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The new 52 LiterTrekker bag is a great solution for adventure bikes, or just those with an adventurous spirit. Elaborately trimmed in anodized aluminum (52 liter case only), this bag is not necessarily specific to just enduro bikes, it can also be a luxurious accessory on the elegant ones.
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DAVID G: Capacity and security is what I was looking for. Wish Givi wasn't priced so high though.Jul 24, 2014
samuel m: Well made. Sturdy product with no defects. It's simply a giant plastic box with thin layer of aluminum slapped on. Big enough for two medium helmets.Jul 8, 2014
Sean W: Lots of room. Good construction. Key is high quality - thick (previous keys for earlier cases are thin and break easily). This thing dents easily and does not weather well, considering the price. But it does what I need it to.Jun 19, 2014
D I: Needed to be able to store 2 helmets.Mar 25, 2014
Mitchel K: Great with tons of space. Expensive but great looks and high quality.Sep 10, 2013
Shawn H: Since having a variety of bikes I felt this blended with each and is 52L. So this was a no brainer. Going to use this on a BMW R1150 rockster for a CO to CA trip. Hopefully this holds everything needed with the help of saddlebags for a yurt to yurt destination.Sep 3, 2013
Sergio N: Needed a big case for carrying any type of luggage. Had great experience withe the GIVI brand before and heard a lot of good things about this item. Fits well on my bike.Aug 15, 2013
Caio B asked:Hey Guys, I'm what I would say in my PS4 a newbie on this motorcycle world. I have just bought a 2012 BMW F800R. Great Bike indeed. Question is, I want to buy a case to store my helmet and Jacket. Would you guys know if this one fits it? If not, can any good soul give me a piece of advice on which one to get?Apr 11, 2014
GARY N:This one is your best bet but even still (depending how big you jacket is) it's tough to fit both jacket and full-face helmet in there. I've used this case for about 2 years now and I don't know how I ever rode without it. It makes commuting convenient and I love not needing to carry a backpack a lot of the time.
If your jacket is pretty light and doesn't have to much armor, you should be able to fit both helmet and jacket. This is biggest top trunk out there and it doesn't increase the width of your moto at all (unlike side saddle bags)
I think this is a must buy for any bmw moto.Apr 11, 2014
Shawn H:this will do the trick! It is a great topcase and I highly encourage also buying the top rack for carrying any other objects and not scratching the top of the case. I think it will look great with your bike especially any bike with a naked look. I installed it on my BMW rockster 2004 and no complaints. Also did not feel awkward while riding and no wind buffeting on my setup.Apr 12, 2014
Javier E:Hi... I bought this case for a V-Strom 1000 (2014) and I think is GREAT for my everyday commuting trips, and also for the weekends (traveling alone). I guess it may fit perfect for your 800 GS...(and also looks great!) 52 liters are great to carry a lot of stuff. YES... I guess you´ll need to buy a specific rack to install it on your bike... check the ones from Givi (and I think Motech also sell racks for tis kind of cases). Hope this help you to decide. Nice ride for you... always.May 20, 2015
Ian F asked:Hi Guys - I have a Triumph Tiger 800 XC fitted with Triumphs side cases and want to get either the Trekker 46 or the Trekker 52. Either will work from a capacity point of view, but the bigger one would be more useful. I'm just a little concerned that the 52 Liter box might look a little too big on this bike and spoil the lines. I've looked at many photos of the boxes and rigged up size templates and still can't decide. Any view or experiences out there? With thanks, IanJun 18, 2014
Luis J:Hello Ian.. If You have the side boxes You may wanna buy the 46 trekker because the 52 will look big trust me ... I have the tiger xc with the 52 But I dont use the side boxes so it looks good... But with the side boxes You might loose simetry
Chris E:I went with the 52L and love it. Two modular helmets and a little room to spare. My initial impression was wow that is big...But very functional! Put the backrest on it and keeps the passenger comfy. Personally I would go for the 52L. DL650Jun 18, 2014
Gilbert D:You are right. The 52 liter case is bulky, even on my Triumph Explorer 1200. It does cut into the line of the bike. I would suggest you get the smaller case if you can do without the extra space. If you need more storage consider the Wolfman rear bag. Got one this past week. More discrete. I have to say though that the ability to store 2 full face helmet is a nice feature of the 52 liler case.Jun 19, 2014
A shopper asked:I have a BMW 2007 R1200 RT and am interested in purchasing a Givi Monokey 52 Liter Trekker Case for it. Is there a mounting bracket available for this cycle model and what does it cost?Jun 3, 2014
Raymond H:I've got a 2004 R1150R and they have one for it. It fits fine and is very sturdy. The only problem I have is the luggage rattles when empty, but I am working on the by trying to tighten the latch.Jun 4, 2014
Donald H asked:I'm seriously considering this as my next top case. I'm currently using a Givi E360N on my 2014 Super Tenere. I see that the Trekker 52 has four 'loops' that are molded in to attach bungee hooks. are those loops attached to the lid or the base? In other words, if I strap my tent to the top of the case, can I still open the lid or would I have to remove the bungees first to access the the contents of the case?Jan 28, 2015
Gilbert D:Yes. You should be able to open the case without unstrapping your tent. I will point out however that the hinges on the case do not appear extremely sturdy. They may not handle the extra load well. This being said, this is an excellent case. Plenty of storage for weekend trip. Does look bulky on my Triumph Explorer 1200.Jan 31, 2015
ROQUE LUIZ S:I bought and am using as Trekker 52 Top Case and two Trekker Side Case 33 as in my Motorcycle Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200, and I am satisfied. But it could also be used as the Trekker Side Case 46 Left Hand and Right Hand Trekker 33 (which is positioned in Motorcycle Exhaust). Can I make this change in the future. Hope this helps. Thank you.May 7, 2014
Gilbert D:Probably will work on a Harley. Make sure you also order the bike specific mounting kit. This kit bolts to your bike and acts as the top rack the case will attach too. Check with the sales people at Revzilla if they have the mounting kit specific to your bikeMay 6, 2015
Mohamed S asked:Hi, I need to change the keys of my trekker 52 liters which I bought from a friend. I saw there are red and black replacement keys and locks but I am not sure which one should I get for my Givi trekker 52L topcase. Please guide me on which one to get?Nov 26, 2013
Ken K:Trunk is grt for the correct app. Bpt mine to carry two full face would buy the smaller if this nnot a factor the 52 is big and you lose the dual opening feature i like it on my r1200gs ken kAug 26, 2013
Ira C:The Trekker will be secure as the mount you purchase allows it to be. I use an AltRider mount for my R1200GS and it is solid at 75mph or more. There is nothing in the case that would prevent it from staying onto whatever mount you get.Sep 16, 2014
Gilbert D:When I bought my Givi, I got counsel from Revzilla as to which hardware was needed to install ithe case on my Triumph. No problem with the case or the hardware after miles of riding..You may want to check the Givi website.Mar 22, 2014
Shawn H:It is the givi monokey adapter and I think there is one specific for the 1200gs. It's a great case. I have it currently loaded with two sleeping bags, two chairs and two thermarests...oh and a jet boil. Perfect.Sep 17, 2013
Chris KStaff:Yes, any one helmet should fit into the Trekker 52 without issue. The only trick is juxtaposing two helmets together as sometimes they don't leave enough room for each other. If you have bluetooth, I would pop off the unit from the side just to give you a bit more clearance.Aug 7, 2013