BDR Ambassadors are dedicated volunteers that donate their time, energy and expertise to the organization. They help scout new routes, maintain existing routes and aid when re-routes are required. Ambassadors are the “face” of BDR offering guidance to riders whether out on the route or in the community. They assist with fundraising efforts, manage film screenings and rise to the challenge when special projects are requested.
As a 501c(3) non-profit organization, BDR relies heavily on the generosity of our volunteers to help deliver on our mission of developing and preserving off-highway riding opportunities for adventure and dual-sport motorcycle travel.
Volunteer Opportunities for BDR Ambassadors
1. Local Route Representatives
- Become a specialist in at least one BDR route.
- Help with route scouting and reroutes.
- Answer route questions.
- Help create and curate a list of route lodging and food options.
- Work with local businesses to promote BDR and award the “BDR Business Supporter” sticker to businesses that serve BDR riders.
- Recommend local businesses for Resources Listings (training, touring, rental companies, dealers, etc).
2. Movie Premieres & Dealer Relations
- Help organize movie premieres.
- Talk to at least 3 local dealers about movie events.
- Organize at least 1 movie theatre event.
- Recruit volunteers to help staff the event.
- Work with local dealers and encourage them to stock BDR merchandise (dvds, maps, stickers, etc).
3. Community Outreach & Education
- Organize or attend at least 2 events a year (trade shows, classes, presentations, etc).
- Volunteer at BDR events.
- Teach BDR classes and clinics.
- Organize and lead BDR presentations.
- Lead Women’s specific outreach.
4. Administrative/Office/Marketing Support
- Help with Supporter fulfillment.
- Assist with contact management.
- Contribute content for web, newsletter, social media.
- Contribute design services.
Benefits to Ambassadors
- Have the satisfaction of being a part of the BDR organization and participating in planning its future.
- Receive a special Ambassador t-shirt, sticker, patch.
- Ambassador’s Name/Headshot /Bio listed on the the website.
- Networking – gain new friends and contacts in the industry, and share your passion for BDR and the adv lifestyle.
Who Can Become an Ambassador
Individuals shall meet the following criteria to be considered for the BDR Ambassadorship:
- Be a Seasoned ADV’er.
- Be a current BDR Supporter (at any level).
- Have ridden at least one of the BDRs.
- Have passion for the BDR mission.
- Can commit to at least 20 hours a year as a volunteer for BDR.
- Be a Team Player and Collaborative Spirit.
- Bring about diversity to the Ambassadors group.
How to Become an Ambassador
- Interested individuals can join the BDR Ambassadors Program throughout the year by filling out the Ambassador Application Form.
- Individuals will be notified of their inclusion in the Program within 2 weeks of submitting the application.
- Ambassadors can opt in/out of the Program on an annual basis.
Location: Gresham, OR
BDRs Completed: WABDR, CABDR, UTBDR, ORBDR
Bikes:KTM 500 EXC & KTM 790 Adventure R
About: Nathan is one of the longest standing and beloved BDR Ambassadors. In the past, he helped out as BDR’s Routes Manager, and is currently serving on the BDR Routes Development Committee. Nathan is the co-architect of the ORBDR, is contributing to the development of the CABDR-North, and occasionally lends his talent as videographer and photographer for BDR projects.
In 2014, Nathan and his partner completed a 4,000 mile honeymoon motorcycle trip through Oregon, California, and Nevada. He and his wife almost always ride together – either on the road, trail, or on BDRs. Nathan believes that the best adventures emphasize friendship and camaraderie.
Location: Kirkland, WA
BDRs Completed: WABDR, NVBDR, IDBDR
Bikes: BMW 1200 GS Rallyee, BMW G650 XChallenge and KTM 350
About: Tracy is the true champion of the local ADV scene. Tracy has volunteered for BDR since the founding of the organization in 2010. An ADV instructor and an industry insider, Tracy has inspired men and women to be better dirt riders, and has helped foster many relationships in the local ADV community. Tracy is an advocate for women joining the ADV community.
Location: Carlsbad, CA
BDRs Completed: UTBDR, Parts of COBDR and AZBDR
Bikes: DR650, CSC Zongshen Rx3, Triumph Scrambler, Yamaha YZ250F, 2 Yamaha R1s, Harley Davidson Nightster, 1977 Yamaha XT500, ’82 Suzuki GS1100E, ’75 Honda CB400
About: Juddy started riding at the age of four, dreaming of grand adventures in the woods and mountains behind his home.
Kane D. Wagner
Location: Youngstown, OH
BDRs Completed: MABDR; sections of AZBDR, UTBDR, & COBDR
Bikes: 2021 Yamaha Tenere 700, 2012 Husqvarna TE310, 1974 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead
About: Kane has always had a passion for adventure and the outdoors and when he purchased his first motorbike in 2012, he was hooked.
Two wheels and a motor are his adrenaline junkie delivery system of choice, providing natural highs delivered through dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphins that act as the catalysts for his Adventure Motorbiking experience. His goal is to bring people of diverse backgrounds together to create common bonds through the shared adversity of ADV and Dual Sport riding as well as building confidence by overcoming those joyous hardships through his company Appalachian ADV. His aim is to use motorbikes, the beauty and challenges of nature, and a healthy dose of those happy hormones to give people opportunities to enjoy life, unplug, find much needed commonality, and to Have Fun, Take Chances. Kane would like to take his life experiences and leadership skills from the military, as a coach, as a manager, and as an adventurer and use them to spread the joys of ADV and Dual Sport riding and the mission of the BDR.
Location: Sandy, UT
BDRs Completed: Parts of IDBDR, UTBDR and AZBDR
Bikes: 2018 Husqvarna 701 enduro, 2018 KTM 300 xcw
About: Cody started riding dirt bikes at age 42 and soon found himself entering in desert and enduro races as well as following friends in some “hard enduro” trail riding.
Location: Leavenworth, WA
BDRs Completed: WABDR, IDBDR, AZBDR, UTBDR, COBDR, parts of CABDR
Bikes: BMW 1200 GSA w/Sidecar, BMW R1200 Urban GS, Yamaha T700, BMW G310GS
About: Wiel got hooked on riding at age 4 doing laps on a little 2-stroke in Spa, Belgium.
Location: Harrison, ME
BDRs Completed:COBDR, UTBDR, AZBDR, NMBDR, MABDR, NVBDR, WYBDR, IDBDR, NEBDR (development team member)
Bikes: KTM 350 XC-F, KTM 950 SE, KTM 950 SM, KTM 1290R, BMW R1200GS, Aprilia RSV4 1100
About: Bryan has 57 years experience riding motorcycles, progressing from motocross racing as a teenager, through sport bikes to the adventure bikes he now rides.
Motorcycles are the only thing that comes close to his adventures in a F15 Eagle, flying air defense for the National Guard in addition to 35 years as a commercial pilot. The BDR’s mission, the advent of GPS and the planned routes they provide have completely transformed the sport. So inspired by the experience, he has attended almost all of the fundraisers and hopes he can encourage others to enjoy the backcountry.
Location: Longmont, CO
BDRs Completed: COBDR, NVBDR (film expedition member), UTBDR
Bikes: WR250R, KTM350EXC, DRZ400S, Honda 250Rally
About: Eric is an avid ADV small bike rider and an ultralite packer.
Location: Sacramento, CA
BDRs Completed: UTBDR, COBDR
Bikes: KTM 1190 ADV R
About: Trevor is a prolific traveler, amateur photographer and passionate adventurer.
As a registered nurse, Trevor balances his work-life in the emergency room with the serenity of”helmet time” on the trail. As a BDR Ambassador, he hopes to reach out to new riders, grow the community and preserve the trails for generations of use.
Location: Durango, CO
BDRs Completed: All
Bikes: BMW R1250GS HP, BMW R1200GS Rallye, KTM 450 EXC
About: Neil is the CEO & Founder of Backcountry Expeditions, one of BDRs Preferred Tour Partners & Sponsors. He is a retired British Special Forces Veteran with over 23 year’s experience in expeditionary planning and ADV motorcycle instruction.
Location: Sedona, AZ
BDRs Completed: AZBDR, IDBDR, NMBDR & COBDR
Bikes: BMW 1200GSA, R NineT Scrambler
About: Douglas grew up racing motorcycles.
He often takes his family to Colorado to ride dirt bikes and fuels his passion for off-road motorcycle travel. He loves to explore new places and packing everything he needs to live off his bike for extended adventures. Douglas is an entrepreneur and that gives him the ability to go on trips with his bike more often. He raced motocross and downhill mountain biking into the pro ranks but his greatest memories were made experiencing the outdoors.
Location: Gresham, OR
BDRs Completed: CABDR, WABDR, and parts of UTBDR
Bikes: KTM 690, Beta trainer
About: Kris Fant enjoys all things motorcycling and volunteering. An opportunity to do both at the same time for the BDR organization is a dream come true!
When she is not working her day job as
a mental health counselor, you can find her adventure riding, dirt biking, attending ADV Rally’s, spending time with her grown daughters, or writing for Women ADV Riders with one of her two cheweenies on her lap. She is on the REV’IT! Women’s Team, and enjoys when people have questions about gear, training, rallies, and bikes. She especially loves sharing her motorcycle adventures with her husband, Nathan.
Location: Nottingham, NH
BDRs Completed:MABDR, NEBDR, and COBDR
Bikes: BMW R1200GSA, BMW F650GS Dakar
About: Andrew Phillips has been riding motorcycles for more than 35 years—including nimble dirt bikes on wooded paths, vintage racing, hill climbs, and long excursions on GSAs.
He has also owned one poorly thought-out Ducati (for three days). He enjoys travel and riding and combines the two whenever he can, including recent motorcycle trips in Costa Rica and Ecuador.
Born in England, he will regale you with tales of King Arthur (a close personal friend), speaks highly of a proper banger, and will insist you spell “plough” thusly. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife Jen (baker of cookies) and Coco, a rescue dog of indeterminate parentage.
Location: Burlington, VT
BDRs Completed: AZBDR, NMBDR, UTBDR
Bikes: Beta 500, Honda XR400, BMW GS
About: Born in NYC, Eric now resides in Burlington, VT and is the owner of MotoVermont.
Eric helped designate the Vermont portion of the NEBDR, and he splits his free time between his treasured family and a misfit cast of riding buddies.
Location: Bridgewater, CT
BDRs Completed: MABDR, Scout on NEBDR
Bikes: Yamaha XT250, BMW F650gs
About: Victoria has been riding off-road since age 10 with an undying passion for the road less traveled.
Dual-sport and Adventure riding has been a natural progression of the off-road experiences she enjoyed in her youth. Victoria is the founder/organizer of Northeast Dualsport Riders (2013-present) planning 20+ events each year for NDR’s ~200 members. She also actively volunteers as a guide for several Northeast based ADV and D/S events and is an advocate for the preservation/expansion of legal OHV riding areas within her home state of Connecticut.
Location: Neversink, NY
BDRs Completed: MABDR, UTBDR, parts of WABDR, COBDR, NMBDR
Bikes: BMW 1200 GSA, KTM 690
About: Todd started riding dirt bikes at the age of 8. He is a lifetime member of the AMA and has ridden Enduros on a competitive level.
Location: Snohomish, WA
BDRs Completed: WABDR, IDBDR, UTBDR, NMBDR
Bikes: KTM 1190, KTM 350 EXC
About: Jill loves the spirit of the BDR organization, and credits it with giving her the tools and network to make adventure motorcycling a reality.
In her role as the BDR Ambassador, Jill wants to share her experiences and encourage others, especially women and new riders, to ride the BDRs and join this amazing community of adventurers. A GIS Analyst and an Environmental Scientist by trade, Jill is developing a web application that presents real-time travel and planning data, and road and weather conditions on the BDR’s. We hope to soon launch this application on the BDR website.
Location: Wirtz, VA
About: Tim was first introduced to Dual sport / Single track travel in 2008.
He is an avid mountain biker, proprietor of a small construction company in Virginia, and member of the Twin Valley Riders, that puts the annual Twin Valley Rally. Tim has completed the COBDR solo in 2016. He loves the concept of the BDR – being able to get away from the commercialized areas of a state to see what the backcountry of each state has to offer. He wants to share with others who may be timid about embarking on an long distance off-road trip that they can do it, and that its not only something to dream about, but something that can be done with the correct preparation.
Location: Boulder, CO
BDRs Completed: COBDR, UTBDR, NVBDR, IDBDR, AZBDR
Bikes: Yamaha WR25OR, Yamaha Tenere 700, Yamaha WR450F
About: Roger strongly believes in the BDR organization and its mission.
He has a long history working with nonprofits in marketing and fundraising. He hopes to use his experience to help drive membership and fundraising activities to grow the BDR.
Location: Pt. Pleasant, NJ
BDRs Completed: COBDR
Bikes: Husky TR 650
About: Jack runs the Pine Barrens Adventure Camp Riding School, an adventure motorcycle touring and training company on the east coast.
He is the preferred supplier of adventure routes and training classes for the Touratech Rally East. Jack also plays an important part in planning the East Coast BDR’s.
BDRs Completed: AZBDR, COBDR, WABDR, IDBDR, NMBDR
Bikes: BMW F650 GS, Honda 250X
About: Shalmarie holds the record for most BDR’s ridden in a single year.
She was a member of the NMBDR expedition team and has volunteered at numerous BDR events and functions. Her passion for adventure riding and helping other women get involved in the sport has lead her to start the SheADV organization, a resource that promotes and supports women.
Location: Taos Ski Valley, NM
BDRs Completed: NMBDR
Bikes: BMW R1200GSA, KTM 500EXC, Bultaco Sherpa-T, Honda CT110, Mecatechno Electric
About: Roger is an avid ADV rider and has an enormous passion for his state of New Mexico.
He has been instrumental in the creation of the NMBDR, from scouting to securing support from local businesses along the route. He was a member of the NMBDR expedition team, and continues to promote BDR and its mission and works with volunteers to ensure the route remains viable.
Location: Temple, TX
BDRs Completed: IDBDR
Bikes: Suzuki DR 650SE, Kawasaki KLX250, KTM 300 XCW
About: Mark is retired military and has a background in law enforcement.
He says he prefers the lighter and more nimble adventure bikes these days. He is a conservationist, which includes at least to him, the rational use and enjoyment of motor sports in the backcountry. He is passionate about promoting backcountry use and feels that the BDR organization portrays thoughtful, respectful and more contemplative and introspective into the off road riding community.
Location: Morrison, CO
BDRs Completed: COBDR, UTBDR, IDBDR
Bikes: Triumph 800XC, KTM 350 EXC, Polaris RZR 1000
About: Clark started riding when he was 9 and jumped into motocross racing in his teens.
He has owned countless street, dirt, and ADV bikes. He and his wife recently retired from the IT industry where they owned and ran multiple businesses. Now, they have some time to play. Clark’s “go-to” bike is the Triumph Tiger 800XC, and he’s organized camping and riding trips in Moab, Utah for the last 20 years. He and his wife enjoy their well-used 37-foot Toy Hauler and love the adventures!
Location: Carol Stream, IL
BDRs Completed: MABDR, COBDR, AZBDR, NEBDR, CABDR
Bikes: KTM EXC350F, KTM 1090 Adventure R
John is the owner of Motoride Tours
About: John has been riding since he was in grade school, riding mostly motocross (Yamaha YZ 125 and CZ 250).
He returned to riding after veterinary school when he purchased a used Honda CR250. He discovered woods riding in 2012 when Jack O’Connor invited him to ride the New Jersey Pine Barrens and he never looked back. John traded in his motocross bike for a DRZ 400, and then a KTM 350. The ADV bug bit in 2014 when he bought a BMW F800GS and he now rides a KTM 1090 Adventure. He is married to Elise who gives him enough freedom to explore his motorcycle passion and has two daughters. He is looking forward to helping to advance the cause of the BDR community.
Location: Washington, DC 20003
BDRs Completed: MABDR, NEBDR
Bikes: KTM 790 Adventure
About: After an ill-fated first ride at nine years old, Odessa put riding on pause until the ripe old age of 29.
Location: Orangevale, CA
BDRs Completed: Looking forward to scouting a future Northern California route.
Bikes: 2017 Africa Twin, 2016 CRF250L, 2005 KTM 525 EXC, 2004 Honda ST1300
About: Tim is an avid ADV rider from Northern California who’s had a long career in manufacturing as a Machinist, Fabricator, CAD/CAM Application Engineer and Product Designer in the motorsports, aerospace, and other high-tech industries.
His passion for anything on two wheels started from atop his dad’s gas tank as his father wheelied his 1978 Husky 390 around the neighborhood. Tim’s Dad gave him the gift of an adventurous spirit. He bungee-corded Tim to his 1983 Honda Sabre at the ripe old age of 5 as they set off to explore the West from Mexico to Canada. By the time Tim was 8 he had logged well over 100k miles on the back of that Sabre, and countless miles in the dirt on his own. He spent his young adult life racing downhill mountain bikes around the country and traveling the world as a World Cup Mountain Bike Mechanic. After mountain bike racing Tim spent many years racing on two and four wheels from dirt to tarmac. As his sense of self-preservation increased with his age, Tim transitioned from racing to adventures and spends much of his time exploring the beautiful country that the west has to offer.
