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This rally-inspired windshield is the perfect balance of wind coverage, aerodynamics, and sportiness.

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Perfect for adventure touring, the Touratech adjustable folding mirror is super tough, adjustable, and folds away easily for off-road use or transport.

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In this video, the guys at Touratech give you the straight scoop on what it's like to ride KTM's new 1190 Adventure R. 

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Electric anticipation surrounds the shipment of KTM's new 1190 Adventure R. What the new KTM 1190 Adventure R lacks, however, are the accessories that will allow it to safely venture long distances carrying everything you'll need along the way.

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Due to popular demand Touratech-USA headquarters in Seattle, Wa are going to be open on select Saturdays this winter and spring. We'll be open from 10AM-4PM and there will be light refreshments and special one-day specials at the events.

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Now that 2016 has started it seems like a good time to take a moment and look back on the past year. I realize I rode in three of the four timezones that make up the lower 48 states last year.

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Closeout pricing on hundreds of quality Touratech items. Products are new and unused and feature huge discounts. Buy now, since supplies are limited. ITEMS UP TO 80% OFF!

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After touching down in Denver, it hit me. I had only spent about 30 minutes on the 1190 prior to this trip, all of which was on pavement. That initial, lunch-break impression consisted of an ear-to-ear grin, incomprehensible grunts, and a healthy dollop of fear...

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Bonneville has been on my bucket list of places to see since I learned about it.  This is a cathedral of speed, the place many of the world land-speed records have been made, and where countless records have fallen. 

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 I started the process of rejetting my KTM 950 for the altitude, but after dropping and losing a bolt early in the process I decided to just run very rich with the sea-level setting.  Morgan finally made it in later that night from Seattle.

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