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Touratech-USA’s General Manager, Paul Guillien, and Chief Riding Officer, Iain Glynn, compare two BMW boxers: The 2011 oil-cooled R1200GS and the new 2013 water-cooled R1200GS.

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Sample Packing Checklist for all of the Backcountry Discovery Routes - We know it can be tough to remember all the items to bring on a backcountry adventure, so we've put together this sample packing list to help you prepare for your BDR trip.

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What do you get the ADV motorcyclist that has everything? Well, we put together this 'Winter Wishlist' featuring a few of our favorite products to help you find something for that special someone.

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This isn't your ordinary t-shirt; the BDR shirt is made of high-tech materials that wick away sweat and moisture, keeping you cool during the hardest riding.

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The Utah Backcountry Discovery Routes documentary, produced by Curbsyde Productions, as well as the route map manufactured by Butler Motorcycle Maps, are now in stock at Touratech-USA!

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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.

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In this short video produced by Curbsyde Productions, Touratech-USA's President, Tom Myers, shares his thoughts on the BMW R1200GS motorcycle that he rode on the Utah Backcountry Discovery Route (UTBDR) expedition.

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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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Here is an extended trailer for the Utah Backcountry Diccovery Route (UTBDR) expedition, an 871 mile off-road route that starts in Mexican Hat and runs north across the state of Utah to the Idaho border near Bear Lake.

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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.
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