Helge Pedersen, president of GlobeRiders and world reknowned motorcycle adventurer, just completed an expedition from Cape Town to Cairo. Before returning to his home in Seattle, Helge was kind enough to send us an update highlighting his journey.
Our friends Joe Lloyd and Bob Berglund spent Sunday testing their sand riding skills!
Touratech-USA went out to support the 42nd annual Desert 100 Race and Dual-Sport Poker Run. The Touratech team was on hand to be a part of the event and contributed a list of prizes that were raffled to those in attendance.
In this short video produced by Curbsyde Productions, Touratech-USA's President, Tom Myers, shares his thoughts on the BMW R1200GS motorcycle that he rode on the Utah Backcountry Discovery Route (UTBDR) expedition.
The 80th Annual Cowbell Enduro took place Sunday, October 23rd in the foothills of Whatcom County. Paul and Iain from Touratech-USA headed north to compete in this year's event, which offered riders a variety of trails, from difficult to nearly impossible.
As with many great stories, this one starts with two guys chatting over a pint of beer one evening. They are talking about their shared passion for motorcycles when they stumble upon an idea to create a route from Oregon to Canada through the Washington backcountry. This idea gains momentum when its awarded the 2010 Overland Flag for best proposal for an expedition.
This weekend, the Puget Sound Enduro Riders and Touratech-USA hosted the 2011 Shelton Valley Adventure & Dual-Sport Ride in Shelton, WA.
Hosted by our friends at RawHyde Adventures, this year's Adventure Rider Challenge was held in one of the most beautiful (and challenging) locations in North America, Moab, Utah.
30 years after his first motorcycle journey, Herbert Schwartz returns to where it all began... Scotland. Together with his wife Ramona, and a new BMW R1200RT, the trip becomes a travel back through time to the familiar wild-romantic landscapes that Herbert experienced 30 years earlier in the north of Great Britain.
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It's late July and we're are on the first day of a motorcycle trip on the Oregon Backcountry Discovery Route (OBDR) - the start of our nine-day adventure...