YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Dash
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YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by Dash » Tue Jan 19, 2016 1:11 pm

Hey guys,

Here's a link to my first YouTube video under the guise of Rubberneck Rides. My intention is to create a series of short videos that highlight good riding roads around the state of Victoria, Australia. I'm hoping it will serve as a good resource for those looking to ride in the area and light entertainment for those who enjoy YT vids. My editing skills need a lot of work but i'm relatively pleased as it's my first video.

Eventually i may look at covering various motorcycle projects i have going on etc.

enjoy!

https://youtu.be/GJkTIeU0odA

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clik
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by clik » Tue Jan 19, 2016 6:09 pm

Nice clean video
Bike sounds very smooth :)

Dash
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by Dash » Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:17 am

thanks for taking the time to watch it clik.

Today i put on some arrow collectors to match the slip-on. So, the sound should be better next vid :D

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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by inky » Thu Jan 21, 2016 9:15 am

Yup, nice vid.
Don't forget to take out the baffle for the next one. :D

Dash
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by Dash » Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:56 pm

New video is up!

The baffle is out but the collectors weren't fitted for this video yet :P


Dash
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by Dash » Tue Feb 02, 2016 10:47 pm

Not sure if this will spark much interest on this forum but my latest video covers a current project of mine: a 1995 RVF400. Plan to make a few more vids on this as it nears completion!


clik
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by clik » Wed Feb 03, 2016 7:06 am

Dash
I personally like the video the forum can sometimes be a lonely place :roll:
Nice bike and looks like a nice project ;)

Dash
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by Dash » Wed Feb 03, 2016 8:49 am

clik wrote:Dash
I personally like the video the forum can sometimes be a lonely place :roll:
Nice bike and looks like a nice project ;)
thanks clik, I appreciate the feedback!

Ironzie
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by Ironzie » Thu Feb 04, 2016 9:58 pm

Very nice videos bud and your bike sounds great ,love the enthusiasm blipping up n down the gearbeg,nice!

I owned a RVF 400 for 10 years ,I remember taking the overnight ferry to Liverpool and being picked up buy the dealer to go and collect it having paid my £1000 deposit and patiently waiting for it arriving from Japan bran spanking new with my name on the paper tag ,was a lot of money in 1997 and I just loved that bike ,it was the best bike I ever owned and a Honda from the glory days ,quite sad how Honda has went down hill

Dash
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Re: YouTube debut - Rubberneck Rides

Post by Dash » Fri Feb 05, 2016 1:25 pm

Cheers Ironzie! Yeah blipping is just too much fun on the Nuda (as I'm sure you know).

The RVF is a great little project, these bikes have so much character and there just aren't many clean ones getting around these days. Hopefully the future RVF vids remind you what it was like to ride :D

Just a short vid today for those who wonder what sort of sound the full arrow system puts on the nuda (at idle and riding). There tends to be a lot of discussion about the sound with collectors fitted etc so I may post it in its own thread also. enjoy!


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