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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Livestrom, Dec 29, 2019.
Great vid. Did you cross into Mexico at one point?
just a big WOW thanks for posting what are you using for video cam ?how is it powered? do you run it continuoslythen edit?
You're right about that Ninja, editing is the real work and you have to be ruthless. It sure is painful at times though...
I traced the Mexico border for a few hours in SW Texas but never crossed over. I would have loved to, but I was already pushing it given the distance to home vs # of days remaining.
Thanks for watching Wander! I don't know what it's like where you are, but this never-melting snow has got my throttle hand itchy!
Lovely, well done video I have greatly enjoyed! Everything just flows so nicely, and really tells the story. It's like living on fast forward. And I keep thinking about PEI and Gaspe since I've never made it there.
Loved the video! Thank you for sharing.
35 hours straight on a bike?! That's something. I have done it in a car but then needed a full day or two to recover. I can't imagine doing it on a bike. Glad you had an amazing trip. Watching this made my current shelter in place a little more bearable.
Fantastic video and fantastic ride! So Jealous!
Great video , must have been a fantastic trip . I’m lucky enough to have been to many of the same places . It did take me from 1987 to 2019 to do it but it brought back great memories .
You met C-Zulu , I have met him as well great guy .
Well done highlight video! And a great soundtrack.
Very wonderful video !!! i run 2 time in Utah and hope to return this year , i want to ride on the White Rim and Moki Dugway . By the way , you are a good rider to ! Thank you for your video !!
Félicitation pour ta vidéo , très bien faites et avec des jokes en plus . Un vrai plaisir à regarder ! Merci encore !
Un gars du Québec .
Superb! Bravo! Bravo!
Thanks for watching bt.
The helmet cam is a Sena 10C all-in-one bluetooth communicator and hd cam. Worked really well for my purposes (filming video and listening to podcasts/music). It has an internal battery but that runs out in about an hour. I ran a usb cable from my jacket pocket power bank which would keep it going for hours.
Glad you liked Drac. I have a Gaspé trip video from a couple of years ago (if you haven't seen it):
as well as a couple ADV Rider threads about the trip: