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7/15/2012
RoadRUNNER reviews our Intro-to-Adventure tour


It has been said that the best destinations can often be found down a dirt road. Unfortunately, most street riders stop when the smooth pavement ends. The popularity of dual-sport and "adventure" bikes such as the BMW GS series, new "all-surface" offerings from Yamaha and Triumph and even the more street-oriented adventure bikes such as the popular Suzuki V-Strom has led Stayin' Safe to develop a training tour that helps owners of these bikes enjoy more of what they were designed for. We think we're on to something here. But you don't have take our word for it. You can read more about it in one of motorcycling's favorite touring publications.

In 2011, we were fortunate enough to have RoadRUNNER Touring & Travel magazine's Florian Neuhauser join us for our inaugural Intro-to-Adventure training tour in the Smokies. This two-day event is not designed to be a hard-core dirt riding program. Instead, it coaches riders on a mix of roads that include spectacular paved mountain twisties along with sections of terrific and superbly scenic unpaved forest roads. The mix is approximately 80% paved and 20% unpaved roads. Florian, on a street-oriented Triumph Tiger with saddlebags, was perfectly suited for the Intro-to-Adventure tour. You'll find the complete story by clicking here.

For more information about the tour, click for the Stayin' Safe Intro-to-Adventure training tour description here on the website. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.
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