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Cool! American roads are a bit to straight for my taste, nice to see that some of them actually have turns not solely to account for the curvature of Earth. Especially there at the end, almost european.

I got a GoPro this summer but I managed to crash the first time i mounted it on the bike.. so I left it at the shelf, maybe I'll publish something next year. Norway may lack in many respects but one thing we have in abundance is twisty and narrow roads.
 

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Cool! American roads are a bit to straight for my taste, nice to see that some of them actually have turns not solely to account for the curvature of Earth. Especially there at the end, almost european.

I got a GoPro this summer but I managed to crash the first time i mounted it on the bike.. so I left it at the shelf, maybe I'll publish something next year. Norway may lack in many respects but one thing we have in abundance is twisty and narrow roads.
Oh we've got some twisties over here too, don't be fooled. I only wish my camera didn't die before we got closer to the foothills, there were some interesting 180deg banked turns there I wish I got footage of. Sorry to hear about your crash, I'm glad you're ok and hope you're back on the horse soon! Would love to see what kind of terrain Norway has to offer. :encouragement:
 
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