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Within 48 hours of the first day of racing ending at the 2010 Isle of Man TT, Duke had four complete laps from the Superbike and first Sidecar races available to buy on DVD.

And just 24 hours after Monday's Supersport and Superstock showdowns, another volume of white-knuckle on-board action was in the shops!

The turnaround was quick – but the quality is in no way compromised. Using the spectacular footage of North One Television, these DVDs feature the highest quality on-bike laps captured during the TT. Isle of Man TT On-Bike Laps 2010 Volume 2 offers four complete laps of the 37.73-mile Mountain circuit.

The first three come from the six-lap PokerStars Superbike event, run on Saturday afternoon, while the final is from the epic three lap Sure Sidecar race of the same day.

First up is Keith Amor on the 1000cc HM Plant Honda, with the rear-facing camera letting you share the experience of battling with Cameron Donald for more than 12 miles. This is true high speed drama, all happening at an average speed of 128.9mph!

On lap two it is the turn of Bruce Anstey on the Relentless Suzuki by TAS Racing Superbike to act as cameraman. From a standing start he hits an average of 126.9mph, making use of a clear track and his smooth, stylish riding to give you a wonderful rider's-eye view from the forward-facing camera. Anstey's Australian teammate Donald is back next, escorting us around the second lap of the Superbike race at more than 129mph on the 1000cc Suzuki.

The final lap of Volume 2 features a maiden TT win for one of the event's most hard-working stars – former sidecar World Champion Klaus Klaffenbock. After years of misfortune, it all came good for the Austrian, with Manxman Daniel Sayle, in the first race for chairs this year. It was an epic battle against TT legend Dave Molyneux on corrected time, but on the track we witness a nose-to-tail dice with Tim Reeves at speeds of up to 145mph – and you'd better hang on tight, because you're in the passenger chair of the 600cc LCR Honda outfit!

For Isle of Man TT On-Bike Laps 2010 Volume 3 we've increased the content to five laps – we just had to stay on board with Guy Martin for more after a scintillating first lap of the Royal London 360 Superstock race!

First up is Michael Dunlop on lap four of the Superbike TT, the rear-facing camera letting you feel every slide as rear tyre of the Street Sweep/Robinson Concrete Superbike fights for grip under the power of the 1000cc Honda engine.

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Isle of Man TT On-Bike Laps 2010
Dean Harrison on the Silicone Engineering Kawasaki in the Senior TT.
Peter Hickman in the Senior TT on the Smiths BMW.
Michael Dunlop on the Bennetts Suzuki in the Senior TT.
Bruce Anstey on his way to victory in the TT Zero race.
Guy Martin on the Honda Racing Superbike.
Jochem van den Hoek.
Michael Rutter took victory in the Lightweight TT on the Italian Paton.
Dan Kneen celebrates with his team after sealing his maiden Isle of Man TT rostrum in the Superstock race.
Ian Hutchinson celebrates his Superstock victory.
Ian Hutchinson on his way to victory in the Superstock TT on the Tyco BMW.
Davey Lambert in the RST Superbike race.
A Sidecar narrowly missed spectators in an incident that was captured in a video posted on YouTube.
James Hillier on the JG Speedfit Kawasaki in the opening Supersport TT race.
Michael Dunlop in the Supersport TT.
Michael Dunlop on his Yamaha in the Supersport TT.
Peter Hickman claimed his maiden podium at the Isle of Man TT with a runner-up finish in the RST Superbike race.
Michael Dunlop at the start of the RST Superbike race on the Bennetts Suzuki.

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