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This weekend, the Puget Sound Enduro Riders and Touratech-USA hosted the 2011 Shelton Valley Adventure & Dual-Sport Ride in Shelton, WA.

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Hosted by our friends at RawHyde Adventures, this year's Adventure Rider Challenge was held in one of the most beautiful (and challenging) locations in North America, Moab, Utah.

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Tom Myers and Paul Guillien, President and General Manager of Touratech-USA, returned to Seattle this week following the completion of a 1000 mile off-road motorcycle journey across the state of Utah.

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At Touratech-USA we pride ourselves with carrying a complete line of essential accessories and gear for Adventure motorcycle travel. This is especially true with BMW's F800GS motorcycle.

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Touratech Racing has built an enduro bike based on the BMW F800GS. Dubbed the "XXL," Lars Wurdemann will race the latest machine to come out of Touratech's development department at the 'Dawn to Dusk' enduro later this month.

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It's still up in the air: The last special test called "Trial" will decide which team will come home as the winner of the GS Trophy 2010. It is a neck-and-neck race between the teams from UK, Scandinavia and South Africa.

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Slowly but surely it is coming to an end: We are back on Jan du Toit's farm where we set off towards Swaziland with brand new motorbikes six days ago. Now, almost 2000 Kilometers later, the whole thing got a certain patina with a whiff of adventure.

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"Breakfast for Simba." The South African guiding us through the Pinda Game Resort at sunset is kidding. A warthog is unsuspectingly strolling towards the lazy lion dozing in the morning sun. The long maned poser does not seem to be interested in the tough meat of bike riders and prefers to ignore us.

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"Have a lekker day", says Celia le Roux, the only female Trophy guide, to the others before she opens the throttle. "Lekker" is an Afrikaans word for everything gorgeous: riding a motorbike, food, scenery, people.

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At 5:30 am the alarm-clock goes off without mercy - no matter how late it was the night before. And it gets late into the night quite often.
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