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 Northwest 200 2012

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Almost 9 miles of public roads, speeds topping 200mph, 7 flat-out races and 5 winners…welcome to the all-action official review of the 2012 Relentless North West 200. Once again the demanding Triangle attracted the cream of road racing stars and leading short circuit racers, all determined to take their place in the history books. John McGuinness, Michael Rutter, Ryan Farquhar, Dunlop brothers Michael and William, Cameron Donald, Guy Martin, the returning Ian Hutchinson and even ex-Grand Prix star Jeremy McWilliams were all in action, and all with one aim – to beat Alastair Seeley. Seeley was tipped to take a clean-sweep of wins, but as the spectacular review shows, he didn’t have it all his own way. Stunning aerial, on-bike and trackside footage captures all the vital faring-bashing highlights as the riders go elbow-to-elbow, sometimes five abreast, in pursuit of victory. Slipstreaming at 200mph ensures plenty of passing, sometimes several times on the same straight! The official review features extensive coverage of all 7 races, including the new Thursday evening outings. All the important passes and clashes are captured, including Seeley’s controversial dice with William Dunlop, and the shocking spill that took out Conor Cummins, Martin Jessopp and Gary Johnson. Plus, there’s KMR Racing’s domination of the all-new SuperTwin class, Lee Johnston’s stunning NW200 debut and Seeley’s heroic Superbike recovery. Expert commentary, rider interviews and on-screen graphics ensure you get the full story, but it is the superb footage of the jaw-dropping racing that’ll keep you coming back to this official review. Alongside the Superbike, Superstock, Supersport and SuperTwin action, the review includes a circuit guide, Guy Martin at the Titanic exhibition, Michael Dunlop and surfing star Alistair Mennie trying out each other’s sports, interviews with Hutchy and Stuart Easton, plus a complete on board lap courtesy of Michael Dunlop..

In this fascinating new motorcycle video DVD documentary, poignant family memories and the personal recollections of friends, teammates, fans, and fellow racers reveal the real Joey Dunlop O.B.E., the caring, fun-loving family man behind the motorcycle racing legend. The statistics of the Ulsterman's career are well known: a five-times World Champion, 26-times Isle of Man TT winner, 24-times Ulster Grand Prix winner, and 14-times North West 200 winner. In this program, we discover the less well know Joey: a devoted husband, father, and brother; a dedicated charity worker; a compassionate and down-to-earth man unaffected by his worldwide fame. There are deeply personal tributes, memories of his charity work and hilarious anecdotes, like Joey's encounter with frozen beans, getting lost in the fog in Europe, and why the police were after Joey! This motorcycle racing DVD includes previously unseen DVD extras, including a story about Joey teaching his brother Jim to fall correctly, why Joey kept running out of petrol in the Isle of Man, World Superbike's Eugene Laverty recalling seeing hero Joey racing, extended coverage of Linda's Japan visit, including a look around the Honda Museum, and much more.

Joey Dunlop:
No Ordinary Joe

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SuperMoto World Championship Review 2009

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This official supermoto DVD video review brings you all the best action and essential highlights from both the S1 and S2 championship trails, as we visit every single round of the 2009 season. Combining the best high-jumping exploits of motocross with the sort of power-sliding you’d see at speedway, Supermoto delivers pulsating action all the way – and this motorcycle DVD is packed with drama.

Stunning footage shows all the greats, including brothers Adrien and Thomas Chareyre, Gerald Delepine and Mauno Hermunen, in the chase for victory.

The 2010 Supermoto World championship delivered a gripping title battle that went right down to the wire, and now you can relive the essential highlights of every gripping round. Our comprehensive official review is packed with action from all five meetings, as the stars of S1 go head-to-head in three races each time. At the time of going to press, the title was finely balanced on a knife edge with Thomas Chareyre and Davide Gozzini tied on points at the top of the table, and Thierry van den Bosch hoping to make a surprise attack on the top two at the final round. The review brings you the full story of the season as Supermoto delivers its unique brand of racing, combining the high-jumping of motocross with the power-sliding of speedway in a heady mix with delivers edge-of-the-seat drama. As well as featuring the best action footage from every round, this supermoto DVD also features bonus material, including a look back at the Supermoto of Nations in France, the meeting the worlds very best supermoto riders who battle for national pride.

