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m1ks

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m1ks says:

Skye TT video, Ducati

Been a little while since I had the chance to catch up on here but here are some goodies.

A little onboard video of the Isle of Skye TT, (a locally devised route covering a range of road types) on my Ducati. 
Taken partly for interest of some friends wanting to see the route and partly to try out a new helmet action cam, (which I also reviewed, link to that review below the TT review)

Skye TT


Xdreme Action cam review part 1


Xdreme cam review part 2


Disclaimer - Just to clarify, the skye TT is not a race circuit and should not be treated as such, so there!

Hope you enjoy the vids and the action cam ones may be useful for anyone thinking of getting one but not sure which to choose, this ones excellent quality and price, full HD for about a third the price of GoPro!

Forgot to say, be sure to watch in 720p for best quality!

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

catch up

Welcome back,don`t mention Royal Enfields.:winkie:

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m1ks

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m1ks says:

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Lol, indeed, I quite fancy getting a review of mine and some onboard footage up with that lovely single cylinder thump, apparently the engine has to be IN the bike before I can do that!
It was seeing you over there that made me think I'll have a quick check over here and re-acquaint meself.
Hows the starting technique panning out? Ooops, I mentioned them didn't I, :-/

Seriously, once you got it set up it'll be a breeze, just remember to whip your foot back up sharpish while you're getting back into it, it doesn't hurt any less when it spits back at you.

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

Starting

again,:wacko:bikes are bikes,back to basics (not back to nappies yet).

spit / kick back,that 750 commando could kick me to the moon.

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/community/Forums/Categories/Topic/?&topic-id=432575

I`m glad it shook to bits.

 

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