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Any members here representing the city of churches (adelaide)? Wanting to know numbers so we can meet up for a ride and compare bikes/upgrades etc.

So far we have

Robbo14
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Where are you guys dont be shy
 

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Wow where's the representation Adelaide
 

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o/ But you already knew I was down here lol

I went for half a hills run today, the day started out so well but the weather couldn't make up its mind and it started pouring down. My mate and I turned around and ended our run early :(

 

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I havnt been in the hills for a few weeks, last trip was about 260 km.

Is that a GO PRO?
 

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I havnt been in the hills for a few weeks, last trip was about 260 km.

Is that a GO PRO?
Yeah it is, love it :D I have about 1-1.5 terabyte of GoPro footage on my PC, going to need a new HDD soon :D
 

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Yeah it is, love it :D I have about 1-1.5 terabyte of GoPro footage on my PC, going to need a new HDD soon :D
Gotta get my hands on one to, any accessories that are a must have?
 

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If you don't already own one I'd recommend buying the Motorsport Edition, comes with camera, J-hook mounting bracket (useful for attaching to helmet), couple of adhesive mounts. Anything else is really up to you. I got the Suction Cup mount which is great for the fuel tank, windscreen blocks a tiny bit of the view but it's still pretty decent - also versatile in "I want to put my camera here in a non-permanent fashion just to see what the footage will look like", and sticking it to your mates' bikes to get views of your back end or headlights. I also have the Rollbar mount for the front fork (see picture above :))
 

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If you don't already own one I'd recommend buying the Motorsport Edition, comes with camera, J-hook mounting bracket (useful for attaching to helmet), couple of adhesive mounts. Anything else is really up to you. I got the Suction Cup mount which is great for the fuel tank, windscreen blocks a tiny bit of the view but it's still pretty decent - also versatile in "I want to put my camera here in a non-permanent fashion just to see what the footage will look like", and sticking it to your mates' bikes to get views of your back end or headlights. I also have the Rollbar mount for the front fork (see picture above :))

$299.99
HD HERO2:
Motorsports Edition

Looks the goods
 

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It's virtually the same price online or in the city, so cut the waiting time out and just head to somewhere in town that sells them. I know Diamonds Cameras (corner of Pulteney and Rundle) do and Bills Motorcycles do, I'm guessing many other camera and bike places would too.
 

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Had a look in peter stevans on Saturday, $399 for hero 2 motorsport edition. FML

In the states the go Pro hero is going for $199 and GoPro Hero2 is $299
 

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Wow I heard that Peter Stevens jacks up the prices on stuff but seriously, that is ridiculous. Try Diamonds Cameras on the corner of Pulteney and Rundle Street (just behind HJ's), they *should* still be doing it at $299. Otherwise check Bills' Motorcycles (Hutt Street I think), I think they mark the prices up a bit but I don't think it'd be as high as Peter Stevens does.
 

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Another Adelaide CBR owner

Hey all,

I'm in Adelaide as well, black 2012 CBR250R-ABS with a grand total of 800km on its (and my!) dial.

Regards,

Dave
 

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anyone up for a ride? :D
 

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anyone...:(
 
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