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STARTER'S GUIDE FOR ADVENTURE TOURING RIDING

Adventure Touring is more than just a growing segment of the motorcycle industry, it is a riding lifestyle complete with unique motorcycles, specialized gear designed for the hardcore riders among us and an unlimited number of destinations to choose from. Explore places few people have ever seen, go places even fewer have ever been and do it all from the seat of your bike. When you are ready to gear up and point your GPS towards the road less travelled then we invite you to check out our Starter’s Guide to Adventure Touring for some helpful bike set-up tips, packing ideas and gear recommendations.

Latest Reviews

DieselDevilDog (Flat Rock, MI)

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Good set of Rain Pants

We have had X-Element and Nelson Rigg. Both of their pants were not up to par. The zippers would get stuck and the lined material would get stuck when trying to put your pants on. Now: The Tourmaster has great features: You can quick release your suspenders if you have to go to the john. The lining of the pants is real slick so you can put them on and not get your boot caught. Also, the zippers are first class, very heavy duty, not like the other ones. The outer material is shiny and it does keep the rain out. These pants are well worth the price....you get what you pay for really sums up these great rain pants.

Mike (Pinellas Park, FL)

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Awesome 3 season touring jacket

Living in Florida I was looking for an Adventure Touring jacket that would flow lots or air. The textile jacket I have had for years up north was too hot in the Florida heat and humidity. I took it out of the box, removed the liner (which has a left and right zipper, more on this later) and took it for a 150 mile ride. This thing flows so much air that I didn't even feel like I was wearing a jacket when moving. It fits true to size, but generously so you could wear a thermal mid layer for those colder days. Lots of pockets and adjustments. So, the liner has a left and right zipper to attach it to the jacket. This is great because you can utilize the interior jacket pockets when the liner is worn with the jacket. I have not tried out the water repellency of the liner yet. I am planning on riding the Trans America Trail in late August 2015, and this jacket will be worn. I love the versatility, the look, the protection and the price point. I give 2 thumbs up.

Paul (Maywood, NJ)

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No protection offered

This is an excellent summer glove, but it offers no protection. Those rubber strips are just for show. This glove with knuckle protection would have been a great combination.

James (Sonoma, CA)

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Good fit for my bikes

The size their guide recommended for me fits both my Suzuki GSXR 750 and Honda 250 CRFL very nicely. Quality product. Stuffs nicely into the built-in pouch.

John (Freetown, IN)

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Good Grips

I bought these grips based on some advice from a fellow rider. I was finding my right arm would get numb during 2 hour hare scramble races and it felt like a vibration issue from the bike. These grips were not expensive so I gave them a try. So far they absolutely have helped my vibration issues. I have ran one hare scramble since purchasing these and have had no numbness. I will continue to use and recommend to others.

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