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leakey tx hill country trip. videos included

Well we went out to leakey tx and did some riding there was a good amount of construction and a lot of gravel on the new pavement they laid on 335 and 336. So we only hit those two once and soent most of our time on 337. Saturday when we got there it was really wet and foggy we did alittle riding but you could only see about 20 feet infront of you, we decided to go back to camp and drink beer. Sunday woke up early and hit the road and put in about 300 miles. Got some go pro videos of me and a buddy on his zx10. First time using a go pro so nothing fancy. Only videos of 337 east. Thanks for looking

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3i51O...ature=youtu.be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEGug...ature=youtu.be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NiDJ...ature=youtu.be
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Looks like some nice roads down there.


Don't take this as a flame (maybe it's the camera angle from the Kawi?) but it looks like there's some duck-footed riding going on while watching videos #2 & #3? Is that due to personal preference or distorted video?

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Yea we have some good ones. Its a 5 hr drive to ride those roads but def worth it
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Nice riding, get the balls of the feet up on the pegs

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Yea I noticed that to. But I got some big feet. Felt like they were on most of the time but I guess the videos fell diffrent
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A set of rearsets may help with positioning

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Yea I have been eyeballing some. Being tall dosent help me either. Need to work on the duck feet. Seems like when riding I forget sometimes and go for comfort
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Yea I have been eyeballing some. Being tall dosent help me either. Need to work on the duck feet. Seems like when riding I forget sometimes and go for comfort
Well, you just need to hit your toe on the tarmac. That will teach ya to keep your feet up

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