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.
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.
As with many great stories, this one starts with two guys chatting over a pint of beer one evening. They are talking about their shared passion for motorcycles when they stumble upon an idea to create a route from Oregon to Canada through the Washington backcountry. This idea gains momentum when its awarded the 2010 Overland Flag for best proposal for an expedition.
Touratech-USA offers a complete line of accessories for our Zega Pro pannier systems. Follow the link for a look at a few of the different accessories.
Herbert Schwarz of Touratech puts the Zega Pro pannier system to the test in the mountains of Northern Thailand at the Maetaman Elephant Camp, letting a full grown Asian elephant step on the top of one of the panniers.
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Each year the readers of "MOTORRAD," Europe's biggest motorcycle magazine, choose their favourite brands. We are proud to announce that in the category "luggage systems/cases" the coveted 2010 award went to Touratech!