Motorcycle Types Adventure / Dual-Sport Registration is open for 2013 Touratech Rally (Video)

Registration is open for 2013 Touratech Rally (Video)

Registration is open for 2013 Touratech Rally (Video)2013 Touratech Rally with Washington Overland Rally

For adventure motorcyclists who want to explore the inner depths of the Pacific Northwest, and take classes to build riding skill, the Touratech Rally is a must.

This year’s event, which will be held in conjunction with the Washington Overland Rally, will take place in the sleepy town of Plain, Wash, from Thursday, June 27, through Sunday, June 30.

The 2013 Touratech Rally includes camping, instructional classes, GPS tracks, guided rides and entertaining guest speakers, including renowned world traveler and author of University of Gravel Roads, Rene Cormier.

Registration for the 2013 Touratech Rally is just $75 per person and includes camping and classes, as well as access to the Overland Rally.

Iain Glynn (Chief Riding Officer, Touratech-USA) says: “The Touratech Rally is an excellent opportunity for adventure riders and dual-sport enthusiasts of every skill level to ride some of the breathtaking backcountry here in the Pacific Northwest.”

Don’t miss your chance to ride some of the best off-road routes in the Pacific Northwest, as well as attend a handful of free clinics and classes including Motorcycle Camping 101, Adventure Bike Suspension, Ergonomics & Bike Setup and Motorcycle Tire Repair.

Puget Sound Safety will be on-site offering two different off-road skills development training courses for an additional fee. Come join the Touratech crew for a weekend of riding in the mountains and good times around the campfire.

Click HERE to register for the 2013 Touratech Rally (Registration by Expedition Portal).

Training Courses at the Rally by PSSOR

  • Free Clinic: This 1-hour clinic will review the fundamentals of off road riding. This clinic is great for new off-road riders and is open to everyone. (No registration required.)
  • Skills Development Training ($95): This 2.5 hour beginner/intermediate clinic is designed to improve rider confidence and prepare them for terrain they may encounter at the rally. Register for this course at the event or pre-register online:
  • Advanced Training ($200): The advanced training course is designed for the rider who feels they are competent at riding forest roads, two track and some single track but looking to improve skills to tackle more difficult terrain with confidence. Register for this course at the event or pre-register online:

To read a review of the 2012 Touratech Rally, click here. Attached above is a video teaser of the 2013 Touratech Rally.

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