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TT3D: Closer to the Edge Blu-ray + Free 10x8 Print
TT3D: Closer to the Edge Blu-ray + Free 10x8 Print
£26.00

TT3D: Closer to the Edge - Due for release on 28 November 2011.
Pre-order now to ensure direct dispatch when new stock arrives.


This stunning new documentary film about the TT has been wowing cinema audiences since its release in early 2011. Soon you will be able to own it on DVD and Blu-ray disc. Your Collectors Edition will contain 1 x Blu-ray Disc featuring the Documentary in 3D and 2D and 1 x Standard DVD – Extras will be featured on the Standard DVD which will include the making of the documentary and with loads of footage that didn't make it into the cinemas.
TT3D: Closer to the Edge shortlisted for five industry awards:

British Independent Film Campaign of the Year
Best Documentary Release of the Year
Best Campaign of the Year for a Film in 3D
Premiere of the Year
Trailer of the Year

This comes with a free 10x8 print from the 2010 TT featuring Guy Martin with the TV helicopter in the back ground.

TT Closer To The Edge DVD + Free 10x8 Print
TT Closer To The Edge DVD + Free 10x8 Print
£20.00

Due for release on 28 November 2011.
Pre-order now to ensure direct dispatch when new stock arrives.

This stunning new documentary film about the TT has been wowing cinema audiences since its release in early 2011. Soon you will be able to own it on DVD and Blu-ray disc. Your Standard DVD will contain 2 x DVDs, the first DVD will feature the Documentary in 2D and extras will be featured on the second DVD which will include the making of the documentary and interviews and with loads more footage that didn't make it into the cinemas.

TT3D: Closer to the Edge shortlisted for five industry awards:

British Independent Film Campaign of the Year
Best Documentary Release of the Year
Best Campaign of the Year for a Film in 3D
Premiere of the Year
Trailer of the Year

This comes with a free 10x8 print from the 2010 TT featuring Guy Martin with the TV helicopter in the back ground.

2011 IOM TT Review - Blu Ray
2011 IOM TT Review - Blu Ray
£24.00

"The TT coverage gets better and better every year" Ride

"Sure to be in high demand" Irish Bike

Relive the action, drama and atmosphere of the amazing 2011 Isle of Man TT fuelled by Monster Energy. The Official Review features comprehensive coverage of every race, practice and the unique festival atmosphere which surrounds the world’s great road race. This is racing at its most extreme – speeds of more than 190mph just inches from hedges, houses and walls.

New trackside camera angles, breathtaking aerial footage and white-knuckle on-board sequences put you at the heart of the action for unrivalled race coverage, exclusive behind-the-scenes access and special features. This year revealing thermal imaging technology appears alongside the stunning ultra slow-motion camera footage. Once again, expert commentary and analysis comes courtesy of former racers Steve Parrish and James Whitham, and, new for 2011, TT-winner Steve Plater joins the team.

‘King of the Mountain’ John McGuinness reclaimed his crown with stunning rides in the Dainese Superbike and PokerStars Senior TT, although fan’s favourite Guy Martin made the Morecambe missile work for his 17th victory every mile of the way. Michael Dunlop, Bruce Anstey, Michael Rutter and the Sidecar team of Klaus Klaffenbock and Dan Sayle all made welcome returns to the top step of the TT podium, plus the 100th anniversary of racing on the legendary 37.7-mile Mountain course celebrated new victors – Lincolnshire’s Gary Johnson and TT Sidecar regulars John Holden and Andrew Winkle. Eight races, seven winners and some of the closest competition seen in a century of racing on the Moutain – and it is all here.

2011 IOM TT Review - DVD
2011 IOM TT Review - DVD
£20.00

"The TT coverage gets better and better every year" Ride

"Sure to be in high demand" Irish Bike

Relive the action, drama and atmosphere of the amazing 2011 Isle of Man TT fuelled by Monster Energy. The Official Review features comprehensive coverage of every race, practice and the unique festival atmosphere which surrounds the world’s great road race. This is racing at its most extreme – speeds of more than 190mph just inches from hedges, houses and walls.

New trackside camera angles, breathtaking aerial footage and white-knuckle on-board sequences put you at the heart of the action for unrivalled race coverage, exclusive behind-the-scenes access and special features. This year revealing thermal imaging technology appears alongside the stunning ultra slow-motion camera footage. Once again, expert commentary and analysis comes courtesy of former racers Steve Parrish and James Whitham, and, new for 2011, TT-winner Steve Plater joins the team.

