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 WITH ON BOARD MOTORCYCLE VIDEO SYSTEM

Welcome to VIDEOBIKE a web site dedicated to helping you out with advice on the purchase and fitment of Motorcycle or helmet mounted video cameras systems, bullet cameas etc. I have been operating a video mounted system on my Honda VFR 800 for a number of years and touch wood, now have a systen I am now happy with. Footage obtained from training has been edited and a DVD produced.

However there are some clips on Youtube, well to be honest quite a few, here is one where I encourage you to use your skills in assessing the ride:

 

Later in the morning same rider.....

Carol on her Suzuki

Looking at a rider on a ROSPA test through some bends

 

Alison Silcox - Motorcycle News 2007

Road Safety Clips

 

Limited number of videos now posted at:

www.bestbikingroads.com

Review by David Robertson - www.bestbikingroads.com

This was an interesting and informative DVD that consists of loads of good quality of 'on-bike' footage filmed from the instructor's motorcycle, hence it makes for a quite entertaining and educational viewing. Strong points were good commentary on the student's riding technique, great quality footage broken up into sections to help viewers understand the essential riding skills and a real feeling that you had participated in a riding lesson/assessment.

Verdict: A great accompaniment to a book such as Motorcycle Roadcraft or other such theoretical publications, everyone can learn something from such a DVD put together by a top-flight motorcycle instructor, well worth a look.

and on Motorcycle News

Bend Assessment & Cat & Fiddle

Thank you! these videos not only show that riders can and will ride safely and can still enjoy the ride. We should encourage more of this and show more government bodies that motorbikes and there riders are resposible people. What i have also found very pleasant is that a policeman or ex policeman wants to help and has found his own way of passing on his knowledge without ramming a safety message down our throats. This should be applauded and encouraged. Thank you and enjoyable riding!

CHONKY 23.7.2007

 

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