CABDR-South Film Premiere - Seattle, WA

Jan 18, 2019 (6:30pm - 9:00pm)


Join us for the annual BDR film event in Seattle!  Meet fellow riders at an inspirational evening of film and adventure, at the screening of the Southern-California BDR expedition documentary film.

We are in the new exciting venue this year!

DATE: Friday, January 18, 2019

TIME: 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

LOCATION: The Shop / Derby Restaurant, 2233 6th Ave South, Seattle, WA 98134  View Map.

TICKETS:  $12 in advance.  PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS HERE.  $15 at the door, and cash is preferred.

6:30 p.m. - Doors Open

Come early and treat yourself to delicious food and drinks at the Derby Restaurant (the righteous Ethan Stowell establishment) inside The Shop. 

Touratech-USA will be onsite selling BDR merchandise, including the new BDR apparel, dvds, and maps.  

7:30 p.m. - Film, followed by Q&A with the BDR team

The shop has a parking lot, and ample street parking is available.

BDR thanks Touratech-USA and The Shop for hosting this event!


About CABDR-South 

The CABDR-South is the ninth route developed by the BDR for dual-sport and adventure motorcycle travel, and the first Wintertime BDR. Free GPS tracks and travel resources on, and a waterproof Butler Motorcycle Map, and feature length expedition documentary film on DVD and video-on-demand will be available to the community on January 1, 2019. 

The film features 4-time Baja 1000 Champion and Dakar Rally Racer Quinn Cody of KTM, taking a first run on the new Southern California route.  The spectacular yet challenging 820-mile ride across the south-eastern region of California, starts in Yuma, AZ, and ends in Benton, CA.  Primarily using rugged two-track and remote dirt roads the route leads riders through majestic canyons, rocky riverbeds, and sandy washes of California’s famous deserts and national preserves. You’ll experience quirky desert enclaves and ghost towns, visit historic mines, see ancient petroglyphs and intaglios, dip in healing mineral hot springs and ride among the unique Joshua trees in the Mojave National preserve.


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