Got Gas? Win a Giant Loop Armadillo 1-Gallon Fuel Bag


Most motorcycles don’t come with the fuel range you need for long-range expeditions. Your standard ADV will probably suffice for a BDR, and maybe most dual sports. But if you want to head out into Australia’s Simpson Desert, or you want to explore the wilds of northern Canada, or anywhere else where gas stations are more than a 200ish miles apart, then you need more fuel capacity. Enter the Giant Loop Armadillo bag.

Likely because of government regulations, Giant Loop doesn’t explicitly say this is for gasoline storage. The Giant Loop Armadillo bag’s web advert says these are “flexible, collapsible, lightweight, expedition-ready utility bladders for the safe transport and storage of liquid hydrocarbon products and other powersports and automotive fluids.” In the real world, away from the watchful eye of the EPA, motorcyclists (and ATV and UTV enthusiasts, and other off-roaders) are using these bags to greatly extend their fuel range.

The Armadillo bags have a few things going for them. First, they’re fairly compact when you roll them up, so once you use the fuel inside, the bags are easy to store on your bike. Second, they’ll work with any bike. Kawasaki might not offer an oversized fuel tank for your KLX230, but the Armadillo bag will let you head further into the woods without running out of gas.

And now, you can win an Armadillo bag for free! Motorcycle.com is giving away a 1-gallon bag this May. See more info here, and remember that this contest “is open to legal residents of the 50 United States, and the District of Columbia, who are twenty one (21) years of age or older at the time of entry.” Sorry, Canadians and Aussies and Brits and other non-American readers.



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