Location: Sturgeon County, Alberta, Canada
BDRs Completed: IDBDR
Bikes: KTM 1190 Aventure
About: Jason works for a North American valve manufacturer and has ridden motorcycles for the last 18 years.
He started riding adventure motorcycles in the last few years, and he loves taking his KTM 1190 motorcycle camping, riding country roads, and riding fire roads in the mountains. He enjoys meeting others who ride these roads and hearing their stories. His future goals include riding the Washington and Colorado BDRs.
Location: Buford, GA
BDRs Completed: Parts of CABDR and COBDR
About: Scott started riding on his grandparent’s property on a TK70, and then progressed to a 250 and rode as much as he could.
Scott has a long history working with nonprofits and occupying board positions for BSA and local community programs. He currently serves as the MOA Ride Captain for Georgia and enjoys planning and leading riders on roads they have never been. He loves to encourage riders to expand their horizons and try something new.
Location: Meridian, ID
BDRs Completed:Idaho x 2
Bikes:2015 KTM 1190 ADV R, 2019 KTM 300 XC-W TPI Six Days
About: Jeff is a 20 year military veteran on the cusp of retirement. With over a decade of ADV and Enduro experience in the Idaho back country, Jeff wanted to
Location: Branford, CT
BDRs Completed: MABDR, Lots of WABDR and waiting for NEBDR
Bikes: Triumph Tiger 800, BMW R1200GS
About: John DeCarlo spent 35 years as a police officer. In 2010, he retired as a chief of police in Connecticut. Since then he has been researching, writing about and teaching criminology, criminal justice and police management,
He started riding a Suzuki X6 Hustler in 1966. In addition to motorcycling, John’s other passion is aviation. He is a certificated flight instructor and commercial pilot. John currently serves as chair of the criminal justice department at his university. He lives with his wife Catherine in Connecticut. They have one grown child, Evan,who is studying at the Ohio State University to be a college professor.
Location: Middletown, MD
BDRs Completed: MABDR
Bikes: 2014 Suzuki Vstrom 1000, 2009 Kawasaki Ninja 500
About: Craig has been riding off/on road and racing for the past 50+ years. First in the very rural area of the southern tip of Michigan
Location: Chattanooga, TN
BDRs Completed: MABDR
Bikes: BMW F800GS, Honda CRF250L
About: Erica firmly believes in the BDR’s mission and is excited to be a part of the team! She is eager to help and encourage all riders, especially women who may initially be intimidated by the sport.
This bike has taught Erica what “wind therapy” is, on and off road.
Location: Surrey, BC
BDRs Completed: Oregon
Bikes:2018 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
About: Matt has been riding adventure bikes for the past 20 years and loves exploring anywhere with anyone. An advocate of riding in general, and especially adventure riding, he helps organize local rides for all skill levels and
Location: Berkeley Springs, WV
BDRs Completed: West Virginia
Bikes:2013 KTM 690 Rally Raid ADV Bike, 2013 KTM 500 XC-W Dual-Sport
About: Jeff is a Lifetime Member of the AMA.
He’s been riding and competing on motorcycles for 50+years.
Eats, Sleeps, Dreams, Lives & Loves Motorcycles!
40+ year MC Industry Veteran and a has had
He’s ridden or raced in just about every state in these United States and loves to discover new rides, meet new people and always looking for that next adventure around the corner. If you are riding the MABDR anytime soon just give him a shout and Let’s Ride!
Location: Bellingham, WA
BDRs Completed: WABDR x3, IDBDR x 2, MABDR, AZBDR, NMBDR, UTBDR
Bikes: KTM 790 ADV-R, Husky 701 LR, Husky FE350
About: Devon began motorcycling 13 yrs ago, multiple trips thru PNW, BC, Vancouver Island. Last years retirement trip took him to Newfoundland, enjoying MABDR along the way.
Operator of thetooltube.com since 2009, offering adv moto accessories worldwide to like minded travelers.
