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    VIDEO: Streetmasters Precision Cornering Workshop

    Hey folks!

    I just produced this little four minute promo video for Streetmasters Precision Cornering Workshop. I've taken the course twice and Jeanne just took it last month. All bikes, riders and two-ups welcome.

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    That, my friend, is one damn fine video. I want to take that class.
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    Wow, we need one of those here on the right hand coast!!!!
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    Thanks very much, Robert...what a great video. I gotta take that class. I'll bet, even after 40 years of riding, that I would benefit a great deal.

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    Hi Robert !

    Outstanding production, great video clips and tight edits. Keep up the great work.
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    Very good Video...

    One thing.

    It would be better if you added a lower thirds name of the streetmasters instructors like Walt and Nancy, etc.

    I've taken the course and wholeheartedly endorse it. You will be a better rider as a result of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCJIMMY View Post
    It would be better if you added a lower thirds name of the streetmasters instructors like Walt and Nancy, etc.
    Hi Jim,

    During the edit we wrestled with lower thirds and built the graphics out. In the end we decided it looked odd to only have one lower third since Nancy was not on camera long enough to support it.

    Thanks for taking time to view and comment!

    Robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by b52g View Post
    Wow, we need one of those here on the right hand coast!!!!
    Just to name two I'm familiar with; Stayin' Safe and Riders Workshop are both out of this area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b52g View Post
    Wow, we need one of those here on the right hand coast!!!!
    I'm not familiar with Streetmasters curriculum, so no comment on that. i like that they run it on a track, but that also limits locations of operation.
    however, we will again be offering MSF's Advanced Rider Course (ARC) at the MOA National this year- Wed, Th & Fri. ya'll might (will!) find that to be a very good program.
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    I need that course. I am still uncomfortable w/ quick sharp cornering and sighting the curve at speed.
    Most times I slow down and take it slower than I could.
    Also still not comfortable w/ my top heavy feeling BMW in a steep lean.
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    Thumbs up Streetmasters Motorcycle Workshops

    Quote Originally Posted by mckayprod View Post
    That, my friend, is one damn fine video.
    Yes it is Rob !! Great job !!

    Quote Originally Posted by lakemaker View Post
    Thanks very much, Robert...what a great video. I gotta take that class. I'll bet, even after 40 years of riding, that I would benefit a great deal.
    Yes you would Rick.....so when are we gonna see you there ??
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    Fantastic! Thanks for all the hard work it took to bring us this inspiration!

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    Great job on the video! I don't know my lower thirds from my better half, but the production values are excellent and it makes me want to take the class - if only I wasn't 3000 miles away...................

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    Quote Originally Posted by b52g View Post
    Wow, we need one of those here on the right hand coast!!!!
    Yes siree Bob!

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    Looks like an awesome course!
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