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    Hey Frez...
    Great looking kit, even all color coordinated with you & your bike!
    I'm anxious to see the heat shield and how it works.
    You going to be rep'ing Great Loop Moto Gear?
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    What's keeping that bag from catching fire on the pipe?

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    The rider is Marne from Oregon and is a customer of Great Loop Moto (not me). She had coordinated the color with her bike and riding gear. I think the bags and tank bags come in 6 or 7 colors.

    The bags come with a heat shield. Clamps to any exhaust pipe. I understand it works very well, but I intend to measure how hot the bag gets when I test it.

    I do not know Marne but she has a very good blog on riding the TW200, hunting and fishing. Her blog is titled: "women who aren't afraid of getting dirt under their fingernails."

    Here is her link: She Treads Outdoors: YE OLD BAG - GIANT LOOP MOTORCYCLE BAGS

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    Cool, ill check it out.
    Thanks,

    Quote Originally Posted by Fresno View Post
    The rider is Marne from Oregon and is a customer of Great Loop Moto (not me). She had coordinated the color with her bike and riding gear. I think the bags and tank bags come in 6 or 7 colors.

    The bags come with a heat shield. Clamps to any exhaust pipe. I understand it works very well, but I intend to measure how hot the bag gets when I test it.

    I do not know Marne but she has a very good blog on riding the TW200, hunting and fishing. Her blog is titled: "women who aren't afraid of getting dirt under their fingernails."

    Here is her link: She Treads Outdoors: YE OLD BAG - GIANT LOOP MOTORCYCLE BAGS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth View Post
    Hey Frez...

    You going to be rep'ing Giant Loop Moto Gear?
    No, no affiliation with Giant Loop Moto.

    Now if you are interested firearms, I'm in that business.
    Last edited by Fresno; 06-04-2016 at 08:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresno View Post
    No, no affiliation with Great Loop Moto.
    That's probably good since that is Giant Loop Moto (http://giantloopmoto.com).

    They do make great stuff...and they have the elevated price tag to match.

    I look forward to your ride reports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyJeeper View Post
    What's keeping that bag from catching fire on the pipe?
    She has a Cycle Rack on the bike. Look how much stuff she brought home in that bag.

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    This lady should be cordially invited to join our forum! But I concur with Larry about the prices of Giant Loop. They make Wolfman luggage seem reasonable!
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