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  • Offline BRITINFRANCE   fr

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    Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    on: Mar 09, 2018, 10.23 pm
    Mar 09, 2018, 10.23 pm
    Hi there, thank you for checking out this video,   :046: In this video I am returning from the Benediction moto at Sainte Baume in the Var. Where all the bikers can take communion, and after the bike gets splashed in Holy Water !! I get my dunking leaving the site  :008: The video of the ascention to the benediction if you would like to view is 25 mins of breath taking country side, but I did not post it here, because I feel it might be too long to captivate your attention!!!  :021: Leave a message and I can post you the link!! In this clip, I enter the twisties that go up to the village of la Garde Friegnet ( google it ) from Cannets des Mures, as you can see there is still snow by the side of the road, three days before it was under 30cm and inpracticable!! thats the beuaty of this area of France , the climate changes so quickly,  so quick sometimes you miss it  :008: If you have enjoyed this video please leave a comment  :062: I dont charge anything :008: but it is an encouragement that does not go unnoticed, I do spend a lot of time putting these videos together and my "Sat Nav" wants to know why I spend so much time on the Ordi!!!! :031: :031: and less with her  :745:



    Thank you so much for you imput

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    Re: Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    Reply #1 on: Mar 10, 2018, 01.35 pm
    Mar 10, 2018, 01.35 pm
    thanks BIF, as always that was well worth the time for the veiws and the road twisties alone.  :028:
    Dont know if i'd ride out with no lid or jacket though, it did still look cold.
    You must be very hard.  :745:
    keep it shiny side up !!!

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    Re: Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    Reply #2 on: Mar 10, 2018, 02.04 pm
    Mar 10, 2018, 02.04 pm
     :047: enjoyed that BIF, thanks for posting. Watched it on YouTube and subscribed mate so I’ll look forward to future vids.  :028:
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    Re: Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    Reply #3 on: Mar 14, 2018, 08.21 pm
    Mar 14, 2018, 08.21 pm
    Nice video, thanks for posting. What mode were you using? Sport, manual or drive

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    Re: Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    Reply #4 on: Mar 15, 2018, 08.55 am
    Mar 15, 2018, 08.55 am
    Well thanks guys for the replies :152: Sad news I dropped the sony action cam!! :013: and it fell directly onto the tiny lens and broke it :003: Good news is i found a new lens on flee bay so should be able too carry on with the vids,  I have also been given a Hero 3 GoPro to be able to change the videos from a single camera take, also purchased a Sony digital voice recorder to capture the sound better and do away with all wind noise :008:

    Pistnbroke merci for your support and words :028:
    Dave56, thanks again for subscribing to my channel :821:
    NiteNurse, thanks for leaving your comment, I was in manual mode, I decide when to change like that  :007:
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    Re: Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    Reply #5 on: Mar 15, 2018, 05.43 pm
    Mar 15, 2018, 05.43 pm
    Nice one Tony, no chance of squaring off the tyres on that road mate. :305:


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    Re: Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    Reply #6 on: Mar 16, 2018, 09.09 am
    Mar 16, 2018, 09.09 am
    Thanks BIF very enjoyable. :062:
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    Re: Blasting the road up to La Garde Freignet, lots of twisties
    Reply #7 on: May 28, 2018, 10.43 pm
    May 28, 2018, 10.43 pm
    thanks Yasko  :028:

    Hartley, I plan to go to Argeles sur Mer, in France on the Spanish border for 9 June and the 5 Terres in Italy on 8 September both with Navigator,  :169:  that should wear the center down a little as its nearly all the way on the motorways :013: :003: and Nav and I with the full kitchen sink we should weigh in around the 450/500kg  :745:
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