With the release of Touratech Suspension, the world's first purpose-built suspension for adventure touring motorcycles, we were happy to hear that MotoHank was able to test a new set of shocks during his recent ride to Real de Catorce. Follow the link to hear what Hank had to say about his new suspension.
A little more than a year ago, Issa and Nita Breibish left their hometown Calgary in Canada with a BMW F650GS and R1200GS in order to discover something new. After more than 40,000 km they made a pit stop at Touratech in Niedereschach to equip their bikes with new shock absorbers and fork springs.
When a new adventure motorcycle hits the market, Touratech wastes no time getting the bike out for an extended ride to learn about the bike. So when BMW unveiled their new F800GS Adventure, an expedition-ready variation of their popular F800GS, we took a pair of the new machines out for a 10-day tour of Greece.
Last April, our friends at Aether Apparel embarked on a motorcycle trip through the Rockies, from Telluride to Jackson Hole, riding some of the first open roads and skiing some of the last snow of the season.
BMW Motorrad recently introduced an updated version of their ever popular F800GS, the F800GS Adventure.
Touratech-USA’s General Manager, Paul Guillien, and Chief Riding Officer, Iain Glynn, compare two BMW boxers: The 2011 oil-cooled R1200GS and the new 2013 water-cooled R1200GS.
Enjoy the sixth of ten videos highlighting the history of BMW Motorrad's GS motorcycle.
Because Father's Day is right around the corner (Sunday, June 16th), we've decided to highlight a few of our favorite ADV accessories that we're sure the father, grandfather or husband in your life would love to get his hands on. Follow the link to see what's on our list.
Enjoy the fifth of ten videos highlighting the history of BMW Motorrad's GS motorcycle.
There's no doubt that BMW's new water-cooled R1200GS is a capable adventure touring motorcycle. With 125hp, spoke wheels, dynamic suspension, cruise control and an assortment of other options, the new GS is everything we expected it to be, and then some. But there's always some room for improvement.