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Discussion in 'Photos' started by halfthrottle, Aug 3, 2009.
Thanks, I'm glad you like it... excuse my English it's very bad and basic
Your English is great! And a ton better than my Spanish! I wandered the streets of Seville shouting "tenedor!" because I like the word and had too much local wine
I love your country and hope to be back one day soon. It's been more than 10 years now. Lucky for me, my wife is fluent in both Mexican and "The Kings" Spanish.
I was out this weekend at the club ice race and was playing around with my new GoPro Hero 5. One of the newer features is the ability to overlay GPS and G Force gauges. Check out the G Force gauge in the lower left of this first video to see just how much traction the studs get on the ice...
This next video was from the club Expert heat and shows some of the dicing for the lead...
i'm never sure whether to be inspired or demoralized when i film tim coleman and get to ride with him.
Ride around a bumpy but scenic Cambodian country road aboard my ZRX 1200.
My trip from the summer of 2016. All around Europe. from Ireland, to Moscow.
Riding down Stelvio Pass, with no engine on.
When you went across the floating bridge... what city was that you entered?
I was going towards Zadar, In Croatia. The bridge is just outside the city, maybe 30 minutes drive from it.
You guys split lanes where you live?
Heres how I drive in this city for the past seven years. Aggressive defensive.
First vid from city limits after two hour highspeed highway, heading to buy oregano.
Second from there to my mechanics shop for a BBQ.
Good clean fun.
I think he asked about the floating bridge seen at 2.25, not the one close to Šibenik in Croatia at 1:00.
Some solo desert riding in northern patagonia argentina, neuquén province.
I've only ever run Trelleborgs for woods riding but that looked so intense I might have to stud a set for the ice one day. Used to do circle track at the Lake George winter carnival when i was young but always on quads.
The bridge from 2.25 Was in Russia, close to city of Ostaszkov ( not sure of the spelling) It leads to an old orthodox monastery.
Ahh perfect. Google view wasn't lining up with what was in the video.
Great video and a great adventure!
Thought it'd be fun to tell an adventure motorcycling story with light painting...