Giant Loop Bags?

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Giant Loop Bags?

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Post by NotAMog » Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:12 pm

I recently picked up an '09 Husqvarna TE250 dual sport motorcycle. I'm looking for a way to carry some gear for extended day trips. I would rather have the bike carry the load rather than my back. The Giant Loop bag (http://www.giantloopmoto.com/) looks like one of the few options available for the Husqvarna. Does anyone have any experience with these bags? I'd be interested to find out how well they work.

I also ran across these Rotopax (http://www.rotopax.com/) fuel, water, emergency kit, and cargo containers. They look like they could have lots of uses other than ATVs and motorcycles.
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Re: Giant Loop Bags?

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Post by traveltoad » Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:44 am

I have the GL Coyote on my Super Enduro... it is AWESOME! Just do it, you will never look back. On our last ride 5 out of 6 bikes had one of the GL bags. You might try calling www.trailtricks.com for pricing, Javier usually has them for a little less than the list price. That said... Dave (at GL) is a great guy and I would have no problem paying him full retail directly.
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Post by traveltoad » Wed Dec 02, 2009 11:05 pm

Also... if you want to check out the Coyote that I have just let me know.
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