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TT 2012 On Bike Laps Vol 2 DVD

Recorded during racing at the 2012 Isle of Man TT fuelled by Monster Energy, this collection of complete on-board laps puts you in the rider’s seat to experience jaw-dropping thrill rides around the legendary Mountain course at race speeds approaching 200mph.

Volume Two features five laps filmed during the Dainese Superbike, Sure Sidecar 1, Monster Energy Supersport 1 and Royal London 360 Superstock, including the chance to join two TT legends as they add yet more victories to their Mountain course tally and ride the course at more than 130mph.

From the Superbike race we compare the first lap exploits of Honda TT Legend great John McGuinness and Wilson Craig Honda-mounted Cameron Donald. Forward-facing cameras record the opening laps of both, as the pair traded the lead and recorded average speeds around the 37.7-mile course in excess of 130.2mph!

Next is the opening lap of the first Sidecar race, joining Dave Molyneux and Patrick Farrance as they average 113.269mph from a standing start. Fast and smooth, with the footage from the forward-facing camera you’ll soon realise why this lap helped Moly to TT win number 15.

Then it’s Michael Dunlop on his Yamaha R1 in the opening Supersport race, and a chance to see his physical style as he pumps in a 126.948mph lap, flying past rivals on his way to what should have been victory, had it not been for mechanical problems. The sensation of speed as the scenery flashes past is staggering, and if you are in any doubt about how much he is shifting, just look at the debris on the forward-facing camera as he comes into the pits.

Finally, we join Bruce Anstey for the opening lap of the Superstock TT as he thrashes round on the Padgetts Honda at 127.362mph from a standing start. The pace of the race meant Anstey had to settle for fourth, but this forward-facing lap shows just how good the Kiwi can be on his day – and just how spectacular a lap of the TT course really is!


90 mins