Coyote Saddlebag™ – 10% off LAST WHITE

(5 customer reviews)



Coyote Saddlebag featured in Motology Films “Motonomand III – Riders of the Andes”


Coyote Saddlebag™

Product Description

waterproof icon for Giant Loop soft luggageCoyote Saddlebag is the current version of the original flagship horseshoe-shaped dual sport and enduro rackless Giant Loop Saddlebag design that launched our company in 2008. The Coyote Saddlebag features a convenient rolling closure that seals out water and dust. Other rider-friendly details include sewn-on molded rubber badges, Giant Loop branded grab handles that double as side compression straps, a set of 3 RF welded waterproof inner liner Saddlebag Dry Pods with air purge valves, and drains in the bottoms of the Saddlebag’s “legs” that allow water to escape if it manages to penetrate the highly water resistant out shell (yea, we understand – we’ve dunked our bikes in streams crossings, too!).

“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

The Coyote Saddle Bag Roll is THE rackless motorcycle luggage choice for hardcore off-road expeditions. Carry gear for overnight or multi-day trips — and still have access to the entire saddle — with the Coyote Saddlebag mounted to the rear fender and/or tail rack of virtually any dirt bike, dual sport or enduro motorcycle. No passenger pegs required, the Coyote Saddlebag anchors to the frame or subframe on most motorcycle makes/models — as well as snow bikes, such as Timbersled and MotoTrax.

Coyote Saddlebag delivers everything needed to mount up hit the trail:

  • 39 liters packable volume
  • 1 Hot Springs Heat Shield (laser-cut aluminum) + stainless steel clamp included
  • Set of 3 RF welded waterproof inner liner Saddlebag Dry Pods with air release valves included
  • Rear mounting options — use included fender hooks OR included webbing anchor strap to fit virtually any bike or tail rack
  • Side compression straps with molded rubber Giant Loop branded grab handles
  • Beavertail and cinch ring with side-release buckled compression straps that integrate with double-end Rogue Dry Bag and Tillamook Dry Bag (available separately)
  • Lash loops to attach Possible Pouch external pockets
  • Reflective accents for better visibility
  • Military-spec materials and construction
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.

Expand the rackless Coyote Saddlebag with Giant Loop’s adventure proof packing system:

  • Choose a Combination option for enhanced storage and accessibility by adding a Rogue Dry Bag and Possibles Pouches.
  • Add a pair of stainless steel Giant Loop Mounts to help keep anchor straps away from hot exhaust.
  • Create quick anchors on the rear fender with our Footmans Loop Anchor Kit – works great on late model KTM, Husqvarna and other motorcycles with under-fender supports.
  • Complete your kit with a slim Giant Loop Tank Bag that provides quick gear storage but stays out of the way when riding hard standing on the pegs.

Specs & Features

• Volume: 39 liters
• Weight: 4.5 lbs (with included Hot Springs Heat Shield and 3 Dry Pods)

Approximate dimensions (fully packed)
61.5″ – bottom of pannier, across top to bottom of other pannier bucket
39″ – from one end to the other measuring along the middle of the base
7″ – height of bag in top center
6″ – distance from inside to outside of pannier bucket bottom
9″ – front to back in top center

• Outer shell: 22 oz. vinyl coated polyester reinforced with ballistic nylon
• Military-spec fasteners
• Custom-woven ballistic webbing on lower anchor straps
• Nylike webbing compression straps

Fits These Models

dirt bike dual sport enduro

      • Beta: 450/525 RS Dual Sport / SuperMoto
      • BMW: G450X, F650, G650, X-Challenge, Cross-Country, HP2
      • KTM: all models 200, 300, 400, 450, 500, 525, 530 RXC 400, 450, 620, 640/640 ADV, 690 Enduro, 950/990/1190/1090/1290 ADV (use KTM Passenger Handle Removal Spacer Kit for 1090/1190/1290), 950 SE
      • Husaberg: FE models
      • Husqvarna: FE, FC, TE, SM models
      • Honda: all XR series, all CRF series, Rally Raid Honda CB500X Adventure, Africa Twin
      • Suzuki: all DR series and RM-Z
      • Yamaha: all WR series and YZF
      • Kawasaki: All KLX and KLR

NOTE: If you don’t see your dirt bike or enduro make/model motorcycle listed here, contact us about compatibility.

Instructions & Video


WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including DBP and DEHP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

You may also like…

5 reviews for Coyote Saddlebag™ – 10% off LAST WHITE

  1. Friederic

    Nice additions with the roll top and the carry straps. Sure wish I had some of those purging dry bags and some drainage in my coyote bag. Very tough bag for any level of adv laid the bike down a few times no issues but then one little crash and now some of the stitching is coming out. Fits very well. Just think it would 10x easier to pack if the bag was actually waterproof not needing those dry pods.

    • Greg @ Giant Loop

      Thanks for the comments! The new roll top certainly is awesome and I personally tested it a few thousand miles so far. I actually like the use of the dry pods as part of the packing system. Without them in other bags, I tended to pack a lot less organized and it was always a pain to find stuff. Now I use the three waterproof dry pods to organize my gear, squeeze the air out of them and keep my stuff compact and easy to get to without having to unpack and repack everything from my bag. Enjoy!

  2. Jeremy

    In the market for something like this, can you tell me more or less what you can put in there for adventure riding. For example, sleeping bags, tent, could all that stuff fit? Thanks

    • harold

      Hello Jeremy –

      We recommend the Coyote Saddlebag for overnight or longer trips – even continent crossing journeys. 39 packable liters is a surprising amount of gear if you’re an efficient packer (people through hike the Pacific Crest Trail with less).

      How much can fit depends a lot on the gear you’re packing, but if your camping gear is lightweight backpacking style equipment then you should be able to fit your heaviest items down low in the “legs” of the Coyote Saddlebag: tools, spare inner tubes, camp stove and cooking gear. In the top middle, lightweight bulky items like clothes, sleeping bag, etc. We like to add two Possibles Pouches to the “legs” to provide pockets for tools and items we want to easily access during riding. Usually, we fit a tent and a few other items into our Rogue Dry Bag.

      Here’s an example of a couple of efficient packers using the Coyote Saddlebag on a 12-day, 2300 mile trip last may:

      This rider will do the Trans America Trail across the USA this summer with the Coyote Saddlebag:

      This Kiwi rider covered both islands of New Zealand, the length of South America and is continuing to Alaska now with the Coyote Saddlebag:

      Thank you for choosing Giant Loop for your adventures!

  3. George H

    I want to install this on my currently all stock DRZ400SM. Do I need to get any plates to mount it to, or is this all I need?

    • Ryan

      Hi George! The Tail Rack comes with everything you need to mount it on the DRZ.

  4. marck bloemers

    I bought this bag and promptly took it a multi day WABDR and a 10 day ride thru Morocco. The bag installs in minutes on all 3 bikes that I have used it on so far. It has been sturdy, stable and fool proof thru any of the conditions/road surfaces I have thrown at it. The pods are super handy and keep my stuff organized and dry. Highly recommend. Plus the guys at Giant Loop are super nice and helpful, pay them a visit if you are in the area!

  5. Wyo George

    The Coyote proved to be the perfect setup for a week of moto camping in the mountains with my DR650. It held all my gear with ease including my Kelty a Teton 2 ,sleeping bag and mattress. We set camp out and went out riding each day and the mostly empty Coyote was never in the way, unlike some bags that don’t travel well when empty as they are too baggy. My riding partners will be ditching their rack mounted gear and getting Coyotes for themselves before next summer.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *