F800GS or F650GS Vids

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by odiestien, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. Heeso

    Heeso Cairo's Evil

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  2. HeadinSouth

    HeadinSouth vroom!

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    Quick Iphone Vid from Saturday morning

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    I think I need to take some movie making lessons. :D
  3. Casejeep

    Casejeep Been here awhile

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    From my last trip to Death Valley

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  4. rfk76

    rfk76 Rafal @ F800GS

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    Hi there,

    this is a vid I did after our last ride around western Balkans (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Montenegro and a bit of Albania).
    What I would like to recommend you is this video:

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    Videos from other countries are on my youtube channel.

    Thanks for watching,
    rfk
  5. PatoM

    PatoM Adventurer

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    Here's sth from my last trip to La Mejicana mine (La Rioja, Argentina)

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    You can watch more at my You Tube channel
  6. Casejeep

    Casejeep Been here awhile

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    What makes the water that orange color?
  7. duffs

    duffs I have a beard

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    Hey mate what camera are you using?
  8. PatoM

    PatoM Adventurer

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    As far as I know, it's the ochre pigment (iron oxide) that's on the rocks...Moreover, the Ochre Canyon is one of the stages you have to go through to reach the top:

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    It's a GoPro Hero 1.
  9. opas

    opas Adventurer

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  10. Angryrican

    Angryrican know nothing all

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  11. Dieselpwr

    Dieselpwr Been here awhile

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  12. Angryrican

    Angryrican know nothing all

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    Yes! Now I got the bike I wanted:D

    Fun day yesterday but not enough time, I did some exploring on some jeep trails and even found a few creek crossings!
  13. skamikazee

    skamikazee Noviço

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    És tuga Diesel? :freaky


    Here's a short video from Morocco last week!
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  14. PatoM

    PatoM Adventurer

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    Nice video!!
  15. Manolito

    Manolito Patagonia guide

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    Pato, the water is orange due to leaching. When it rains over the "Cordillera", the water leaches and carries those minerals ( negative ph caused by volcanic activity)



    Ps: Hola :rofl
  16. RobertAmsterdam

    RobertAmsterdam www.twbastards.com

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    nice video! Maybe next time more text or voice over to tell what you did why and where
  17. skamikazee

    skamikazee Noviço

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    Sorry, but it was not intended to be a report. Didn't have the time for it, i haven't even seen half the footage!
    So here's a sort of a report.

    Ok let's see, this trip was planed on a rush 3 weeks ago when a guy i met on a ride called me about it, i managed to get 2 weeks off, and that's about it for planning. :D

    First day tarmac straight to Tangier, then across the Atlas on great mountain roads to spend the night in Merzouga (36ºC by night :eek1), woke up early to avoid the heat and to get to know the dunes on Erg Chebbi :evil
    My friend on the KTM knew the place well as he lost count on how many times he has been there, we did a lot of high speed sand patches from the dakar which this bikes love. As much as i'd love to try the bigger dunes i had to recognize we were in no condition of trying them, limited by my ability, it was to hot, didn't want to risk melting the clutch, the tires were Mitas E-10 and were overinflated to avoid punctures on the rocks.The same day at about 11AM started a duststorm, couldn't see 10m ahead.
    The next days where spent on the Rheris valley, where the 990 developed an unknown electrical problem witch accompanied us everyday for the rest of the trip. The first time it shut down, we spent just under three hours until we managed to get her going.
    We crossed the Rheris dry riverbed, some infamous 6-7Km of Fesh - Fesh, due to the delay on the repairs we only got there by mid-day, it was hot as hell, and with our bikes heavily loaded it was a hell to get through, due to the sun position and brightness i couldn't really read the terrain all that well, it was the biggest challenge of our trip, rewarding though, the region is amazing. :eek1
    Then i noticed my fork seal (seel?!) started to leak,:becca , all the next days where mostly hardcore rocky sections, so we had to abort our initial plans and stick to easy tracks until we could reach tarmac, one of the days we only managed to start the KTM at 5PM so we took the fastest way possible to the road, this meant a 70Km higly corrugated dirtroad that made sure i had no oil left on my right fork!
    We continued the trip by tarmac, great roads on the Atlas, we avoided to turn off the KTM so every time he had to refuell it would be with a Jerrycan and the bike on, everyday in the morning or after lunch we made bet's on if it would start, eventually ended up in Marrakech and started heading north.
    We managed to get to Tanger still fresh and decided to push as far as we felt like riding, Marrakech - Lisbon in one day 1100Km :eek1

    So lesson learned. install some Neoprene fork protector. a wonderful trip cut short because of a simple, cheap, seemingly unnecessary farkle. Damn you Fesh -Fesh, i thought i'd beaten you but you had the last laugh.
  18. RobertAmsterdam

    RobertAmsterdam www.twbastards.com

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    what an adventure! Very cool
    :clap:clap
  19. PatoM

    PatoM Adventurer

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    Great! Thanks! :thumb

    Really nice trip! :clap
    Wish to be there in the future! :super
  20. grndzr0

    grndzr0 its Ground Zero

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    Sounds like a BLAST!!!





    Here is a little trailer we put together for EP4


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    Episode 4 Trailer from Hiline Productions on Vimeo.


    Couple good shots of the GS

    Ryan