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ADV NewsYamaha Tenere 700 ‘Special BDR Edition’ Up For Grabs!

Yamaha Tenere 700 ‘Special BDR Edition’ Up For Grabs!

BDR wants you to take home one of the most sought-after ADV bikes on the market.

Published on 08.05.2021
BDR Yamaha Tenere 700 Sweepstakes

Adventure motorcycling non profit, Backcountry Discovery Routes (BDR) is bringing back its annual Motorcycle Sweepstakes Fundraiser. This is a unique opportunity to take home one of the most sought-after and scarcely available adventure bikes on the market today. With its smooth yet powerful 689cc parallel-twin engine, compact rally-bred chassis and agile handling, the Tenere 700 has proven to be one of the most versatile motorcycles in the class.

Now, the RideBDR team have taken this great machine and made it even better with $10,000 worth of upgrades. This 2021 Yamaha Tenere 700 features a full Touratech Suspension upgrade, Special BDR Edition graphics, an Akrapovic Slip-On Exhaust from Revzilla, Garmin Zumo XT with locking mount, Scotts steering stabilizer with TripleClamp Moto mount kit, LED lights by Cyclops, and much more. The prize package also includes a complete set of 10 BDR Butler Motorcycle Maps.

BDR Yamaha Tenere 700 Sweepstakes

2021 Tenere 700 ‘Special BDR Edition’ Upgrades

  • Custom Special BDR Edition Graphics
  • Touratech Suspension Extreme Rear Shock and Fork Cartridge Conversion
  • Touratech Zega Evo X Pannier System
  • Touratech Upper and Lower Crash Bars
  • Touratech Defensa Handguards and Spoilers
  • Touratech Quick Release Headlight Guard
  • Touratech 31-Liter Dry Bag
  • Touratech Mirrors
  • Touratech Rear Brake Pedal Extension
  • Touratech Works Footpegs
  • Touratech Aluminum Chain Guard
  • Touratech Water Pump Guard
  • Touratech Sidestand Enlarger
  • Akrapovic Slip-On Exhaust provided by Revzilla
  • Garmin Zumo XT with Locking Mount
  • Scotts Steering Damper with TripleClamp Moto kit
  • TripleClamp HDPE Engine Case Covers
  • Wolfman Blackhawk Tank Bag
  • Cyclops Aurora Auxiliary Light Kit with DRL’s
  • Motoz Tractionator Tires
  • Oxford Adventure Heated Grips
  • Camel ADV Anti Bottle Head
  • Yamaha Radiator Guard
  • Set of all 10 BDR maps (Butler Motorcycle Maps)
BDR Yamaha Tenere 700 Sweepstakes

“We’ve worked with our industry partners to turn this bike into the ultimate adventure machine. It’s set up specifically for tackling any or all of the Backcountry Discovery Routes, ” says Inna Thorn, BDR Director of Operations. “This is by far the most well-equipped sweepstake bike that BDR has ever offered, and we hope the community will be just as excited to participate in this year’s sweepstakes as we are to offer it.”

BDR Yamaha Tenere 700 Sweepstakes


Get in the game, go to, and enter for a chance to win this one-of-a-kind motorcycle by donating as little as $25. International donations are also welcome with the understanding that the prize will be collected in Seattle, WA and may be subject to tax or importation limitations. 

Proceeds from this fundraiser will help the 501c(3) volunteer-powered non-profit Backcountry Discovery Routes continue to create and preserve off-highway riding opportunities for dual-sport and adventure motorcyclists.The winner will be drawn live on December 3rd at 1:00 pm PST at

Author: ADV Pulse Staff

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