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GIVI GRT711 25 Litre

GIVI GRT711 25 Litre Rucksack The guys and girls at DMD do bring in some really cool gear and accessories, for instance the new GIVI GRT711 is a practical off-road backpack with plenty of compartments. It has been developed by the Givi R&D department to offer the market a backpack actually designed for motorcyclists. Dedicated mainly to off-roaders, with its 25-litre capacity, it is water resistant and anti-UV thanks to its high tenacity 1200D polyester exterior. Equipped with a thermoformed back panel in breathable EVA, it offers greater comfort to the rider wearing it, avoiding heat build-up and sweating by allowing the air to pass through. The backpack is secured to the body using padded shoulder straps and adjustable chest and waist straps to prevent uncomfortable bouncing and ensure perfect adherence to the body. This well organised backpack has several compartments; it has a removable inner bag and is equipped with a handy, easily accessible zip pocket for keys, small objects and a smart phone. This is also waterproof thanks to the hot-taped seams. At the bottom of the backpack there is also a special separate compartment designed to store tools or clothes. An additional compartment is available on the back, accessible from the outside with a bellows opening and space has been provided for an optional liquid bag. A removable boot bag is also included and can be attached externally. It is made in fluorescent yellow Nylon/PVC. The extraordinary modularity offered by this Gravel-T backpack also makes it possible to directly connect bags and small “additional loads”, such as the Givi GRT717 tool carrier. Finally, there are side slots to attach small objects using a set of 4 accessories for the M.O.L.L.E. System, provided as standard: 2 D-rings and 2 universal hooks. The new GRT711 has everything it takes to be the ideal travel companion for everyone, not just enduro bikers, because it not only meets the needs of the most extreme riders but also of those who use their bike every day and need a backpack that is strong and technical. For more info and to find your nearest stockist www.dmd.co.za Dean Hoffman Racing, Zone 7 Cape Town… Dean Hoffman has been racing Moto Cross since the early 80’s at the well-known Killarney MX track, winning the Western Province high school class in ‘89. Shortly afterwards he started receiving requests for coaching and mentoring up and coming junior riders. Fast forward 30 years and he is still a full time Motocross coach offering group and private coaching sessions to both complete beginners and seasoned national champions. He started coaching at Killarney and the Melkbos MX tracks way back in 1991and eventually moved full time to Zone 7 in 2001. Soon much of his time was being taken up dispensing advice on anything and everything off road, from which Tyres to buy, oils, helmets, accessories, suspension set up etc. In 2016, he decided to take the leap and opened Dean Hoffman Racing at Zone 7. He stuck with what he knew and specializes in fitment and accessories, offering a full selection of Tyres, Sprockets , Chains , Brake pads, oils as well as Helmets , Boots , MX kit, Neck braces and so-on. They offer these services on site at Zone 7 and will soon be offering an online store with a wide range of off-road accessories to choose from. 078 133 3619 info@mxcoach.co.za Zone 7 Raceway New VR1 ADV helmets A proudly South African designed Helmet by Autocycle. A while back our Kyle was asked to assist with the designing of the new adv helmets. the first shipment has landed. South African design for South Africans. The VR1 come standard with Double D rings, Dark Visor, Chin vent and removable washable liners. Retailing at R1895 incl Vat.