2010 Supermoto World Championship Review

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Severe Supermoto 2

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"Severe Racing brings you 3 years of shooting at the Hottest Supermoto Racing Events happening in the sport with speeds reaching over 100 Mph.Bikes, Quads, UTV's and Mini's get it on at the coolest tracks across America, Including the Stateline Challenges, XTRM, Supermoto USA and STTARS series. Meet all the top riders, including: Burkhart, Ward, Nicoll, Currie,Drew & the new Europeans Lind and Bidart. Producer/Director Scott A. Tugel hooks you up with tons of in your face and on the apex footage. Feel just like you are on the bike yourself with some killer helmet cams. The best riders in Supermoto back it in and whip it for you. Travel with Severe Racing Films on this killer adventure of guts, glory, speed and the smell of burning rubber. The intent of the film is to let a broader audience, experience for themselves the sport of Supermoto, first hand and up close,from the hot girls in the pits to the roar of 40 bikes pinning it off thestart. See Currie clearing triples on street tires; sit only inches off the apex, as bikes come screaming at you. Watch Ward backing it in deep and Kurt Nicoll ripping through the rhythm section." Special Extras include: Helmet Cams - Interviews - Track Laps – Sponsor Info - Bionic Knee Safety - New Highland Motorcycles - Rolling Big Power Build - Rez Pony Extra.

Join us for the official, action-packed motorcycle DVD video review of one of the most scintillating seasons of road racing ever. This is the best between-the-hedges racing from four of the fastest and most demanding meetings on the 2009 calendar, filled with heart-pounding highlights from the hardest-fought races. Alongside the white-knuckle action footage, we have interviews with all the stars, a chat with road racing legend Phillip McCallen and complete on-board laps courtesy of Amor and the Dunlop brothers Michael and William...

Road Racing Review 2009

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The 2004 Junction One North West 200 promised wheel-to-wheel combat of the highest calibre. And it definitely delivered! Road racing’s finest - Rutter, McGuinness, Archibald, Anstey, Farquhar and Lougher – lined-up with one collective objective: to tame the infamous ‘Triangle’.

And the pace was blistering from the off. Rutter showed his mettle with a masterful performance in the first superbike race. Then Anstey staked his claim with a superb Junior 600 and Production 1000 double. And Lougher and McGuinness made sure they weren’t forgotten when they bagged wins in the 125 and 400 class. Each event stoked the adrenaline higher and higher, so that the final race of the weekend – the NW 200 Superbike – had the 130,000 crowd in a state of frenzied anticipation. And it was over in a blur. Rutter put in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-him performance that broke records (and nearly the speed cameras!) when he clocked a colossal 201.1 mph during the race – the fastest recorded speed in the event’s history. Luckily, we had it all filmed - so you won’t miss any of the action. Add to that the very latest on-bike, kerb and aerial cameras plus rider interviews and you have the full, official and definitive account of the North West 200. Don’t miss it!

2004 Northwest 200

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2005 Northwest 200

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Welcome to the 'Triangle', where Ireland's most famous motorbike races, the North West 200, are fiercely contested over 7.5 miles of public roads every year in May. The course is a fast one with long straights, tight corners and chicanes, which allow for breathtaking duels between riders at hair-raising speeds!

Needless to say, the challenge of these races draws some of the biggest names in road racing today… Michael Rutter, John McGuinness, Adrian Archibald, Bruce Anstey to name a few, as well as over 100,000 spectators every year!

