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Today, Touratech releases a video like no other in the adventure motorcycle market. The Zega Mundo video happens in less than two minutes, mixing a driving beat, twisting roads, mud, gravel, rushing water, epic backdrops and two adventure motorcycles roaring through the woods… and the soundtrack is performed entirely on Touratech Zega Mundo Panniers.

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It can be rough for a little motorcycle in the big city. It's an asphalt jungle clogged full of homicidal taxi drivers, smart phone blinded pedestrians, smugly suicidal bicyclists, and terrified tourists. 

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Today Touratech-USA proudly announces that Konflict Motorsports & Suspension is the first Official Touratech Suspension Service Center in the USA. 

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Touratech introduces the new BLACK, Long Expedition Skid Plate.  It’s the same standard-setting safeguard for your undercarriage but in a sleek, subtle shade that matches the OEM black of the engine.

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Helge’s current ride is a 2012 BMW R1200GS Adventure in pristine condition and fully equipped with Touratech equipment. He has decided to part with it and is making it available for purchase.

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Your seat is the largest connection between you and your bike, and can make or break a trip.  The wait is over and F800GS Adventure riders can finally upgrade to the Touratech Comfort or Touratech DriRide seats to make those long days in the saddle even more enjoyable.

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In our latest video, Touratech's Iain Glynn explains how to use the Touratech Locking Mount for the BMW Navigator 4 or 5 GPS unit. 

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Last weekend was a busy one for the Touratech-USA staff! We had a booth at the Seattle International Motorcycle Show and our shop was open for our annual IMS Weekend Bash!

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This past weekend Touratech took our show on the road and set up at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach California.

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Following advice from friends, we took the truck border crossing from Nogales, AZ into Mexico. Things went incredibly quick and smooth… except for the part when we thought we'd missed the immigration office where we needed to buy our vehicle permits. 

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