At first, I had plans to take the bike out on Friday but the battery was flat. That meant I needed to go get a battery charger and recharge it. Now that the battery is in good nick, we can now take the bike out for a run. I’ve had many of the channel followers encourage me to get back in the saddle and take the bike for a spin, but as there is no group rides happening, I didn’t see the point in a solo ride. Things are looking up though and depending on how things pan out over the next few months, we could see some more ride videos. I just need to tweak the video and audio quality to present the best footage for our viewers. Over the next few weeks, I’ll do some rides around our district as I tweak some of the essential quality metrics so stay tuned.
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We have many motorcycle enthusiasts who follow our channel who tell me they want more moto vlogging videos so they can get the real feel of the ride here in Thailand. If you want more of this style of video, you need to comment and let me know.
It's about time I got my haircut now that the salons are open again but I couldn't believe the outrageous price she demanded!
My mate Todd found a potential house in Salaya so I pinged Bolt to see if he was up for a ride around so we could check out the location.