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TT 2013 On Bike Laps Vol 1 Download

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Product code: 1832EDReleased: 14 August 2019115 minutes

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Five laps on five of the fastest machines at the Isle of Man TT 2013 captured in stunning detail by the latest generation of onboard cameras.

Gary Johnson on his Honda Superbike opens the batting with a silky smooth and super fast lap in the perfect conditions of Thursday evening practice.

King of the Mountain John McGuinness finds out the hard way there are still bugs to iron out of his set up as he's forced to pull in around Ballacraine for adjustments before continuing and catching some slower riders over the Mountain.

John Holden and Andy Winkle go for a lap of the 37.73 mile course on their very rapid LCR Suzuki F2 outfit. The 2011 sidecar winners show they're still a formidable pairing with a very confident and polished performance.

Australian newcomer and British Superbikes star Josh Brookes makes one of the first forays over the Mountain Course but the rearward facing camera shows he's a quick learner - and he's not afraid of applying some of his short circuit instincts to keep his place on the road.

Finally, it's the turn of fellow Aussie Cameron Donald. He gets the worst of the late evening light with crepuscular conditions at Glen Helen and bright, low sunshine on the Cronk-y-Voddy straight. Luckily Cam's an old hand at the TT and knows it like the back of his hand.

This new release puts you right in the thick of the action as riders and machines hurtle through villages, along narrow country lanes and over the majestic sweep of the Mountain section. Sit back and enjoy the skill and finesse of some of the best riders in the world today.