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Old 07-23-2013, 11:02 AM   #226
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Thumb Giant Loop Great Basin Review: 2012 Sertao

Thanks GL and OlafofOregon

you make the best bags. 10/10

and made in the USA baby!

Here is a review of the 2013 Giant Loop Great Basin




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Old 07-24-2013, 10:27 AM   #227
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Awesome video, mounting and review! Thanks for the support and go get that bag dirty!
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Old 07-24-2013, 06:15 PM   #228
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MEDIC MoJavi Saddlebags for Events & Volunteers


To give back to our motorcycling community and the many volunteers who help make racing and group riding events possible, Giant Loop produced a special limited edition MEDIC version of our top-selling MoJavi Saddlebag, with high-visibility yellow construction and graphics to immediately identify designated medical support riders. The MEDIC MoJavi Saddlebags are available free of charge to qualifying volunteers and event organizers.

Events of 50 or more riders qualify, as well as individual volunteers who work two or more events per year. Quantities are VERY limited, and saddlebags will be awarded on a first-come-first-served basis to qualifying requests. Message us here to apply.
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Old 07-24-2013, 08:07 PM   #229
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:58 AM   #230
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Burren Rider posted some beautiful pics in his thread "Anatomy of an off road superbike", of a curious Aussie bovine, examining a KTM1190 Adventure R with Great Basin mounted. No wonder the cow was staring... His pics are amazing and the whole thread is full of them!!


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G'Day,

I ordered it from Adventure Moto here in Oz. They couldn't tell me if anyone had tried them on the 1190 yet but I figured it would fit providing the exhaust didn't get in the way.

After trialing a couple of mounting options, it now tucks in nicely and still allows the use of the rack for a tent. Room wise, it has plenty of space to fit all of my gear (including the tent and a decent winter sleeping bag) but I am going to keep the tent on the outside to avoid importing moisture. Tending to travel fairly light, I reckon could comfortably live off the bike using this setup.








And yes, cattle are indeed curious beasts

The profile of the bike stays nice and slim which was my main objective (you can barely even see it from the front).


Clearance to the exhaust is no problem.

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Old 07-25-2013, 06:20 PM   #231
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Thanks GL and OlafofOregon

you make the best bags. 10/10

and made in the USA baby!
Thanks for the post - we love following your adventures, too!

You ROCK!
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Old 07-26-2013, 06:33 PM   #232
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To give back to our motorcycling community and the many volunteers who help make racing and group riding events possible, Giant Loop produced a special limited edition MEDIC version of our top-selling MoJavi Saddlebag, with high-visibility yellow construction and graphics to immediately identify designated medical support riders. The MEDIC MoJavi Saddlebags are available free of charge to qualifying volunteers and event organizers.

Events of 50 or more riders qualify, as well as individual volunteers who work two or more events per year. Quantities are VERY limited, and saddlebags will be awarded on a first-come-first-served basis to qualifying requests. Message us here to apply.
this is Exactlty what I want for my te 510. but not "medic" is there a normal
unit just like this? serious. this is perfect for the husky.
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Old 07-27-2013, 11:24 AM   #233
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this is Exactlty what I want for my te 510. but not "medic" is there a normal
unit just like this? serious. this is perfect for the husky.

Dagwood, the Mojavi bag is the same exact one but just in black. Works great!
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Old 08-01-2013, 12:59 PM   #234
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We are at Rally in the Gorge, Stevenson Washington. Camping on site is comfy and lots of riders are present! Rides and routes for riders of sport, dual sport bikes are set up for participants. We are set up to ride and show the gear!

Heres a pic of camp:

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Old 08-02-2013, 08:18 AM   #235
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Quick question. Since the rear upper straps are now triangulated on the new coyote bag instead of separate individual straps how will that affect carriying a dry bag on top of the coyote? I usually try to spread the rear straps out so it will hold the dry bag straight and keep it from shifting around on the bike.

Pic of my original GL setup and dry bag



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Old 08-03-2013, 02:58 AM   #236
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Old 08-04-2013, 08:42 AM   #237
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My favorite Giant Loop bag, the Fort Rock, especially when going 2 up. Hauls enough for full camping /long trips.

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Old 08-06-2013, 03:34 PM   #238
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Quick question. Since the rear upper straps are now triangulated on the new coyote bag instead of separate individual straps how will that affect carriying a dry bag on top of the coyote? I usually try to spread the rear straps out so it will hold the dry bag straight and keep it from shifting around on the bike.

Pic of my original GL setup and dry bag



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Just got caught up from the Rally and have a chance to answer your post!

Yes, you can surely get enough spread on the Coyote's Cinch straps to carry a dry bag. Your pic above is exactly how I load my KTM with the new Coyote and a dry bag. The new Coyote has been equipped with the same style of Cinch Ring Harness as the Great Basin, since the Cinch Ring Harness does such a good job of load control.
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Old 08-07-2013, 01:40 PM   #239
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Quick question. Since the rear upper straps are now triangulated on the new coyote bag instead of separate individual straps how will that affect carriying a dry bag on top of the coyote? I usually try to spread the rear straps out so it will hold the dry bag straight and keep it from shifting around on the bike.
Imagine your dry bag in place of the bag of ice on Snowhawkjockey's bike in this pic:


The new "beavertail" design offers even better compression options.

GL Dry Bags include a lash loop to ensure the bags can't slide out sideways - and lashing the roll-top to your kit with a strap or carabiner is good added measure of safety. We recommend re-tensioning your kit every time you stop, as loads can compress and shift.
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Old 08-08-2013, 01:03 AM   #240
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To give back to our motorcycling community and the many volunteers who help make racing and group riding events possible, Giant Loop produced a special limited edition MEDIC version of our top-selling MoJavi Saddlebag, with high-visibility yellow construction and graphics to immediately identify designated medical support riders. The MEDIC MoJavi Saddlebags are available free of charge to qualifying volunteers and event organizers.

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