‘King of the Mountain’ John McGuinness reclaimed his crown with stunning rides in the Dainese Superbike and PokerStars Senior TT, although fan’s favourite Guy Martin made the Morecambe missile work for his 17th victory every mile of the way. Michael Dunlop, Bruce Anstey, Michael Rutter and the Sidecar team of Klaus Klaffenbock and Dan Sayle all made welcome returns to the top step of the TT podium, plus the 100th anniversary of racing on the legendary 37.7-mile Mountain course celebrated new victors – Lincolnshire’s Gary Johnson and TT Sidecar regulars John Holden and Andrew Winkle. Eight races, seven winners and some of the closest competition seen in a century of racing on the Moutain – and it is all here.

2010 IOM TT Review DVD
2010 IOM TT Review DVD
£19.00

Available on Pre-order due for release on 16 August 2010

The Official DVD Review of the 2010 Isle of Man TT brings fans all the action and atmosphere from the world’s greatest road race festival.

Once again making use of the excellent footage captured by North One Television, the action packed DVD review delivers a comprehensive look back at two weeks of speed and drama.

With extensive coverage of Practice Week, the five solo races, both sidecar races and the new clean emissions TT Zero event for electric bikes, the Official Review is the definitive story of one of motorsport’s greatest events

2010 IOM TT Review Blu Ray
2010 IOM TT Review Blu Ray
£23.00

Includes FREE standard DVD 2010 TT review

The Official Review of the 2010 Isle of Man TT on Blu-ray brings fans all the action and atmosphere from the world’s greatest road race festival in stunning high definition and with amazing sound quality.

2009 IOM TT Review DVD
2009 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

The 2009 Isle of Man TT Official Review delivers comprehensive coverage of a record-breaking event, with edge-of-the-seat drama from every race, special features and informed commentary from Steve Parrish and James Whitham.

Produced for the first time by North One Television, there’s more on-board cameras with top riders than ever before and the slow-motion sequences recorded with the Hi-Motion camera are a spellbinding innovation. The skill it takes to control 240bhp superbikes at over 190mph has never been so spectacularly captured.

2009 IOM TT Review Blu Ray
2009 IOM TT Review Blu Ray
£23.00

The Official Review of the 2009 Isle of Man TT features almost four hours of race action, fascinating interviews and plenty of bonus features.

For the first time the awesome racing from the world’s greatest road races can now be enjoyed in unrivalled high definition, thanks to Blu-ray Disc technology.

This is the first time the TT has been available on Blu-ray, offering fans an exceptional viewing experience. You will marvel at the pin-sharp picture quality, the definition so refined you can see the riders' eyes behind their visors and experience every flex of the machines as the extreme slow-motion sequences take you closer than ever to the TT.

The 2009 Isle of Man TT Official Review delivers comprehensive coverage of a record-breaking event, with edge-of-the-seat drama from every race, special features and informed commentary from Steve Parrish and James Whitham.

2008 IOM TT Review DVD
2008 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Experience the drama and excitement of the Isle of Man TT with the action-packed, 2-disc Official Review of the greatest road race festival in the world.

This is every vital moment from all nine races as the TT entered its second century, with aerial footage, on-board cameras, kerbcams, interviews, on-screen graphics and more, delivering the ultimate look back at some of the best racing the TT has ever seen.

2007 IOM TT Review DVD
2007 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Experience every pulsating moment of the 2007 TT in this two-disc Official DVD Review, featuring four hours of the best motorcycle road racing imaginable, and many of the biggest names in the sport.
Detailed, expert coverage of all six races takes you to the heart of the action as reputations are built and broken. Records are smashed lap after lap as these remarkable competitors race for the ultimate prize. The incredible action from the world famous 37.73-mile Mountain Circuit is captured from every angle, featuring action from on-bike, aerial and kerbside cams - including an array of new vantage points and loads of never-seen-before footage.
The Centenary TT had it all - Mountain Circuit legends John McGuinness and Dave Molynuex setting new standards to take their tallies to 13 wins apiece, blistering performances from Kiwi Bruce Anstey, a maiden win for rising star Ian Hutchinson and much, much more.
Plus the emotionally-charged moment when McGuinness smashed his own outright lap record to become the first to lap at more than 130mph! Whether you were one of the 60,000 who joined the 100th birthday celebrations in the Isle of Man or one of the many thousands more who wished they could, this is the essential record of an incredible festival.

