• Mar 21, 2008

Over the weekend, Dylan Weiss from Cry Havoc Productions, Inc. let us know that his latest motorcycle-specific documentary went live at Discovery's Turbo online site. We've spent some time watching the footage, and we think it's awesome. Focusing in on Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, BMW, Ducati, MV Agusta and Bimota, the crew took plenty of footage home with them and managed to ride some of the greatest modern sportbikes ever created along the way. Best of all, over four hours of video is available online for free at their mini-site, broken down into 50 segments.

The whole shebang was shot in High Definition, so we have some serious hopes that it will air on The Discovery Channel, be offered on DVD or both. It's extremely entertaining and we definitely recommend checking it out. Thanks for the tip, Dylan!

[Source: Cry Havoc Productions, Discovery Turbo]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      When I go to a feed for Yamaha motorcycles I don't want to see them making pianos! I guess the hisory lesson is good but damn! Maybe it's me though, I'm in a bad mood right now.
        anthonjonassen
        • 2 Years Ago
        i here ya man, i got through about 4 minutes of them talking about how an r1 is like a piano. then turned it off. I am in a bad mood as well, i havent had a smoke in 3 weeks. whats your excuse?
      • 6 Years Ago
      awesome series, i hope we dont have to see those same test drivers with the nice race suits and really cheap helmets all the time
      • 6 Years Ago
      Just watched the BMW clips. Good stuff so far. I like the hosts, they're nice and not obnoxious or boring like a lot of automotive presenters are. Nice scenery and a little history (too bad all of my history knowlege pertains to cars & motorcycles!)

      It'll keep me occupied 'til Top Gear '08 comes out!

      Anybody been watching Fifth Gear? Its been pretty good this season.