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John McGuinness - Breaking the Barrier released on DVD

The story of how John McGuinness became an Isle of Man TT legend is now revealed in an action-packed DVD, and crash.net users can save 35% when they buy.
In an action-packed DVD featuring an extended interview with John McGuinness himself, the story of how a legend was created is revealed in detail for the first time –and crash.net users can save 35% when they buy.

John McGuinness is no fan of the label 'TT legend', but it is an accolade he has truly earned during a spectacular career on the Isle of Man's iconic Mountain circuit.

On June 8, 2007, McGuinness cemented his place in TT history when he became the first person ever to lap the demanding 37.73-mile course at an average speed of more than 130mph.

Now, for the first time on DVD, the complete story of the journey towards 'Breaking the Barrier' is explored.

In an extensive, specially-filmed interview, McGuinness reveals the secrets behind his success, and we enjoy action-packed footage of his first 13 TT wins – including the epic, history-making Senior at the Centenary TT when he smashed the 130 barrier.

From his first victory in the Lightweight TT of 1999 through triumphs on singles, 400s, 600s and Superbikes, and on to the day he took his place in TT folklore.

All the great battles, supreme performances and era-defining races are here to enjoy in all their dramatic glory.

Throughout the DVD McGuinness reflects on each race, revealing the importance of his devastating first lap speed, the pivotal role played by Jim Moodie, how he has coped with the loss of close friends and what he really feels about that now legendary 130.354mph lap.

This is a chance to enjoy a history-making TT career with the rider giving you the inside line on each win, each record and each milestone in their relationship with the iconic TT course.

John McGuinness – Breaking the Barrier is available now from www.DukeVideo.com, and crash.net users can save 35% on the £19.99 RRP when they quote 'crash' at the checkout.



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