2006 IOM TT Review DVD
2006 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Only one thing was better than the brilliant weather at TT 2006 and that was the speed of the world's most famous 'real roads' course.

This review takes you trackside using cameras on bikes, kerbs and helicopters to capture wheelies, jumps and white-knuckle corners at rubber-stripping speeds.

All six races are covered in three entertaining hours - including rider interviews, post-race celebrations and the pit-lane stops. DVD extras include an on-board lap with Guy Martin, international rider profiles a marshal's guide to the TT.

"Spring's annual TT festival, 13 days and 6 races, is a magnificent anachronism, like Wimbledon's grass or Epsom's undulations. While the MotoGP boys whizz round on their manicured tracks, the Isle of Man's 'real roads' mountain course is nearly 38 miles long, with 266 turns, many of them combination corners. It breeds a special kind of biking hero, and this year's was undoubtedly John McGuiness, the 'Morcambe Missile', who won 3 of the 4 solo races, set 9 outright lap records and edged to within 0.55mph of the mythic 130mph lap. Conditions were well-nigh perfect, and this record of the proceedings isn't far off it either ... it's a model of what a motorsport DVD should be; expert commentary, illuminating interviews, more camera positions than you can shake a stick at and a whopping 220 minutes of action. A bonus feature offers travel details for 2007, Centenary year; if enough of the so-far unconverted view this, they'll have to put on more ferries."

2005 IOM TT Review DVD
2005 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Welcome to the Isle of Man, the road racing capital of the world! TT 2005 witnessed dramatic changes with the all-new Superbike, Supersport A and B and Superstock races each going to four different winners! McGuinness was the only rider to go on to clinch two victories, bringing his total TT wins to eight. The two sidecar races were just as nail biting with the first victory going to Nick Crowe and Darren Hope in the Sidecar A. Moly stormed back in Sidecar B to become not only the most successful sidecar driver in TT history taking his 11th victory; but also the first to break the elusive 20-minute barrier on three wheels!

DVD extras include on-board laps and telemetry with Martin Finnegan averaging 127 mph around the course, and a completely different viewpoint with Tony Baker as a passenger in his sidecar! Plus coverage of the Classic Parade Lap featuring 10 times TT winner Giacomo Agostini reunited with MV Agusta alongside many more TT favourites. This official review brings you the racing from every conceivable angle with kerb, on-bike, helicopter and roadside cameras, as well as capturing the electric atmosphere on Douglas Prom.

2004 IOM TT Review DVD
2004 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

It takes guts to race in the TT, luck and skill to finish and raw talent to win. TT 2004 saw emphatic wins, lap and race records and plenty of bottle! With the racing even hotter than the weather, records fell in the Duke Formula 1, Production 1000, Junior & Sidecar classes with the outright lap record lifted to 127.68 mph by John McGuinness. McGuinness went on to take wins in the Formula 1, Junior TT and Lightweight 400, to join TT greats, Hailwood, Dunlop, Hislop and Jefferies in the elite hat-trick club.

Bruce Anstey, Ryan Farquhar and Adrian Archibald also took race wins whilst Dave Molyneux clocked up a record-equalling 10th sidecar win.

This official review captures the racing, the records, the riders and the atmosphere generated by one of the largest TT crowds for years. The action is captured from all angles, using kerb, on-bike and roadside cameras together with some stunning heli-cam footage, to give you the closest, most exhilarating review of this fantastic festival. It's not easy for the production team to improve on these excellent reviews each year, but we think even regular viewers will be impressed with this DVD.

2003 IOM TT Review DVD
2003 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

There’s nothing remotely like it anywhere in the wide world of motorcycle and motor sports. Only the notorious TT Mountain Course presents its challengers with over 37 miles of public roads to attack at mind-boggling speeds. The ultimate challenge has been there since 1907 and in 2003 Ireland’s Adrian Archibald was the one to conquer it in determined, ultra high speed style on his 1000cc TAS Suzuki. Sadly, Archibald’s win in the Duke F1 was to be dedicated to his TAS teammate David Jefferies, 2002’s fastest man and outright lap record holder, who was fatally injured in a practice accident. Later in the week the Ulsterman set a runaway 126+mph average pace in the Senior to achieve a fitting and emotional win for the TAS Suzuki team.

