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For a limited time, receive a FREE set of Touratech Progressive Fork Springs with the purchase of an Explore HP, Expedition or Extreme shock for your 2013+ BMW F800GS (non-adventure) motorcycle.

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Touratech recently outfitted the crew at Compass Expeditions. Following a recent ride to the Moreno Glacier in Argentina, Mick McDonald was able to provide some feedback regarding the Touratech accessories installed on his BMW F700GS.

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Last year Garmin announced the latest of their "On the Trail" GPS receivers. It's quite a departure from their previous handheld GPS's because it utilizes an  Android operating system. Here are just eight of the reasons we're excited about Garmin's Monterra GPS receiver.

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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.

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Paul Smith, Senior Editor at Adventure Motorcycle Magazine (ADVMoto) recently installed a set of Touratech Suspension on his oil-cooled BMW R1200GS Adventure. Follow the link and read his review, which originally appeared in the January 2014 issue of ADVMoto.

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In late July, our friends Nita and Issa from We Love MotoGeo stopped by Touratech in Niedereschach, Germany to upgrade the stock suspension on both their bikes; a BMW R1200GS and an F650GS Twin. Follow the link and read their first impressions of their new Touratech Suspension.

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Touratech-USA’s General Manager, Paul Guillien and Chief Riding Officer, Iain Glynn took both models of thenew  KTM 1190 out for a test ride this weekend. Here are their first impressions about the new bikes.

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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.

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Touratech-USA’s Chief Riding Officer, Iain Glynn, compares two BMW boxers: His well-used 2005 R1200GS and the new 2013 water-cooled R1200GS.

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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.

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