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There was a moment when I almost ran over a kid, that was a touch scary. 

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I’m standing twenty yards back from my bike, flexing my hands like a gunfighter of yesteryear waiting for the starting cannon... I am a mess of adrenaline, nerves, pent up aggression, and fury. 

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Touratech will be at Euromoto 2015 on Apri 11-12 at Seattle Center and will have the new Aventuro Carbon Helmet available for purchase. 

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The Backcountry Discovery Routes team was on the road again – this time in Idaho. As with previous projects, the aim was to unlock the potential of a US state for adventure bike riders. The result was a fully documented route across some of the most beautiful off-road sections of the Rocky Mountains. 

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This story is more 'On Any Sunday' than the tale that Jack London told, but it’s still a solid reminder to be prepared.

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If NASA built suspension for the KTM 1190 Adventure they’d be happy with this one.

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The KTM 1050 Adventure was introduced as a dual-sport bike for riders that want power, first-rate technology and off-road agility at an attractive price point.

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Touratech knew the KTM 950SE needed a special shock that could match its brute strength.

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Eric Archambault and Morgan Goldbloom (a couple of our Sales and Customer Service Pros) are in Taos, New Mexico to work the Touratech booth at 2014 KTM Adventure Riders Rally. If you're heading down there, make sure you stop by say hello!

Eric sent this photo of the set up this morning. That is a gorgeous blue sky! 

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Touratech employee Eric Archambault has been ridng in the Klim Badlands Pro suit for nearly two years and shares his experiences in this long term review. Eric's writing is a wealth of information for anyone considering a new riding suit.

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