Utah Backcountry Discovery Route Gives Detailed Information on Motorcycle Travel to Utah's Wilder Places

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Butler Maps and TouraTech USA have released the second map in the Backcountry Discovery Series. The map, which is intended for adventure motorcyclists and 4x4s, highlights an 871 mile off-road route from Southern Utah to the Utah-Idaho border.

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The intent of this map and the entire BDR project is to provide information to the motorcycle and 4x4 community that makes backcountry travel more accessible."

Butler Motorcycle Maps, creators of motorcycle specific water proof road maps, has released the second map in their series known as the Backcountry Discovery Routes (BDR). The Utah Backcountry Discovery Route (UTBDR) highlights a mostly off-road route that begins in the small town of Mexican Hat, Utah near the Ariznoa border and ends at Utah's northern border with Idaho.

"The intent of this map and the entire BDR project is to provide detailed information to the motorcycle and 4x4 community that makes backcountry travel more accessible. " says Justin Bradshaw of Butler Maps. The UTBDR showcases a single 871 mile trip using as little pavement as possible. The map itself, divides the route into six sections providing detailed information including; elevation profiles, fuel stops, camping locations, and QR codes showing video from each section.

"More and more motorcyclists are ditching the pavement in search of adventure off road, our maps help them feel more comfortable about that transition. We don't want people to just dream about remote roads and desolate landscapes, we want them to experience them first hand," says Bradshaw.

Along with the map which retails for $14.95 and is available online at http://www.butlermaps.com, the Backcountry Discover Routes also have a dedicated website where users can download free GPS tracks, watch video, and connect with other riders and drivers. Riders interested in the project can go to http://www.backcountrydiscoveryroutes. com for more information.

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