Follow the link to read our latest 'ADV Interview' with Terry and Sandy Borden from the Adventure Trio.
This past June, Touratech-USA hosted its fourth annual rally near the sleepy town of Plain, Washington. Like the three years prior, the 2013 Touratech Rally provided participants with an opportunity to ride a variety of roads and trails throughout Washington's beautiful backcountry, as well as learn more about adventure motorcycling.
Join us this September for the first annual 'WABDR Week,' a three day journey along the Washington Backcountry Discovery Route with other ADV motorcycle enthusiasts.
Tioma and Aliona are aspiring filmmakers and adventure motorcyclists who have been travelling the world aboard their BMW R1200GS for the last few months. Having ridden from New York to San Francisco and then to Washington for the 2013 Touratech Rally, Tioma and Aliona are currently planning how they can continue their journey into South America.
Comparing motorcycles can take a lot of time, so we've put together this short list, highlighting some of the most important information regarding KTM's new 1190 Adventure motorcycle.
Get the most out of your suspension upgrade by making adjustments to improve the quality of your ride. Here are a few tips for how to adjust your Touratech Suspension shocks.
This review was written in Spanish. Click HERE for the English edition.
Hank Arriazola en un mecánico independiente de motocicletas de Dilley, Texas, que se especializa en preparar motocicletas para turismo de aventura. Hank viaja extensivamente por México, Centro y Sudamérica en su BMW R1100GS modelo 1995 cuyo odómetro marca más de 770,000 kilómetros. Conocido por muchos como Motohank, el Sr. Arriazola es también un fotógrafo excepcional y un experimentado guía. Con la presentación de la Suspensión Touratech, la primera suspensión fabricada espesíficamente para las motocicletas de turismo de aventura, nos alegró saber que Hank pudo probar un juego de nuestros amortiguadores en un reciente viaje a Real de Catorce en San Luis Potosí, México.
Most motorcycle suspension is set up for a rider weighing 170lbs with a helmet and riding gear and carrying a maximum of 15lbs of luggage. If you exceed those numbers or are installing a new aftermarket shock, it’s a good idea to check the sag on your suspension.
Touratech-USA’s Chief Riding Officer, Iain Glynn, compares two BMW boxers: His well-used 2005 R1200GS and the new 2013 water-cooled R1200GS.
The team at Touratech-USA is loving the new water-cooled R1200GS and has spent much of the summer riding the new water-boxer, and helping people outfit their bikes for adventure. After an assortment of adventures, the company has put together this list of essential upgrades to help people prioritize the accessories they might be considering.