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The Palomar Mountain Experience (Video)

Just got back from the mountain and threw some video up on youtube. Enjoy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-X_3_YNp9Yo&fmt=18
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-20-2009, 12:02 AM
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cool vid man.

"not a hot lap" ?? Looks pretty quick to me!


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Nice vid!
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very Nice!! You should put MV agusta in the movie title so it shows up on MV searches. Just a thought. Great vid though and very nice riding.
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Nice video. What was that noise drowning out the sweet sound of the engine?

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Nice video. What was that noise drowning out the sweet sound of the engine?

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The camera I used had atrocious wind noise. I decided to overlay it with music - you couldn't hear the engine anyways (except the beginning and end where I pulled the audio volume down)

Next run I'll have a separate mic mounted by the exhaust =)
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The camera I used had atrocious wind noise. I decided to overlay it with music - you couldn't hear the engine anyways (except the beginning and end where I pulled the audio volume down)

Next run I'll have a separate mic mounted by the exhaust =)
Music. Is that what that was?

I think the mic by the exhaust would be a great idea.
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Music. Is that what that was?

I think the mic by the exhaust would be a great idea.
If the music is too loud, then you're too old

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I remember when I used to say that.
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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-21-2009, 12:04 PM
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Very nice video, but I beg to differ. You could hear the engine occasionally when the music paused. How bout a repost without music?

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