The 2005 Junction One International North West 200 started off well as records fell in the first Superbike race. Michael Rutter on his factory Honda took not only his eleventh North West win but also broke the lap record! However, it was Bruce Anstey that dominated the day as sunshine gave way to torrential rain, hailstones and showers. The Kiwi was not deterred and in an amazing display of riding on his TAS Suzuki took victory in the main race of the event, the NW200 Superbike race. NW200 2005, truly road racing at its heart-stopping best!

2007 Supermoto
World Champions

Thrills and spills from the battles in the S1 and S2 classes at all eight rounds. Follow the action as the finest riders - such as Thierry van den Bosch, Adrien Chareyre, Gerald Delepine, Attilio Pignotti - go head-to-head right down to the very last race in pursuit of championship glory. Loaded with bonus features, including highlights from the Supermoto of Nations and interviews with riders and famous fans, including MotoGP star Colin Edwards.

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Bike Grand Prix 1984

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Up against the formidable resources of the Honda team and its talented riders, Eddie Lawson must have had doubts at the start of 1984 about his ability to become World Champion. Could he possibly equal and even better 'Fast' Freddie Spencer? Did the works V4 Yamaha have any edge on the Hondas? What threat would Randy Mamola pose? Above all, how would he cope with the massed ranks of Hondas when they pitched in the full team effort against the single Yamaha?

The Honda proved to be fast from the first race in South Africa, but Spencer's hope spectacularly spun away as his rear wheel collapsed in the closing moments of qualifying, tearing ligaments in his right ankle in the process. Lawson took advantage on the new twin-spar framed Yamaha OW76 reed-valve 500, riding to victory in the rain and his subsequent four wins and four second places were enough secure his first 500cc world championship. Mamola was never far off the pace though, having taken the other 3 podium positions of the season and finishing second overall, 31 points behind Lawson. Frenchman Raymond Roche (Honda) still managed to take third place in the championship without winning a race, 12 points clear of a relegated Spencer, who had even ditched his V4 in favour of the established V3 in a last attempt to regain his title. Haslam (Honda) and Sheene (Suzuki) stood shoulder-to-shoulder in fifth and sixth position. In this newly edited 208-minute DVD we include our entire archive of broadcast footage, for the first time. Featuring elbow-to-elbow action, full commentary and rider interviews, much of it is not seen on TV, sit back and share the eighties GP experience with 'Steady' Eddie. 'Fast' Freddie, Randy, Raymond Roche, Ron Haslam, Barry Sheene and other stars at no less than 8 different circuits.








Bike Grand Prix 1985

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To many motorcycle racing fans, this was one of the most remarkable seasons of 500cc competition ever. Legendary names of the Grand Prix circuit did battle across the world in 12 fast-paced, demanding races - and now you can re-live highlights from these amazing dices in the latest of the Bike Grand Prix series released on DVD by Duke. The footage has been re-edited to take you even closer to the action as Americans Freddy Spencer and Eddie Lawson go head-to-head in the championship battle, closely shadowed by the likes of Ron Haslam, Wayne Gardner, Randy Mamola, Christian Sarron and many more of motorcycle racing's biggest names.

Spencer was out to become the first person to claim both the 250cc and 500cc championships in the same season. With the 250cc title under his belt, he had to wait until the penultimate round to wrest the 500cc crown from Lawson. It hadn't been a straightforward trip to the top as the action moved around the globe, from South Africa to San Marino. Injury in Yugoslavia, crashing out in Holland and damaging his hand at the British GP could all have threatened Spencer's title tilt, but as the flag fell in Sweden, he could relax - victory was his. Reigning champ Lawson had done everything he could to keep his Marlboro Yamaha in front of rival Spencer's Rothmans Honda, but he simply didn't have the pace to win. All the vital moments of the fight for the 500cc title are captured here in four hours of action-packed highlights. Fantastic elbow-to-elbow battles, fiery crashes, dices on rain-soaked tracks and interviews with the leading riders - including an extended post-season chat with the new World Champion - make this an essential record of an historic year in the 500cc Championship, the pinnacle of motorcycle racing. Jaw-dropping footage from on-board cameras mounted behind the faring of Mamola and Haslam's machines gives you an awesome rider's-eye view of some truly unforgettable moments, including racing in the rain, hammering through the daunting Eau Rouge corner at Spa and unceremoniously tumbling to the ground!And slo-mo footage lets you re-live some of the most dramatic and important moments - including Lawson's dramatic exit from the Dutch TT.This is motorcycle racing at its best, and now every history-making moment is yours to own.

