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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

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.

Barry (Nanaimo, BC)

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Falling Apart

Bought for my wife's birthday. Unpacked it and noticed some of the stitching wasn’t finished and was loose. My wife wore the jacket for 4 hours and noticed that the material on one of the cuffs was falling apart. We then had a closer look at it and there were easily half a dozen places where the stitching was coming apart. My wife was so disappointed! She had done a lot of research, loved the features and fit of the jacket and was so sad to send the jacket back. Very poor quality control!

Joe (Jackson, NJ)

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Really?

Some customers say this pant fits right? No way. I am 5'10" 190 and in good shape. Cuffed these pants when I got them and they were 8 inches too long! Really? Don't waste your time with these pants.

Dan (Independence, KS)

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Very good quality - does the job

Sturdy piece of gear. It's not identical to the sprocket that comes off the bike, so instructions as to which side faces out would be nice. Noticeably changes the gearing- drops about 500 rpm in every gear (heck-of-a-lot better on the highway).

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