Lean In Training From My Croatian Adventure

 

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SAILING IN CROATIA + Croatian Language Lesson

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6 Tips on Riding Adventure Bike Off-road by Chris Birch

Video taken from the channel: Bin Chin


 

Visit Croatia The DON’Ts of Visiting Croatia

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Building Natural Survival Shelter Lean-to Winter Bushcraft Overnighter in Bear Country

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Learn How To Ride Fast & Safe Around Corners on Dirt and Gravel Roads Offroad Skills

Video taken from the channel: MOTOTREK


 

SAILING IN CROATIA + Croatian Language Lesson

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Lean In: Lessons From My Croatian Adventure Embrace Uncertainty. About four months ago I received an email from my friend Rob Hanly (the bearded fellow above). I Let go and Lean In! On our first night of the boat, we ended up parked next to a boat of. Lean In: Lessons From My Croatian Adventure.

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“Cities and Citizenship” by James Holston
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Freycinet had traveled the route from Sarajevo to Kostaynitsa both ways; he had rented an entire inn at Sarajevo for his depot and was now negotiating with merchants, pack drivers, and local authorities.

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On the way to our new assignment in Belgrade, my family and I stopped in Zagreb to visit friends.

“Slobodan Milosevic and the Destruction of Yugoslavia” by Louis Sell
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We arrived safely at Djakova about 6 P.M., said good-bye to our Serb friends at the entrance, and drove through the town, followed by a hooting, howling mob of Moslem boys, who hung on to the cart and poked up the cover with sticks—Marko and the driver very vexed and nervous, but bad words break no bones.

“High Albania” by M. Edith Durham
from High Albania
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These is no scarcity of water along the whole road from Belgrade to Stamboul, but the habits of our Tatar were formed by his ancestors, and not by himself, so he took good care to see that his leathern water-flask was amply charged and properly strapped to the saddle along with his blessed chibouk.

“Eothen: Traces of Travel Brought Home from the East” by Alexander William Kinglake, Barbara Kreiger
from Eothen: Traces of Travel Brought Home from the East
by Alexander William Kinglake, Barbara Kreiger
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pass through Macedonia: for I°do pass through bring = carry away.

“The Companion Bible” by Ethelbert W. Bullinger
from The Companion Bible
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  • Great stuff, very helpful, I like this dude, I play some parts over and over until I get it into the mind bank, then go out and practice. Hey Dusty for some of us just getting into ADV riding again, Some of the times it would be great to flesh it out a bit more for example I found it difficult to initially understand the inside peg pressure, perhaps it would of helped my head if you could say when hitting a right corner apply pressure to Right peg shift weight outside off seat left left knee into tank…. perhaps could further help with clarity of such a valuable chunk of experienced wisdom
    Thanks so much, so much more grinning whilst increasing my speed and ability to go a bit harder out in the dirt after watching this 10 times…
    Aces, keep up the ADV deconstructions. Great work

  • Another DON’T of Croatia don’t call Arena in Pula a Colloseum. It is not a colloseum, it is called arena. Colloseum is in Rome, Arena is in Pula. I was kind pissed while watching this video because you kept calling it colloseum lol

  • It is a sad shame men in both our countries have to explain we are not gay if we camp with another guy…i blame the media…thats why i prefer watching excellent and interesting programming like this instead.
    Keep it up!

  • Day 119, had to skip yesterday, went for a sixteen mile ride and then shoveled rock for my drive way. Super exhausted afterward, fell asleep! Slept late, weird dreams. 5a meditation made me sad. Having difficulty visualizing my dreams. 1030a finished this flow, feel good. Day 1 of my 3 day fast, gonna try meditation again, wish me luck! Thank you Cole have a beautiful day! ����✌✌

  • He says “drive the outside knee into the tank, keep the inside knee pressed tight against the tank” could someone clarify what he means? Both knees pressed into the tank?

