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It is almost here! Getting ready to follow the International GS Trophy Team Challenge in New Zealand (Auckland to Queenstown) from February 9th (actually 8th for U.S.) till February 16th. Schedule: Feb 4 - All Day: Arrival of Journalists Feb 5 - 5:00 pm: Forenoon GS Trophy Briefing session, practical riding training starting after lunch Feb 6 - 1:00 pm: Practical riding training Feb 7 - 1:00 pm: Overall Briefing for all participants and welcome event Feb 8 - 1:00 pm: First stage of the int. GS Trophy Feb 9 - 14 - All Day: Stage 2 – Stage 7 Feb 15 - 1:00 pm: Final stage Feb 16 - All Day: Day of departure If you want to learn more about what the GS Trophy is, go to: https://www.facebook.com/notes/gs-trophy-team-usa/how-to-watch-the-2020-international-gs-trophy/1438303873014774/ You can follow live on the sites below: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gstrophyteamusa/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GSTrophy/ https://www.bmw-motorrad.com/…/adventure/gs-trophy-2020.html
The dates are set for the Spring 2020 Adventure Ride! Please share! For more info about riding the GOAT, join the group Green Country Oklahoma Adventure Tour --> https://www.facebook.com/groups/2919260181421930/
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The Height MYTH...... I feel it is about time someone spoke up about the new industry trend of lowering the newer Mid-Sized adventure/Dual Sport Motorcycles to fit an alleged market demographic. Back in the early days- well- sorta early days, KTM was putting out a 950s Adventure with 10 inches of front and rear travel. The 640 had the same suspension travel as their smaller Enduro bikes. BMW had the Dakar model with similar suspension travel. These bikes were being designed based on the then larger Dakar Style Rally bikes being raced in Africa and around the globe. In the 80s and 90s the average Dakar race bike had twin cylinders and 10+ inches of suspension travel. These designs were made to match the demanding off-road terrain and high speeds associated with Darkar rally style racing and general off-road dirt bike style bikes. The ave motocross or off-road enduro bikes had seat heights of 35-36 inches and over 10 inches of suspension travel. Again, the bikes design was meant for all-terrain travel and higher speeds. Back then there was no crying or sniveling about bikes being too tall because the majority of the people riding those bikes learned to ride that style of bike respecting its design and engineering as a mandatory aspect of off-road riding. Fast forward to todays Adventure bikes. When KTM came out with their 1190R, 1090R. 1290R bikes, and BMW responded with the 800GS and 850GS they started to lower seat heights because of market push back- or supposed pushback. We read it all the time in our many forums or blogs. People crying about KTMs being too tall, or GS being too tall for short riders etc.. The problem is I read the same complaints from individuals 6 foot tall. You would not have seen this kind of complaining 10 or 15 years ago an I believe this is largely due to a change in the demographic of the average Adv Motorcycle buyer. 15 years ago the majority of what could be called the adventure moto crowd where either true world travelers or Ex- Motocross riders looking for an "adventure". Those people generally didn't come from the shrinking Harley Davison low slung cruiser crowds so they did come with -Pre Conceived- Ideas how a motorcycle should sit under you or feel. In the past 5 years there has been a roller coster swing in not only the design and production of adventure bikes, but also in the market demand for a more "off-road capable" machine. I believe this is largely do to the expanding demand and interest in these types of bikes by the western USA, Australia, and Americas market. There is arguably a higher demand for long travel, more off-road capable Adv bikes out west than in the UK, or Germany- and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see why. Out back-yard is MOAB, Death valley, and the Rocky Mountains. The same terrain is seen in Australia and South Americas. Because of this many of the Adventure Motorcycle buys from these regions generally come from backgrounds of Dirt racing or enduro- or simply want to explore the incredible dirt terrain these areas provide. That being said- we are seeing the Adventure motorcycle industry respond with more mid-weight adv bikes like the 790R, T-700, and Honda AT. these bikes are a fantastic response to a need. Unfortunately some people have cried and complained about these bikes being too tall. The point I want to make here is stop your crying and learn to ride a long travel orr-road bike. There is a reason we wanted 9-10 inches of travel. There is a reason we kept asking for more ground clearance. Unfortunately, we are seeing the industry REACT/ Vs Respond to his size hysteria by pitching the newer (2020) adventure bikes with a lower seat and less suspension travel. I will say it again- these bikes were not intended to be your 2010 V-storm, your HD road kings, or your road cruisers-- if you want to have both feet on the ground buy one of those and stop your crying. If you think you want to try off-road adventure riding then LEARN TO RIDE an off-road bike designed to do so. There is a falsehood being sold that you need to have both feel on the ground for stability- while this may be true for the very large and heavy 1200GS, 1290R ktms, it is a complete falsehood when it comes to the mid-weight adventure bikes or below. I believe many of the people complaining just sold their low road kings and cant understand why this new KTM is so heigh...well duhh. The sarcasm is warranted. A perfect example is Jocelin Snow. This girl is not tall by any means and yet she is killing it on a super large 1250 GS. She is not inhibited in any way- but instead learned to ride her bike. Another example is Emily Roberts. Emily is an extremely capable off-road rider on just about any bike and does not piss and moan because "the seat is too high" , no, she learned to ride a off-road bike and she kicks ass. The 2020 KTM, and Honda line up of adventure bikes looks impressive until you see their knee jerk reaction to the sniveling road cruiser buyers- Lower seats, less travel, less clearance. My advice to KTM and Honda- watch the USA sales of the T-700........ you just can't sell that many Africa Twins to the Vietnamese....
