Triumph's new Tiger Explorer is an excellent addition to the adventure motorcycle market. To celebrate its successful integration into the industry and to prepare the bike for its first adventure, we decided to outfit our Tiger Explorer with a handful of Touratech accessories. Follow the link to see all of the ADV accessories we installed!
Renowned photo journalist and adventure motorcyclists, Ramona Schwarz, recently returned from a 1,500 mile motorcycle expedition to Madagascar where she tested Touratech’s new line of accessories for the Husqvarna TR650 Terra.
After more than 700 miles of off-road riding across the state of Colorado, Touratech has released a video highlighting the versatility of Yamaha’s new Super Tenere XT1200Z.
Touratech has released new ADV accessories for the 2013 BMW F800GS, an updated version of BMW Motorrad's ever popular adventure motorcycle. Follow the link to learn more about what's available at Touratech-USA.
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.
Touratech took top honors in two categories in this year's 'Best Brand' awards presented by Europe's largest motorcycle magazine, MOTORRAD!
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.
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.
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.
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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.