rk97 wrote:JB and I have talked about this on the long rides home, but the two of us would be willing to set up a booth at Quaker Steak bike night (if the cost isn't prohibitive).
We could bring bikes, a canopy, an OMRL banner, and put some video of the races on loop on a small monitor. No sweat.
Not sure how big bike nights are elsewhere, but Valley View QS&L averages something silly like 7,000 bikes a week.
nathanpeselnick wrote:Yes we have one @ polaris in Columbus and it is a biker hotspot on Wendsday nights in the warm season, that sound like a good idea
bark615 wrote:Nate, I know you mentioned that you do video editing ect. Lets think of some ways we can capture some more race footage from the track. We have quite a few guys running GoPro cameras on the bikes.. but lets try and get some more spectator view footage for this year. Maybe by mid year we would have enough footage for a decent montage that would cover on and off bike footage! We can get some footage of registration, tech inspection, riders meeting ect. Show some prospective members what goes on during a race day!
I have a DSLR that I brought a few times to the track last year.. I can bring it again if I can get some volunteers to snap photos (Racers, friends, wives, pit crew ect).
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