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Old 03-18-2010, 10:36 AM   #1
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NEW! MoJavi from Giant Loop

Our good friend (owner of Trail Tricks, moto maniac, ace mechanic and total riding junkie) Javier Gonzalez, asked us to create the perfect day ride kit for his ventures in the Mojave and Baja.

Just enough space to get the back or fanny pack full of tools, tubes, lunch, etc. off yourself. No racks or hardware required to securely pack this gear on those 150 mile single track adventures into the mountains or desert.



Tools and bottles not included but you get the idea!



Fits all dirt bikes, stays on and is built form the same burly materials as our Coyote and Great Basin for hard-core off-road punishment.



You'll be surprised how much energy you save without 15 pounds of gear on your shoulders!


$199 - we're shipping monday 3/22/10


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Old 03-18-2010, 11:17 AM   #2
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Our good friend (owner of Trail Tricks, moto maniac, ace mechanic and total riding junkie) Javier Gonzalez, asked us to create the perfect day ride kit for his ventures in the Mojave and Baja.

Just enough space to get the back or fanny pack full of tools, tubes, lunch, etc. off yourself. No racks or hardware required to securely pack this gear on those 150 mile single track adventures into the mountains or desert.



Tools and bottles not included but you get the idea!



Fits all dirt bikes, stays on and is built form the same burly materials as our Coyote and Great Basin for hard-core off-road punishment.



You'll be surprised how much energy you save without 15 pounds of gear on your shoulders!


$199 - we're shipping monday 3/22/10


www.giantloopmoto.com
Thanks Dave and Harold , this is exacly wat i looking for the last 6 years ,now my baja trips and desert/mountain exploring be much enjoyable and intense ,imagine a 3 day baja ride and you 2 tubes,air pump,patch kit ,tools ,rain gear and a jacket secure and out o you body ,only you wallet and the water system in you back ,can't waith to next week 5 days trip from frazier park to death valley 1000 miles for a test ride be a really good test
This is also a greath product for rally racers the not have a water boy chasing him around
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:24 PM   #3
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Guys, I'm fortunate enough to be a GL guinea pig, and let me tell you...THIS THING ROCKS!







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I've got 3 solid rides on the MoJavi and have only touched it with my butt once, have NOT had to re-tighten or adjust it and basically don't even know it's there. I plan to race with it at a GP this weekend!
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:34 PM   #4
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so much for the ogio flight vest idea.

wox, it looks awesome, gotta get me one, I hear chicks really dig it
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:40 PM   #5
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Nice write up B!

And, another choice product from our friends at Giant Loop.

Thanks for "bringin' it" Wachs.
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Old 03-18-2010, 09:56 PM   #6
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Old 03-18-2010, 10:10 PM   #7
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Old 03-18-2010, 11:00 PM   #8
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Dude you own a beer for the whole trip in june ,I turn you into a probably the best idea ever for day harcore ridding and you leave me on the side for the testing part were is my test mule bag??
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Old 03-19-2010, 07:05 AM   #9
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would there be any concern about running this bag on an 09 450EXC with regularity? I'd be putting my blueridge toolkit in the top section, and spares/tubes/water/snacks in the sides.

I ask just because the subframe on the EXC is practically non-existent. I would worry a bit about fracturing that rear fender plastic right off the aluminum rails.

Presumably people have used the Coyote fully loaded on much longer trips without subframe reinforcement though, so it's probably ok??

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Old 03-19-2010, 07:25 AM   #10
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would there be any concern about running this bag on an 09 450EXC with regularity? I'd be putting my blueridge toolkit in the top section, and spares/tubes/water/snacks in the sides.

I ask just because the subframe on the EXC is practically non-existent. I would worry a bit about fracturing that rear fender plastic right off the aluminum rails.

Presumably people have used the Coyote fully loaded on much longer trips without subframe reinforcement though, so it's probably ok??

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CD, there's hardly any subframe on the KX250 pictured either, and I've hammered the thing with no issues. You can always put your heavier stuff down the side pouches and just keep the top pouch for the light stuff. There's no set rule as to how to pack it.

On a side note, N2moto on the 450x above was able to slide the leading edge of the bag underneath the back of his seat making the MoJavi even MORE secure! This will vary bike-to-bike.

Javier, you're gonna love this thing!



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Old 03-19-2010, 07:33 AM   #11
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Awesome bag Dave!

I'm sure it's going to hold up and fit great if it's anything like my GreatBasin bag I have from you!

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Old 03-19-2010, 10:09 AM   #12
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CD, there's hardly any subframe on the KX250 pictured either, and I've hammered the thing with no issues. You can always put your heavier stuff down the side pouches and just keep the top pouch for the light stuff. There's no set rule as to how to pack it.

On a side note, N2moto on the 450x above was able to slide the leading edge of the bag underneath the back of his seat making the MoJavi even MORE secure! This will vary bike-to-bike.

Javier, you're gonna love this thing!



I no and Im going to like even more all the beer the dave owns me on this one , see you in couple o months
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Old 03-19-2010, 10:09 AM   #13
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Old 03-19-2010, 10:29 AM   #14
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Can someone throw one of these on a Husky and see if it fits. I'm concerned w/ the minimalist side panels of the Husky.

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Old 03-19-2010, 11:27 AM   #15
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Can someone throw one of these on a Husky and see if it fits. I'm concerned w/ the minimalist side panels of the Husky.

I will fit no problem , If you look at the point were the subframe atach to the frame ,that give you the pivot point and mounting area
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