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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-01-2015, 12:09 AM Thread Starter
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Here she is

I said i would show you guys how she turned out like 3 months ago, and kept forgetting to post a video showing her off. Meet Saya

First bit is talking about her, rest is just me vlogging.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIe3Eho_4ns

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Your front fender fell off....

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I said i would show you guys how she turned out like 3 months ago, and kept forgetting to post a video showing her off. Meet Saya

First bit is talking about her, rest is just me vlogging.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIe3Eho_4ns
I think after you've been riding longer than you have, you'll realize why that video is not going to gain you favor with your avid and seasoned riders. The unabashed obnoxiousness notwithstanding, you were extremely distracted by your so readily villified "distracted drivers." Just ride man, you don't have to be revving your engine, honking your horn, and barking at old dudes on the phone. You need to be in the saddle a whole lot longer and learn what ridins really all about...

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...I facepalmed so hard. You did some nice work on your bike but yeah man just be aware of bad drivers and avoid them. Every day I run into someone on their phone or someone eating while they drive. I just stay aware of where they are and let them go on about their way. You can't fathom how unstable some people are dude. It's going to take one time where you yell at the wrong guy and he says F*€k it and decides to make you a hood ornament. Don't say it doesn't happen either, because that is exactly why my smart-ass buddy can't ride anymore.

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I don't remember my 750 as being a big heavy v-twin. Now my 1500 is on the other hand. Camera was good and clear. The audio was clear also. Started to watch it again just to count how any times the word F'king was used.
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Your front fender fell off....
The right mirror fell off too! Better tighten those bolts!
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fender, mirror is meh... i have the bike how i like it, and the motovlogging thing its honestly no different then talking to yourself which isn't a distraction, if i need to pay a little more attention to a situation, i can stop talking and put those few extra attention points on the road, my attention is on the road and those around me. And i don't think i have to be riding for years to understand what its about. To me its about going out, being on the road and enjoying the ride either by myself or with a buddy or two, and thats what it do, if i want to catch it on camera then i will. But everyone has their own opinions and i respect that.

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Your front fender fell off....
Yeah, but you notice he has Knifemaker designed floorboards.

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Yeah, but you notice he has Knifemaker designed floorboards.
they came with the bike lol.

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[QUOTE=yousername;932521]...........i have the bike how i like it......[QUOTE]

That's the main thing. Make it to your likings. Most of us buy a bike and with in the first 3 months we have added or removed pieces and parts to make it to "our bike". Any body can buy a stock bike..............
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