  • You guys seem to be about the foremost practitioners of traditional lean-to videos on YouTube.  You build them well, and in some very challenging conditions.  Good job on the leave no trace too.

  • I’m gonna subscribe to this channel because I probably need all the advice I can get for off-road adventure riding and this guy seems like a good instructor, but another reason is because I just love the Fonics Monkey on the drum kit in the background…South Park joke, google it and watch the whole episode, it’s fricken funny, lol

  • I’ve never felt comfortable to ride faster than 20 MPH on unpaved roads, 10 MPH on loose gravel.
    Also, I’m tall (36 inseam) and can’t hold the tank with my knees. The knees are above the tank. I ride a 2nd gen. KLR-650. BMW GS is way too small for me (seat too low and no legroom).

  • Day 34! Cole my left hip is so tight, it hurts to stretch. It feels like my hip is fused. It feels like if it could pop it would feel amazing. Any suggestions for my hip? I know it’s due to a lot of traumatic stress

  • From start to finish, I was impressed by your explanations, and details for these types of riding conditions. Up here in Northern Cal, we have many roads such as the one you demonstrated on. That said We also have many “washboard” type roads, and these my friend are riding with much more conscious effort!
    With tires / suspension on constant move, bouncing up and down like a whack a mole game, you will be restricted by speed, and most importantly fatigue!

    Keep up the great work.

  • Whoop! Awe, hurt so good! Can’t remember how many days, like 185? Combined 2 videos loved it! Have a beautiful day Cole! ��������✌✌

  • I’ve never felt comfortable to ride faster than 20 MPH on unpaved roads, 10 MPH on loose gravel.
    Also, I’m tall (36 inseam) and can’t hold the tank with my knees. The knees are above the tank. I ride a 2nd gen. KLR-650. BMW GS is way too small for me (seat too low and no legroom).

  • Are those plates on your lower crash bars(seen at 2:27 in) custom built or an off the shelf option? They look great for protection from large protruding rocks on a fall.

  • U would finish watching Game of thrones before even realizing how many hours have past… because it is so addictive and thrilling����

  • Im from Croatia. And im just confused why would anyone talk about friking warr. Like thats like if i came to america and just causaly talk about war. Its obvious to not talk abouy war.����

  • U would finish watching Game of thrones before even realizing how many hours have past… because it is so addictive and thrilling����

  • Great stuff, very helpful, I like this dude, I play some parts over and over until I get it into the mind bank, then go out and practice. Hey Dusty for some of us just getting into ADV riding again, Some of the times it would be great to flesh it out a bit more for example I found it difficult to initially understand the inside peg pressure, perhaps it would of helped my head if you could say when hitting a right corner apply pressure to Right peg shift weight outside off seat left left knee into tank…. perhaps could further help with clarity of such a valuable chunk of experienced wisdom
    Thanks so much, so much more grinning whilst increasing my speed and ability to go a bit harder out in the dirt after watching this 10 times…
    Aces, keep up the ADV deconstructions. Great work

  • Great video. I would like to have seem more of how you kept your inside knee in tight.

    Also, would you recommend using the clutch to control your speed through a corner on low traction situations? I ride a big thumper and I don’t have that much confidence in the throttle modulation of my bike.

  • Awesome video bro, thanks very much for the technical info and very nice vibe. I don’t care if it’s Bret or you hosting the channel, I care for great advice and knowledge for responsible riders around the world, so, thanks a lot again for sharing and keep it up man! Safe rides!

  • Your vlogs always make my day. The views were stunning! (Although a little scary on the cable car to be honest, it was quite a steep climb) Glad you had a great time Paige ������

  • Dusty! My man, long time since the Rawhyde class when we met, and you have a shiny (reletively) new bike. Stuck with the GSA I see, and I like the blue! Super good video, and great to see you teaching riding again. Be safe out there.

