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    Touring videos of Scotland on an RT!

    Hi all,
    After some 50 years of mototorcycling my touring has finally been forced to end. Surprisingly ( or not) I have found the scottish highlands to have some of the most enjoyable roads for my type of riding and would like to pass on to you all the pleasures of such roads....probably most of you will have seen these roads anyway, but who knows!.

    There are 43 uploads to YouTube....and can be found by searching for "munrobaggins" or click here..it is a channel, but the movies are all road going and predominately of the NW highlands....I regularly did 350 miles or so during the day and quite often a lot more....heaven.

    So as for the rides to be complete without massive cutting I have used movie compression of various extent, but I don't think this detracts from their overall interest....the added music on most tracks is courtesy of largely automatic selection by YouTube themselves. The cameras used ( fairing and latterly headcam (Contour HD) I bought because of their capabilities,field of view being large and excellent aerodynamics for motorcycling.

    I hope that you enjoy my efforts

    Ride safely

    Munrobaggins (Elgin )
    Last edited by (RIP) baggins; 12-04-13 at 13:02. Reason: Missing camera manufacturers name

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    Good videos there. Thanks for pointing out your channel

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    MODERATOR help requested

    Quote Originally Posted by columbus View Post
    Good videos there. Thanks for pointing out your channel
    And thank to you too...

    Being less than mentally. astute at the moment, I had started a new thread, but ideally I now recognise that the Discover Scotland stickie one may have been more appropriate.

    Unfortunately I don't have the knowledge as to how to make some sort of viable link between the stickie thread Discover Scotland and my own stand alone thread.

    Can a "moderator" please help with this

    Thanks in advance

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    Many thanks for sharing these with us

    RIP Roger

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    Shame that...good vids....lifes a shitter sometimes...

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    Utube

    Some great memories in there.
    Thanks for sharing.

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