Motorcycle Types Adventure / Dual-Sport Backcountry Discovery Routes Membership Program Announced

Backcountry Discovery Routes Membership Program Announced

Backcountry Discovery Routes Membership ProgramBackcountry Discovery Routes Membership Program

Since 2010, the non-profit organization Backcountry Discovery Routes (BDR) has inspired thousands of adventure motorcyclists to take advantage of the riding opportunities available in the United States.

BDR has produced five backcountry routes for dual-sport and adventure motorcycle travel. These routes include feature-length expedition documentaries, maps, free-planning resources and GPS tracks used by thousands of motorcyclists each year.

Now, Backcountry Discovery Routes is announcing its Membership Program. The goal of the BDR Membership Program is to help fund the creation of future routes and to give the community a way to help preserve off-pavement riding opportunities.

There are three levels of BDR membership and each has unique and exciting benefits that include up to $500 in products, discounts and members-only privileges provided by BDR and its participating sponsors.

“The BDR Membership Program is a unique opportunity for adventure riders and the companies that serve them, to come together and help preserve backcountry riding,” explained Inna Thorn, BDR Manager.

“Everyone wins by joining the program. Members receive products, discounts and benefits from major brands and BDR is able to continue its mission to create new routes for the community.”

Do your part to preserve off-pavement adventure riding opportunities by becoming a BDR member today. Visit www.backcountrydiscoveryroutes.com/BDR-Memberships, email info@backcountrydiscoveryroutes.com or call 206-383-6233.

The BDR Membership program is made possible by the following companies who think you should have more ADV riding opportunities: Touratech-USA, KLIM Technical Riding Gear, Butler Maps, ExOfficio, Wolfman Motorcycle Luggage, Black Dog Cycle Works, SENA Technologies, Colorado Motorcycle Adventures, Cyclops Adventure Sports, Trailmaster Adventure Gear, PSSOR, Rottweiler Performance, Kate’s Real Food, Noren Films, and ADV Moto Magazine.

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