As the finest motorcycle racers on Earth gathered at the opening round of the 1986 500cc World Championship there was one question on everybody's lips - could anyone beat reigning king Freddie Spencer's Rothman's Honda? Although tipped to retain his title, a persistent wrist injury prevented 1985 World Champion Spencer mounting a real defence. That cleared the way for adversary Eddie Lawson to lead the charge on his Marlboro Yamaha as the world's premier motorcycle race series contested 11 fast-paced rounds. Australian Wayne Gardner won the first race, but struggled to adopt the mantle of Rothman's Honda team-leader in place of the absent Spencer. Lawson dominated the next four rounds, but as the championship passed the halfway point the Californian's luck changed. At the Dutch TT, where his title hopes had evaporated in 1985, Lawson tumbled out of contention, allowing Gardner to take the win and renew his championship challenge. With just three rounds remaining, Gardner dug deep and produced an awe-inspiring victory in heavy rain at the British Grand Prix. The penultimate round, in Sweden, would be the race of the season. Lawson was dogged by Gardner for lap after lap, the Australian refusing to relinquish his slim title ambitions. However, a slower machine ruined the Honda rider's challenge and allowed Lawson to record his sixth win of the season, and the 1986 World Championship. Bike Grand Prix 1986 brings you all the vital moments, with incredible trackside, on-board and slo-mo footage, plus fascinating interviews with the leading riders. There's also the debuts of British sensation Niall Mackenzie, future World Champion Kevin Schwantz and legend Kenny Roberts' Yamaha team.

Bike Grand Prix 1986

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 Bike Grand Prix 1987

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With races to be held across three continents, the 1987 500cc World Championship would be one of the toughest-ever campaigns - and with three of the finest motorcycle racers ever to grace a circuit hell-bent on securing the title, it would be one of the toughest-ever championship battles. Reigning champion Eddie Lawson may have been carrying the number one plate, but Rothmans Honda Rider Wayne Gardner was tipped to lead the title charge from round one, held at a rain-soaked Suzuka in Japan. However, it was Californian Randy Mamola who drew first blood with a stunning victory in front of the 100,000-strong audience. Ggardner, Lawson and Mamola would dominate the season, sharing wins as the action moved through Europe and South America. It was a long, and often difficult, road to the final race in Argentina, with mechanical woes, tricky conditions and rider error ensuring the title chase remained tight.

After eight rounds, Gardner held just a 12-point lead over Mamola, and at the British Grand Prix Lawson proved he hadn't given up yet with a masterful win. The nip and tuck battle continued, but Gardner refused to let the pressure get to him. The Australian's inspired and consistent riding ensured he kept control of the race for the 1987 crown, securing the title at the penultimate round with his seventh win of a truly amazing season. Bike Grand Prix 1987 features action from all 15 races, including Brit 'Rocket' Ron Haslam stunning the world with his amazing starts, Scot Niall Mackenzie's exceptional performances, two-times world champion Freddie Spencer's disastrous season and Christian Sarron desperately trying to keep his machine upright! Slo-mo footage lets you re-live the faring-smashing tumbles, near-misses and breathtaking overtaking manoeuvres!






