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It's the end of the riding season (unless you live in a place with awesome year-round weather) and Touratech has a ton of great stuff at terrific prices on our Bargains Page!

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Riders no longer have to choose between a touring helmet and a dual-sport lid because Touratech has introduced the perfect blend of each. 

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Aimexpo 2015 takes place this weekend in Orlando, Florida and Touratech is going to be there! This is our first time attending Aim and we’re looking forward to the bikes, the people and the weather!

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After touching down in Denver, it hit me. I had only spent about 30 minutes on the 1190 prior to this trip, all of which was on pavement. That initial, lunch-break impression consisted of an ear-to-ear grin, incomprehensible grunts, and a healthy dollop of fear...

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Each week, adventure touring pioneer, author and photographer Helge Pedersen provides Touratech with a classic shot from one his adventures with Globeriders. This is Helge's photo of the week! 

 


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The Idaho route is not very technical but sections are long, twisty and rocky.  Our first camp at Trinity Lakes was pretty luxurious with lake, bathroom, running water and fire pit but luckily we were the only visitors at the camp ground. 

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Touratech-USA is inviting you to submit a 3 minute video describing why you should represent North America as one of the United People of Adventure. If you're selected you'll win the adventure of a lifetime!

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Bonneville has been on my bucket list of places to see since I learned about it.  This is a cathedral of speed, the place many of the world land-speed records have been made, and where countless records have fallen. 

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Each week, adventure touring pioneer, author and photographer Helge Pedersen provides Touratech with a classic shot from one his adventures with Globeriders. This is Helge's photo of the week! 

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