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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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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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