The Height MYTH...... I feel it is about time someone spoke up about the industry tend of lowering the newer Mid-Sized adventure/Dual Sport Motorcycles to fit an alleged market demographic. Back in the early days- well- sorta early days, KTM was putting out a 950s Adventure with 10 inches of front and rear travel. The 640 had the same suspension travel as their smaller Enduro bikes. BMW had the Dakar model with similar suspension travel. These bikes were being designed based on the then larger Dakar Style Rally bikes being raced in Africa and around the globe. In the 80s and 90s the average Dakar race bike had twin cylinders and 10+ inches of suspension travel. These designs were made to match the demanding off-road terrain and high speeds associated with Darkar rally style racing and general off-road dirt bike style bikes. The ave motocross or orr-road enduro bikes had seat heights of 35-36 inches and over 10 inches of suspension travel. Again, the bikes design was meant for all-terrain travel and higher speeds. Back then there was no crying or sniveling about bikes being too tall because the majority of the people riding those bikes learned to ride that style of bike respecting its design and engineering as a mandatory aspect of off-road riding. Fast forward to todays Adventure bikes. When KTM came out with their 1190R, 1090R. 1290R bikes. And BMW responded with the 800GS and 850GS they started to lower seat heights because of market push back- or supposed pushback. We read it all the time in our many forums or blogs. People crying about KTMs being too tall, or GS being too tall for short riders etc.. The problem is I read the same complaints from individuals 6 foot tall. You would not have seen this kind of complaining 10 or 15 years ago an I believe this is largely due to a change in the demographic of the average Adv Motorcycle buyer. 15 years ago the majority of what could be called the adventure moto crowd where either true world travelers or Ex- Motocross riders looking for an "adventure". Those people generally didn't come from the shrinking Harley Davison low slung cruiser crowds so they did come with -Pre Conceived- Ideas how a motorcycle should sit under you or feel. In the past 5 years there has been a roller coster swing in not only the design and production of adventure bikes, but also in the market demand for a more "off-road capable" machine. I believe this is largely do to the expanding demand and interest in these types of bikes by the western USA, Australia, and Americas market. There is arguably a higher demand for long travel, more off-road capable Adv bikes out west than in the UK, or Germany- and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see why. Out back-yard is MOAB, Death valley, and the Rocky Mountains. The same terrain is seen in Australia and South Americas. Because of this many of the Adventure Motorcycle buys from these regions generally come from backgrounds of Dirt racing or enduro- or simply want to explore the incredible dirt terrain these areas provide. That being said- we are seeing the Adventure motorcycle industry respond with more mid-weight adv bikes like the 790R, T-700, and Honda AT. these bikes are a fantastic response to a need. Unfortunately some people have cried and complained about these bikes being too tall. The point I want to make here is stop your crying and learn to ride a long travel orr-road bike. There is a reason we wanted 9-10 inches of travel. There is a reason we kept asking for more ground clearance. Unfortunately, we are seeing the industry REACT/ Vs Respond to his size hysteria by pitching the newer (2020) adventure bikes with a lower seat and less suspension travel. I will say it again- these bikes were not intended to be your 2010 V-storm, your HD road kings, or your road cruisers-- if you want to have both feet on the ground buy one of those and stop your crying. If you think you want to try off-road adventure riding then LEARN TO RIDE an off-road bike designed to do so. There is a falsehood being sold that you need to have both feel on the ground for stability- while this may be true for the very large and heavy 1200GS, 1290R ktms, it is a complete falsehood when it comes to the mid-weight adventure bikes or below. I believe many of the people complaining just sold their low road kings and cant understand why this new KTM is so heigh...well duhh. The sarcasm is warranted. A perfect example is Jocelin Snow. This girl is not tall by any means and yet she is killing it on a super large 1250 GS. She is not inhibited in any way- but instead learned to ride her bike. Another example is Emily Roberts. Emily is an extremely capable off-road rider on just about any bike and does not piss and moan because "the seat is too high" , no, she learned to ride a off-road bike and she kicks ass. The 2020 KTM, and Honda line up of adventure bikes looks impressive until you see their knee jerk reaction to the sniveling road cruiser buyers- Lower seats, less travel, less clearance. My advice to KTM and Honda- watch the USA sales of the T-700........ you just can;'t sell that many Africa Twins to the Vietnamese....

