You can now download free GPS tracks, and find route travel information, Q&A, photos and listings for lodging and food on the BDR website. A waterproof and tear-resistant map from Butler Motorcycle Maps, and expedition documentary DVD produced by ColorBlind, and BDR Documentary Films, will be available for sale through Touratech-USA and Butler Motorcycle Maps beginning March 1, 2017.
The NVBDR is a 900-mile route that starts in Oatman, AZ, and ends in Jarbidge, NV. The documentary captures the raw experience of the group of riders as they make the first expedition of this remote and rugged route. Viewers will get a glimpse of the history and wildlands that are just beyond the Vegas Strip.
High-definition aerial footage will captivate the audience as they get a birds eye view of wildlands and majestic places most people never see. The team travels through Nevada’s remote desert landscapes, alpine vistas, and open sagebrush valleys, encountering ghost towns, historic wild-west saloons, and relics from Nevada's rich mining history. Along the way, they discover the state’s maverick spirit, see desert sculptures, murals, and the world’s largest car forest. Most importantly, the film reveals miles of meandering two-track roads that are just perfect for spending time on an adventure motorcycle.
The waterproof and tear-resistant map from Butler Motorcycle Maps contains the main route, detailed sections on the back, information on points of interest, gas stops, camping, elevation profiles, climate guide, and much more.
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