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Backcountry Discovery Routes 2016 Membership Program

Backcountry Discovery Routes 2016

Backcountry Discovery Routes 2016 Membership Program
BDR Membership Program

If you’re serious about adventure riding, you know of the Backcountry Discovery Routes (BDR). The non-profit organization surfaced back in 2010, and has inspired thousands of ADV riders to take to the “backcountry.”

Since 2010, BDR has produced six DVDs exploiting backcountry routes throughout states for dual-sport and adventure touring motorcyclists; all DVDs include maps, free planning resources and GPS tracks.

BDR also offers an annual membership program, and it has just launched its latest program for 2016. The 2016 BDR Membership Program featrues perks and giveaways from over 20 ADV brands, including Touratech, KLIM and SENA.

BDR members choose from three levels of support, each with unique benefits that include up to $500 in products, discounts, and members-only privileges. The BDR Membership Program helps fund the creation of future routes, and gives the community a way to contribute to preserving off-pavement riding opportunities.

“Its exciting to see the growth of the BDR Membership Program over the last year, with more riders joining the program every day, and more companies wanting to participate by providing valuable incentives for the BDR community,” said Inna Thorn, BDR Manager.

“As a result of the Program, BDR is able to continue its mission to create new adventure routes, and support initiatives that promote access to and responsible use of public land.”

People can help to preserve off-pavement adventure riding opportunities by becoming a BDR member today. Visit, email 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, Rever, Trailmaster Adventure Gear, ExOfficio, SENA Technologies, Wolfman Motorcycle Luggage, Nemo Equipment, DoubleTake Mirror, Black Dog Cycle Works, Colorado Motorcycle Adventures, Cyclops Adventure Sports, PSSOR, Rottweiler Performance, ADVMoto Magazine, Moto-Skiveez, Giant Loop, Camel ADV, Dirt Bike Safety Training, RoadRUNNER Magazine, Cycle Wipes, MotoDiscovery, and BMW MOA.

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