Regarding motorcycle review videos, I would like to see good footage that shows the bike(s) through curves, braking, accelerating, winding through traffic at a slow pace, off road (if applicable to the bike) etc. From both a POV camera and from side/drone/ head on etc. All with a voice over
from the reviewers. And none of that raunchy, irritating, guitar crap or whatever the current riff the V-logger has an ear worm for that he used as background sound, please. I want to hear what you think of the bike, not your taste in music. More importantly, I want to hear the bike.
I realize that production costs are high for quality presentations, but viewing the Motorcyclist review that I referred to will show that all of those methods were used (including excellent drone footage). So quit waving your arms around like you are trying to be cool guy actors. A reviewer's comments after the ride are what counts. I don't need some over-acting wanker trying to impress me on camera whilst riding. Set a good example for the next generation of riders, please. You are moto journalists, not celebrities.
My apologies to the forum: I should have originally posted this in the Off Topic section, but as it did involve a reference to the X 300 my impulse was to post it in General. Maybe move it over to Off Topic, Glen?