the bike or the man behind it. If you share my feelings and intrigue, then this documentary is right up your street.It's in three parts and last 45 minutes in total. Definitely one to watch.You can see the John Britten Documentary part two here.
VISORDOWN has 5 DVDs to give away, but you'd better be quick, the competition closes on Friday.TT: A Film Documentary was the popular and critically-acclaimed result of director Andy Stickland's work during the Isle of Man TT in 2003.Now, to mark
- Boorman will spend six weeks travelling around South Africa for a four-episode documentary that will air later this year. He will experience shark diving without a cage, climbing up and abseiling down Table Mountain and learning how to fly a fan
VISORDOWN is all up for give aways, we love them! Earlier in the week we posted a competition where you could win one of 5 copies of TT: A FILM DOCUMENTARYThe question we asked was:The first TT winner was Charlie Collier in 1907, but what was his average lap speed?The answer was:...
BBC1 will tonight (Tuesday) screen a documentary about a motorcyclist paralysed in a bike accident and his life after the crash.'Between Life and Death' charts the progress of 43-year-old Richard Rudd, following his near-fatal collision, when a car
in Illinois before going off-route and heading to Amish country, where he takes a horse-drawn buggy ride.A crash whilst filming nearly put paid to the documentary as he lost control of the trike. Describing the accident to the Daily Mail, Connolly said: "We
A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT 1976 Formula One star James Hunt and 500cc motorcycling legend Barry Sheene is scheduled to appear on ITV 1 this coming Monday at 10:35pm.'When Playboys Ruled the World' looks at the iconic motorsport duo and how their success
This is the trailer for the latest MotoGP specific documentary from filmmaker Mark Neal. The documentary, narrated again by Ewan McGregor, follows the 2010 and 2011 MotoGP campaigns of Valentino and tackling his new rivals in the youth contingent
IF YOU'RE a biker-type with a skinhead and want to get on TV, get over to the UK Casting Call website. They are looking for four male skinhead bikers for an up-coming TV documentary. Those chosen will be paid from £150 to £300 a day
Tuesday saw the premiere of the new MotoGP documentary Fastest, from Mark Neale - the director of Faster and The Doctor, the Tornado and the Kentucky Kid.The film is engrossing from the out-set as it begins with a blow-by-blow description
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