Over the past week, I’ve discovered MotoVlog.com – a Forum dedicated to Motovlogging. The community has been very welcoming and has proven to be an excellent resource for this new hobby of mine. In addition to a wealth of information, the forum has also introduced me to a number of fellow Motovloggers from all over the world.
One of my recent YouTube Subscriptions has been to the Moto Mengy Motovlog Channel. Mengy is a Pennsylvania resident who produces video content in and around Berks County on his Honda Goldwing. He recently posted a video titled “What Kind of Road Suites You Best?” This was a response to a question posed by another Motovlogger – Maikeli7.
It seems a little strange to create a Video Response to a Video Response – I can’t help feel like I’m butting in on a conversation. Even so, this seemed like a great topic for a novice to both Motorcycles and Motovlogging so please excuse me while I stick my nose in…
A Response Video to a Response Video
I live close to the border between Berks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania. This area has pockets of densely populated developments surrounded by rural areas. Scattered throughout are back roads through the county that offer pleasant rides with scenic views. These Back Roads are what I enjoy riding on the most. They are often less traveled than the main arteries and offer up a variety of bends, twists, and turns to keep the ride from becoming dull.
Videos Mention in the Motovlog
- Moto Mengy – What Kind of Road Suites You Best?
- Maikeli7 – What Kind of Road Suites You Best?
- KrustyBoots – First Ride After Lockdown
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