If you're a fan of four-wheeled motorsports, there's no shortage of Meccas to visit - Indianapolis, Monaco, Daytona, Le Mans and the Nürburgring are all high on our list. For two-wheeled racing enthusiasts, though, the bucket list is likely a bit shorter, and could even be summed up by one event - the Isle of Man TT.

This mad, mad race is held on a small island in the Irish Sea and takes place entirely on closed public roads, attracting enthusiasts from across Europe. If you'd like to know what it's like to drive the TT route in a car, our own Seyth Miersma has the rundown. If you'd like something a bit more visual and focused on two-wheels, though, the team from Motor Circus has just the thing.

This half-hour long documentary follows a quartet of Germans on old BMW motorcycles as they travel from Berlin to the Isle of Man. It's entirely in German - there are English subtitles - but that doesn't mean it's not something that is totally worth checking out. This vid isn't just great because of the TT, though. It's a road-trip film, showing the guys and their bikes camping on a rural farm in Belgium and tearing up a beach, among other things. Scroll down and have a look, it's worth it.


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      Pop
      • 9 Months Ago
      Indeed, what a great little road trip. They saw beautiful countryside and met interesting people. Looked to be casual, low budget thrills all the way, too, and that's a bonus. Nice soundtrack. Nice cinematography. Maybe it's mo' moto than it is auto, but I'm glad you posted it. Thank you.
      Andyz
      • 9 Months Ago
      Even car head need to do this, what a fantastic Island and so unknown by many, add the TT and its magic (despite the weather). I went there to spectate years ago, then as a race crew, then as a sponsor, then raced myself (88-89) and finally went to live there....as I now live in the States I just need someone to offer me a gig as a journalist and I have completed the set. Book now and get yourself there
      Jaybird248
      • 9 Months Ago
      Beautifully done film. Well worth watching, and you may even learn a little German.
      throwback
      • 9 Months Ago
      Fantastic video! Nothing like a road trip in an old car or on an old bike.i would love to see more of the bikes, they look so cool.
      RickT
      • 9 Months Ago
      Great article. know the feeling of "itchy feet", I hit 65 this year, and although I don't plan to retire for a few more years, I'm really ready for these kind of bike road trips. Road several bikes in my younger years, then came marriage/kids/mortgage, you know "LIFE". Now, my kids are grown and gone, been single a long time. Live in the Houston area, my first trip (when I retire) is gonna be from Houston to Key West (Hog's Breath Saloon) then up the East Coast, till I get to the most Northern part of Maine when I can cross over into Canada, then head West till I get to Vancouver. Cross back into the U.S. then head east, and hopefully get to North Dakota in time for the big bike rally. Of course I'm really dreaming right now, but if my health holds up (it's pretty good for a guy my age) and I can afford it, am sure gonna try and make it happen.
      thrutheeyesofbry
      • 9 Months Ago
      And no one got a permenant erection?
      kimidam
      • 9 Months Ago
      Absolutely amazing! I really wish some day I would be able to do something like this...
      lrx301
      • 9 Months Ago
      beautiful scenes. the video quality is fantastic.
      Worx2749
      • 9 Months Ago
      Very nice video with four good guys. There is nothing like a long trip by motorcycle!