Watch Kiwis Bruce Anstey and Shaun Harris power their way to victory and marvel at Molly’s sidecar wheel-spinning over the Mountain to yet one more win!

Pull up a chair and we’ll soon have you on the edge of it as we take you through all 8 races – from the road, the air, on-bike and from kerbcams. With filming from some great new locations, picture quality that is second to none and some ‘colourful’ sideshow action, this is not to be missed!

2002 IOM TT Review DVD
2002 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

What a blast! What a party! The TT is back - bigger and better than ever before. Records tumbled as road racing's finest blasted round the course in a maelstrom of high speed duels and thunderous racing. All eyes were on David Jefferies. In 2000 he broke the 125mph barrier; in this year's Duke F1 race he obliterated his own record with an incredible 126.68mph lap - then went even faster in the Senior at an astonishing 127.29mph!

TAS Suzuki team-mate Ian Lougher took two wins and three seconds and there were wins for Jim Moodie and Bruce Anstey. Rob Fisher became the most successful sidecar racer ever on the island and Manxman Richard 'Milky' Quayle recorded a tremendous win in the 400 race! Jam packed with stunning action highlights, there's plenty of apres-race high-jinks and mad antics crammed in here too.

This is one-hundred-and-ninety-miles-an-hour action, filmed from the ground (so close you can almost feel the shockwaves of the top men blasting past!) and from the air with the most fantastic pictures yet of two-wheeled missiles hurtling through the countryside. For electrifying on-board footage and awesome picture quality that you'll want to slo-mo time and again, flick into top gear for the offical story of TT 2002. It rocks!

2000 IOM TT Review DVD
2000 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Stunning action, excitement, drama and controversy - TT 2000 had it all.

This is some of the gutsiest racing ever seen on the Mountain Circuit including the awesome hat tricks scored by Joey Dunlop and David Jefferies and the first ever 125mph lap!

If you want to relive the magic of TT 2000, and learn more about the world's greatest road racing festival, this DVD is all you need.

Check out action from every race, filmed from the very best vantage points plus hair-raising shots from the unique kerbcam, on-bike footage and spectacular aerial views. In between the racing you can enjoy rider interviews and loads of off-track antics.

This is TT2000. There will never be one like this again.

1999 IOM TT Review DVD
1999 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

You can usually hear them before you see them. Suddenly they explode into view - a flash of colour, then they're gone. The speeds are awesome, the whole spectacle mindblowing. This action packed long review is your exclusive record of TT 1999 - featuring ALL the racing - and plenty more besides!
Extensive coverage gives you an unrivalled view. Multi cameras around the circuit and in the pits, better than ever before aerial footage, on-bike cameras and the unique kerbcam ensure total exposure from every angle to a quality level normally only seen in edit studios.
Join Keith Huewen and Julian Ryder as the thrills and spills unfold in this official review - your record of the last TT races of the twentieth century.
Special Features
Go straight to any lap of any race
Perfect freeze frames of the awesome action
Aerial circuit guide featuring overhead images of all the main corners
Rider biographies of the top-three finishers
Complete on-board lap in a sidecar - exclusive to this DVD
Potted history of the TT
The 'Bray Hill Experience' in Dolby 5.1!

1998 IOM TT Review DVD
1998 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Every year the Isle of Man welcomes thousands of fans to the world's greatest road racing festival. They come for a massive dose of speed, excitement, fun, drama and the chance to ride the most famous circuit of all. The pull of the TT's legendary 37 mile Mountain Circuit is even stronger for the competitors who enter the ultimate motorcycle sport challenge. This is the full, official coverage of everything that happened during the 1998 TT fortnight. If the weather was unpredictable the racing was even more so with some stunning riding and nailbiting finishes. Each race is covered in-depth and includes the pit stop dramas (none more dramatic than Bob Jackson's in the Senior!) and rider interviews. The winners all ran a gauntlet of emotions - unbelievable courage and bravery whilst racing, tension in the pits and then the agonising wait for victory to be confirmed. Just ask Ian Simpson, Michael Rutter, Jim Moodie, Dave Molyneux / Doug Jewell, and of course, those Dunlop brothers! Down at road level, kerb-cam footage gives you the frightening picture of 180mph machines heading towards you! Put that together with on-bike cameras, aerial footage and more well placed cameras than ever before around the course and you're in for over two hours of mega road racing action! Plus of course there’s the Street Party, the Purple Helmets, Bushy's on the Prom and bikes, bikes, bikes! This was TT98 - a road racing experience like no other.

