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In this video, Touratech-USA's General Manager, Paul Guillien talks about a few of the features of the Aventuro Carbon Helmet.

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One week till departure, roof starts leaking, ruins downstairs bathroom door.  Had to fix the roof, and take care of the water damage, as well as replace the door.  Two days later, a huge wind storm blows down our fence.

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At Touratech, we ride. Street bikes, dirt bikes and of course, adventure bikes.

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Yesterday at EICMA they unveiled the 2015 Tiger 800’s…. All 4 of them: The Tiger XR and XRX for the street, and the XC and XCX for dual-sport riding.

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The only weekend that the Touratech-USA showroom in Seattle is open to the public each year, is the weekend of the International Motorcycle Show.

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This week in Archambault's Angle, Eric shares the contents of his tool kit and his tool philosophy.

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If you own a BMW R1200GS Adventure, Touratech Plug & Travel DDA shocks are finally available for your bike! These high-performance, semi-active shocks are fully compatible with the BMW's complex computer system. 

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 In the late eighties and early nineties the Africa Twin was the hallmark of the long-distance rally bike.

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The KTM 1050 Adventure was introduced as a dual-sport bike for riders that want power, first-rate technology and off-road agility at an attractive price point.

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From the primitive, but effective ammo cans, to the sleek, modern, boxes of today that look like they belong at the space station, the pannier has always been as important to the adventure motorcycle traveller as dice are to Vegas. 

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