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The buzz about the Touratech Aventuro Carbon has been resonating throughout the adventure community and we''ve seen many inquiries from riders that want to get their hands on one.

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In preparing for our trip to Mexico last March, Matt and I tried to set the rear sag on my 2007 BMW F650GS with a light load of luggage. Even with the shock preload turned all the way up, there was still too much sag.

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What are the best options available to you when you’re ready to outfit your Boxer? What makes one crash-bar better then another? Do you really need a skid plate? Is it easy to put these important accessories on your bike? Let’s take a look.

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Two days’ ride southwest we sit in a small cafe on the periphery of Africa’s largest and busiest market square, the Djemaa el Fna, (assembly of the dead) inside the fire-red walls of Marrakesh. 

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Beau Sullivan is a member of the Touratech-USA staff and has been riding motorcycles for over a decade.

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While we don't want to have too strict of a schedule and route for this trip, our usual "fast and loose" attitude to travel probably isn't going to cut it on a huge trip with a set amount of time. 

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We are all familiar with the iconic image of the adventure motorcycle rider.  The tall, muscular rider with a strong jaw line sporting the start of a beard.

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Touratech Unveils the Lightweight Aventuro Carbon Helmet

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Since last month's 2014 BMW Motorrad GS Trophy in the Candadian Rockies, one question that the Touratech customer service team has been asked a lot is, "What Touratech parts were on the Water-Cooled R1200GS's in the race?"

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While trying to find my immunization records, I discovered that I had none. It had been many years since I'd had any, so I had some catching up to do.

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