Southern California riding into the sunset

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by motogeo, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. motogeo

    motogeo motogeo

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    When I made this video, I wanted to ride through all types of weather. Although, I didn't go through snowfall, I managed to see what the Ducati Multistrada could handle which was pretty much tarmac, dirt roads, and a bit of rough terrain. I have to admit, this is one of the best bikes to go on adventure on and with passenger. Rode from rough rainy weather to pick up my girl and take her to the beach. Check out the short video here:

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  2. RZRob

    RZRob Long timer

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    Very Nice. Good quality production.

    RZ Rob
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  3. benwiggin2

    benwiggin2 Long timer

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    really enjoyed that. Didn't I see another one of your videos, all urban LA, on????? I forget the bike now- wait- Dorsoduro. Do you mind sharing, where was the off road portion of this video? What general location? Nice wheelie too btw. :clap
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  4. motogeo

    motogeo motogeo

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    Yeah, Gorman.

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  5. heirhead

    heirhead worlds worst mechanic

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    Hello,

    Great day and great video. living in SoCal my whole life I have done just that. Sort of. Surf in the am, ride to Julian in the snow, drop into Anza Borrego for some dirt and home over Ortega. Just an average day here in Socal.
    Just don't let your girl look at you after you dip into that 59 degree water. OUCH!!!!!!

    Thanks for sharing
    PS. Much better wheelie than me. I used to be good, then quit, now starting again.

    Heirhead
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