64 riders from 16 teams and18 nations with will be competing on Touratech-equipped R1200GS motorcycles: Germany, USA, Japan, United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, France, Russia, Brazil, CEEU (Central East Europe), Austria / Switzerland, Latin America, Argentina and the Trophy newcomers Mexico and Korea.
Stefan Klabunde recently interviewed Claudia and Mirko Nagler regarding their upcoming journey aboard a pair of Touratech equipped Suzuki V-Strom 1000s. The pair will travel more than 45,000 kilometers through North, Central and South America and will raise money for numerous projects serving underprivileged children along the way.
Simon and Lisa Thomas of 2RideTheWorld have spent the last ten years riding their BMW motorcycles around the world. In that time they have traveled more than 320,000 miles across six continents, through 78 countries. They've recently returned to the United States and stopped by our Seattle showroom. Follow the link and read our latest 'ADV Interview.'
Follow the link to read our latest 'ADV Interview' with Terry and Sandy Borden from the Adventure Trio.
Tioma and Aliona are aspiring filmmakers and adventure motorcyclists who have been travelling the world aboard their BMW R1200GS for the last few months. Having ridden from New York to San Francisco and then to Washington for the 2013 Touratech Rally, Tioma and Aliona are currently planning how they can continue their journey into South America.
Ahead of this month's Tuareg Rallye, we sat down with Dakar Rally racer and all around adventure rider, Ned Suesse, to talk about the difference between this event and the infamous Dakar, as well as his experiences in Africa, bike setup, race prep and elephants. Follow the link to read our recent ADV interview with Neduro!
Helge Pedersen, Founder of GlobeRiders Motorcycle Adventures, author of 10 Years on 2 Wheels and renowned ADV motorcyclist, is preparing to ride from Seattle to Tierra del Fuego. Ahead of his expedition, we sat down with Helge to talk about his bike, some of the accessories he installed and his 15,000 km trip to Tierra del Fuego.