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American-V 87: September/October 2017
ROADTESTED: Indian Chieftain Limited; Harkley-Davidson XL1200CX Roadtster in H-D Cafe Racer P&A
CUSTOMS: Andy Bacon's Evo Softail, Blackie's Swedish-style Shovelhead, Nick Botting's Supercharged 4-Cam
EVENTS: Wheels and Waves 2017 (inc El Rollo and Punk's Peak), Sportster60th event at Gaydon Museum, Unwanted MCC, All Indian Rally, Greedy Pigs Charity Bash, Northat V-Twin Buell Day at Jack's Hill Cafe
HERITAGE: Hogfather's Tsunami survivor rebuild: Part 1
SPORT: Preview of next issue's DirtQuake report of sorts, using MSD's race winning XG750R
... hence the video resolution: think we had fast swallows back then but they couldn't take the weight of high res files – can't remember of they were African or European ones – even if people had the bandwidth to download them :-)
Remembered it after checking out Benny's new business, Mutt Motorcycles, at the weekend.
No clever tricks were employed in the making of this, apart from stopping the camera when we stopped for lunch: it really was done in a day – as was the final build up, just with more bodies around to help.
All this roadtesting and reviewing stuff is all well and good but most of it is chasing around, being somewhere else or outrunning the weather/light with little opportunity to grab pics of the stuff.
On the bright side, it gives you a good excuse on a sunny day – when you really should be beating your head against a keyboard – to put on the the stuff that is being reviewed and head to somewhere that isn't the back yard.
With a clever camera, tripod and too short a fuse – apologies to anyone within earshot – I didn't only get the new Draggin' Jeans Roo Hoody and Lindstrands Drizzle Boots for this issue, but the slammed Ikon shocks for next issue's Reviews Revisted!
Technically, it could be a follow-up for the Sony QX10 camera, too, which combined with the Blackview BV6000 rugged phone did a half-decent job of being a photographer for an hour: framing pics by remote control is so much easier than using self-timers, and it's only a shame that I didn't have a remote control tripod that I could send scurrying around using bluetooth!