1997 IOM TT Review DVD
1997 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

1997 - the 90th milestone of the TT mega festival - was a scorching year in more ways than one; sun hotter than hell and blistering racing to match as the world's best road racers - McCallen, the Dunlop brothers, Rutter, Moodie, Simpson, Beck, Jackson - once more took on the 'Challenge of the Mountain'. While the fans coped with sunburn, injured aces fought their own battle of wills. Following his Formula 1 victory, McCallen rode in excruciating pain to win both the Production and Senior TTs, and Robert Dunlop came back after serious injury in 1995 to claim a rostrum place. Meanwhile big brother Joey added yet another victory to his tally, taking his total to an incredible 22 wins in 22 years. Don't miss... Ian Lougher, snatching victory on the last lap. 'Simmo' Simpson, breaking lap and race records in his first TT win. Hanks/Biggs, Biggs/Biggs and Hanks/Wilson - sidecar families on top. And that's just the racing! We also feature pit lane drama, rider interviews, off-track antics, the Ramsey Sprint, the soaring Red Arrows and as ever, the fantastic fans who make the TT festival the unique event it is. With more cameras than ever this year around the course, more spectacular helicopter views, great on-bike and the mind-blowing kerbside cam - we bring you all the burning action you could ever want, to watch again and again...

1996 IOM TT Review DVD
1996 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

They came, they conquered... they raised the roof - record-shattering Phil McCallen and Joey Dunlop, Manx sidecar aces Molyneux and Hill, and tenacious Scot Jim Moodie all made it to the top of the rostrum during TT96 as their reward for exemplary racing. 1996 was a year made remarkable by the sheer grit, determination and the extraordinary TT spirit that triumphs over adversity - from paddock to pitlane, newcomers to veterans. In this official video you can relive the full, drama-packed story of every race as covered by 10 cameras, spectacular helicopter views, sensational on-board camera shots during races and the jaw-dropping road-level view from the kerbcam. See pitlane dramas fuel the tension during the Formula One but McCallen and Jefferies still set the race alight. In the sidecar races, local heroes Molyneux and Hill burn holes in the record books... twice! Yer Maun Joey takes his 20th and 21st victories in the Ultra Lightweight and Lightweight respectively. Then in the Senior, McCallen becomes the first rider ever to win four races in one week. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. In this extensive review of over two and a half hours you'll find interviews, pitlane close-ups, stunts, sand racing... and above all the unbeatable Island spirit that brings riders and fans back year after memorable year!

1995 IOM TT Review DVD
1995 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

1995 made Joey Dunlop the most successful TT rider ever and the quickest 250cc rider in TT history - but it wasn't just this extraordinary rider who gave 40,000 fans what they came for! In this official review you can experience the high-speed skill, tensions and raw courage that marked every race - and the unbeatable party atmosphere that makes the TT a motorcycling festival like no other!

Extensive coverage from the first practice to Friday's historic Senior, featuring the experienced Honda Britain squad of Joey Dunlop, David Jefferies, Steve Ward, and master blaster Phillip McCallen; two devastating Sidecar successes for Fisher and Hutchinson; a scorching Ducati Singles win for Kiwi Robert Holden; and record-breaking Junior and Ultra-Lightweight races.

Along the way, heroic comebacks and winners-in-the-making, rider and celebrity interviews, spectacular aerial shots, on-bike camera footage from nearly every race, the low down from the kerb-cam - plus highlights of the best racing festival in the world!

1994 IOM TT Review DVD
1994 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Hundreds of entries from nineteen countries, plus thousands of supporters gathering on the Isle of Man from all corners of the globe for record-breaking race action - TT94 was the place to be! Popular Scots rider Steven Hislop took two TT titles on the 750 Castrol Honda (F1 and Senior) to reach a milestone of 11 TT wins! Joey Dunlop shattered the record books with his 16th and 17th TT victories making him the most successful rider in the history of the TT! There was also a TT double (and a new lap record) for sidecar demons Rob Fisher and Michael Wynn. Hear what the riders think of this challenging circuit in post-race interviews and experience close-up the pressures of the pit lane. Celebrate a double victory for Jim Moodie in the inaugural singles race and the Supersport 400. Watch stone walls, trees, houses and telegraph poles hurtle by as on-bike cameras put you in the hot seat in nearly every class. Experience some of the fastest on-bike action ever recorded as Steve Hislop hits a stomach-churning 123mph average during practice. Soak up the special TT atmosphere with colourful coverage of numerous day and night off-track activities, from sand racing to live bands. This was TT94 - a road racing festival unlike any other. Live the experience in 2 hours of action-packed viewing.

