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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.

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Billy (San Marcos, TX)

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Olympia Air Glide 4

I like the overall excellent quality of the jacket and all of it's designed functions. I truly feel that this will be a good four season jacket. I have worn it in over 100 degree days here in central Texas and it has kept me comfortable due to the excellent air flow mesh throughout the jacket. I can feel the air move all the way down my lower back. Highly recommend to anyone looking for an excellent high quality jacket.

Mario (Bunker Hill, WV)

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Waste of $15

Despite a clean surface, the tape would not stick with any consistency. As others have said, it would bunch along the way as well. The applicator tool, while a good idea, fell short in actual application. I'm tempted to give this another shot with the wheels removed from the bike but...I'll probably go with another product instead.

Bruce M (concord, CA)

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castrol Actevo 4T

Just changed my oil on my Kawasaki Z ZRX1200R, it's been shifting a little harder than I like (alot harder) and I didn't want to go to a full synthetic so I tried the Castrol Actevo 4T and WOW what a difference!!! Tranny shifts incredibly smooth and quiet and also reasonably priced. This will be the new diet for my ZREX.

Mike (Rocky River, OH)

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Dry & Bright

3,000 mile trip, 300 of which was on and off rain plus 200 miles of pouring rain. I was dry throughout and felt visible despite the poor conditions. I'd highly recommend this gear.

Lee (NY, NY)

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Light, comfortable, and stiff

The steel cable lacing system works well. It takes a bit more time to snug up than buckles, but doesn't need fiddling with the latch positions. Removal is easier with just a pop of the knob. The heel profile allows for comfortable walking, even though it's stiff. It doesn't allow you to easily bend your ankles or point your toes, it reduces the effective reach to the ground on tall bikes and makes for less clearance under the shifter, so it requires shift lever repositioning.

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