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Ride onboard with McGuinness at the TT

John McGuinness is well known as one of the top riders in the history of the famous Isle of Man TT races – with no fewer that 14 victories around the challenging island course.

Now, you can have the chance to complete a full lap of the 37.73 mile circuit along with the HM Plant Honda rider, courtesy of Duke Video.

For the first time in a number of years, McGuinness has carried an onboard camera on his bike during testing for the 2009 races, with a rear-facing camera capturing his focused eyes as he blasts round the public roads at an average speed of more than 129mph.

In the video, McGuinness hits speeds of over 190mph, as the countryside flashes past in the background.

The full video, featuring over 18 minutes of onboard action, can be downloaded for just £1.99 by clicking HERE.

A short teaser clip can be viewed by following the link below...


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Onboard with John McGuiness at the TT
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Luke Mossey, Quattro Plant Kawasaki [Credit: ianhopgoodphotography.net]
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Al - Unregistered

June 07, 2009 3:13 PM

no problem darren, but might I suggest you go to the offical iomtt dot com site for info, good as auntie beeb are they do sometimes get it rather wrong (eddie jordan as an F1 pundit being a rather good example).



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