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Not work safe coz of the language cry

You got some competition on the video scene Terry!

Nice to see a TTR250 mixing it with the big boys and performing well. 

 



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He's got it all over me with the audio Brian, I have enough trouble staying on never mind talking at the same time.

My plan is to get out more on the TTR after the Victorian High country trip at the end of the month.

Cheers Terry

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Thanks for the video 

I'm having two weeks in tassie in July hiring a car and having a look around. 

 



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I have a very vague and distant recollection of experiencing dust on our Devon lanes no

Mustn't complain as we have some blue sky here this morning and 5C but it's not exactly balmy or encouraging to get out on the TTR!

We have had so much rain and so many trees blown down in the three recent storms (Ciara, Dennis and now Jorges) that it'll take a while for our lanes to return to anything like normal.

I understand that you still have about 50 bushfires burning but maybe that's "normal"?

The photo shows a typical Devon "green lane" although the tree is an unwelcome ornament!

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Fkin wondered what the fk was wrong with his fkin TTR on that tar section 'till I fkin realized it was the fkin obnoxious fkin barstud in front with a fkin noisy end can!
LOL. Do they all talk like that in Tas?

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mossproof wrote:

Fkin wondered what the fk was wrong with his fkin TTR on that tar section 'till I fkin realized it was the fkin obnoxious fkin barstud in front with a fkin noisy end can!
LOL. Do they all talk like that in Tas?


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Yea they do LOL, I'm a little careful on the video so not to swear. Not that I talk much but I should pull my finger out & refit my mic but I have new helmets since I last spoke on a video.

I end up leading the rides so miss out on getting another bike in shot, I do have one video where I was talking but on the WRR, however it was pretty stock with the  OEM Bridgestones....I have shared it on previous posts. For those that missed it

Cheers Terry



-- Edited by TerryK on Monday 2nd of March 2020 08:37:49 AM

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