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Discussion in 'Photos' started by halfthrottle, Aug 3, 2009.
My gas tank holds up to 4 gallons
It's a way to live, to feel, to be ... a brotherhood around the world I hope you like it
Yes. Video taken on D44, heading west from Ger De Boutx, France
First five episodes of my 2 week moto-camping adventure on my klr 650!!
Episode seven out! This is the most intense riding of the adventure!
I love night rides!
Part 2 of our June Pac Northwest trip, tons of wildlife and I get attacked by a bee.
Some Ol' Berm Shit
One of my videos from a week in Crested Butte, I think the drone shots towards the end came out pretty cool
Shameless plug/more here - http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/plawas-video-diaries.1258047/
Ahh just found this thread - good stuff. I started a Youtube deal a year or so ago. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeQFwsgIwjpDm0ltv_bXF0A?view_as=subscriber
The primary purpose was to analyze match film and share via private links with the other coaches and players. I also run it on the moto and have enjoyed the learning how to editing and feel like I'm getting better at telling a story. Lot's of fun documenting my buddies poor operating. I keep em short and not the usual raw un cut boring endless trail footage. Like mentioned I like to tell a story and keep the fodder level high. Some are better than others. My ridding buddies fear Coles cam!
Here's a 1 min 47 sec of a morning ride high above Crested Butte CO.
And a fodder vid on how not to ride hard enduro in North Georgia. A vid of when my "friends" tricked me into running my big dirt bike in a race that 39 started and only 5 finished. I was clearly not one of the 5.
Or a weekend DS ride in Tellico Planes TN.
A fun Day on Colorado Single Tracks, short 12 min glimpse of Heaven.
Flew the bike from New Zealand to Chile and had to pack her in a tiny steel crate for transport. Made a compilation of that process.
Motorcycle noobs on Versys x300. First time taking them on dirt roads and river crossings. The plan was to take a leisurely route to a campsite, taking as much dirt roads as possible and slowly add to our experience. First river crossing went great. Second not so much. Completely flooded one of the bikes....it's ok now, but learnt some valuable lessons along the way.
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Discovering Easter Island - Honda XR 150
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I had no idea you can tour the island by bike.
thanks for sharing!