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Photo by Adam Booth

Now through the month of September, 2015 you can take your ride to the next level with 10% OFF and FREE SHIPPING on all orders of Touratech shocks and Touratech fork cartridges!

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Last weekend, members of the Touratech staff flew to Pennsylvania to host our inaugural Touratech Rally – East. We’d been working on the event for months and it was with much anticipation that the date finally arrived. 

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There will be a BBQ, a live band and little end-of the-weekend-competition for those inclined as well! For Touratech, our rallies are a way for us to meet our customers and thank them for their patronage. We don’t sell merchandise at the rally(except t-shirts). For us, it’s about the riding and our customers!

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Amazing Zega Panniers for only $1099! Touratech's Paul Guillien gives a quick overview of the Zega Mundo Panniers for the KLR 650 in this short video shot in a spectacular location!

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Sponsored riders represent the Touratech brand across the far reaches of the planet. These adventurers provide us with awesome images, words and videos from locations around the globe, (usually with the Touratech logo prominently displayed). In exchange we help them equip their bikes so they’re ready to take on the challenges of world travel.

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Each week, adventure touring pioneer, author and photographer Helge Pedersen provides Touratech with a classic shot from one his adventures with Globeriders. This is Helge's photo of the week! 

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We set up a time-lapse camera to cover the goings on and other then a person messing with it and ruining our Friday coverage, the video is pretty cool. See you at the rally next year!!!

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Do you have your Klim Nac Pak?

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Would you like to attend the Inaugural Touratech Rally East in Pennsylvania for free? It's easy to do! Just become a Rally Volunteer. We need a lot of help to make the rally an awesome experience for everyone in attendance and your help is needed! 

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While in Peru, Willson and his wife, Brayde stopped at the Touratech-Peru shop to do some work on their bikes and they ran into a couple of guys from Holland, Jeri Lubbers and Dagowin Hettich. They were on a couple of ancient Africa Twins and were in the midst of a motorcycle odyssey of their own.

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