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    Default Hooligans in training

    To tame ourselfs until the next time we can go to a race-track, we need to treat our urge for riding with other means...



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    theres only one really big set of stairs like that round mine, but there big :O

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    Cool Vid!

    Where are you guys at?
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    Great vid, what program did you do the editing with?
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    excellent vid mate . . great editing . . and good to see you in the rights gear.
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    You rock some really slow wheelies. You riding the rear brake?
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    Enjoyed the video keep it up!
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    Thanks folks!

    Yes, I use the rear brake to be able to keep it high and slow... and don't flip

    For my clips I use a program called kdenlive under ubuntu.

    We're from Germany, city called Aachen.

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    Yep, you definitely have the controlled slow wheelies on lock.

    Props for using all open source software also, very cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HPIguy View Post
    Yep, you definitely have the controlled slow wheelies on lock.
    The less throttle I need to bring and keep it up, the more satisfied I am with the wheelie. Set goal is to do wheelie-circles one day... hopefully.

    Quote Originally Posted by HPIguy View Post
    Props for using all open source software also, very cool!
    To make that list complete (and put credit where credit is due) I've to mention the programs gimp, inkscape and blender too. Although I've not used blender to spice up any of my clips yet.

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    I have been to Aachen and there are not near as many cops there as there are in most cities here in the US. I was stationed in Germany 2001-2004 and rarely saw police. I did notice a flash of light a few times while driving there. discovered later that it was a camera taking pictures of me... speed. I felt like a supermodel.
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    That looks like so much fun. The cops would have shot you in Australia doing that sort of stuff.

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    Cool vid, I liked the music.
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    Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by camaro97z View Post
    I have been to Aachen and there are not near as many cops there as there are in most cities here in the US. I was stationed in Germany 2001-2004 and rarely saw police. I did notice a flash of light a few times while driving there. discovered later that it was a camera taking pictures of me... speed. I felt like a supermodel.
    it`s a rare thing with cops around here; sometimes you do not see a single cop for days, but sometimes, they seem to be everywhere like agent smith!

    good job MacSlow! but who is this dumb ass on the drz400?
    lookin forward to film with 2 cams!

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