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Touratech: Free Adventure Motorcycle Catalog

Free Touratech Catalog

Best known for its wide-ranging catalog of adventure riding accessories, Touratech has just released its most voluminous catalog to date.

What started as a 16-page product brochure in the mid-1990s now boasts a staggering 1,668 pages for the year 2012, by far the largest motorcycle accessory catalog in the world.

The Adventure Motorcycle market is expected to remain at the forefront of the industry throughout 2012. The momentum of this popular category is underscored by the recent introduction of adventure touring models by Triumph, Ducati and Yamaha. A measure of how far the ADV segment has come is the annual release of the Touratech catalog each Spring.

Paul Guillien
(General Manager, Touratech USA) says: "In the last decade we’ve seen the page count of our catalog grow by 500 percent. The growth has been driven by our mission to provide the largest selection of products for adventure motorcycle travel, and to do so in a way that inspires people to get out and explore the world."

The Touratech catalog is well known to motorcycle adventurers for its mix of photo essays and inspirational stories from travelers around the world, as well as showcasing thousands of products for motorcycle touring, camping and adventure.

Highlights include a full line of accessories such as guards, luggage, ergonomics and travel gear for all of the most popular adventure touring and dual-sport motorcycles. Some of the new models featured in the 2012 catalog are the Triumph Tiger 800, Husqvarna TE 449, Yamaha XT1200Z Super Ténéré, Ducati Multistrada 1200, Kawasaki KLR 650 and the BMW G650GS Sertao.

Find inspiration with photo travelogues of motorcycle adventures in Ethiopia, the "Road of Bones" in Siberia and the Utah Backcountry Discovery Route (UTBDR). The 1,668 page Touratech catalog can be ordered free of charge online at or by calling toll free (800) 491-2926.

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