle Tail Bags”

Thank you ADV Pulse for the thorough and well-researched review of Giant Loop’s new Columbia Dry Bag! “New Columbia Dry Bag Raising the Bar In Motorcycle Tail Bags Giant Loop’s newest 70-liter dry duffel bag gets bigger, better and smarter. The Columbia Dry Bag is Giant Loop’s latest offering in their side-loading dry duffel bag line-up. With … Continue reading »

Apr
17

Giant Loop Review: Kiger Tank Bag in Cycle World’s “CW Approved – New Ideas”

Thanks Blake Conner and Cycle World Magazine for including Giant Loop’s new Kiger Tank Bag in the May 2015 issue’s “CW Approved – New Ideas” feature! “Melting Pot – Five ways to improve your ride Tough Tote The tank bag has been around for decades, but Giant Loop’s Kiger ($290) is a rugged 9-liter bag … Continue reading »

Apr
01

Tech Tip: Klamath Tail Rack Pack Mounted With Pronghorn Straps

GL Rider Jaume Von Arend (TrailDreamer.com) from Spain is in Morocco right now on his super dialed Yamaha XT660Z Tenere. Here’s how he’s using Pronghorn Straps to attach the new Klamath Tail Rack Pack to his Siskiyou Panniers:

Mar
30

Tech Tip: Pronghorn Straps for Quick-Release Saddlebag and Pannier Mounts

QUESTION Recently email from customer Tim: Hello I bought your Great Basin Saddlebag, couldn’t be happier with it. Do you sell or recommend a quick release system? I have the bag snug and fitted to my bike. I’d like be able to get under the seat or take the whole bag indoors with me without … Continue reading »

Mar
20

Giant Loop Rider: Cory from Bolivia Motors Tours South America with Coyote Saddlebag on Honda XR650R

Cory Rowden, Kiwi owner of and guide for BoliviaMotors, rode his Honda XR650R through Bolivia, Peru, Colombia and Brazil last fall with Giant Loop’s Coyote Saddlebag. Here are some of his pics and feedback: “I’ve just returned from a month riding in Bolivia, Peru, Colombia and Brazil during which I used a Giant Loop Coyote … Continue reading »

Mar
18

Tech Tip: Installing Giant Loop Mounts on KTM 500 EXC

Using a slightly longer bolt to replace the bolt connecting the side panel to the subframe on the KTM 500 EXC, the new Giant Loop Mount makes a handy anchor strap connection for the MoJavi Saddlebag and Coyote Saddlebag, keeping the webbing well away from hot exhaust. Giant Loop’s GL Mounts are the universal motorcycle … 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
10

Giant Loop Rider: Geoff’s Suzuki DRZ400 with MoJavi Saddlebag and GL Mounts

Local rider Geoff’s Suzuki DRZ400 is about as nicely set up as any we’ve seen, with Trail Tech Voyager GPS, Race Tech Suspension, full Yoshimura Exhaust and aftermarket carb. Here are some details about his MoJavi Saddlebag installation using the new Giant Loop (GL) Mounts, which will work great with the Coyote Saddlebag and Great … Continue reading »

Apr
17

Giant Loop Event: Adventure Girl, Tracy Jeffries, To Lead Ladies Group On Giant Loop’s Summer Lake Hot Springs Ride

I met Tracy at a RawHyde event in 2012 and learned that there is an appetite for DIRT in all of us. Some, like Tracy, just express it better than the rest. Tracy has devoted her motorcycling skill development and riding experiences to honing her ability to roost dirt and ride big adventure bikes with … Continue reading »

Apr
04

Giant Loop News: All Set Up For The Desert 100 Offroad Race

Dustin and Harold are on site in Odessa, WA, for this weekend’s Desert 100 offroad race. They are in good company with GL racer Alex Sherman, our friends Tracy Jeffries of Ride West BMW/Touratech, Chet, of PSSOR, Alex Martens, of Konflict Suspension and Darrell VanNieuwenhuise, of Cyclops Adventure Sports. There will be plenty of mayhem on … Continue reading »