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Old 03-29-2015, 06:38 PM
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does anybody know where there's any videos online of some high performance boat driving instruction videos not just somebody run over a bunch of big ass ways. I'm talking about twin engine handling
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Little late responding but it would be nice to see a docking vid or tips for those who are iffy about docking or loading onto a ramp. And high speed driving. I believe there is a few but most learn in the water.
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Regie made one, but it was more of a video sales brochure than an instructional video...
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I watched that Reggie video, kinda cool in its own way. I actually wrote a long email to Tres Martin asking about possible videos, online classes, book, or something for those of us w/out the scratch for his class.. Never bothered to respond to me. Pretty dissapointing really... Guess if you dont have the coin for the class you might as well be nobody...
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or webinars

really that is not bad idea what you are saying ^^^^.

years ago many motorcycle pro road racers after they retired made vidoes and wrote books on how to drive bikes and race bikes

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Agree 100%, and I'm a motorcycle rider; I know exactly what your talking about. I've read all of Brock Yates books too... Offshore powerboat racing appears to be a dying sport at least compaired to the old Cowboy days when big V bottoms ruled.. I wish there was more literature.. I've read blue thunder and the other Don books, even read SeaRace; gotta be dedicated to do that! I'd really love to see some more stuff especially if it came in the form or instruction/story/ect type stuff..

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Keith Code and Freedie Spencer started it all in the Motorcycle world for books and videos. I actually use to motorcycle dirt track way back in my day.
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Originally Posted by BUP View Post
Keith Code and Freedie Spencer started it all in the Motorcycle world for books and videos. I actually use to motorcycle dirt track way back in my day.
I actually have all the twist of the wrist videos.. Lol.
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I attended the Keith Code class in San Francisco in the 80's when the track was Sears Point LOL
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well this started the motorcycle movie real deal for everyone. Man I remember when that came out and watched it a crap load of times.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iDfmhZAiUA
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