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RevZilla Rides RawHyde

RevZilla Rides RawHyde http://revzilla.com/rawhyde?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=RevZilla_Rides_RawHyde We sent our most hardened RevZillans to RawHyde Adventures in Southern California for a crash course (pun only slightly intended) in all things ADV. And all in the name of proudly announcing our new endeavor as the official Gear Partner of RawHyde Adventures. We saw lots of rain, a ton of mud and had an incredible learning experience with the best ADV crew in the business. Be sure to check out http://revzilla.com/rawhyde for more info.


 


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Held Phantom II Gloves Review at RevZilla.com
Held Phantom II Gloves Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/held-phantom-ii-gloves?utm_source=youtub e.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Held_Phantom_II_Gloves The Held Phantom 2 Gloves are the latest generation of the popular Phantom gloves that received several upgrades for 2013. The Phantom 2 have a new knuckle construction that is made of a single piece of TPU with a titanium cover that is bonded to the glove without using screws. The Phantom 2 have an updated fit with a knuckle construction that better shapes to the hand and a cuff that eliminates some bulk. The Phantom is fully constructed of kangaroo leather with additional protection provided by SuperFabric and Stingray leather. The new cuff construction is better shaped to the wrist and uses SuperFabric for abrasion resistance. At the palm side, one layer or kangaroo across the inside of the knuckles was removed to increase grip feel. For additional comfort, flex areas have been added to the thumb, index and middle finger. The original Phantom has been a rider favorite since it hit the market in 2005 and the updates for this year are all welcomed additions. The Phantom 2 will be offered in 6 color options and in Held numeric sizes 7-12.





2014 Motorcycle Tires Buying Guide at RevZilla.com
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REV'IT! Nautilus Jacket Review at RevZilla.com
REV'IT! Nautilus Jacket Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/revit-nautilus-jacket?utm_source=youtube .com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=REVIT_Nautilus_Jacket The REV'IT! Nautilus Jacket is a new offering from Rev'it that is designed for cooler weather riding and has a sport touring profile. The Nautilus uses a combination of 600D polyester, wax polyester in high wear areas, and Lorica at the back of the elbows for additional abrasion resistance. While there are no vents on the Nautilus, a breathable waterproof Hydratex lining will help the rider evaporate sweat in moderate temperatures. For cooler days, a full sleeve detachable thermal liner can be zipped into place and is easily removed when the temperature rises. CE approved Knox armor comes equipped in the shoulders and elbows and the Nautilus is prepared for the SeeSoft CE Level 2 back protector upgrade. Reflective areas at the shoulders, upper arms and back help increase visibility and is also prepared to take the REV'IT! Vest Connector HV. Offered in 4 color options and in sizes XS-4XL.





Bell Rogue Helmet Review at RevZilla.com
Bell Rogue Helmet Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/bell-rogue-helmet?utm_source=youtube.com &utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Bell_Rogue_Helmet In a word, Badass. The new Bell Rogue helmet is like nothing we've ever seen before. The Rogue conjures images of menacing characters like Bane, Sub Zero, and even Cobra Commander. The Rogue helmet looks like a half helmet, but offers more protection against the elements than most 3/4 helmets. The adjustable and removable muzzle has been optimized to provide rider comfort against road debris, bugs and even cold wind with the separate breath guard in place. The molded TPU structure of the muzzle is not designed to protect against impact, but would certainly be more protective than an open face helmet. Multiple shell and EPS liners allow for a better fit across the entire size range and the removable and washable interior encompasses more of the head than most 3/4 helmets. A unique Fidlock magnet makes for easy installation of the muzzle and can be slipped off by raising the muzzle. For those who typically ride with an open or half helmet and a bandanna, think of this as your half helmet and bandanna on steroids. Offered in 4 color options and in sizes XS-2XL.





RawHyde's California Adventure
www.rawhyde-offroad.com RawHyde's new tour "California Adventure" is an epic motorcycle ride, on road and off... through the great Golden State. Video shot and edited by Stephen Gregory www.gregoryvideo.com





RawHyde Adventure Part II - The Adventure CV
Hi Gang, This the the second part of the RawHyde Adventure School. After the Introduction to Adventure course I took the first two day and the day at Base Camp Alpha, I decided to take the Adventure CV ride. On this ride we crossed into Death Valley via Goler Pass which is the toughest way to enter into Death Valley. You will see from this album how tough it was! What an amazing adventure. Hope you enjoy, Keith





The $3,000, brand-new motorcycle - /RideApart
At just $3,195, both the Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit cafe racer and Heist bobber massively undercut every other motorcycle out there. At just 250cc, they're also smaller than most bikes. Bargain or bogus? Grant and Wes take CCW CEO Scott Colosimo riding in the California desert to find out. For more on motorcycles and CCW, check out http://hellforleathermagazine.com





RawHyde Adventure Part I HD.mp4
Hi Gang, This is the first album about my trip to RawHyde Adventure School. I took the Intro to Adventure class and then did the CV ride into Death Valley. The experience was fantastic! The people I meet (all with similar enjoyment of the sport and adventure bikes) were a really special group of people. I have had no idea my bike (1200GS) would be able to handle this type of terrain. I learned that it can! Such a beautiful place





R1200GSW Full Service Spark Plug Change Part Three
My DIY 12000KM servicing for R1200GSW.





Triumph Tiger 800 XC and Tiger Explorer 1200 Review: Cat Video
The Tiger 800 XC and Tiger Explorer 1200 are a direct attack on BMW's F800GS Siegfried and R1200GS Roy, but the Triumphs are well capable of standing on their own merits. That raises another question, which big cat to take home? http://OneWheelDrive.Net puts the two Tigers to the test to find out, in our take on that standard internet meme - the cat video. Check out the Twisted Throttle bits for the: - Triumph Explorer 1200 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLlrzjABTCY - Triumph Tiger 800 XC http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0-W2EejDlc Music: Heet Seas - Stupid Game http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/975737/stupid-game TRONIC - Journey Into Cyberspace - MG-Rizzello - Outro http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a103916/tronic-journey-into-cyberspace DUB TERMINATOR - Dub Terminator Instrumentals - DISTANCE http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a53032/dub-terminator-instrumentals PhOniAndFlOrE - The Sound of Factory - Dub To DnB http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/475828/dub-to-dnb Diverse - Night http://soundcloud.com/diverse-music/diverse-night-free-download Diverse - Solaris http://soundcloud.com/diverse-music/diverse-solaris Marvin Jouno - Eclipse - Les chers leaders http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a64812/clipse Professor Kliq - Curriculum Vitae - Lift (Always Dewaele) http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a109465/curriculum-vitae Air One - Evolution - Symphonic http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a101244/evolution





Triumph Tiger 800 Review
Ok so I have had my Tiger 800 a year now so I thought it would be a good idea to do a review on it. I have tryed to mix it up a little bit with this video so there are some of my usual helmet cam shots to a little music but then I get a little creative (only a little mind). I do have to warn you that on this video I get infront of the camera & talk alot.......... aparently when talking about motorbikes I like the sound of my own voice! So I appologise that this video is quite long!





BMW GS Off-Road Academy - Rawhyde Adventures
We check out the latest off-road offering from BMW, specifically the GS, at Rawhyde Adventures.





Rawhyde Adventure Camp
Rawhyde Adventure Camp





Raw Hyde
Promo film for RawHyde Adventures, BMW Off-Road Academy by Greg Hren Photography.





City Slickers...summer of 2012 !
Riding around Quebec city , having fun with the KTM SMC 690. facebook : City Slickers facebook: Satch Unrated





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