This documentary was followed in 2012 by the Utah BDR. And now, the folks at Touratech-USA are finishing up their third documentary, the Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route, which is expected to be released in 2013.The DVD follows Tom Myers and Paul Guillien of Touratech-USA, along with filmmaker Sterling Noren of Noren Films, which produces the BDR documentaries, 700+ miles across the entire state of Colorado on dirt roads. Also joining the team in Colorado were Rob Watt, Bryce Stevens and Justin Bradshaw.Norlen Sterling (Producer, Noren Films) says: “I’m really excited
to release the latest installment in the Backcountry Discovery Route
series, the COBDR. It was a wonderful motorcycle expedition and I think
we’ve created a classic adventure ride. Viewers of the film will get a
taste of what awaits them in Colorado – spectacular scenery, historic
mining towns and exhilarating adventure riding on what is arguably one
of the best rides in the country.”Speaking of the Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route, Touratech-USA says: “In the last few years, the team has created both the Washington and Utah Backcountry Discovery Routes, and has just completed a route for the state of Colorado, which will be released to the public with free GPS tracks in early 2013“The team filmed the first expedition of the Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route (COBDR) in August of this year and has since released this trailer for a forthcoming film, produced by Sterling Noren, which will highlight their 700+ mile off-road expedition across the state of Colorado.”Attached above is a trailer for the Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route. To learn more about BDR, visit backcountrydiscoveryroutes.com. The team also has a BDR Facebook page, which gives updates on the current conditions of routes, and Facebook fans who are following them.