Lyndon Poskitt Racing: Races to Places - Dakar Rally 2018 - Episode 11 - Rest Day

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Ben C Flat : Credit to the editor. this is super well cut, and very informative. Super enjoyable to watch, as someone that is just getting into motorbiking. All of the narration of maintenance with the bike combined with the video makes it really easy to follow.

Team 2 Gils : Best Dakar coverage I have seen and I have been watching for many years. I wish you luck and he safe.

Fernando Fariña : Quad of minute 02:20, which you work next to, is from Carlos Verza. I know him, is from my city and really makes a great effort to be there. I love your videos man, Regards.

Gishey : Great coverage, love the insight into the Dakar. You need to auction off parts of the road book (if possible) that would be a pretty cool souvenir to have and raise some money for next years race!

Angry Pete : Enjoying the series very much, fantastic job all the production crew as well as Lyndon. Could you show some bivouac footage of some of the other Malle Moto competitors as a comparison, say a bit Oliver Pain and a first time rider like Scott Britnal? Keep up the good work, Angry Pete

Reg Thompson : You're a pretty handy mechanic Lyndon...watched your pre 2018 Dakar work and the 'rest day'...good job. As others have said, you are giving fellow Dakar fans a real insight to the race and, you are holding onto 3rd place, Malle Moto class...all round excellent effort! Best of luck for the next 6,000 K.

Galavanta : Lyndon, you made the "Hero Of The Dakar" section on the Canadian broadcast of the Dakar for stage 4 👍🏼

Jennifer Campbell : Quick question ... how do you get laundry done whilst racing?

Stephen Eldridge : The best 'as it really is ' story of the Dakar ever....brilliant stuff! Steve

Max Maker : Thanks for the details! Thats what you don’t get on TV.

podge0786 : Loving these videos. Really great work from the whole team. Feel like we get to be part of the action. Keep it up!

Hector Adolfo : No sé nada de inglés pero pucha que heres simpático 🤗

Mike Slack : Following your progress from New Zealand and LOVING these updates... Go hard and best of luck for the 2nd week! Malle moto = fricken LEGENDS!!

don ladds : That Bacon n tomms look nice. best food I've seen on a rally yet good luck for the rest of the race m8 stay safe

Maximiliano Salazar : Grande Lyndon a darle gas!!!! Saludos desde La Rioja, Argentina!!!!

Nick Wood : Great insights!

Stu Ryan : Just remembered Lyndon had issues with importing his forks. Did he ever get them or is he on the stock ones still?

Thomas FPV : Can someone tell me what that intro song is? I want it :D

stephen davis : Much more enjoyable than i thought , the whole process of bike ,logistics,raceing is brought home when you show it this way !Throughout the series i have'nt heard mention of budget ,costs etc ? Good luck lyndon stay safe out there NO showing off this year ..

G G : I'm unclear as to how the money works here. I found information saying a bike is upwards of $50,000 usd and cost to race is $25,000 usd. How much would you make for a stage win and class win without sponsors pay? Any insight would be appreciated.

MrBuffSA : Brilliant behind the scenes coverage. Thank you so much for the effort put into these videos, they show a part of Dakar rarely seen in the normal 30mins of tv coverage that we get in South Africa. All the best for the remaining stages, keep the rubber side down Lyndon.

Ste Davison : Good luck Lyndon,your videos bring the true adventure of the Dakar to the people,the onboard stuff is great.

Franco_55 : 7:00 What's the name of that song

vanoraki : Full english for breakfast, pissing down when you're spannering the bike, riding in the cold and wet.....it's a home from home! Should be in your element! Good luck on the marathons...if it's any consolation, it's pissing down here in the UK....

Richie Williams : 6000KM to go..... OM fing God!

manutdfan931207 : 6:56 Hungary for the win! :) With the Opel 4x4.

DavideC : Bellissimo diario di viaggio, grazie! veramente emozionante. In bocca al lupo per i prossimi giorni!!!

Max Maxmax : Yeah Put the chain in the general trash. U are legend dude. I can’t believe what I see

Jacopo Mazzucotelli : Now that's what you call a proper breakfast!

suparosc02 : It's more a no stage day than a rest day

Geoff Kerss : Best Dakar coverage on YouTube :-)

Motoeuro : Really enjoying this guys, thank you for sharing :D Go! Lyndon! Hope Bolivia is good to you guys, all the best :D

Roadstar 1963 : After watching this for years on TV I'm suprised at how well the organizers feed you guys

Erated78 : Amazing video. I have watched the Dakar footage for years and never have seen such great behind the scenes footage as this. Its great to see and hear about the mechanical side of things, the prep work for the next day is incredible. Thank you and best of luck Lyndon!

ЗигмунД 8 : Ништяк вас там кормят,лучше чем дома,рестораны отдыхают)))))))ЛАЙК

peter hammonds : BACON :)

Joe Casarez : Lyndon!!! Stay Safe; Protect Your 3rd Place Spot; And Don't Do Anything More Foolish Than You Normally Do During the Race!!!! LOL and Peace.

Ridha MED : thx for making us live the adventure of dakar

cegonha02 : Hey Lyndon, I didnt catch it, are you in malemoto again? Bye the way, if you could send a warm hug to the fellows on the foxsports brasil channnel It would be lovely. They mocked about your fall in the dunes. Dumbasses never got close to a bike, I bet.

schaded : Awesome job so far! You actually have a fan all the way from Hawaii! I love your positive attitude and your attention to detail is amazing. One quick question: How does your road map turn to see the upcoming terrain? Is it automatic or manually done with one of the buttons on the handlebars? Enjoy the rest of your experience with the race! Aloha, Deron

Marco Soares : Amazing work man, came to you by chance and now when I notice I am following you on the live timming and waiting with more antecipation for your videos than from the official stage itself. Keep riding great, be safe, and keep posting everybody who loves dakar and want to know how it looks like from a rider POV. A longuer, more detailed version of this year Dakar would be much appreciated by everybody once you come back home and have some more time to edit with your team.

Doc Honk : I agree with Rick Gilsdorf and David Porter , i dont want to follow the pros all the time, i am much more interested in the real heros of the Dakar. Guys like Lyndon and all the Malle Motos Riders. Just great Lyndon! Wish you and the team all the best!!!

The Engine Room Motorcycles : Great to see you working on the bike, being a motorcycle mechanic it's good to see the attention to detail and great work ethic you have. Treating yourselves to a proper breakfast, good for keeping your spirits up . Good luck for the next two stages👍👍👍

Maulen Mussakhanov : You are really legends of rally! Because you are alone repairing all details and alone fights with all difficulties! You are heroes bikers, RESPECT From Kazakhstan your fan Maulen Good luck! Have a nice trip, great rally! 😊👍💐

Leslie Austin : Hope everything is ok. No YT film today, but I know there is a stage cancelled, so perhaps that’s the reason. Waiting for news! Stay safe you chaps!! Les

Мишок Чинил : За Линдона и двор стреляю в упор!

Diki Zulkarnain : Is it too late to ask for a great coverage of the marathon stage. Pls show us what's it like. Go Lyndon..Go Lyndon..Go Lyndon..

Bob Bob : Hi Gents, Really loving the rawness of your footage and your teams input. Also the fact your pumping this out daily and beating SBS in Australia to get it to air. Champions. And go hard Toby Price you bloody legend.

GS Mad : Incredible footage an insight. Seriously love this stuff. Where do the dislikes come from? Are they for real!!

Will Ashmore : I'm surprised Dakar bikes don't have the oil drainage bolts safety wired.