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Interested in the world of rally racing? Looking for an opportunity to ride with a four-time Baja 1000 Champion and veteran Dakar Rally racer? Join us at the 2014 Touratech Rally and take part in the Rally Navigator Experience with Quinn Cody.

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Claudia and Mirko Nagler are preparing to ride their Touratech equipped Suzuki V-Strom 1000's more than 45,000 miles across North, Central and South America.

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This morning, we woke up early to go whale watching before crossing the Baja peninsula to Bahia de los Angeles on the Sea of Cortez.

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We travel South on the margin of civilization, deep within the disputed territories of the Western Sahara, a vast uninhabited and inhospitable stretch of barren desert, long fought over, with Morocco and Mauritania laying hostile claim. To our left the Sahara silently reaches out, shifting sand lit by the fast rising sun. It is 9:00am and already 100 degrees.

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For a limited time, receive a FREE set of Touratech Progressive Fork Springs with the purchase of an Explore HP, Expedition or Extreme shock for your 2013+ BMW F800GS (non-adventure) motorcycle.

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We make our way from the east coast of the Baja Peninsula over to the west coast. Given that our ferry left a day earlier than anticipated, time is on our side.

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Check out this trailer for Touratech's forthcoming film which highlights Herbert and Ramona Schwarz's month long adventure in Africa.

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Today started off with an historic tour of El Fuerte with Ivan, then we made our way to Guaymas to catch a ferry to Baja.

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In late March, the Backcountry Discovery Routes organization held its first fundraiser event called the Wickenburg Desert Ride. Operating out of a private oasis in the desert known as the Boyd Ranch, participants were treated to three meals a day from the chuck wagon and guided rides in some of Arizona’s best backcountry terrain.

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Yesterday's riding was a nice combination of road and relatively easy dirt. Today’s route back out of the canyon proved a bit more challenging for many.

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