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The Touratech tool box is the ideal solution for the safe storage of small items on your GS. This optimal utilization of space allows tools, first-aid kit, breakdown kit and many other useful items to remain on the motorcycle permanently and without interfering. They are always readily accessible with the cases on or off the bike.



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Installing progressive front fork springs will give your KTM 1190 Adventure R a significant improvement in handling and braking, both on and off-road.  This spring kit is a quick and inexpensive way to drastically change your KTM Adventure's handling performance, or to revive a worn out set of springs.



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This replacement visor for the Touratech Aventuro Carbon Helmet is an exact replacement of the original that is available in three different  configurations. All visors are pinlock compatible and fit perfectly on the Touratech Aventuro Carbon Helmet.



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Adventure awaits on the remote backcountry roads of the IDBDR, where you will experience challenging riding and discover historic mining towns, hot springs, lookout towers and friendly people.



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IDBDR Route Map - Discover an amazing backcountry motorcycle route through the state of Idaho, covering 1250+ miles of iconic locations, breathtaking scenery and challenging terrain. This two-sided, fully synthetic map is waterproof and tear resistant - perfect for use in the backcountry, and will help you plan your next motorcycle adventure in Idaho with its route map, elevation profile, GPS waypoints, and other valuable planning information for the IDBDR.



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The stock rear shock on the 1190 R is a step backward from the shocks we came to love on the KTM 990/950. One of the main shortcomings is that it lacks the PDS (position-dependant damping) which helps keep the shock from bottoming out. A bottom-out event can result in bent shock bolts and other failures, not to mention a less-than-ideal ride. Touratech has created the ultimate upgrade with the Extreme shock for the KTM 1190 R.

Touratech Suspension is the world’s first purpose-built shock absorber for long-distance touring with a fully-loaded motorcycle. 

Fits any KTM 1190 R.



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Tubular stainless-steel pannier racks for the KTM 1190 & 1290 Adventure or ADV R. This pannier rack attaches at existing frame points on the bike and does not require any drilling or cutting to install. Touratech's tough, cross-braced rack system acts like an additional subframe, strengthening the rear of the bike, and in some cases acts like a rear crashbar.



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Don't settle for a universal fit tank bag on your BMW R1200GS that will slide around, distracting  you from your riding.  The unique shape of the GS’s fuel tank requires a bag that fits properly.  The Touratech Expandable Touring Tankbag is shaped specifically for the oil-cooled BMW R1200GS with a mounting kit designed specifically for the bike.



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Touratech Zega Pro panniers and topcases have provided secure dry storage for adventure riders the world over. The body and lid feature rounded lines with rugged corner protection that is easily replaceable. Low profile anchor loops provide a flat surface that makes the topcase a good place to lash additional bags. Crafted with 1.5mm aluminum and welded/stainless steel rivet construction these sturdy topcases are available in 25 and 38 liter sizes, three different finishes, with or without mounting hardware pre-installed.



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