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The 2016 Touratech Rally East schedule is out. See it here!

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The United People of Adventure riders woke early this morning, around 6am, to the sounds of soccer.

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Touratech founder, Herbert Schwarz and his wife Ramona spent the fall and winter forming a team named “United People of Adventure”. Each one of the six team members comes from another continent, speaks a different language, has a varied cultural background along with a unique set of skills and talents

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Volunteers are needed at Touratech Rally East and Touratech Rally West! These events are a great time and we count on volunteers to help us keep things running smoothly. We need you and here are twelve reasons why you should volunteer at one of the rallies this summer.

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With ready-to-ride solutions and personalized customer service, travellers can choose from a wide selection of tours across the Iberian Peninsula, the Alps, Morocco and Italy.

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Touratech-USA CEO, Paul Guillien and journalist Jonathan Bentman visited Touratech’s headquarters in Germany to see the product line for the new Honda CRF 1000L Africa Twin. As luck would have it, they found the keys to the Touratech-modified test bike and took it for a ride.

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After touching down in Denver, it hit me. I had only spent about 30 minutes on the 1190 prior to this trip, all of which was on pavement. That initial, lunch-break impression consisted of an ear-to-ear grin, incomprehensible grunts, and a healthy dollop of fear...

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The Idaho route is not very technical but sections are long, twisty and rocky.  Our first camp at Trinity Lakes was pretty luxurious with lake, bathroom, running water and fire pit but luckily we were the only visitors at the camp ground. 

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 I started the process of rejetting my KTM 950 for the altitude, but after dropping and losing a bolt early in the process I decided to just run very rich with the sea-level setting.  Morgan finally made it in later that night from Seattle.

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 In places where the road was cut into the side of hills the same thing would happen in a less pronounced manner.  Needless to day it made for a few hours of very attentive driving. 

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