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riding vid, putting it over on some ramps

spent some time editing this tell me what you guys think:



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Looks like your on a suicide mission on those ramps with all that traffic
You need to get off of those thing and find some twisties.


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To be honest, I really didn't care for all the time lapsing of the video. The effect was cool the first or 2nd time but it got old/annoying. Other than that it looks like you average work commute...
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you guys catch the dude popping a wheelie at the beginning?
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haha yes sir we noticed, get on some back roads and track
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looks dangerous.. looks like bad influence on eachother lol.. but i htink u edit better then i could.

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aahh the good old TO ramps. I hate riding them because its so busy and dangerous. My buddies and I will do the DVP route and hit all the nice ramps on quiet days. I still would rather stay off the street and live on the track, though.
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mucho gracias amigo! i really do appreciate that.


the vid was made with an older sony dv cam strapped to my yoke with a few zip ties and a piece of wood we cut to get the angle right. the audio would cut out above 8000 and the video would start to distort after about 12k so we lost a lot of good footage and almost all the sound. the view was just right though.

i know it could be better but for a spur of the moment thing it turned out OK.

the guy at the beginning on the VFR actually made another pass on one wheel just before that one as we were pulling in to fill up. I guess he wanted to play...
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aahh the good old TO ramps. I hate riding them because its so busy and dangerous. My buddies and I will do the DVP route and hit all the nice ramps on quiet days. I still would rather stay off the street and live on the track, though.
i hear you man - im planning to track next season. got a front end from a 1000rr lined up. that with some bodywork and im good to go.

ever done DVP/Lawrence? i think its like the only cloverleaf in the city lol.
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do you really at this point in your life need to be told that not only are you not supposed to weave in and out of traffic then film it then post it on a board where the IQ is generally above 100, and expect for anyone to really think your not a dousche ?
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i hear you man - im planning to track next season. got a front end from a 1000rr lined up. that with some bodywork and im good to go.

ever done DVP/Lawrence? i think its like the only cloverleaf in the city lol.
Of course I have! You can go around that all day.

To be honest, the first time I went to the track I fell in love. You will learn so much about you and your bike and learn to respect it more. I think the streets are deadly. You'll love the track. I hope your next video is you dragging your knees at Shannonville!
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do you really at this point in your life need to be told that not only are you not supposed to weave in and out of traffic then film it then post it on a board where the IQ is generally above 100, and expect for anyone to really think your not a dousche ?
well...pretty much everything is sped up except the ramps which i wanted to show in real time so it looks like im a vigilante but im pretty safe out there.

anyway this is supposed to be a fun video! theres no pretense here it just sort of happened and i thought i should put my first video through the edit process. i hope you enjoyed watching it as much as i enjoyed making it.
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I think you'll be better off not postin video's like this... its dangerous riding like that... its because of wreckless riders we get a bad name....


hit the track meng....

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you and your buddy are doing to eat it if you keep crossing the white line while leaned over at some point in time...
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cool lil vid not saying i would do it but if that gets your rocks off. i guess be safe as you can.but really find some twisties something other than rush hour traffic to play in.

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Where are you getting those cameras? Can I get a link?

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do you really at this point in your life need to be told that not only are you not supposed to weave in and out of traffic then film it then post it on a board where the IQ is generally above 100, and expect for anyone to really think your not a dousche ?
I like how the guy in front is going through the on/off ramps with his body crossed up, cause you know if the bike is leaning more you must be going faster. That plus he can't even hold his line; keeps weaving back and forth going over the white painted shoulder line in the corners.
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Fuckinggg Haters!

Let them have their fun and live their lives. nobody's perfect. Just look at you guys: You're shittin' all over a guy who's trying to share his fun with you, and what do you do? You talk down to him like you're better than them or somethin'.........Who are the douches now, really?

I don't necessarily agree with eveything I saw in the video, but I kill the streets daily and I love it! What matters is that we all ride because we love something about it. Try bein' nice to people man. It's much better for everyone! Live and let live.....or die. Just enjoy the fuckinggg ride while you still posess the ability to do so! Tomorrow is NEVER a promise and safety is an illusion!

But that's just my opinion.


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well at least you arent giving other motorists another reason to bitch about sportbikes. :(
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