Durango start-up builds unique trailers for camping

Durango start-up builds unique trailers for camping

Durango duo looks to redefine high-style backcountry camping
Keith Martin, left, co-owner of Moto Burly, and employee Jackson Perry work on a backcountry, off-road trailer on Thursday at the firm’s headquarters in the Durango Tech Center. The goal of the company is to provide equipment that allows people to camp farther off than beaten path.
Blaze Davies, co-owner of Moto Burly, uses a router to cut material that the company uses to construct backcountry, off-road high end trailers.
Blaze Davies, co-owner of Moto Burly, shows a prototype of a backcountry, off-road trailer on Thursday at the Durango Tech Center.
Keith Martin, co-owner of Moto Burly, front, and employees Nicolas Lenis, left, and Jackson Perry work on a trailer.

Durango start-up builds unique trailers for camping

Keith Martin, left, co-owner of Moto Burly, and employee Jackson Perry work on a backcountry, off-road trailer on Thursday at the firm’s headquarters in the Durango Tech Center. The goal of the company is to provide equipment that allows people to camp farther off than beaten path.
Blaze Davies, co-owner of Moto Burly, uses a router to cut material that the company uses to construct backcountry, off-road high end trailers.
Blaze Davies, co-owner of Moto Burly, shows a prototype of a backcountry, off-road trailer on Thursday at the Durango Tech Center.
Keith Martin, co-owner of Moto Burly, front, and employees Nicolas Lenis, left, and Jackson Perry work on a trailer.
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