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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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Intermot is taking place in Cologne, Germany this week (Oct. 1-5). It's the largest motorcycle exibition in the world and it only happens every other year.

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Aaron Jennings is well known throughout the motorcycle industry and in September, Touratech-USA was fortunate to be able to add him to our staff. 

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Touratech developers have been playing in the snow lately. This concept project was unveiled today at Intermot in Cologne, Germany.

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On Thursday, October 23 at 7PM, Touratech and Ride West BMW are pleased to present a showing of the Motorcycle Adventure film: Somewhere Else Tomorrow.

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Iain Glynn, Touratech-USA staff member and Chief Riding Officer spent the past 4 days participating in the second annual Baja Rally. 

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Socks are one of the least glamorous, and often overlooked pieces of riding gear.  Hidden away in boots, no thought is given to socks unless they don't work.

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More important than wrenches, spare parts, waterproof bags, or GPS units, COMMUNICATION is going be the most used tool during our trip through South America.

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Iain Glynn, Touratech-USA staff member and Chief Riding Officer is spending September 24 – 28 participating in the second annual Baja Rally. It, of course is being run in the heat of the rugged Baja, California region. He’s down there with a team of riders and technical supporters from the Seattle area. 

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The factory lower crash bars for the water-cooled R1200GS and Adventure model look great, but lack a critical rear brace. If your motorcycle takes a hard fall, the factory bars can fold right into the engine, causing damage to the valve cover and the cylinder of your water-boxer.

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