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
BDRs Completed: UTBDR, IDBDR, NVBDR
Bikes: Ducati Multistrada, KLR 650
About: Cameron started riding at the age of 12 and has been hooked ever since. Coming from a family of desert racers in Southern California, off pavement riding is
As BDR’s ambassador in Europe, he helps with outreach to spread the word about the adventures and possibilities available to European riders.
Location: Escondido, CA
BDRs Completed:CABDR-South, IDBDR, AZBDR, UTBDR, COBDR
Bikes:KTM 1090R / 500 EXC
About: Jeff’s first motorcycle was a secondhand Honda SL 70 that he rode growing up in Idaho. An
Location: Dawsonville, GA
BDRs Completed: MABDR, NEBDR, WYBDR, COBDR, and sections of other routes
Bikes:KTM 790R, KTM 350 XCF, KTM Freeride E-XC
About: In over 40 years of riding (trail riding, racing off-road, adventure bike riding) I have gained considerable off-road and
Location: Moscow, TN
BDRs Completed: UT, CO, ID
Bikes: 2016 BMW R1200 GS, 2020 KTM Six Days EXC500, 2008 KLR 650
About: Chris recently retired after 35 years at FedEx. He held various positions in management and project management. A lifelong
Location: Johnson City, TN
BDRs Completed: MABDR and NEBDR; just finished riding the MABDR + NEBDR back to back July 11-24 2020; previously rode the MABDR in 2018.
Bikes: KTM 790 R & Husqvarna 701 enduro
About: Rob Pack rides ADV bikes as often as possible, preferring long, multi-day adventure routes with good friends and challenging terrain.
Location: Tonasket, Washington
BDRs Completed: WABDR
Bikes: Honda Shadow Aero 750, Yamaha TW-200
About: I have relocated to Tonasket, WA, perfectly in line with the beginning/end of the WABDR. Tonasket is also
Location: Gilbert, AZ
BDRs Completed: NMBDR, AZBDR, IDBDR, WABDR, COBDR, CABDR, NVBDR
Bikes: BMW GS1200 Rallye, KTM790 Adventure R, Husqvarna TE300, KTM 500 EXC, KTM 1190 Adventure R
About: I’m a lifelong lover of motorcycles and traveling. After spending 25 years in the powersports industry, I’m now splitting my time between the Canadian Rockies and the Sonoran Desert, riding everywhere and everything in-between.
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
BDRs Completed:NEBDR, Many sections of COBDR & UTBDR
Bikes: KTM 1090R, KTM 500EXC, KTM 450 EX-F, Kawasaki KLR650, BMW K1200RS, Triumph Trophy Sport
About: For Tom, motorcycles have absolutely been positively life changing with 33+ years of touring, guiding, off-road racing, and training.
Location: Carlisle, PA
BDRs Completed: MABDR
Bikes: 2020 Africa Twin Adventure Sports
About: Marc has been riding since a young person- with breaks for life events that we all experience.
Location: Greer, SC
BDRs Completed: WYBDR
Bikes: 21 BMW R1250GS 06 KTM 200xc, 75 Honda CB200
About:WendyInMotion (aka Wendy Naessens) is a professional rider and a BMW U.S. Riders Academy instructor in training, passionate about continuing education on a motorcycle.
Location: Worley, ID
BDRs Completed: WABDR, IDBDR, CABDR, UTBDR, AZBDR, NVBDR
Bikes: Honda Africa Twin, CRF 450X, TW200
About: Kyle got into ADV riding after returning from a deployment and moving to Oregon back in 2006.
Location: Redmond, OR
BDRs Completed:CABDR, WABDR and IDBDR
Bikes: KTM 690 Enduro and Tenere 700
About: Greg has been an avid motorcyde rider since the age of 16 when he picked up his first motorcycle, a Honda CB750.
Location: Corbett, OR
BDRs Completed: WABDR, COBDR and IDBDR
Bikes: KTM 690r, KTM 350EXC-f, Husqvarna 300TE, Beta 200 Trials bike
About: Kyrie dabbled in riding dirt bikes in the desert of Arizona with her Dad and brother as a young girl.
Location: Fort Meade, MD
BDRs Completed: NEBDR, MABDR, WYBDR, & COBDR
Bikes: DCT Africa Twin, Tiger 800 XCA
About: Jose began riding in the Mojave Trail in California before joining the Army.