Triumph Motorcycles

Exclusive motorcycle provider to GlobeBusters Expedition & Tour Leaders

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We’ve been working with Triumph since 1 January 2015 and have ridden their adventure bikes from London to Beijing, Alaska to Argentina, Kenya to South Africa and all around Europe too.  For 2016, we have been riding the new Triumph Tiger Explorer XCA and the Triumph Tiger 800 XCA and have renewed our relationship with Triumph for 2017 using the same bikes.  We ride these bikes as standard for the XCA range, but will fit some Triumph crafted extras, such as the folding gear lever, headlight protection.  If your preference is to ride a medium or large adventure bike, these bikes should be top of your list!

Continental Tyres

Exclusive tyre provider for all our adventure bikes

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We’ve been riding Conti’s for many years, with the TKC80 always being our tyre of choice when we know we’ll be riding on dirt roads. Back in 2014, Conti brought out a more dual purpose tyre, the TKC70, which is a great overland tyre choice.  Why?  It has better longevity (we rode the whole of our Delhi to Bangkok Expedition of 7000 miles on one set of TKC 70s, and I reckon there was still another 1,000 to be had), and is designed to cope with the variety of terrain that you get on an extended tour or overland journey, which tends to be more tarmac, with sections of dirt, rather than pure off road.  When we’re in Europe, it’s the ContiTrailAttack 2.

Touratech UK

Kit and accessory providers

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We have teamed up with Touratech UK to use their motorcycle gear and accessories.  We took the Adventuro Mod Helmet out to Thailand in January 2017 – we’re a big fan of flip-front helmets on expeditions. The Aventuro’s flip-front is easy to operate with one hand, using the button on the front. It’s also easy to raise and lower the sun shield on the move, using using left hand.  Touratech have billed the Aventuro Mod as the most versatile touring helmet on the market and it certainly lived up to our expectations.