Tucker Neary from @Electric Cycle Rider and Mark Jackson from @SourceADV ride two Zero DSR Black Forest Edition electric motorcycles 1,000 miles along the Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route, an off-road route that traverses the rugged Continental Divide through some of the tallest mountain peaks in the United States. The goal was to only utilize charging stations available to the public. Starting at the 4 corners of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, and concluding at the Wyoming border, the trip would ultimately take 7 days to complete and relied heavily on logistics to ensure that we would not run out of battery deep in the desolate Rocky Mountains. We pre-planned our route by overlaying an extended version of the Backcountry Discovery Route (https://bit.ly/BackcountryDiscoveryRoute) into the mapping application onX Offroad (https://bit.ly/onXOffroad). Using this data, we researched public charge stations that were less than 120 miles apart, hoping the motorcycles would make the distance.