Adventure Motorcycle Magazine (ADVMoto)

Bi-monthly print and online magazine dedicated to international adventure/dual-sport motorcycling -- the people, stories, places, ride reports, reviews, techniques, tips, culture. and more!

Mission: To create, nurture and promote international goodwill through motorcycle-based adventure travel. To be a resource for global motorcycle travelers and adventurers, those who are out there, who've been out there and those who want to be out there.

Nelson Rigg USA has added to their Rigg Gear Adventure line with a pair of new Hurricane Waterproof Tank Bags.

Check out the details at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/rigg-gear-waterproof-adventure-dual-sport-enduro-tank-bags

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Armchair Adventure Festival Interview - ADVMotoLive

Lost footage from ADVMoto Live #1. We interview Reece with the Armchair Adventure Festival about the upcoming show this weekend from Friday to Sunday highlighting some of the hottest names in ADV!

For more info and to attend, visit...
https://armchairadventurefestival.com

ADVMoto Live's first episode will be live tonight 8PM EST on ADVMoto YouTube channel. Subscribe to ADVMoto YouTube channel and turn on notification so you won't miss it!

Tonight features news and a guest appearance with Reece from the Armchair Adventure Festival which kicks off tomorrow.

Our friends and longtime contributors Kyra and Justin from West x1000 will share their story as content creators.

We'll finish off the evening with an all new remastered screening of "The Return - Riding Western China" by ADVMoto Publisher Carl Parker: a solo produced film on exploring rarely seen western China in 2007.

We will be monitoring chatroom and welcoming audience questions. See you there!

https://youtu.be/OMj6zUmuDIs

The Sidecar Guys | WESTx1000 | #ADVMotoLive | #ADVMoto | #ArmchairAdventureFestival

Get your free front row seat for The Armchair Adventure Festival, taking place from the 24th- 26th April. The Sidecar Guys have arranged an incredible line up including Ted Simon, Charley Boorman, Tiffany Coates, Steph Jeavons, Claudio von Planta, 2ridetheworld and many, many more.

All you have to do is sign up to get free access to the event and some of the world’s most famous adventurers will be broadcast live into your living room.

https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/armchair-adventure-festival-2020

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[04/22/20]   Scott meets some new friends. How would this change him?
Find out in Apr. 2020 story.

