Atlanta Film Premier Tickets Now Available

 

BDR has released the trailer for their upcoming North East Backcountry Discovery Route (NEBDR) documentary film.  The NEBDR is their tenth route for dual-sport and adventure motorcycle travel, and their second BDR on the East Coast.  Free GPS tracks, travel resources, and the waterproof Butler Motorcycle Map are now available on RideBDR.com.

The feature-length, NEBDR expedition documentary film will be shown at motorcycle dealerships and theaters across the country during the NEBDR Film Tour, starting February; and will be available on DVD and video-on-demand on March 15, 2020.  The Atlanta Film Premier is brought to you by the Atlanta ADV Riders Meetup, Brother Moto, and Moto Patagonia.

Ready for another adventure?

I am an adventure motorcycle rider, photographer, outdoorsman and adventure traveler.  When I am not having an adventure, I enjoy sharing my adventures with others.

My next adventure is from Atlanta to Canada riding the Mid Atlantic and North East Backcountry Discovery Routes.

 

Great River Road

Years ago I lived for a summer close to the Mississippi. Riding along the great river is something that I have looked forward to. I spent quite a bit of time touring plantations and seeing other sites. Destrehan Plantation is a good starting point as their tour provided a good historical overview. I toured several other plantations before arriving at the grand Houmas House Plantation and Gardens. Destrehan Plantation Tour The grounds surrounding Destrehan had live oak and resurrection ferns. … Read More

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Route 90 Gulf Coast

Riding for long distances will have good days and challenging days. Last night I had a hard time sleeping. Some campgrounds are designed for RVs and generally should be avoided for motorcycle camping. The bright lights in the campground proximity to two highways, and a splitting headache made for a long night. I initially thought that I was having a dehydration headache, but later found a spider/insect bite that was the primary cause. Stopping by a grocery store for some … Read More

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You meet interesting people

You meet interesting people when camping. It was a rather long and uninteresting drive from Northern Alabama to the gulf. I ended up camping at Meaher State Park. This is not the best place for motorcycle camping as it is primarily an RV park. There are a small number of tent sites. While the sites have a nice view of the gulf, they happen to be quite some distance from the restrooms. The place was infested with ants. One of … Read More

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Cheaha State Park

With my starting odometer at 2,538 miles, I left Atlanta on my first cross country motorcycle adventure. I felt melancholy on departure. Chad is in Zimbabwe and Javier is in Chicago. I dropped off the dogs at Jennifer’s house. Even Jennifer was out of town and I left my babies in the hands of Laquisha. Heading on to the cabin, I was able to say goodbye with some friends. Marvin was in the truck heading our on errands. Bruce was … Read More

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KSU – June 25, 2017

Kickstands up – June 25, 2017. I have been looking forward to this trip for quite some time. The date is getting closer. I am now counting down the weeks (almost days) to starting out on the road. I have taken all the tools out of my tool kit, insuring I have all of the tools I will need for the trip … and removing tools that are not needed for my bike. My bike is scheduled at the dealership … Read More

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Tips for long distance riding

Tomorrow is a longer riding day.  Some advice from others includes: Don’t plan too much as many folks will always have recommendations along the way. They may direct you to areas you haven’t even heard of yet. A heated jacket is good to have for mountain passes.  Nights in the desert can be very cold.

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Planning… But not too much…

There is something about motorcycling that feels like freedom. I won’t be able to predict the weather, the little discoveries along the way, or the mechanical dependability of my gear. So planning feels more like being prepared for options. Living in the world of possibilities… not expectations. Guiding principles: – Keep it simple – Think like a backpacker – Leave contingency for weather, side-trip whims, and mechanical Planning Stats (~7,000 miles): – 7 weeks (including 2 weeks with dad) – … Read More

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It starts with a dream

We dreamed.  One of my childhood dreams was to ride Honda Goldwing 1000’s across the United States.  Now much older and hopefully wiser, I have caught the passion for riding, the good fortune to have a summer without the demands of work, and the desire to spend more time with my dad in Utah.

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