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Riding is only fair, but nice camera work. Like the moto V.

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This video went a long way in helping me decide on a Versys when I was researching its performance.
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Short but sweet!


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That's a very short video (the memory card was full ) of my first ride with the Versys, a rental bike. It was love on the first ride. After some six months I got my own one.

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All video's of 133BHP on his V at Cadwell Park


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This is one quick little Spyder:

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This is one quick little Spyder:
The person recording, cant hold the lane and over the double yellows a lot.. Then they both pass on a double yellow?? Not impressed.
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Tallahassee/Georgia Backroad Riding

I put this link up a while ago. Kind of a side view of Versys, and some nice backroads. The bike that passed me in the end was my wife on a Buell Blast. I was being nice to her. Have trouble pasting in the video so here is the link in case it does not work.


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The bike that passed me in the end was my wife on a Buell Blast.
Very cool. My wife rides a V-Star and we really enjoy outings together. I really like to see husband & wife ride bikes together. Some enjoy getting away from their spouse for a while, as for us, we enjoy the ride together and we both look forward to it.
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The person recording, cant hold the lane and over the double yellows a lot.. Then they both pass on a double yellow?? Not impressed.
Yeah, hard to tell if he's riding over his ablilities or just careless. I would not want to get outrun by a three wheeler either!

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Here's one I did in Nov. My first time using the GoPro

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Ok, how do I post a Utube video?

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Here's one I did in Nov. My first time using the GoPro

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Damn bubby! I don't know if it's the angle of your camera or what, but it looks like you're really layin it over!! Nice!!





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Ok, how do I post a Utube video?
In the reply box, there is a YouTube button. Select it, and between the code, put in the video ID from youtube. It's the part after the "youtube.com/watch?v="



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Damn bubby! I don't know if it's the angle of your camera or what, but it looks like you're really layin it over!! Nice!!
Thanks! I love the curves, though I need to work on holding the line better

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Yeah, hard to tell if he's riding over his ablilities or just careless. I would not want to get outrun by a three wheeler either!
I demo'd a Spyder, same motor as a Tuono. Fast but very creepy in the corners.
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Here's one I did in Nov. My first time using the GoPro

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Yeah, I remember this one, excellent camera, and perspective from that mount is awesome.

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