Now you can purchase Far-Rider comics at FarRiderComics.com .
We also released page 3 & 4 to public so you can read a little more before diving into the whole story.

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Helmet-to-helmet communications and video/still camera recording are becoming more and more ubiquitous among riders. Sena brings an all in one package with the Momentum Pro Helmet.

Read the full review at:
https://adventuremotorcycle.com/gear/sena-momentum-pro-smart-helmet-review

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Hey Folks, want to help us out?

Let us know what's on your mind and you could win one of these awesome flasks featuring art by Blind Thistle!

Your question could be answered on ADVMoto Live!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/askadvsoc

ADVMoto Live Coming April 24,2020

ADVMoto kicks off our Live webcast program on Youtube on April 24, 2020 at 8PM EST. We want it to be intereactive and will be monitoring chat room activity. The first episode will feature ADVMoto Publisher Carl Parker's solo produced film "The Return - Riding Western China" produced over 10 years ago. Hope to see you there!

KTM USA has finally unveiled the 390 Adventure for North American riders. Building on the solid foundation of the 390 Duke and incorporating DNA from their 790 Adventure and 450 Rally; the 390 Adventure looks like an approachable go anywhere machine we're looking forward to swinging a leg over.

https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/2020-ktm-390-adventure-release

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle #KTM #ReadyToRace #ADVENTUREMORE

Big Agnes is introducing some changes to the Copper Spur tents for 2020. Awning style vestibules, internal storage, and updated fabrics improve function and livability of the classic ultralight tents.

https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/big-agnes-2020-copper-spur-redesign

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The new Wolfman Luggage Wolf Tote is big enough to stash essentials, but not so big that it gets in the way. Made from the same robust materials as the rest of their line the Wolf Tote is totally waterproof, so you can bring it with you everywhere for whatever you need.

Check it out at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/wolfman-2020-wolf-tote-waterproof-bag

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This year’s Backcountry Discovery Routes fundraiser grand prize is a 2020 KTM USA 790 Adventure R wrapped with BDR livery and trick parts from Touratech, WP Suspension, and Cyclops Adventure Sports.

Check it out at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/bdr-ktm-790-adventure-r-giveaway

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adventuremotorcycle.com ADVMoto is offering 6 months access to our entire digital backlog FOR FREE! Access more than 50 digital issues from as far back as 2009. Read ride reports, bike and gear reviews, interviews and stories never available on our public website.

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Both KLIM and Dainese have developed air bag systems with MotoGP pedigrees. We take a look at how the airbag units compare.

Learn more: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/gear/klim-dainese-airbag-vest-tech-comparison

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Eglė Gerulaitytė recounts her experience at the 2020 Hispania Rally in Andalucía, Spain; the first large European rally she's had the honor of surviving this year.

Get the whole scoop at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/egle-gerulaityte/2020-hispania-rally-covid19-corona-virus

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Even though you may not be aware of Nikwax, they’ve been around for over 40 years. Their gear care products can ensure long life, and contribute to UV insulation and waterproofing capabilities.

If you want your favorite piece of gear last longer, be sure to try out Nikwax.

Check out the full review below:
https://adventuremotorcycle.com/gear/nikwax-waterproofing-review

#waterproofing | #gearmaintenance | #AdventureMotorcycle | #ADVMoto

What do you get when you combine an Africa Twin and a PCX150?

Honda's 2021 ADV150 scooter, available this June.

Check it out at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/honda-brings-the-2012-adv150-to-american-shores

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle #RideRed Honda Motorcycles & ATVs

"There has always been a tiny contingent of adventurous riders who choose the most unlikely motorbikes to take to the most unlikely locations. If you’re just curious, or perhaps crazy enough to consider doing something similar, you’ll enjoy Rice & Dirt."

Our Senior Editor Paul H. Smith enjoyed reading "Rice & Dirt" by Worldvespa, hope you would too:
https://adventuremotorcycle.com/media/rice-and-dirt-book-review

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Giant Loop has done it again folks! The innovators from Bend, OR have now revolutionized motorcycle camping with the new EXPANDER Seat Top Tent.