Bike Grand Prix 1988

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The emergence of a new generation of hard-charging talent made 1988 one of the most memorable seasons of grand prix motorcycle racing ever.
Reigning World Champion Wayne Gardner and arch rival Eddie Lawson were expected to dominate again, but the new breed of two-wheel heroes were ready to rip up the form book and upstage the legends of the sport. In Japan, for the first race, it was Texan Kevin Schwantz who, in only his seventh 500cc World Championship race, would take victory and an early championship lead. Californian Lawson scored a hugely popular home win at the United States Grand Prix, but as the European leg of the championship started it was Kevin Magee, another emerging talent, who would take the chequered flag first. As the season unfolded, Lawson's unquestionable talent would see him dominate the racetracks of Europe, with Schwantz the only other man to take the top step of the podium until the mid-way point of the season. As the World Championship reached the Dutch TT, Australian Gardner suddenly found his form, taking three wins in a row to cut the points deficit to just 20 with 10 rounds complete. However, his championship ambitions were dealt a cruel blow in France when he was forced to retire while leading on the last lap, gifting the win to Lawson. Gardner refused to admit defeat, claiming another win and three more podium places in the final four rounds, but it wasn't enough to overhaul Lawson, who rode to his third World Championship title. Bike Grand Prix 1988 features drama from all 15 races, including the heroics of Brit riders Niall Mackenzie and Ron Haslam, the spectacular style of the ever-popular Randy Mamola, the sensational spills and the memorable first 500cc win for Wayne Rainey.

Bike Grand Prix 1989

Bike Grand Prix 1989 - This is the gripping story of the tightly-contested race for the 500cc crown of 1989, on DVD for the first time. Three-times world Champion Eddie Lawson takes the fight to fellow American Wayne Rainey in a down-to-the-wire title battle during a season of thrills, spills, controversy and breath-taking action!

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Bike Grand Prix 1990


Bike Grand Prix 1990 - The hard-fought battles and chilling spills of the 1990 500cc World Championship are captured in this stunning review, on DVD for the first time. Amazing race footage, awesome on-bike shots and contributions from leading riders, including Rainey, Lawson and Schwantz, take you to the heart of the action.

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 Bike Grand Prix 1991

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Bike Grand Prix 1991 - The full story of the dramatic battle for the 1991 500cc World Championship crown is documented on this racing motorcycle video DVD.

Stunning footage of elbow-to-elbow racing, breathtaking on-board shots and intimate rider interviews put you at the heart of the action as Wayne Rainey defends his crown against some of the biggest names on two wheels, including Kevin Schwantz and Mick Doohan.

"Why do you want it? For the tyre-smoking, high-siding and nail-biting battles between Rainey, Schwantz, Doohan, Gardner and Kocinski. If you weren't there when it happened, you'll wish you had been.





British Superbike Review 2005

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Spaniard Lavilla began this year's campaign as a 'stand-in' rider for Honda's injured James Haydon. He went on to claim six victories and five second places in eleven outings, earning him the title in remarkable fashion.

This year's championship was always going to be unpredictable and the stage was set for a thoroughly exciting season. The injury and subsequent retirement of reigning champion John Reynolds and Yukio Kagayama's move to the World Superbike Championship left a highly coveted gap in the line up of favourites for the 2005 title. New kid on the block 2004 Supersport Champion Karl Harris was out to make a name for himself, alongside MotoGP star Jeremy McWilliams and TT winner John McGuinness. But old favourites Sean Emmett, Michael Rutter and Scott Smart weren't going to give in without a fight, and neither were up and coming names Leon Haslam and Ryuichi Kiyonari, who maintained good placings throughout the 11 rounds.

This official review delivers hard-fought, knee-scraping, high-tension action from one of the most competitive national bike series in the world. Relive all the drama and action with the best trackside and on-bike camera footage plus interviews and background info. Special DVD extras include interviews with Reynolds, Rutter, Hodgson, Walker and Kiyonari, plus special features on Scott Smart and Vivaldi Racing, Lavilla and Team Bosses. Jostling, elbow-to-elbow racing at blistering speeds! It's time for them to show us what they're made of!





