Last weekend, Touratech-USA headed to Odessa, Washington for the 42nd Annual Stumpjumpers Desert 100. The Touratech team raced the 100 mile desert race, finishing third in the new Adventure Bike Class.
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.
Touratech-USA has expanded its line of throttle-lock style cruise control devices. We've tried them all and continue to find that Kaoko manufactures the highest quality and easiest to use throttle lock on the market.
Follow Joe Lloyd and Paul Mondor as they attempt to ride a pair of BMW F800GS motorcycles to Tuktoyaktuk, 200 kilometers North of the Arctic Circle in Canada's Western Arctic, in the dead of winter!
The Touratech catalog is well known to motorcycle adventurers for its mix of photo essays and inspirational stories from travelers around the globe, as well as showcasing thousands of products for motorcycle touring and adventure.
Sterling Noren of Noren Films reviews his essential Touratech parts for the BMW F800GS. These are parts Sterling feels are necessary when going on any ADV motorcycle journey, whether for work or pleasure.
This exciting documentary by Curbsyde Productions gives you an in-depth look into the creation and first expedition of the Utah Backcountry Discovery Route, a 871 mile long south-north route across the state of Utah, from Arizona to Idaho, for dual-sport and adventure motorcycles and 4x4 vehicles. Expected March 20, 2012.
Curious what a fully outfitted adventure motorcycle weighs? We wondered the same thing and have since strapped a variety of ADV motorcycles to the digital scale here at our shop in Seattle.
With Christmas quickly approaching, we thought we'd put together a list of things we're certain you'd like to find underneath your Christmas tree or in your stocking!
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Touratech-USA's Tom Myers and Paul Guillien, accompanied by a group of riders that included Bryce Stevens of Trails.com, Rob Watt of A990 Bags, Joe Lloyd of Curbsyde Productions, Justin Bradshaw of Butler Motorcycle Maps and Justin Summers of KLiM, spent eight days in the Utah backcountry working to establish an off-road route across the state, what they've dubbed the Utah Backcountry Discovery Route.