See the details and specs at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/giant-loop-introduces-first-seat-top-tent-for-adventure-motorcycles

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle #GoLightGoFastGoFar

Our friends at Twisted Throttle recently put out the call for brand ambassadors to share adventures, build stories, and product experience. Meet the nine folks who made the cut and will be representing Twisted Throttle this year.

https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/introducing-the-2020-twisted-throttle-ambassadors

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Stuck at home?
Now is the perfect time to catch up some ADVMoto reading... Order ADVMoto back issues to read at home and let's put in our effort to flatten the curve.

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KLIM is continuing the legacy of rugged, technical off-road apparel and rider support with their redesigned Dakar and Mojave jerseys, new colors, and Racer Support Program.

Check it out at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/klim-releases-2020-off-road-gear-and-racer-support-program

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle #KLIM

Taking care of your chain has never been easier! The folks over at Scottoiler have announced an upgraded v3.1 of their popular eSystem.

Click the link for more info: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/new-scottoiler-esystem-v-3-1-brings-welcomed-upgrades

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle Twisted Throttle

The Hepco&Becker Tank Guard for the Triumph Tiger 800 XC/XCX/XCA is designed and manufactured in Germany. It has strong material and hardware, high quality finish and welds that protect the shiny red tank and fairings, makes it a nice addition to your beloved Tiger 800.

Click link below to read the full review:
https://adventuremotorcycle.com/gear/hepco-becker-tank-guard-tiger800-review

Moto Machines | #Tiger800 | #TankGuard | #AdventureMotorcycle | #ADVMoto

Rally For Rangers - A Documentary Film Trailer #1

FINAL DAY on Kickstarter: Rally for Rangers: A Documentary Film! Watch this beautiful trailer and Pledge now to help this documentary become a reality:

https://youtu.be/okrI9-UjqzQ

Kickstarter link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/888060257/rally-for-rangers-a-documentary-film

Garmin has announced the zūmo XT all-terrain GPS motorcycle navigator, designed to help riders venture on and off the beaten path.

Click the link for more info: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/garmin-announces-adventure-ready-zumo-xt

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle

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Mosko Moto Announces Reckless 80 V3.0 Revolver

Mosko Moto is stoked to announce the immediate availability of the Reckless 80 V3.0 Revolver, the third iteration of the flagship rack-less systems.

The V3.0 Revolver is the most versatile Reckless 80 yet. From GSA’s to 150cc dual-sports, the Reckless 80 is a bag that can do it all!

Click link below for more details:
https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/mosko-moto-reckless-80-v3-revolver

#moskoto | #reckless | #AdventureMotorcycle | #ADVMoto | #motoluggage

adventuremotorcycle.com Mosko Moto is stoked to announce the immediate availability of the Reckless 80 V3.0 Revolver, the third iteration of our flagship rack-less systems. The V3.0 Revolver is the most versatile Reckless 80 yet. Adjustable leg angle makes it equally at home on enduros like the CRF450L or KTM 500, as it is...

COVID-19 is affecting everything, including motorcycling. We've compiled a list of affected events, races, and businesses to help keep everything straight.

We'll be updating this list daily as we receive updates as well.

Read more at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/covid-19-motorcycle-event-and-industry-news

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DENALI Electronics has upped their game by making their popular CANsmart Controller available for late model KTMs.

Click the link for more info: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/denali-expands-cansmart-range-to-ktm

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle Twisted Throttle

New flavors of adventure look to be coming from Honda Motorcycles & ATVs soon with a mid-sized Africa Twin, ADV 150 scooter, and CT125!

Read more at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/three-new-flavors-of-adventure-coming-from-honda

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle #RideRed

Scrambler Ducati sees Desert Sleds take a 1-2 finish in the Inaugural running of the Hooligan Class at the 2020 The Mint 400.

Click the link for more info: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/scrambler-ducati-desert-sled-dominates-mint-400-hooligans

#advmoto #advmotomag #adventuremotorcycle #advrider #advlife #dualsport #motorcycle #ducati #scrambler #mint400

From fire roads to power lines, single-track to lunch at the burger shop; the Falco Motorcycle Boots AVANTOUR 2 provides the protection, performance, and style you need and expect from a classic Italian-made adventure boot.

