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    Default Honda CBR1000RR Road Bike.

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    Not quite the same, but looks similar to the CBR1100XX that I *rode* last month. I *love* that BlackBird... Nice picture! Thanks for the flashback memory! Now, if we could just get out of winter...
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    It's going to fall over.
    And you'll probably get a lot more views/responses if you embed the image here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk66 View Post
    It's going to fall over.
    And you'll probably get a lot more views/responses if you embed the image here.
    Thanks for the info.

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    Cool shot!! love the lighting here.
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    My daughter purchased one of these years ago and asked me to ride it. After spending my entire life with bikes with ape hangers, I couldnt figure it out.

    Love the lower perspective you shot the photo but the angle leaves my neck a bit sore. The lighting on it is superb. I noticed the round shadow but the light source seems to be coming from one angle. May I ask what set up you used?

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    I'm guessing a speedlight camera left, and another speedlight used as sort of a kicker / fill right of the camera near the front of the bike, pointed back.

    (looking at the flares on the helmet gives away the position of the lights. But a nice smooth lighting strobist pic.)
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    Great angle and lighting technique.
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