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death city

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I like watching moto vloggers on youtube, especially the ones that are doing it in the city. I feel like i'm with them, on a ride through their city, experiencing the streets through their eyes and maybe even get a glimpse of what it's like over there without watching walkaround tours that will probably take more than two hours to watch.
Are there any that you can recommend, or maybe you yourself are one of them?

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HippoDrone

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Premises187 is one of my favourite city vloggers
 

Drakhen99

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Man oh man, the city-based motovloggers have cajones - I have a hard time keeping my thoughts together when I'm on a country back road as it is, and it only falls apart quicker when I'm riding in the city-ish areas near me.

That's a great perspective though - watching a city-based motovlogger shows way different things in quicker videos versus a walking tour - I dig it!

-John
 

death city

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I agree with that and can confirm. You have to be mindfull of lot of things while riding and talk at the same time plus be save. In my case, since english is not my language and have to translate the words in my head while riding, it adds some flavour and spice as well.
 

Drakhen99

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Then you'd LOVE @Dewey316 's channel - he does adventure bike stuff in his videos, and shows off some amazing scenery here in the US.

-John
 
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scooterwuf

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I’ve done my share of city rides, Philadelphia, and I just returned from a week stay in Ottawa, Canada, as well as rides through small towns, backroad and freeway runs. Heavy traffic at rush hour is the only thing that makes riding more intense regardless of where you are - urban, or rural.

I didn’t have any cameras running, but my departure from Ottawa this past Monday had me riding through morning traffic in heavy rain doing 122 kph. Yeah, that was crazy, but I can say that the rain doesn’t scare me as much anymore.

- Wolf
 

Dewey316

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But the adventure trips are something completely different and special. The freedom and excitement you get from them. I loved watching the long trips series with Ewan Mcgregor
Yup. I am very much not showing city or urban riding in my videos. Adventuring is what I do. Mix of on road and off road. I try to show the best riding and places I can find.
 
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R-Rated

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I didn’t have any cameras running, but my departure from Ottawa this past Monday had me riding through morning traffic in heavy rain doing 122 kph. Yeah, that was crazy, but I can say that the rain doesn’t scare me as much anymore.

- Wolf

I hear you about riding in heavy rain. It is almost a totally different experience. Lean angles, visibility, stopping distance, and even breathing all change don't they.
 
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