Friday, July 16, 2010

Scoot Commute Boogie

Another great use for the RAM mount I added to my Vespa LX150 is to hold a digital camera.

Another great use for a digital camera is to make digital movies.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what better way to share the sheer joy of my scoot commute than a five minute video: that's more than three-and-a-half million words can say!!

OK... so it's a little grainy, but I think you can begin to see why the scoot commute is a real HOOT!!

The footage starts on Charlevoix street crossing the Lachine Canal, then along St-Patrick and under a couple of railroad bridges, then along Lakeshore road, ending at the Pointe Claire village.

The ride is way longer than 5 minutes, but the clips were craftily trimmed to match Colin James's rendition of 'The Boogie Twist', truly a great riding and driving tune.

Ride safely now.

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