Inspiring story and one I'm excited to follow. For now I just use a GoPro Hero 8 Black with media Mod (I'm told the ulanzi battery door with the old go pro mod is better) and a cheap ebay Lavalier microphone. I edit using Adobe Premiere pro because I have a slow laptop and it has good acceleration that means editing works on the old hardware I have. I hear Filmora Wondershare/Divinci Resolve are good also and free! I'm no expert just sharing my setup if that helps.We are from Utah, in the United States, the G is for Gdawg (DSH) and D is for Deb, me.
We ride a 2007 Suzuki Bandit 1250S.
I am a 100% disabled Veteran and my husband is an amazing caregiver helping me navigate this "still abled" world around me. I like high speed, freedom of the road and cherishing life at every corner.
We are here because well. Writhing in pain, working on physical therapy, speech and everything else that comes from being "differently abled" in this world can be rough. We ride every week. Its called I can live, free of the "can no longer do's" and am totally abled while riding those miles on the back of my husbands bike.
If anyone out there "laid down" their bike so to speak and is having difficulty standing back up, I want to film and ride and show....just get back out there, ride. Ride like you didn't get blown up. Ride like nothing held you down and ride like nothing will hold you down again.
We are trying to figure out how to film our rides, how to make videos, what gear you really need and how to do it with both the passenger and driver in perspective.
Neither of us have any experience doing anything but miles on the bike.
The information out there is plenty.
We are here to learn.
Mods will need to happen on the Suzuki Bandit of our. We tend to stay in hotels over night and I would like a set up that is good for a couple who leave for the week, packed in only a tank bag.
Fewest cords, most interchangeable and least likely to "arrive at the hotel" without half the correct cords to charge.