The Coyote is a slightly smaller version of Giant Loop's Great Basin Biomorphic Horseshoe Shaped Rackless Saddlebag. With 39 Liters of storage capacity there's plenty of room to safely carry gear for overnight or multi-day trips — and still have access to the entire saddle — with the Coyote Saddlebag Roll Top mounted to the rear fender and/or tail rack of virtually any bike. No passenger pegs required, the Coyote Saddlebag Roll Top anchors to the frame or subframe on most motorcycle makes/models. The unique shape allows for fitment on virtually any type of motorcycle. Manufactured from virtually indestructible 100% Waterproof 22 oz. vinyl coated polyester reinforced with ballistic nylon, the Coyote can take a licking and keep on ticking. The large 100% Waterproof Zipper along the top gains access to the 3 RF Welded Waterproof Inner Liner Dry Pods with Purge Valves without removing the bag from your motorcycle. We all have years of personal experience riding with Giant Loop Products and can't endorse their items enough. Their products are perfect examples of functional necessity. Giant Loop's Luggage is modular in its design affording you multiple packing options. Use Pronghorn Straps to attach any of their Dry Bags such as the Tillamook, Columbia or Rogue to your Coyote Saddlebag or double up on ultimate storage by adding either the Fandango or Diablo Tank Bags.
“The best hard-core saddlebag and tank-bag solution we’ve found is from Giant Loop... There are cheaper solutions to carrying stuff, but these American-made pieces have been over mountains and across deserts with no issues.” — Cycle World Magazine
Volume: 39 liters
Weight: 4.5 lbs (with included Hot Springs Heat Shield and 3 Dry Pods)
Approximate dimensions (fully packed)
Note: For all 1090 thru 1290 Adventure owners consider purchasing Giant Loop's Passenger Handle Removal Kit for ease of mounting
Manufacturers Limited Lifetime Warranty
Posted by Unknown on 1st May 2020
I really like these bags. They are durable, waterproof and very light weight. If you have a KTM 790 I would also buy the kit from Giant Loop to eliminate the grab handles. It seems to tie down really well and is a great alternative to heavier and more expensive hard cases. The downside is that it is not as secure. One word of caution is that the coyote is really meant for skinnier seats.