1992 IOM TT Review DVD
1992 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Lap records were made and broken as the finest talent in road racing gathered for what was to be a special year. This is the full length review of TT '92 capturing the fantastic racing that brought Phillip McCallen (Honda) and Geoff Bell/Keith Cornbill (Yamaha sidecar) maiden victories, a brace of wins for Brian Reid (Yamaha) and a place in the history books for Joey Dunlop as a 14 times winner. Steve Hislop on his white Abus Norton rekindled memories of the glory days of Manx Nortons, dicing with Carl Fogarty throughout the 6-lap Senior. Foggie set a new outright lap record of 123.61mph on the last riveting, nail-biting lap, but it still wasn't enough to catch the brilliant Hizzie, who nicked it by 4 seconds!

Savour the breathtaking footage from this historic and memorable meeting including on-bike action down the roller-coaster ride that is Bray Hill and kerbcams to bring you literally inches from the action.

1993 IOM TT Review DVD
1993 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Eighty-six years after the first TT took place in the Isle of Man, there seems no limit to the number of fans who want to be part of an event which is now totally unique in world motorsport. They come - over 40,000 of them in 1993 - from all over the world to see more than just the most thrilling bikesport anywhere! They want to enjoy high speed racing on real roads where you can watch from just a few feet away; to personally sample the most demanding course in the world on the notorious 'Mad Sunday' and other non-racedays; to take part in a massive festival of motorcycling with everything from beach races to street parties, bungy jumping, bike rallies and air displays; and of course to follow TT heroes like Joey Dunlop, Nick Jefferies and Phil McCallen. The extensive race action in this video celebrates Joey's historic 15th TT victory, Nick's first TT win, Phil's Senior victory and the other thrilling solo and sidecar races. The quality of the video action is unsurpassed, whilst on-board cameras put you in the hot seat with the top solos and sidecars - including for the first time on-screen r.p.m. and speed data from McCallen's RVF Honda. We also capture a strong flavour of the many activites taking place in between races, day and night! All in all, enough to satisfy the most ardent fan! So sit down and enjoy every minute of an event which itself has a special place in history - the TT.

1991 IOM TT Review DVD
1991 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

From the tense moments with riders a few seconds before the start, through thrills galore captured at scores of different locations, to the heartbeat of the TT on Douglas Promenade, White Lining is over 100 minutes of TT magic. The mind blowing race action is supported by computer graphics which help you to keep track of what's going on around the 37.73 mile TT Mountain Course. On-bike cameras put you in the hot seat of Trevor Nation's Norton and Dave Leach's Yamaha - as well as giving you the TT experience from a sidecar racer's point-of-view with Dave Molyneux. When you have recovered from that, look out for this year's sensational innovation, the 'kerbcam' which captures the view at the bottom of Bray Hill as bikes hurtle past literally two inches from the lens! In between races, the Videovision camera crews join 40,000 fans at the world's leading 'festival of motorcycling' to capture the atmosphere of this unique event. It's all here in our TT video par excellence!

1990 IOM TT Review DVD
1990 IOM TT Review DVD
£18.00

Since the first race in 1907, the TT has maintained its position as the world's most famous motorcycle race. Only the TT has consistently tested man and machine to the absolute limit and given thousands of riders their ultimate challenge. This is the event that every motorcycle racer worth his salt wants to win, the course he wants to conquer. In our review of the 1990 races captured by the experts from Videovision Broadcast you can experience every aspect of the TT as the all-seeing cameras not only take you to some of theleast accessible and most spectacular parts of the course, but also onboard with the riders as they hurtle through the Manx countryside. All seven races are covered in full from the Formula One to the Senior and includes both legs of the Sidecars (look out for some really different onboard camera footage from the chair brigade!) The TT has all the ingredients of a great sporting video. Conquest is the ultimate mix of those ingredients in over 105 minutes of superb entertainment.