Great Italian GP Racers

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“..every now and again the video market throws up a genuine classic - one to be treasured and watched again and again. Such an offering is the latest DVD issued by bikesport specialists Duke entitled Great Italian GP Racers...for those who lived through it, it is a magnificent reconstruction of what many still see as the true golden age of the sport - the 50s, 60s and early 70s. This was a time when the world’s first superbikes, exotic and complex multi-cylindered handbuilt machines from Italy, emerged to do titanic battle with the last competitive offerings from British factories and the embryonic challengers from the Orient.. Archive film and new interviews are superbly married together to give the modern viewer a marvellous overview of the Italian phenomenon. Revel in the sights and sounds of Guzzis, Gileras, Benellis and MVs battling first with Nortons and Ajays and later with Hondas and Yamahas. Thrill to the skills, not only of Italian-born stars like Agostini and Pasollini, but also of the ‘foreign legion’ of British and Antipodean riders recruited by the Italian factories as their machines eclipsed the best of British. Among others, Duke, Surtees and Read all give their first hand recollections of riding the Italian jobs, all illustrated by moving pictures to treasure - including several minutes of blood-stirring action on the original Nurburgring, andfilm of many stars of yesterday who are no longer with us. Add to this the reminiscences of the men who created the machines, the factory owners and engineers and you have a stunning package of sight and sound.. exceptional value for money... it’s a real must for enthusiasts of this era, old or new.” EVENING GAZETTE.

Love Speed & Loss

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It's 1973 and young New Zeland couple Kim and Janeen have run away to Europe and joined the circus - the Continental Circus. They're part of a convoy of Grand Prix motorcycle riders travelling across Western and Eastern Europe competing for the World Championship Road Racing title. Love Speed and Loss is a love story set against the backdrop of 1970's Grand Prix racing. Kim Newcombe and his childhood sweetheart wife, Janeen, arrived in Berlin in 1969. Kim had a job working as an engineer for the Konig outboard marine company. Within a year he'd taken the outboard engine and turned it into a lightning-fast road racing motorbike thaat led the world championship. And so the couple's European adventure began ...

On route to Europe Janeen bought a Super8 camera in Hong Kong and started documenting the couple's new life. Love, Speed & Loss opens with Janeen, now in her late fifties, watching the footage of her and Kim - young, in love and idealistic. The documentary moves between the 1970s and the present day as it reveals the couple's story, building toward the tragic event that saw Janeen's life change dramatically. A donation from the proceeds of the sale of this DVD will be made to Riders For Health (registered charity no. 1054565.) Love, Speed and Loss has been nominated at 3 prestigious film festivals, including the Aukland Film Festival 2005.

Motogp 210 MPH

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What makes MotoGP bikes the fastest racing bikes in the world? In this all-new programme from Dorna, Randy Mamola checks out the machines that battle to win the world’s top bike racing series and leave you hanging onto the edge of your seat! With the help of the people at the heart of the sport, including the teams, chief engineers and riders, we bring you the full story behind the 210mph bikes!!

Delivering a dose of high-octane info on:

- Honda RC 211V
- Yamaha M1
- Ducati Desmosedici GP4
- Suzuki GSV-R
- Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR
- Aprilia RS Cube
- Proton V5

Includes detailed bike and engine close-up shots as well as interviews and specialised knowledge from the teams and their top riders, including Rossi, Barros, Roberts, McWilliams and Nakano.

- A look at back in time via two classic motorcycle road racing productions.
- The 1955 German Grand Prix presents a rare opportunity for viewers to enjoy vintage GP racing.
- Featuring an all out duel between Geoff Duke and Walter Zeller.
- Plus, the 1956 North West 200 including Bob MacIntyre racing at nearly 100 mph!
- Nostalgic viewing at its very best.

