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500cc singles

Post by 2manyrides » Mon Dec 20, 2010 5:58 pm

Oh no, not another one! :mrgreen:

Ladies and gentlemen, Enjoy my latest expose'. 500cc singles.
This time it's a music video consisting of pictures, video clips, and bikecam action. All combined with music by the "creatures of the brownroom".

Many other motorcycle videos can be found on my youtube channel.
http://www.youtube.com/user/2manyrides?feature=mhum
To the right of the featured video "bsa my bsa" there's a button to click in the "uploads box".
"see all"
There are 97 to choose from currently.

72 B50SS bought in 74, I'm the second owner
74 TR5MX bought in 77-new, I'm the original owner

Which one to ride today?

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Re: 500cc singles

Post by Ed V » Sat Jan 01, 2011 12:05 am

Nice video

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Re: 500cc singles

Post by 2manyrides » Sat Jan 01, 2011 7:28 pm

Thanks Ed, you're the first one on the block to mention anything good or bad.

I will mention these stats for all of ya...
The above video recieved a whoping 91 views in the first 2 days. 12-19 thru 12-22
But only got 20 views from 12-23 thru 12-31
On my youtube site there were 882 veiws of my videos between 12-18 and 12-30...
the above video garnishing 12.2% of the veiws...topping the list.
But they are sexy little devels (B50's) because the demographics during that period was 63% FEMALE!!!

That's a rise from all other periods I've been on youtube. Normal would be under 15%


PS I'm going to post a new mix of some footage from a year ago this is a remix of a trip I took down salmon falls road. It'll be in the owner's section, (under B50SS, but you can link to it from this too)...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2XM0jNdw1g

Thanks again,
And to everyone...
Happy New Year
<135 to 2011
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Re: 500cc singles

Post by britgaskets » Sat Jan 01, 2011 10:08 pm

Wow, the roads look great in the second clip! gazing at the frost here still on the lawn at 1pm! Have a racer guy to visit but at a higher and more ice covered altitude I'll stay here and watch your B50 ride. Garage is freezing too and I have oil line work to do so back to the videos. Hope everyone has a great and safe ;-) bike filled 2011. I never saw the salmon fall off the muffler though!
Steve
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Re: 500cc singles

Post by 2manyrides » Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:13 am

britgaskets wrote:Wow, the roads look great in the second clip! gazing at the frost here still on the lawn at 1pm! Have a racer guy to visit but at a higher and more ice covered altitude I'll stay here and watch your B50 ride. Garage is freezing too and I have oil line work to do so back to the videos. Hope everyone has a great and safe ;-) bike filled 2011. I never saw the salmon fall off the muffler though!
Steve
Steve Although I went past the falls and over the lake, I didn't stop to fish. I believe you are taking a light hearted poke at my reference to your video on a seperate thread...
And for those who still wonder...this is what I'm talking about.



I do have a recipe for crunchy peanut butter though.
Take a tin of peanuts...eat 1/3, then strap the rest to your seat. When you arrive at your destination you'll have some creamy peanut butter with chunks!
Might as well use all those vibes for something. This is dual purpose.
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Re: 500cc singles

Post by britgaskets » Sun Jan 02, 2011 1:56 am

I am going to visit a land speed record triple guy hopefully sunday if it warms a bit and think it is time for some winter Campbells soup or burrittos on the muffler video if the 441 heats up enough. The '69 R3 triple grill is going to be a great stove! :ban and good thing because I sure as heck won't be riding much considering the 441's zip these days. It will be yellow (Bumble bee R3) or that lime green so no one wants to steal it or mistake it for an investment :ban .
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