Read more at: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/falco-boots-announces-new-avantour-2

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Sam will be on US tour again April - June 2020. Check out his latest tour schedule. Stop by and say hello if you're in the area!

Hi All, it’s time to start sharing the locations I’m going to be presenting at in the USA during the last day of April, May and June. It’d be brilliant if you can join us!

I’m going to be talking motorcycle travel – the fun, the mad moments, the dramas (there are quite a few,) the ‘I didn’t know that!’ moments and the sheer joy of being on a motorcycle riding the world. I’ll be weaving in top travel tips, and we are going to end each show with a Q&A session and book signing.

If you are able to join us, could I ask you to message the venues to let them know you are heading in, either by Facebook (You’ll see the presentation up on their Events list) or by email. That allows them to make sure there are enough chairs and there’s enough food! If you don’t get a chance to do that, just rock up.

See you at a show I hope; it’ll be great to link up!

** April 30th Motorcycles of Dulles VA – 6pm for a 6.30 start. In conjunction with ADVMoto Magazine! More on that soon!!!

** May 8th Frontline Eurosports BMW Roanoke VA – 6pm for a 6.15pm start

** May 13th Pandora's European Motorsports Chattanooga TN – 6pm for a 6.30pm start

** May 19th Mosko Moto at the 'Rust is Gold Coffee Shop' Albuquerque NM Everything kicks off at 3.30pm & rolls through until after 8. I’m presenting at 6.45pm

** June 12th Northern Colorado Powersports – Fort Collins CO 6pm for a 6.30pm start

‘Thank you’ to the people I’ve been working with at the different venues. Good fun and on the ball! It’s been a pleasure doing the setting up work with you. Cheers n' see you soon!

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Forcefield Tornado Advance Top and Bottom Base Layers Review

If you ride year-round and want a base layer that keeps the wind out and the heat in, check out Forcefield Body Armour Tornado Advance Top and Bottom Base Layers. Great price for the technology.

Click link below to read the full review:
https://adventuremotorcycle.com/gear/forcefiled-tornado-base-layers-review

Sidi Moto USA | #BaseLayer | #AdventureMotorcycle | #ADVMoto

adventuremotorcycle.com The colder riding months come and go, along with our search to find the perfect kit that will keep a rider warm and toasty during an extended riding season. I have tried many combos over the years and have rarely come up with anything that works...

Find It Now USA, LLC has come on as an official Suffragists Centennial Motorcycle Ride (SCMR2020) sponsor and is sweetening the deal by providing special discounts to SCMR2020 riders.

Click the link for more info: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/news/find-it-now-gps-to-sponsor-scmr2020

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Leatt's GPX 6.5 Carbon helmet brings a lot to the table in a featherweight package.

Check out the full review here: https://adventuremotorcycle.com/gear/leatt-gpx-6-5-carbon-helmet-review

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2020 Triumph Tiger 900 First Ride Review

First Ride: Triumph 2020 Tiger 900 is ALL NEW rather than a rebadged Tiger 800. With a new and unique "T-Plane crank" engine, super-compliant suspension, top notch Shift Assist, the Tiger 900 model is worth putting in the consideration pile if you’re in the market for a new middle weight adventure bike.

ADVMoto was invited to ride with Triumph in beautiful Morocco to try out the new Tiger 900, here is what we found:

https://adventuremotorcycle.com/bikes/2020-triumph-tiger-900-first-ride-review

Triumph Motorcycles | #Tiger900 | #AdventureMotorcycle | #ADVMoto

adventuremotorcycle.com Enter the Year of the Tiger 900! For 2020 Triumph brings a new line-up consisting of the base Tiger 900, GT, GT Pro, Rally and Rally Pro.

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Adventure Motorcycle Magazine (ADVMoto) is the oldest bi-monthly print and online magazine dedicated to international adventure/dual-sport motorcycling -- the people, stories, places, ride reports, reviews, techniques, tips, culture and more!

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