Giant Loop Moto - Adventure Proof Packing Systems & Gear

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  1. Cory Walters

    Cory Walters Been here awhile

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    The sign of a good time.
    4 dirty bikes parked out front after some miles and smiles on the trails surrounded by trees.
    Equipped with the trail essential, the MoJavi Saddlebag to carry all the necessary trail tools.
    https://www.giantloopmoto.com/product/mojavi-saddlebag/
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    UTV season is almost here! Don’t get stranded without fuel, be prepared and carry a Giant Loop Gas Bag secured safely to the rear of your UTV. Available in 1,2,3 and 5 gallon sizes, you’ll be sure to make it back to camp without running out of fuel. Purchase a Gas Bag in the month of September and receive a FREE EZ Pour and Spout Pouch for easy re-fueling on the trail.
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    Schmokel Key to Happiness: Low Expectations

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    So yea, @OlafofOregon will the mounting system work on a PMR rack for a DR? The rack is curved around the body panels of the bike; not flat. I'm thinking it won't work because of the curves.
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  5. Cory Walters

    Cory Walters Been here awhile

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    Check out this review by Backcountry Adventure Motorsports on the Round the World Panniers that were used for 2 years!
  6. OlafofOregon

    OlafofOregon Long timer Super Supporter

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    Our former product designer had this bike and rack set up. The MotoTrekk Panniers will anchor to this Happy Trails rack, and the Siskiyou Panniers would be another good option. Our Pannier Mounts are not compatible with these somewhat unconventional racks. I believe the ProCycle racks for the DR650 are compatible with our mounts though. Hope that helps - and hope you'll choose to ride with Giant Loop!
  7. OlafofOregon

    OlafofOregon Long timer Super Supporter

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    Our Kits make it easy to pick the right basic packing system, according to riding and bike type. Plus, you’ll save 10% on the bundle.

    Here’s our Day Tripper for trail riding, day trips and extreme adventures like the Tour of Idaho, on a dirt, dual sport or enduro bike. It includes: MoJavi Saddlebag, Zigzag Handlebar Bag and Fender/Number Plate Bag https://www.giantloopmoto.com/product/giant-loop-motorcycle-soft-luggage-kits/#

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  8. Dread

    Dread Putt-Putt Adventurer

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    Maybe not what folks expect to see, but the MotoTrekk panniers are perfect for my Scrambler. Paired with SW Motech SLC carriers and side racks. Awesome fit.

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  10. OlafofOregon

    OlafofOregon Long timer Super Supporter

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    Good to know! Thanks for the post. May we share your pics and comments?
  11. OlafofOregon

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    Yep, you sure can. Question - do you think I should add a heat shield just in case? The bag is not coming into contact with the pipe and is solidly on there, with about 3 inches of clearance. I've never run a setup like this so I'm just being careful!
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  13. OlafofOregon

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    Three inches should be plenty of air flow. But you can install the Heat Shield as a muffler guard to protect the silencer from dings and scratches if you’re planning to ride much off-road.
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  14. OlafofOregon

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    Here's the list of compatible racks - the ones we've confirmed fit: ADVM X-Frames, Touratech, KTM Powerparts, Brooks AutoSports, Givi Outback, Outback Motortek and BMW R1200 GS Adventure, BMW R1250 GS Adventure and BMW F850 GS Adventure original equipment
  15. Cory Walters

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    The 5th Annual Giant Loop Garage Sale & Swap Meet is coming up fast! Join us October 5 from 9am to 12pm at the Giant Loop shop for crazy deals on blems, closeouts, seconds, display and used gear. See everyone there.

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    Hello Giant Loop,

    I just want to say thank you for making such an awesome set up to make touring and camping off a dirt bike possible. I haven't been in the game long, but I've hit it hard. Very much appreciated. Now some pics

    The war wagon.
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    The first vehicle (and the last) over Pearl Pass 2019...with full camp set up in tow. Made it up and over from the Butte side only to find out it was closed (for decently sized snow patches covering the road) on the Aspen Side.

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    The bag has come with me on over 50 high mountain passes and close to 4,000mi of travel since early August this year.

    I love it, accolades to your krew.
    Thank you!

    (And what a kickass slogan..

    Go light, go fast, go far....)
  17. OlafofOregon

    OlafofOregon Long timer Super Supporter

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    Thank you for the great comments and photos! May we share them?
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    Absolutely, I'd be stoked if you did.

    Its also worth mentioning that EVERYONE comments on the Coyote set up when I'm out and about. Good stuff, keep up the good work :thumb
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    See you at the American International Motorcycle Exposition AIMExpo! Giant Loop is not exhibiting - instead I’m walking the show and getting face time with key dealers, vendors, suppliers, distributors, media and industry friends and colleagues. Find me at the show, mention you saw this post, and get a gift. Sneak preview of new 2020 Buckin’ Roll Tank Bag too!

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