GIVI Presents New Tanklock System

January 28, 2011
Courtesy of GIVI USA
The NEW Tanklock series makes conventional Tank bag securing a thing of the past. GIVI’s new innovative Tanklock system now offers our traditional quick latching and release system to tank bags.

GIVI Tankbag

The new GIVI Tanklock series is designed to offer ease of attachment and removal without compromising security and stability. The new Tanklock system requires our GIVI motorcycle make/model specific tank ring, which is mounted to the tank filler aligning with the original mounting bolts. Once installed the GIVI Tanklock series tank bags snap directly over the tank ring by way of our multi- point spring loaded latch mechanism and the removal is actuated with the conveniently located latch lever on the lower right side of the tank bag. The T480 and T489 expandable versions available in black, come complete with waterproof zippers, shoulder straps and rain covers and the formed TPH02 comes complete with waterproof zippers and GPS holder.

The T480 14>22 liter version retails for $149.00, the T489 14>18 liter version retails for $139.00 and finally the TPH02 formed 4 liter tank bag retails for $110.00. GIVI USA anticipates delivery of the T489 and TPH02 tank bags in March 2011.

With over 30 years experience in the motorcycle and scooter aftermarket segment, GIVI now manufactures and distributes to over 45 countries worldwide with dedicated distributions centers in 12 countries including 2 warehouse distribution facilities here in the US. Starting initially as a fairing manufacturer GIVI has grown to be the #1 choice manufacturer and supplier of hard detachable luggage, that has included factory supplied options for Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha and Can AM to name a few. The GIVI product range now currently includes an extensive range of hard and soft motorcycle luggage with specific mounting hardware solutions for over 200 model motorcycles and scooters, replacement and universal windshields, as well as a very innovative range of ¾ and modular full face helmets.

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