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Not to mention.... it's DARK over there. India government doesn't pay for street lights? I guess not.
( 3rd world problems. The country time forgot. )
But hey! The KTM 390 bikes are made there! Hahahaha!
 

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I don't know how you guys do it... the traffic and apparent lack of road rules in your area is NUTS!
Just like anything else, I guess you get used to it but I'd sh!t myself if I had to ride in those conditions. :)
I have to be extra careful to make sure no one bumps into me.
Eyes at the back of my head lol
But riding in such conditions make you a pro at ridign in traffic and become able to ride on any road anywhere in the world :nerd:

Not to mention.... it's DARK over there. India government doesn't pay for street lights? I guess not.
( 3rd world problems. The country time forgot. )
But hey! The KTM 390 bikes are made there! Hahahaha!
Good thing R3 has some awesome headlamps.
Yep, KTM's are made here and Rc390 is wayyy cheaper than R3 here.

The price drop is like Ninja300>R3>BenelliTNT300>RC390>CBR250
 

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I don't know how you guys do it... the traffic and apparent lack of road rules in your area is NUTS!
Just like anything else, I guess you get used to it but I'd sh!t myself if I had to ride in those conditions.
Seriously. How is insurance over there? Expensive?

Keep up the good work. As far as riders and VLOGs, the more the merrier I say. I think spreading goodwill and stuff about the joys of riding to bring new riders into the fold is great. Non-riders don't know what they're missing and motorcycles and riders are so misconstrued by the general public.
 

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Seriously. How is insurance over there? Expensive?

Keep up the good work. As far as riders and VLOGs, the more the merrier I say. I think spreading goodwill and stuff about the joys of riding to bring new riders into the fold is great. Non-riders don't know what they're missing and motorcycles and riders are so misconstrued by the general public.
Haha...Insurance is pretty cheap and full coverage does not cost so much.
I would say its about 1/10th of the cost of the bike.

Also, yes riding brings you back to reality. You are one with the machine and the Road.
You learn new respect for life and other riders.
In a car you are protected and almost in a situation where its no different from watching a TV from your couch.

As someone rightly said, 4 wheels move the body, 2 wheels move the soul.

PS i'm not a fulltime motovlogger, this is just a hobby. My upload frequency is very slow but I do appreciate your comments and suggestions as it motivates me and helps me learn.:)
 

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What are you using to record and edit your videos.. I've been thinking about giving it a try when it starts to warm up
 

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J559 use Adobe premier. Sony Vegas is wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy more complicated and has a tendency to mess with the contrast of your videos. Use premiere, here is a video of my vlog made using premiere https://youtu.be/HOwMe9ESblk

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