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.
Yesterday's riding was a nice combination of road and relatively easy dirt. Today’s route back out of the canyon proved a bit more challenging for many.
Today we get an early start so that we can make it to Urique while it is still light out deep in the canyon.
Today’s ride is one of the longer ones, but the roads are twisty, and the scenery is breathtaking as we wind our way up to the upper Sierras.
We get to know our group a little better over breakfast this morning, then take off for the first step of the trip: crossing the border into Mexico. Luckily for us, Juan and Alfonso are old hands at this process, and after waiting through a couple different lines, we’re all set.
Today, we arrive in Douglas, Arizona to kick off our adventure through Mexico with our friends at MotoDiscovery.
Helge Pedersen, renowned world traveler, author and founder of GlobeRiders Motorcycle Adventures, just checked in from Sossusvlei, Namibia, in the midst of the 2013 GlobeRiders Africa Adventure. Follow the link to read his trip report.
Chris Morgan, a British ecologist, conservationist, television host and motorcycle adventurer, recently rode a Touratech outfitted BMW R1200GS to the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. Follow the link for a few photos from his journey.
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.
A little more than a year ago, Issa and Nita Breibish left their hometown Calgary in Canada with a BMW F650GS and R1200GS in order to discover something new. After more than 40,000 km they made a pit stop at Touratech in Niedereschach to equip their bikes with new shock absorbers and fork springs.