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Rendezvous At The Ring

Follow the Renegade Riders through the streets of France as they test the latest superbikes on public roads! Featuring helmet cams and a thumping soundtrack, they take you on a crazy trip in search of the ultimate in high speed thrills. The cameras are still rolling as they slam into cars, trees and each other at breakneck speed. Few of the bikes emerge unscathed from some serious road testing by the Renegade Riders crew.

Full of bikes, babes and broken bones, this real-life drama is not for the faint-hearted!

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Renegade Riders

Road Racing Great Races

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Count down 12 of road racing's greatest ever races in this action-packed collection of fast and furious between-the-hedges competition. Many of the closest, fastest and most memorable showdowns of the modern era are here, featuring the biggest names going flat out for glory. Leading road racing commentator Stephen Watson is your guide as you experience our selection of Road Racing's Great Races, with action from the Ulster Grand Prix, Macau, Southern 100, Cookstown 100, Mid-Antrim 150, Manx Grand Prix and North West 200.

There's comprehensive coverage of all 12 of the carefully selected events, featuring incredible race action captured by the best camera angles, including plenty of white-knuckle on-board footage, and interviews with many of the leading riders. Road Racing's Great Races features Phillip McCallen, Ian Lougher, John McGuinness, Richard Britton, Ryan Farquhar, Adrian Archibald, Guy Martin, Ian Hutchinson, Steve Plater and a host more of the biggest names in the sport.

The extraordinary, unbelievable and unforgettable moments just keep coming, from the nail biting battle between Mike Edwards and McCallen around the twisting streets of Macau to one of the closest-ever finishes on the Isle of Man Mountain circuit - the 2006 MGP Junior results settled by just 0.01 of a second after more than 150miles! There's the record-breaking pace Ulster GP showdown between Martin and Hutchinson, the breathtaking four-way dice for victory during the 2005 600cc race at the Ulster, Michael Dunlop's hard-fought and emotionally charged win at the tragedy-hit 2008 North West 200 and many, many more historic moments. Road Racing's Great Races is the selection of 12 of the best contests from 1995 to 2008.

Road Racing Review 2007

Nothing can compare to the thrilling spectacle of road racing, and Road Racing Review 2007 brings you all the best action from another blistering year of competition.
Marvel as the biggest names in the sport weave their machines between the hedges at the biggest events in the road racing calendar, including the Manx and Ulster GPs.
Kerbside camera footage will have you on the edge of your seat as you discover just how brave these guys are – and the on-board footage gives you the ultimate white-knuckle ride! Road Racing Review 2007 puts you at the heart of the action.

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Superbike Ducati

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The Ducati V-twin is quite simply a phenomenon - a motorcycle that embodies the very essence of Italian style, power, glamour, performance and superior engineering. This video explores many of the elements of Ducati ‘life’ that make it stand out above the rest. In the factory, on the road, in testing - even as star attraction of a major world gathering - this great video takes you as close to the heart of the Ducati V-twin superbike phenomenon as you’re likely to get without a crash helmet on! Check out the Ducati:

- Racing sensation! Especially in the hands of four-times World Superbike Champion Carl Fogarty.

- Styling sensation! From the 750 of the 1980s to today’s 996 Superbike the stylish Italian Ducati V-twins are viewed as the most influential sport bike designs of their era.

- Engineering sensation! Go inside the factory to see how the bikes are built and hear from designers and stylists. Then join leading motorcycle journalist Alan Cathcart as he puts the latest Ducati 2001 models through their paces on road and track.

- Biking sensation! Savour the atmosphere of the World Ducati Weekend 2000 as thousands of ‘Ducatisti’gather to celebrate the marque. Love Ducati? Love this video!

Experience all the thrills and spills, action and drama from the fast and furious Supermoto World Championship in this action-packed review of the 2008 season. Supermoto combines the best of circuit racing, including awesome grip and massive power slides, with motocross-style action, including high jumps and gravel-spitting drama. The championship delivers some of the best riding you'll see anywhere, and the 2008 battle for the crown was no exception.

