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Old 08-09-2013, 10:11 PM   #2581
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Old 08-10-2013, 08:54 PM   #2582
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Old 08-11-2013, 05:34 AM   #2583
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These videos document highlights four incredible days of motorcycle touring in the Pacific North West. The first 3 days of the journey we see no clouds and experience unseasonably warm coastal weather. A rarity in this part of the world. As far as Spring Motorcycle Rides go, this was a real gem.


Day 1: The Washington & Oregon Coast
The first day we leave our home in Seattle, Washington and head out to Raymond,
Washington via back roads to reach the Washington Coast. Once there we cross the
Columbia River into Astoria and make our way south along the coastal highway.
Using our GPS, we take many detours on lonely roads to see as much of the
coastal splendor as possible.



http://youtu.be/NE1TKn5GfLs

Day 2: The Oregon Coast
The second day we leave our camp near Lincoln City, to finish the Oregon Coast,
ending up in Brookings Oregon. We see light houses, rivers, historic sites and a
gorgeous sunset while sipping on a local microbrew. Using our GPS, we meander
and take many detours on lonely roads to see as much of the coastal splendor as
possible. The journey is more than the destination.



http://youtu.be/I3AQ27nDDmI

Day 3: The California Redwoods & Oregon Cascades
The third day we leave the Oregon Coast and find ourselves in the Redwoods of
Northern California. We do some light off road travel through the giant trees.
Later in the day we find ourselves crossing Interstate 5 at Grants Pass heading
toward Crater Lake following the Rogue River to it's source. We take in the many
sights along the way and finalize our day traveling among volcanoes and snow at
higher elevations in the Oregon Cascades. The day ends as it began... Perfect.



http://youtu.be/J2HHP8ZH9AI


Day 4: Bend Oregon to Seattle Washington
The fourth and final day we leave Oregon and return to our home in Washington
state. Along the way we pass by a couple of volcanoes, including Mt Hood in
Oregon. Crossing the Columbia River at Hood River, Oregon into Washington, we
ride among huge basalt columns and the mighty Columbia River. We eventually find
our way to Yakima canyon and enjoy the incredible scenery of the Yakima river
meandering through the canyon. We conclude our travel with a nice cool ride over
Snoqualmie pass, where we see snow covered peaks that remind us that we are nearly home.



http://youtu.be/_YVgftyCHvc
Your videos are wonderful!! Love everything from stills to music.
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Old 08-11-2013, 07:56 AM   #2584
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How to reduce wind noise, part 2

If you have not seen part 1, follow the link in the video and go back to watch it.

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Old 08-11-2013, 09:57 PM   #2585
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Talking Help finding a comedy skit

I saw this really funny skit of a guy impersonating 3 riders; a squid, a pirate and a poser, it was hilarious, but I can't find it anymore, looked on You tube, here and everywhere else, anybody knows what I am talking about?

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Old 08-12-2013, 06:44 PM   #2586
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Old 08-12-2013, 07:24 PM   #2587
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If you have not seen part 1, follow the link in the video and go back to watch it.

Thanks dirtdad, great tips. Those FakFak guys are hilarious. Check out ++AB forum and share your cool videos! http://www.accidentalbroadcast.com/
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Old 08-13-2013, 03:11 AM   #2588
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Laugh Angry ram versus Kiwi trail rider




Nelson trail-bike rider Marty Todd posted video of the face-off, which the belligerent ram appears to win.
Mr Todd stopping when confronted by the animal, known to locals as 'Rambro', on a track through his rural property.
Mr Todd, a silviculturist, said Rambro was an old pet whose previous owner could not control him, so he let him loose on his property a few years ago.
"His home now is a large area of scrub and pine plantation so I don't see him often, but when he appears I'm always on guard," Mr Todd said.
"When I came across him on my motorbike I was on quite a steep section of hill so I couldn't really do much else.
"If I'd tried to turn or go past him, he would have got me square in the leg [I have learned the hard way].
"He is a bit of a menace but a character and he is better than any guard dog."
Mr Todd said the animal was "surprisingly powerful".
The ram was known for its aggression, even attacking a group of pig-hunting dogs on one occasion.
He had been unable to turn the bike around on the steep hill, because if he had the ram could have charged him from the side, and could have broken his leg.

- Fairfax NZ News
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Old 08-13-2013, 04:08 AM   #2589
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Wow

Dude this is soooo funny
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Old 08-13-2013, 05:40 AM   #2590
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Here are a couple of videos from a recent dual sport ride I did on my Husqvarna TE630. There are a few other from the ride that you can see by clicking on my youtube username.



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Old 08-13-2013, 07:01 AM   #2591
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Haha!! Awesome!!
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Old 08-14-2013, 12:26 PM   #2592
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Romania 11.08.2013

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Nelson trail-bike rider Marty Todd posted video of the face-off, which the belligerent ram appears to win.
Mr Todd stopping when confronted by the animal, known to locals as 'Rambro', on a track through his rural property.
Mr Todd, a silviculturist, said Rambro was an old pet whose previous owner could not control him, so he let him loose on his property a few years ago.
"His home now is a large area of scrub and pine plantation so I don't see him often, but when he appears I'm always on guard," Mr Todd said.
"When I came across him on my motorbike I was on quite a steep section of hill so I couldn't really do much else.
"If I'd tried to turn or go past him, he would have got me square in the leg [I have learned the hard way].
"He is a bit of a menace but a character and he is better than any guard dog."
Mr Todd said the animal was "surprisingly powerful".
The ram was known for its aggression, even attacking a group of pig-hunting dogs on one occasion.
He had been unable to turn the bike around on the steep hill, because if he had the ram could have charged him from the side, and could have broken his leg.

- Fairfax NZ News

That is good motivation to ride faster

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Old 08-14-2013, 01:11 PM   #2594
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West Texas and New Mexico... Vstrom and Tenere

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Old 08-14-2013, 04:05 PM   #2595
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