Chronicles of Curves 1234.

Discussion in 'Touring Northern Thailand - Trip Reports Forum' started by dirthonk, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. dirthonk

    dirthonk Ol'Timer

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    continuing on the theme of my earlier video, here is a clip from doi mae salong down to the 1089 intersection. i left DMS at 5.45 and conditions were perfect.



    hope you enjoy.
     
  2. Ian Bungy

    Ian Bungy Ol'Timer

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    Great Stuff Luke, Nice Sponsors as well, KY :shock: Keep it up Mate!!! :wink:
     
  3. dirthonk

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    oh dear, another drunken posting happyfoot? the speedo reads 17km/hr. not 170. speeding is exceedingly dangerous on thai roads and i personally make a concerted effort not to. irresponsible is a word i dont want whispered alongside my name. cheapskate is already bad enough!! hehehe!
     
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    yes speeding on thai roads can be dangerous ,

    especially this road where i have studied the asphalt every meter from nearbye going steep uphill on mountainbike while my sweat is dripping all over the road and can make it very slippery , and on top of that sometimes zigzagging from one side to the other to get over the hill , leaving the banana rests , i hope that is not too irresponsible

    nice vdo ,

    cheers
     
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    Nice position for the camera, like the vdo. Shall try this position, next time I go riding.
     

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