For hauling your gear around the world or your groceries across town, GIVI’s new aluminum laminate Trekker luggage is a rugged and stylish choice.
In case you don’t know, the Italian company, GIVI (pronounced “Gee-Vee”) was one of the first producers of proper high-quality, detachable motorcycle luggage solutions. More than 30 years later, GIVI is known by riders around the world for superb hard luggage, soft luggage, and other great accessories. The clever Trekker luggage system features waterproof, locking cases of 33, 46, and even 52 liters capacity. Trekker cases can be used in pairs as side cases and/or as single top cases. What’s extra special is all Trekker cases can be opened in the traditional clam shell manner, or instead just a top panel can be opened for quick access to the contents. As we might say here in Whitehorse Country, that's wicked clever.
Please Note: To fit a pair of Trekker cases to the sides of your bike, you’ll need a bike-specific side rack system, sold separately. We have different options for you depending on what you ride. We can help you choose what’s best for you. Just ring us up at 800-531-1133 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our GIVI outfitters are ready to help.
If you want to use Trekker 33 or 46 liter cases as saddlebag pairs, use the order code for a pair of matching cases and they will come keyed alike. If you want a topcase and sidecases to be keyed alike, just let us know and
To mount any Trekker case as a top case, you’ll need a mounting plate for your bike, sold separately. There are both bike specific and universal type mounting plates, depending on what you ride. Just ask, we’ve got GIVI gurus to help you outfit your bike. When using a Trekker case as a top case, you can add a backrest for passenger comfort, or a metal rack for the top lid to which you can secure light loads like a tent, a backpack, or your laundry bag.
For extra convenience, consider purchasing Trekker liner bags, sold each. You'll probably find many uses for them, even beyond motorcycling. They're that nice.