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S21FOLGORE
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« on: May 10, 2024, 12:41:46 PM »



Ok, so it doesn’t really work well as a “tutorial” video, because I didn’t make it for that purpose.
But, since this section of the forum is (sort of) pretty much dead, I just decided to start this thread.
I don’t even know how many “short” riders are on this forum at this moment, but surely I couldn’t be the only one tip-toed dancer.

So, to mount and dismount, it’s pretty simple.

Don’t look at the tail section.
Lower the head, keep elbows bent, move the upper torso as parallel as possible to the ground.
You just have to understand you need to tilt down your torso, to do high kick.




(Maybe I should take some screen shot of the video. Sometimes, still photos / illustrations are better than the videos.)
But, keep in mind that protective motorcycle riding gears are not meant for doing such stunt.

Also, you do need to stretch, regularly.
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« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2024, 06:18:03 AM »

How NOT to drop your Ducati Monster at stop [Short film /Mini tips for short riders]



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Mini tip video for short riders under 5’5”, 125lb.
Also, a short experimental film at the same time.

 Well, I guess it’s more of a filmmaking exercise.

“The purpose of art is to communicate what the artist is feeling through their medium of work”

 I have a (short) story to tell, and I have chosen this medium to tell that story.
(Meaning that I could have done it with text and illustration, for example.)



I don’t watch motorcycle videos on Youtube anymore, at all.
I've stopped watching them years and years ago.
 So, I have no idea what's trendy there.

I don't think this video would appeal to the vast majority of the motorcycle video viewers on this platform.

It doesn't matter.
I don't care.

I just have a story to tell ... and a story begins with a guy on a motorcycle…
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