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There’s nothing more frustrating than holding a bottle of your favorite beverage in your hand, seeing the frost roll down its side as your mouth fantasizes about the pleasure that’s just moments away and realizing you don’t have a bottle opener.

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Our first destination in Peru would be the town of Chachapoyas, which is a fun word to say, and also is a great area to explore with all its famous ruins.

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I’m standing twenty yards back from my bike, flexing my hands like a gunfighter of yesteryear waiting for the starting cannon... I am a mess of adrenaline, nerves, pent up aggression, and fury. 

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Touratech introduces a complete upgrade for the BMW F800GS ESA Shock.

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Naturally, one of the big milestones for this trip is crossing the equator. Neither of us has been in the southern hemisphere before, so it's a highlight for us.

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 Maybe you just purchased your first adventure bike last summer and after dipping your toe into the adventure touring pool your ready to go for a real swim. 

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Touratech will be at Euromoto 2015 on Apri 11-12 at Seattle Center and will have the new Aventuro Carbon Helmet available for purchase. 

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There are many amazing features about this all-purpose lid, but switching between ADV Mode, Street Mode and Dirt Mode without tools is something that every Aventuro Carbon owner should be able to do.

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Every motorcycle feels different and has its own personality, factors like rake angle, suspension, swing-arm length, and engine all play into this. That being said there are plenty of things on a motorcycle that can, and really should be tailored to the rider.

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Alex Martins of Konflict Motorsports stopped by Touratech-USA yesterday and picked up his 'Official Service Center' sticker.

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