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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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It was nice out last night, so I took my bike and the Gopro to share it.....

First time I've done this, so I apologize for some dodgy footage....I realize I move my head....a lot.

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Looks like a beautiful evening for a ride. I'm really impressed with the footage, it's incredibly smooth - which GoPro are you using?

The sun was shining here this evening too but as my wife was working late and I had to do bedtime for the kids, I missed another opportunity to go for a ride. Tomorrow night is also out as she's off to see Rod Stewart but hopefully with the bank holiday approaching I'll get a good couple of hours in on Monday
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Pacific coastal highway? Beautiful
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Looks like a beautiful evening for a ride. I'm really impressed with the footage, it's incredibly smooth - which GoPro are you using?

The sun was shining here this evening too but as my wife was working late and I had to do bedtime for the kids, I missed another opportunity to go for a ride. Tomorrow night is also out as she's off to see Rod Stewart but hopefully with the bank holiday approaching I'll get a good couple of hours in on Monday
Thanks @Ed_Bobber , I'm using the GoPro Hero 7 The stabilization on it is great, makes a huge difference.
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Yes, it is the PCH. I drove from where I live (Laguna Niguel), down Crown Valley to the coast, near Dana Point, then drove North up to Aliso Beach Park.
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Gorgeous views! I'm really impressed with how stable and clear (in HD) the video is too. Amazing for a consumer product.
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Thanks @Ed_Bobber , I'm using the GoPro Hero 7 The stabilization on it is great, makes a huge difference.
I've never really felt the urge to get a GoPro but am warming to the idea and seeing how smooth your footage is makes a very good case for pulling the trigger. Rear shock and fork springs first though
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****, saw garages in that video bigger than the house i live in!
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I've never really felt the urge to get a GoPro but am warming to the idea and seeing how smooth your footage is makes a very good case for pulling the trigger. Rear shock and fork springs first though
Priorities man...you got 'em right. I wouldn't have had the GP if it wasn't for being a gift off the wife (Costco bundle deal, for the win).
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****, saw garages in that video bigger than the house i live in!
haha, I hear you. Most people just store junk in their garages as they accumulate so much "stuff". I mean, where else would you put all the Halloween gear?
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