T.R. Catanese - Dec 20, 2019
Rowher Flats OHV Area
T.R. Catanese and Chase Baron set out on December 20, 2019 to film at Rowher Flats OHV Area, aka Texas Canyon. The idea was to shoot the first episode for Throttle Report. During that day I had my GoPro Hero 7 set to Linear instead of SuperView and the resulting video footage was unusable. I did however bring a Canon Rebel T7i that I was able to snap a couple pictures with and get video of us pulling the bikes out of the truck lol. I don't have a ton of content from that day however I feel it is important to include as one of my Motor Psycho Sport Blogs because it sparked the beginning of Throttle Report; and that experience has helped push me to create better dirt bike content for Motor Psycho Sport. So here is a quick recap of the first outing to create Official Content for Motor Psycho Sport and Throttle Report at the next professional level.
Chase Baron just outside of Rowher Flats main entrance.
The closest riding area to the San Fernando, Simi and Conejo Valleys. It's actually a decent riding area with a kids 85cc and under track, a 4x4 area, single track and wide open fire trails. A lot of the trails are big enough for 4x4's but be warned, plenty of Range Rover's and Jeep's have crashed and burned here.
T.R. Catanese and Chase Baron at Rowher Flats OHV Area
Check out the gear that we ride with! 100% Goggles are an excellent choice for clear vision, fit and comfort as well as style. They are the go to lenses for us. We recommend at least the Accuri line and up to Racecraft and Armega. If you are on a tight budget, the Strata is still a great choice it just has more flexibility in the frame than the other models. All the lenses from Strata, Accuri and Racecraft fit each other. New for 2022, there are the Strata 2, Accuri 2 and Racecraft 2. These are new lenses. Link to video on those lenses here...https://youtu.be/Y1Y5Rm0GCV0
By: T.R. Catanese