Motorcycle travel documentaries can encourage you to go on your own adventure and help inspire you. There’s another really good one coming. Sterling Noren of Noren Films managed to capture his 6,000-mile journey over 30 days of riding solo.
The 25-part series was filmed and produced was filmed by the rider and he knows what he’s doing. Noren has been creating motorcycle documentaries since 1998.
Noren has been creating the Backcountry Discovery Routes series of videos for the past 10 years. He’s well known for his work. This year he wasn’t able to do that because of COVID-19, so he took matters into his own hands.
He took his time and made the route up as he went. “I didn’t have an itinerary. There was no schedule. I was free to wake up and ride as far as I wanted, or as little as I wanted every day,” said Sterling.
He wanted to show how easy it is to take a backcountry trip in the USA. He travels through Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico.
The episodes will air September 23, and you can watch it for free on Sterling Noren’s YouTube channel. You can also watch the trailer for the video series below.