Motorcycle adventure to Tellico Plains ends with upside-down bike and lost Insta360

What began as a wet motorcycle trip to Tellico Plains for a weekend of riding in the mountains turned into quite the adventure.  David found himself in quite the predicament with his bike upside down on the side of a mountain with impending bad weather right on his heels and a brand new insta360 missing in action.  Watch to see the outcome of how a 600+ lb motorcycle gets handled when in a difficult situation. 

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Tent:  Nammatj 3 GT in sand color
Motorcycle: 2018 BMWR1200 GSA

My video equipment used for this video: 
This video primarily shot on iPhone 12 Pro Max w/ PolorPro Litechaser Case Director's Kit with the PolarPro ND Filter attached to a DJI OSMO 4 Gimbal 

Other cameras used:  
DJI Mavic 2 Pro I'm a FAA Part 107 licensed drone pilot
Insta360 One R Twin Edition - The lost camera with most of my footage was never found

All Music: 
  • “Stomp” - Written and performed by FA Sounds, Licensed by Envato Elements 
  • “Time and Place” - Written and performed by Michael Oliver, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “Above all Else” - Written and performed by Campgana 
  • “No Matter How Hard We Try” - Written and performed by Moon, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “Inhalation Short Version” - Written and performed by Moran Ziv, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “Investigation” - Written and performed by MaxH, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “Kiss of Death” - Written and performed by Demir Kadir, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “Youth” - Written and performed by ANBR, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “The Day Before” - Written and performed by Maya Belsitzman & Matan Ephrat, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “Roadside Rodeo” - Written and performed by SLPSTRM, Licensed by Artlist 
  • “I Feel Good” - Written and performed by Rocknstock, Licensed by Artlist

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