Idaho Backcountry Discovery Route (IDBDR) Movie Featured at 2015 Sun Valley Film Festival - March 5, 2015
Seattle, WA - (February 25, 2015) - Sun Valley Film Festival selects Noren Film’s latest documentary on the Idaho BDR for 2015 lineup. The screening will take place on March 5th at 1:30 pm, and is a part of the Festival’s special selection of 10 films shot in Idaho.
“Festival goers will take an adventurous dual-sport journey and experience the remoteness and beauty of the state of Idaho that can only be discovered on the Idaho Backcountry Discovery Route.” -Diane Norton, Idaho Tourism Manager
The IDBDR documentary provides an in-depth look into the creation and first expedition of the IDBDR, a scenic ride across the state of Idaho, beginning in Jarbidge, NV and finishing at the Canadian border. The route has been created by the Backcountry Discovery Routes non-profit organization specifically for dual-sport and adventure motorcyclists who are interested in exploring Idaho’s remote backcountry. This 1,300-mile south-to-north route utilizes mainly dirt roads and leads riders across mountain ranges to isolated lookout towers, natural hot springs, old west mining towns, historic cemeteries, and the infamous Magruder Corridor and Lolo Motoway.
Visit the IDBDR Film Page on the Festival’s website for more information.
The IDBDR project is presented by the Idaho Department of Commerce – Tourism Development, and Big Twin Motorcycles.
Backcountry Discovery Routes is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization whose mission is to establish and preserve off-highway routes for dual-sport and adventure motorcycle travel. Through education, advocacy, and promotion of responsible motorcycle travel, BDR seeks to preserve backcountry motorcycling opportunities for generations to come.
BDR’s current projects include Washington Backcountry Discovery Route, Utah Backcountry Discovery Route, Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route, Arizona Backcountry Discovery Route and Idaho Backcountry Discovery Route.