Last month, Touratech-USA and Rawhyde Adventures hosted their third annual Pacific Northwest Adventure Rally near Leavenworth, WA. The event, which saw more than 200 likemidned motorcyclists in attendance, included guided rides, camping and plenty of time spent around a campfire.
An update from our friend Adam Shani, who is in the midst of a RTW motorcycle journey that began when he purchased a wrecked BMW Motorrad HP2 Enduro in South Africa 2.5 years ago.
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.
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.
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.
When we started taking photos of the motorcycles parked in front of our Seattle office, we never thought it would become such a popular addition to our Facebook page
. Here are just a few of the motorcycles that were parked out front of Touratech-USA in 2011.
Adam Shani, an Israeli diesel mechanic, purchased a wrecked BMW Motorrad HP2 Enduro in South Africa, repaired it, and started a Round-The-World trip 2.5 years ago. Since departing, Adam has explored 60 countries on four continents and has accumulated more than 80,000 miles on his BMW.
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!
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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Our friend Helge Pedersen reminded us today why it's important to ALWAYS wear full protective riding gear. Here is a message from Helge: