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Touratech Adventure Challenge is a ‘must-do’

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The Alpine township of Bright in northeast Victoria will be the destination of choice for adventure riders on April 1 and 2 next year for the staging of the annual Touratech Travel Event, Expo and Adventure Challenge.

Adventure riders will flock to Bright for the chance to test ride motorcycles from all the major manufacturers, something that, until now, has been unprecedented outside the major capital cities.

Held for the first time in 2016, the Expo featured displays from the industry’s leading brands – Aprilia, BMW, Honda, KTM, Suzuki, Triumph and Yamaha – who will all be back again in 2017.

The event offers participants spectacular scenery, great accommodation options and, most importantly, some of the best adventure-riding roads Australia has to offer.

The Touratech Travel Event, Expo and Adventure Challenge has quickly built itself a reputation within the adventure motorcycle industry as a ‘must-do’ event, as it combines a wide range of presentations, displays, rider training and competition that provides something for everyone, and for all levels of rider.

Touratech Australia already has plans to further grow the Travel Event, Expo and Adventure Challenge in 2017, making it an event not to be missed.

Set the weekend aside now, write April 1 and 2 in your diary, and head for beautiful Bright.

For further information on next year’s event, contact the Touratech Australia office on (03) 5729 5529.

 

Touratech: Made for Adventure

Touratech products are built by the world’s premier aftermarket parts manufacturer solely dedicated to high-quality products for adventure-touring bikes and dual-sport motorcycles.

Designed in Germany’s Black Forest region, Touratech’s 4000 adventure-touring accessories are manufactured by a team of 300 people dedicated to making the best products for exploring the world by motorcycle. Each part is showcased in the company’s 1860-page catalogue.

Touratech’s product range includes GPS navigation, luggage solutions, skid plates, crash bars, suspension, seats, comfort items, camping gear and other adventure-touring accessories.

Having racked up more than a million kilometres testing its motorcycle accessories, no other company is as devoted to the ADV market. Touratech sponsors hundreds of events around the world. Its products are seen everywhere from BMW and KTM catalogues, to each motorcycle that competes in the Dakar Rally.

For more information on Touratech products, visit touratech.com.au, call (03) 5929 5529, or follow the company on Facebook and Instagram.

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