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Section 2 begins with a series of rock-based, mountain roads. You’ll twist and turn through high-elevation deciduous forest and across numerous slow-moving streams enroute to Ruidoso, an engaging mountain hamlet.

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The team is back with a brand new Backcountry Discovery Route. This time they're riding through New Mexico...The Land of Enchantment. This is the first of seven videos profiling the sections of the 2015 adventure.

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There are a lot of reasons why you should be at the Touratech In-Store Rally on Saturday, December 5 from 10am-4pm. Here are the TOP TEN:

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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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Continental has just completed their hat-trick of Adventure bike tires with the release of the TKC 70. In doing so they may have developed the perfect replacement tire for the Heidenau K60 Scout.

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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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With the 2014 Touratech Rally right around the corner (June 26-29), we decided to put together this collection of Essential Accessories we think anyone attending this year's rally may want or need. 

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The newest generation in the Garmin line of motorcycle-specific GPS units, the Zumo 590LM, incorporates many of the features we've grown to love in the Zumo series with a host of improvements. Touratech-USA has taken a look at this new navigation unit and came up with this list of 7 things you should know about the new Zumo 590LM.

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In late March, the Backcountry Discovery Routes organization held its first fundraiser event called the Wickenburg Desert Ride. Operating out of a private oasis in the desert known as the Boyd Ranch, participants were treated to three meals a day from the chuck wagon and guided rides in some of Arizona’s best backcountry terrain.

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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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