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Adventure Touring Accessories Department

Adventure riding is all about planning for the unknown in advance and Motorcycle Superstore’s adventure touring accessories department can help you do just that. Find a selection of riding luggage, GPS navigation, tools and first aid kits designed to let you stay out on the road indefinitely. And when you do make it back from your trip, prep your bike for the next ride with cleaners, engine oil, battery chargers and motorcycle storage covers. We carry adventure riding heavyweight brands like AltRider, Sena, Givi, Nelson Rig and Motion Pro. From the garage to the backcountry, the adventure touring accessories department has what you need.

Latest Reviews

Christopher (Upton, MA)

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Garbage Don't waste your money

Bent and was useless the first time I used it to lift a YZ250 two stroke. Don't waste your money on this piece of crap!

Adithya (indianapolis, 0)

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Poor build quality

The bracket that is provided with this stand is of very poor quality. Used this stand only twice and the bracket is bent to the point that its unusable. Disappointed.

Jim (Sandwich, IL)

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K&L Fat Jack...

Perfect for the quick lift for getting the tires up for whatever reason. Fast and secure. A tool that should be in every bikers garage.

Charlie (Fayetteville, AR)

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Motul Offroad Chain Lube

This stuff is great. I've been using it now for two years and it has kept my chains in great shape without stuck links. I recommend it.

stephanie (brunswick, GA)

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mostly great

I got the 70 liter bag. It's awesome and I can pack lots of stuff. Only issue is it had a bit of a leak during a torrential downpour/traffic jam. Overall, it's pretty darn good for what I'll be using it for.

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