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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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The Kawasaki KLR 650 is a bike that has a reputation as the “gateway drug” for the Adventure Motorcycle culture. Riders with a desire to ride dual-sport can pick one up at a price that’s relatively lower then most entries in the segment and once they’re hooked they move to a BMW GS or KTM 990 and never look back.

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The 1290 KTM Super Adventure is perhaps the boldest new entry to the adventure touring segment. The Super Adventure’s uncompromisingly powerful engine is managed by a cutting edge electronics package that helps keep the bike from getting too rowdy.

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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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There’s something about a girl who rides a big motorcycle. She feels a sense of comfort when swinging a leg over, knowing she will be taken care of in the journey though not always knowing the destination.

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Few people on the planet are fortunate enough to live their dreams. Rock stars, relief pitchers and fighter pilots come to mind and so do the travelers, those courageous souls, with an eye on the horizon and wind in their faces. 

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Touratech's Chief Riding Officer, Iain Glynn talks about some of the features of the new Zega Mundo Pannier System from the Touratech-USA showroom!

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The motorcycle helmet industry universally give motorcycle helmets a five year service life: from the first day you shove your head into it until it is time to retire it to the shelf of honor with other used up motorcycle parts.

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