To make room for KLiM's 2013 apparel collection, we're closing out our current inventory of dual-sport pants and jerseys! So if you're in the market for a new pair of technical riding pants or a ventilated motorcycle jersey, whether it's the ever versatile Dakar Pantor the fully-vented Mojave Jersey, take a look at what we have in stock.
Touratech-USA went out to support the 42nd annual Desert 100 Race and Dual-Sport Poker Run. The Touratech team was on hand to be a part of the event and contributed a list of prizes that were raffled to those in attendance.
Thought we'd share a few photos of the Touratech-USA staff wearing their SIDI boots. Everyone in the shop has a pair (or two). They're certainly our favorite footwear!
Touratech sponsored rally racer, Ned Suesse, has successfully completed the 2012 Dakar Rally. Follow the link for a final update from Ned.
Touratech sponsored racer, Ned Suesse, has successfully completed the eighth stage of this year's Dakar Rally. Follow the link for the fifth update from Ned.
Touratech sponsored racer, Ned Suesse, has successfully completed the fifth, sixth and seventh stages of this year's Dakar Rally. He is now the only American motorcyclist remaining in the race. Follow the link for an update from Ned.
Ned didn't have cell or satellite phone coverage at the end of day three so this update is from Ned's call-in after day four.
After a rather eventful New Year's weekend, Ned Suesse is finally making a lifelong dream a reality. For the last few days, Ned has been aboard his custom-built KTM 450EXC participating in the notoriously brutal Dakar Rally. Here is a quick recap courtesy of Ned.
Hello, my name is Ned Suesse and I'm racing a motorcycle in the 2012 Dakar rally that starts January 1st. Keep watching this space, because my plan is to file updates each evening straight from the bivouac where we camp at night.
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The 80th Annual Cowbell Enduro took place Sunday, October 23rd in the foothills of Whatcom County. Paul and Iain from Touratech-USA headed north to compete in this year's event, which offered riders a variety of trails, from difficult to nearly impossible.