KLR, 25000km and a continent

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by dcard, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. dcard

    dcard Guest

    enjoy...
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  2. squonker

    squonker Eat my shorts

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    That was cool - thank you.
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  3. sixth gear

    sixth gear Me

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    Nice job editing! and Thanks :clap
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  4. Ranger Red

    Ranger Red Team Green

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    Nice Vid, thanks.
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  5. apexeric

    apexeric Been here awhile

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    That should be on the Kawasaki website. Nice.
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  6. crowe2815

    crowe2815 kenoath

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    Brilliant stuff mate.:clap
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  7. nukemm

    nukemm Been here awhile

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    Well done. Thank you for breaking up my mundane day with a bit of adventure.
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  8. dcard

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    cheers folks! we all know what fun it can be... when too much ADV is never enough!
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  9. acupuncture4u

    acupuncture4u Freedom by knobbies

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    I dug it. Thanks, Go Pro camera??
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  10. X11-MAN

    X11-MAN Adventurer

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    Excellent video !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  11. Strave19

    Strave19 n00b savant

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    That was pretty boss...
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  12. potski

    potski Wiley Wanderer

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    Hi dcard. Most folk seem to plonk a helmet camera on and ride off, this wasn't like that at all ...it took time imagination and effort with a fair amount of skill too...enjoyed it very much, thanks for sharing....shame about the squirrel biting the dust though :D


    Cheers
    Potski :freaky
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  13. dcard

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    yep. I used a go pro camera only. I found the best shots were when I mounted it on my helmet and pannier. The chest mount got too much bike and not enough scenery. I think a fork mount would been sweet but maybe a little unstable, although I've seen some good stuff about with a fork mount.
    Check out my other vids from the same trip.
    :freaky
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  14. NewHampWoodsRider

    NewHampWoodsRider Tag Captor

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    Pretty awesome!
    Great job editing!!!!

    I just shared this vid on FB and G+, badass!
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  15. jnorton1

    jnorton1 Been here awhile

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    Great video. Where was the deep canyon area at 50 seconds or so, and the road with huge snow walls?
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  16. ViperJustin

    ViperJustin Retired HH60G Gunner

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    Excellent video!
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  17. dcard

    dcard Guest

    nice! thanks bro!
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  18. Crooked Creek

    Crooked Creek Been here awhile

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    Superb :clap.
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  19. dcard

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    The deep canyon is in Canyonlands NP Utah. The snow walls are over Cinnamon Pass in Colorado, between Lake City and Silverton. Both are frickin' beautiful rides!
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  20. tige

    tige Adventurer

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    Good stuff man! I really enjoyed that.

    :clap:freaky


    Tige
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