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On Thursday, October 23 at 7PM, Touratech and Ride West BMW are pleased to present a showing of the Motorcycle Adventure film: Somewhere Else Tomorrow.

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Clinging precariously to the northern tip of Africa, Ceuta is the last Spanish enclave in this vast continent and from where we’ll start our Moroccan adventure. At the border, it’s late November and 100 degrees. 

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Iain Glynn, Touratech-USA staff member and Chief Riding Officer spent the past 4 days participating in the second annual Baja Rally. 

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Socks are one of the least glamorous, and often overlooked pieces of riding gear.  Hidden away in boots, no thought is given to socks unless they don't work.

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More important than wrenches, spare parts, waterproof bags, or GPS units, COMMUNICATION is going be the most used tool during our trip through South America.

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The reception to DriRide™, Touratech's 'Game Changing' Breathable Seats, has been terrific industry-wide! 

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Iain Glynn, Touratech-USA staff member and Chief Riding Officer is spending September 24 – 28 participating in the second annual Baja Rally. It, of course is being run in the heat of the rugged Baja, California region. He’s down there with a team of riders and technical supporters from the Seattle area. 

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Our friends, photographer Shawn Thomas and rider Jason Houle, were at a recent Rawhyde event and set out to prove....

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The factory lower crash bars for the water-cooled R1200GS and Adventure model look great, but lack a critical rear brace. If your motorcycle takes a hard fall, the factory bars can fold right into the engine, causing damage to the valve cover and the cylinder of your water-boxer.

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Every so often, I hatch a scheme to escape my everyday life and hit the road for a while, alone, on two wheels. This year that meant leaving my home in Seattle, to explore the stunning coastline, rugged mountains, and comically large trees of Northern California.

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