Giant Loop Moto - Adventure Proof Packing Systems & Gear

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  1. avc8130

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  2. OlafofOregon

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    Got out Sunday for a little rip in the high desert east of Bend, Brad on his KTM 1190 Adventure and me on GL's BMW F800GS!

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    On the BMW: Giant Loop's new Kiger Tank Bag with Pannier Pockets, Bushwackers Hand Guards, Coyote Saddlebag (plus prototype testing inside the saddlebag - more on that later).

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    On the KTM: MoJavi Saddlebag (fits perfectly with 1190's huge passenger handles removed), Fandango PRO Tank Bag with new GL Tank Bag Dry Pod inside. On Brad: Tracker Packer with SPOT Gen3.

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  3. OlafofOregon

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  4. avc8130

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    How come I can't see your pics?

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    OlafofOregon Long timer Super Supporter

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    :eek1Not sure . . . I see them. And I see them in your quote of my post . . . ? Bandwidth? Mobile device?

    Do you see the other pics in the thread?
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  6. avc8130

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    Yup. No problems with the rest of the pics. Let me try a different PC.

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    Nope, same pics missing on 2nd computer using different router and internet supplier.

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  8. JoeMongo

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    It's not just you. Most of the pics don't show for me either.
    J.

    Edit: it appears to be a Dropbox related issue.
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  9. OlafofOregon

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    Good to know! Thank you for giving me a heads up - on my end everything looks fine, so I had no idea. Let me move them to our Smugmug and repost.
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  10. OlafofOregon

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    This video makes me grin:

    <iframe src="//player.vimeo.com/video/97749929" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/97749929">Giant Loop video</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/overlandnow">Tad Haas</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

    Please join us for our 4th Annual Giant Loop Ride - Summer Lake Hot Springs Oregon Backcountry Overnighter! We already have nearly half of the 100 available spots filled, so CLICK HERE now to pay your deposit if you would like to ride with us on an off-road adventure in Oregon’s beautiful high desert. This is a great way to get a taste of the amazing riding here in Central Oregon – and to meet some new riding friends.

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    All street-legal bike types welcome – dual sport, adventure touring – and you can choose a from at least four different routes and groups to suit most any bike and rider skill level. Or, form your own group and ride your own route. This is not a guided trip, your fees cover camping, beer, hot springs access and the meals and snacks Giant Loop provides (Saturday breakfast and dinner and Sunday breakfast). For riders who come to Bend on Friday, we will have a volunteer OHV Trash Pick-Up event.

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    Motorcycle
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    PS: Kiger pics still busted.

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    ... body bag, personal floatation device, giant gas can, keg cooler. the possibilities are endless. good one guys.

    oh, and why in the hell does that BMW have a KTM sticker on it ?
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    I really like the Columbia dry bag. Do you intend to offer it in any other colors, like maybe orange?:D:evil


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    Custom STAFF MoJavi Saddlebags shipping to Southern California Mountains Foundation today!

    <a href="http://giantloopmoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/usfs-ohv.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-4560" src="http://giantloopmoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/usfs-ohv-1024x764.jpg" alt="usfs-ohv" width="500" height="373" /></a>
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    :lol3 The guy who was kind enough to lend it to us as a display bike runs an off-road riding school for big bikes in Italy - they own and ride all brands of bikes.
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    At this time, it's "goes with everything" gray. But if we have enough interest, we may be able to do a limited edition.:deal
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    :eek1Dang it! Sorry about that. Please stand by . . .
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    "Preparing to standby"
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    Got out Sunday for a little rip in the high desert east of Bend, Brad on his KTM 1190 Adventure and me on GL's BMW F800GS!

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    On the BMW: Giant Loop's new Kiger Tank Bag with Pannier Pockets, Bushwackers Hand Guards, Coyote Saddlebag (plus prototype testing inside the saddlebag - more on that later).

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    On the KTM: MoJavi Saddlebag (fits perfectly with 1190's huge passenger handles removed), Fandango PRO Tank Bag with new GL Tank Bag Dry Pod inside. On Brad: Tracker Packer with SPOT Gen3.

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    More shots of the Kiger Tank Bag. A full-sized iPad BARELY fits (honestly, it's super tight), but an iPad mini or similar sized tablet, phone, etc. is no problem - and the touch screen can be used through the vinyl.
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    Packing a DSLR? No problema! And that quick-draw lid makes it super easy to get in/out of the bag.
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    The seam-sealed inner Dry Pod with water-resistant zipper is included with the Kiger Tank Bag - and it's now available as an upgrade for all Fandano/Diablo Tank Bags, too. In this pic, you can just barely see the USB charger routed through the front.
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