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Beer Can Hill TV
Ah memories. Put a BVU-800 on a Bob trailer with a stand alone generator and it’s far superior to any HD jiggly pokery
What do ya mean there’s this thing called digital technology?
What? U-matic tapes have been superseded?!? Gawd, I’ve only just got my head around Web 2.0 and the delights of YouTube! Speaking of such, here’s link love to the exclusive Beer Can Hill channel. Yes we do like Ultravox.
Drumroll, for your perusal here’s two home-produced videos of exceedingly dodgy quality.
They’d look better if the industry standard was still U-matic.
Mr Soiler & I made a nifty little video presentation of the 2006 BCH chrissy lights. Note: it’s only two shagged out 700C rims, lights and numerous zipties on the shadecloth blind.
We’ve got advanced techie plans for next year, as have for acquiring appropriate video imaging software. I’ll admit the video editing interface has simplified somewhat since I did post-production in the 80′s, although industry heavyweights like Dean Semler have nothing to worry about and should be able to sleep quite soundly at night.
Here’s a little vid I put together of the 2007 Amy’s Ride. As many of you present down there on the day would know, the westerly was an absolute bastard and combined with the 30C+ temps, I’m damn pleased I made the correct decision to not ride either of the courses. However, to those brave souls who actually completed the 70km & 120km, the Alex Lloyd pop tune is for you.
Rather schmaltzy but the thought is there, as the estimated 2,700 riders suffered a hellva lot more than me!Despite the gale force winds, I had a enthralling day riding around the thriving metropolis of Geelong, enjoying a java and mint slice at Cafe 9 Zero (Hi Russ!), then contending with the delights of the Princes
traffic sewer Highway.
To top off our meanderings around the foreshore, pedally and I were savagely belted off the road by a feral gust of wind on Hearne Parade while riding out to Limeburners Point. Ouch. Luckily no real damage incurred other than scuffed bartape and a adrenaline surge.More here on Amy’s Ride and the Jayco Bay Classic.
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