With the holidays right around the corner, we decided to put together a 'Winter Wishlist,' highlighting a handful of the ADV items and accessories we're excited about this season. Follow the link and take a look.
Navigating with a GPS unit allows you to explore with confidence on your adventure motorcycle. The GPS experts at Touratech-USA have a few things they suggest you consider when selecting a GPS solution. Follow the link to learn more.
This past June, Touratech-USA hosted its fourth annual rally near the sleepy town of Plain, Washington. Like the three years prior, the 2013 Touratech Rally provided participants with an opportunity to ride a variety of roads and trails throughout Washington's beautiful backcountry, as well as learn more about adventure motorcycling.
Because Father's Day is right around the corner (Sunday, June 16th), we've decided to highlight a few of our favorite ADV accessories that we're sure the father, grandfather or husband in your life would love to get his hands on. Follow the link to see what's on our list.
This step by step tutorial shows how to easily wire a Garmin Montana GPS unit to your BMW R1200GS water boxer (2013-on) by removing the appropriate body panels, and running the wires to the battery for power. While the instructions picture a Garmin Montana GPS unit being installed, the methods can be applied to just about any GPS wiring kit.
If you stop by Touratech-USA's booth at the New York IMS next weekend (January 17-19), be sure and enter to win our Ultimate Navigation Giveaway!
Touratech is excited to announce the addition of Lifetime Maps (LM) to all Zumo 660 and 665 GPS units and locking mount packages. Lifetime Maps allows the user to upgrade the map package on their GPS unit to reflect changes in streets, businesses and points of interest.
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.