Touratech USA vendor thread

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by TouratechUSA, Apr 29, 2011.

  1. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    #ParkedOutFront: Two Ten-Fifty Triumph Motorcycles

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  2. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    Join us in Odessa, WA this weekend for the 2013 Stumpjumpers Desert 100, the most prestigious off road race of the year. In addition to the race, the Desert 100 weekend features both a Family and Iron Man Poker Run, as well as a day-long Dual-Sport ride.

    http://stumpjumpers.org/desert100/
    http://www.touratech-usa.com/Adventure/Events/ttAjGP/2013-Stumpjumpers-Desert-100

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  3. oz97tj

    oz97tj Been here awhile

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    Thanks. Thats a long wait though.
  4. JRose

    JRose Been here awhile

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    Crash bar sets for the 2013 F800GS. What's the ETA looking like?

    Jason
  5. byways

    byways byways

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    Read my and moto-photo-pro Jon Beck's article about the inaugural run of the COBDR (in the company of Touratech-USA President Tom Myers and General Mgr. Paul Guillien) in the latest issue of RoadRUNNER Magazine!

    Below ... Tom with the COBDR Advance Scouting Team in August 2012:

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    ... and his trusty sidekick, Paul:

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    These guys are the real thing!
  6. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    For many people, a motorcycle isn't just a means of transportation, it's a way to escape; the ordinary, the everyday, the otherwise average. It takes you places only two wheels can - beyond the boundaries of the box, into the backcountry and across countries. Exploring, experiencing and enjoying everything along the way. So when BMW's new water-cooled R1200GS was introduced earlier this year - the latest iteration of their most popular model - it was only a matter of time before we outfitted the bike for its first adventure; a week long expedition to the southeast side of Utah.

    An excuse to test the new 1200 in both an urban and off-road environment, our expedition began in our Seattle showroom, where we installed an assortment of accessories that would allow us to enjoy our adventure and not worry about whether the bike would be able to withstand the abuse. An expedition skid plate, crash bars, radiator and headlight guard, as well as a Zega Pro pannier system were among the accessories installed. Once the bike was ready, it was time to escape the office and head south in search of something a little more exciting!


    If you&#8217;re on Instagram, Twitter or Tumblr, log on and tell us how you plan to #MakeYourEscape.

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  7. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  8. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    TT Headquarters (ca. 2005)

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  9. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  10. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  11. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    Testing TT's ADV ready Multistrada.

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  12. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  13. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  14. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    Click here to see all of the GPS navigation systems and locking mount packages available at TT: http://2rtec.us/GPS

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  15. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  16. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    Five Faces of Adventure

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  17. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  18. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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  19. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    Here's the latest video featuring our friend Murph, who has spent the last three years riding his 1150GS around the world. Murph is currently in Finland battling the bitter cold.

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  20. TouratechUSA

    TouratechUSA Made For Adventure

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    We are on our way to scout-riding the AZBDR - http://www.backcountrydiscoveryroutes.com/AZBDR
    Paul will be riding our new 800GS.

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