  • Great advice, I am from Chilean Patagonia where there is a large colony of Croatian descendants, and indeed my grandmother, my aunts and other Croatian descendants speak loudly, not because they are angry but because they are effusive. I also agree that you have to try traditional Croatian cuisine, you should try kaštradina, Soparnik, Peršurates, Hrstules. I also think it is good that they do not use the euro and keep the kuna like other countries that maintain their currency, I think it is less risky.

  • So you’re on a Bavarian Motor Werke, but what about a KTM Adventure bike? Or just about any KTM. (XR’s too) They have a really bad push and it makes you feel like, and does lose the front end. Don’t ask how I know. 520 bit me and my 990 feels like an Indy car on gravel. Yes, both these vile beasts have big rear tires and loads of grunt that over powers the front traction, but it does it under deceleration too. The only way I can navigate gravel or loose dirt turns is like a flat tracker, power sliding. Kicking the rear out puts the power at an angle towards the apex & into my turning direction helping to push the front wheel in the direction I want to go. Instead of towards the outside of the turn. I’ve tried climbing on the tank, standing with weight on the outside peg, all the fun stuff you just shot, but the outcome is still the same. The front scrubs and pushes to the outside. Worst is a down hill off camber…

  • I did a long run on sand/gravel yesterday and things got very dicey. After the ride I searched YouTube to find out how to get my testicles to descend but, voila… this video appeared! Very helpful thanks.

  • Seriously,the 1st thing when i saw thing video appear at my timeline,i remember bret..i click it,an see the other guys..i feel very dissapointed.i still bret..maybe due to lot of my knowledge raise from his tutorial..

  • Lovely trip… �� You must be tourist guide… Lovely and motivating style of demonstration… Keep doing your nice work.. I am regular viewer of your vlogs… ��

  • I’m from Croatia, born and raised. And I’m telling you, keep away from my country if you’re a tourist. You’ll get ripped off and you’ll be cheated 100%. Greece or Turkey are way better destinations and way cheaper.

  • I had to pause the video when you filmed the ice cream �� shop to see the flavors.. now I want some ice cream ����✌️ to be in a place where you can have good ice cream �� and play w kittens �� at the same time… I WANT TO GO ����❤️✌️

  • I always hear about how riders should use their pegs to steer their motorcycles. My friend John and I have spirited discussions about whether using a person’s feet to steer their motorcycles to significantly turn, actually works. I believe that the Keith Code experiments prove that putting weight on pegs does NOT significantly help a person steer a motorcycle. I have challenged many people who believe, as you believe… to remove their hands from their handlebars and make spirited turns by using ONLY their feet on the pegs to steer their motorcycles. They can’t do it. Please SHOW me, that a motorcycle can make sharp, CONTROLLED turns, while the motorcyclist is NOT holding the handlebars and is only using the weight transfer of his feet on his foot pegs. Thank you, Stephen Warren.

  • What Wolter didn’t mention:
    the croatian police is extremy loyal with the locals when it comes to conflicts with tourists like car accidents. I’ve been three times to the north of Croatia (as a europeen citizen) and the last time a young croatian lady crashed into my car. She had a jack daniels coke whatever cocktail and the police checked her breath only after TWO AND A HALF HOURS. They said “it’s still under the limit so the alcohol in her body wouldn’t have anyhting to do with the incident”.
    The end of the story: I had to pay for the fact that I was in the young lady’s “way” so she wouldn’t have been able to drive her car properly away from the street. When I protested that the officer (a woman between 30 and 45 years old) asked me If I want to go the court /spend the night in jail. The other cop (who was able to speak my language but denied to do that when I asked him why they are trying to blackmail me). I didn’t do anyhting wrong and the reason why I can proof it is that I already been twice to that country before that happend (last week)!

    Many croatians do act like real psychopath. Something that many north americans might associate with italians (in a funny way) is acutally a fact when it comes to croatians

    So if you don’t mind, Wolter, I’d like to add the points:
    don’t call the croatian police even when it’s a situation like the one I described
    don’t contradict the gouvernment especially when you are a tourist
    don’t plead justice towards any croatian

    Greetings from Germany