Touratech's latest anti-theft device is a locking mount designed exclusively for Garmin's new Zumo 590LM GPS. It gives riders the confidence to momentarily leave their bikes unattended, provides a tenacious grip on the device and absorbs damaging vibration.
Touratech-USA Customer Service & Sales Representative, Eric Archambault, reviews Hilleberg's Staika tent, one of the most sturdy all-season Expedition Grade motorcycle tents on the market. Follow the link to learn more.
This step by step tutorial will show how to connect a Touratech locking mount onto your Harley Davidson, using the Harley Davidson Road Tech bar mount or Road Tech fairing mount kits. This article will also cover installation of the GPS power cradle into the Touratech locking mount.
SIDI produces some the most cutting edge motorcycle boots in the world. They currently offer four different models to cover the wide range of needs for the adventure motorcyclist: Discovery Rain, Adventure Rain, Adventure Gore-Tex and the Crossfire TA.
The newest generation in the Garmin line of motorcycle-specific GPS units, the Zumo 590LM, incorporates many of the features we've grown to love in the Zumo series with a host of improvements. Touratech-USA has taken a look at this new navigation unit and came up with this list of 7 things you should know about the new Zumo 590LM.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.