Sorry I didn't post this vid sooner, but it's taking forever for the forum web site to load (for me anyway) & I get frustrated pretty quick.
I got a new Rigid SR2 6 inch LED Light bar in a DRIVING pattern I won in a photo contest and I FINALLY got it mounted. So, I wanted to go for a night ride to see if it made much difference when added to the Rigid SR-M's I have on the handlebars, which have a SPOT pattern & the Rigid Dually's in a FLOOD pattern.
Here's a short video of a GREAT night ride I had. Man I like these lights !!
Put this short video together using part of several video's I've already uploaded in the past. But this time I've changed some things up try'in to make it more interesting.
This is actually like three video's in one. The first section shows some photo's & I used the sound track I used on another video that looks a like this one.
The middle section, also uses the same tunes in a like video, however, I've changed a few of the clips and sequences up.
The final second of video's I changed the tune to a fun time playful type tune which makes me laugh every time I watch it.
Now, the video on Youtube is blocked in Germany, so I've added a Vimeo link if there are any members from that country or if anyone has a problem watch'in the Youtuber version.
Make sure you watch it in 1080p on Youtube & Vimeo shows it in HD automatically.
Hope you all enjoy it !!
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns5ivnadXms]23 Jun 2013 Rid'in My Can Am Video Clips - YouTube[/ame]
And at Vimeo ....
Now that I have your attention ... ... I decided to go to the Uintah Mountains east of my home for a ride and check out the snow.
Where I parked the truck to unload is about 110 miles one way from my home, so I left the house at 0500 ... :coffee: ... and headed out for a Great Day of rid’in !! Stopped for some morning vittles & was on the trail by 0830. :woot:
Again, riding early like that puts the sun in a bad position for the camera … and it always seems like I’m riding into it … guess that’s better than riding off into the sunset huh !!?? … WHAT ?? :toetap05c:
A lot of the riding here is between 9000 ft and the highest elevation I reached yesterday was 10,500 ft plus … and it’s some steep country. Lots of standing dead pine trees due to a forest fire in the past and then the pine beetles aren’t helping either. But it’s still really gorgeous country. Saw a few mule deer, so that makes it interesting as well.
At the river, when it’s wide, looks slow, and you can see the bottom so easy … one never knows just how deep it might be. And riding alone, I didn’t want to end up with a drowned bike, so you’ll see, I was pretty cautious crossing the first time … and that’s some mighty cold water!!
Hope you enjoy the video and make sure to watch it in 720p or 1080p. :seeyac:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZmwfbgcwcY]19 Jun 2013 HIgh Mountain Rid'in - YouTube[/ame]