1. patrick 6 years ago

    lol… can’t believe that guy in the opel caravan was trying to get away from you!

    p.s.: missing wheelies and stoppies ;)

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    ptsp 6 years ago

    haha yea I know! first ride with a big bike man!

  3. Ignacio 6 years ago

    Great vid Piers!, nice music, but I would like to hear a little bit more the KTM engine… Especially when it reach almost the red zone of the tach.

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    ptsp 6 years ago

    Thanks, yea the engine sounds amazing, the trouble is the mic is pretty shite and on playback the sound is really bad.

  5. Jamie 6 years ago

    awesome video – what’s the tune?

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    ptsp 6 years ago

    Thanks man, music is Cut Chemist: Sound of the Police.

    For his latest solo release, Sound of the Police, Cut takes the same approach, using only a single turntable, a mixer, a loop pedal, and a collection of records with a particular focus on Ethiopian and Afro-Brazilian tunes. Created to serve as a template for his appearance opening for legendary Ethiopian musician Mulatu Astatke last year, Sound of the Police is a fascinating display of physical and musical dexterity, bringing together disparate elements to create a listening experience that is as educational as it is impressive and listenable.

    Recorded as two 20-minute-long tracks, Cut Chemist’s latest release connects the dots between the aesthetics of hip-hop and the music from which it derives – and as with his previous mixes it is a one-of-a-kind experience that instantly sets the mood and digs deep into the artistry of turntablism.

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