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Some are amusing, some are deep, some are arty and creative, some biographical, but they all have one thing in common: a passion for travelling on two wheels.

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The Africa Twin has a bit of off-road DNA and it deserves foot pegs that will provide you with good grip for control and a comfortable platform that will perform in any conditions. The Works Foot Pegs from Touratech are just the right balance of size, grip, and ability to clear mud.

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Eric Archambault is not only a motorcycle adventure expert and world-class rider, but he manages the Touratech-USA and contributes a regular blog post to our website - Archambault's Angle.

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With a 21” front wheel and good ground clearance, the Africa Twin likes to wander off the beaten path. You are likely to find something on the ground that will make dangerous contact with the underside of your Africa Twin. 

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Touratech's Beau Sullivan knows how to put gear to the test. When the new Touratech Waterproof line showed up he said, "Let me take it out."

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The number of female motorcyclists getting into adventure touring is on the rise. In fact, many of the well known adventure riders in the world are women. The timing is perfect for the arrival SheADV, a resource for women riders to share, learn, and plan future adventures.

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Due to popular demand Touratech-USA headquarters in Seattle, Wa are going to be open on select Saturdays this winter and spring. We'll be open from 10AM-4PM and there will be light refreshments and special one-day specials at the events.

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Aaron is part of The Touratech customer service team. They're motorcycle industry veterans and riders and each of them is an ADV expert with a thirst for adventure and a desire to help you see the world from two wheels. Need advice on parts, gear, installation or anything having to do with your bike? Ask a Touratech Adventure Expert.

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At both Touratech Rallies there is amazing rider training available. Whether you're a seasoned adventure rider with years of terrain behind you or a newbie that just picked up your first dual-sport bike, you can always improve your skill level.

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Section 2 begins with a series of rock-based, mountain roads. You’ll twist and turn through high-elevation deciduous forest and across numerous slow-moving streams enroute to Ruidoso, an engaging mountain hamlet.

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