Amazing footage brings you highlights of every single race of both the S1 and S2 classes at all eight rounds as the battles for World Championship glory unfold. The Official Review brings you the full story as both title chases go down to the very last round. You'll follow the dramatic story of how KTM Italia Miglio's Bernd Hiemer overcame Thierry van den Bosch, Ivan Lazzarini, Thomas Chareyre and Britain's Matthew Winstanley to claim another S1 world Championship, and see how Husqvarna CH Racing's Adrien Chareyre followed 2007's title glory with the S2 crown, ahead of Davide Gozzini, Gerald Delepine and Attilio Pignotti.

The Official Review also includes highlights from the incredible Supermoto of Nations at Pleven in Bulgaria, as riders competed for the honour of their nation in front of thousands of fans. Power slides, huge jumps, spectacular pile-ups, informed commentary and exclusive behind-the-scenes features - the Supermoto World Championship 2008 Official Review has it all!

Supermoto World
Championship Review 2008

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The ultra-fast Dundrod circuit proved a sensational showcase for riders at the 2006 Ulster Grand Prix. Using on-board and trackside cameras, this review captures a star-studded line-up of riders in full flight during all six races. See race veterans Lougher, Hutchinson, Anstey, Porter and McGuinness compete with Guy Martin, who dominated the pack achieving five podium places with four wins.

There is Superstock, Supersport 600 and 250cc races plus a superbike showdown won by just 2/10ths of a second. Interviews with the riders, commentary and race analysis will help you keep up with the roaring road race action!

Ulster Grand Prix 2006

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Worlds Fastest Bikes 2

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The top riders. The toughest tests. The world’s fastest bikes. One unforgettable ride. Get ready to gawp as road racing, rally and superbike stars John McGuinness, Dave Moore, Mark Higgins, Scott Smart and Jim Moodie thrash the latest high-performance road bikes to their limits! These guys put the bikes through their paces on track, at Ty-Croes race circuit in Anglesey, and road, around the world famous 37.76 mile TT course.

Featuring this feast of mean machines:- Suzuki GSXR600 - Suzuki GSXR1000 - Kawasaki ZX6R - KawasakiZX10R - Honda CBR 600RR - Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade - Triumph 600 - Yamaha R1 - Yamaha R6 - Aprilia RSV

Our exclusive footage also includes close-up engine and chassis details, plus rider interviews. Experience this mind-blowing display of speed and style from a rider’s eye-view, as on-bike cameras take you on the ride of your dreams from the comfort of your own settee!

Experience all the drama from the 2007 battle for the World Supersport crown in the action-packed Official Review of an incredible season of racing from the finest circuits in the world. Join the Supersport racing elite as they travel the globe in pursuit of World Championship glory. The Official Review takes you from the opening event in Qatar through all 13 thrilling rounds of this awesome series. Reigning champion Sebastien Charpentier was bidding for a third title in a row, but he crashed his Hannspree Ten Kate Honda while leading the opening round and handed the victory to teammate Kenan Sofuoglu. That win would set the tone for a truly incredible season for the young Turkish rider. In a remarkable year, Sofuoglu scored eight wins and only once finished off the podium - when he crashed out on lap one of the rain-soaked Silverstone round. It was an awe-inspiring season of domination, but the path to victory was not an easy one for Sofuoglu, he had to battle for glory at Donington, Assen, Monza and other legendary tracks. At Brands Hatch, with three rounds to go and just days before his 23rd birthday, Sofuoglu secured his first World Supersport Championship. The year will be remembered for Sofuoglu's incredible performance, but also for the awesome displays from the likes of Fabien Foret, super-sub Anthony West, Broc Parkes, Britain's Craig Jones and the other heroes of World Supersport. Enjoy a season packed with passes, crashes and incredible skills with the Official Review, featuring the best highlights, race analysis, expert commentary and the most breathtaking race action footage.

World Supersport
Review 2007

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