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Quick Tips: How To Set Your Rear Sag On An Adventure Bike

What is sag? There are a lot of different kinds of sag but we are concerned in this article about finding “race sag,” even if we are not racing. This measurement is how much the rear of your bike should drop into... Read More

Quick Tips: How To Fix Damaged Panniers To Get You Home

Motorcycle luggage comes in all shapes, sizes, and degrees of fortitude, yet even the burliest panniers can fall victim to terra firma. We asked Touratech’s Iain Glynn, their technical support guy, if he had any tips for getting home... Read More

Tusk Top Rack: Rugged, Versatile & Budget-Friendly Rear Rack

Some dual sport motorcycles come from the factory without much in the way of luggage hauling accessories. Equipping your bike for adventure travel can be a lengthy and expensive process. One of the easiest and least expensive upgrades you can make is... Read More

Tusk Panniers: Rugged, Secure and Budget-Friendly Boxes

Whether you use your Adventure Motorcycle as a globetrotting touring bike, a grocery getter or something in between, chances are you’ve had a need for a large-capacity, lockable luggage system at one time or another. And if your adventures include off-road travel,... Read More

10 Adventure Touring Stocking Stuffers Under $60

It’s a challenge to shop for adventure riders. Adventure Touring bikes are expensive and hard to gift wrap, gear is a personal choice and usually has to be tried on for fit. Many tools and accessories are bike/model/year specific and... Read More

The Great Debate: Hard or Soft Luggage for Adventure Bikes?

Both hard and soft luggage systems have advantages and disadvantages. Important things to consider when making a decision are your riding style, the typical terrain you ride and your budget.As Adventure Motorcycle debates go, the hard vs. soft luggage square... Read More

New Lockable Touratech Toolbox for the BMW R1200GS

Looking for a way to get additional storage space on your BMW R1200GS? The new Touratech Toolbox is an ideal solution for safe storage of small items on your GS that fits perfectly in the void between the rear wheel and pannier... Read More

Can Motorcycle Panniers Be Lightweight, Stylish and Tough?

It was 1985 when Touratech founder, Herbert Schwarz, built his first set of motorcycle panniers for his extended tours to the far corners of the Earth. He continued to refine the design until the Zega panniers were launched in 1992.Fast forward... Read More
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