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Go on-board at the TT in stunning Blu-ray!

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Experience the unique thrill of riding the legendary Isle of Man TT course at race speed with the greatest road racers in the business – get set for the TT 2011 On-Bike Blu-ray Experience!

As the iconic 37.7-mile Mountain course marked its centenary, High Definition on-board cameras were mounted on the motorcycles to capture the essence of this amazing event. Now these white-knuckle thrill rides can be enjoyed on Blu-ray disc, with pin-sharp HD footage and unrivalled sound quality.

New from Duke, this Blu-ray collection brings together eight of the most breathtaking on-board laps from the two-week festival. These are complete laps, letting fans see what the racers see as they blast around the TT course at almost 200mph, with walls, hedges and houses within touching distance.

The collection is filled with action-packed on-bike highlights, all filmed in stunning HD detail, which will have viewers leaning into the corners and jumping back from the screen as the scenery flashes past. Plus, the exceptional sound quality offered by Blu-ray means you can thoroughly enjoy the uninterrupted engine sounds as the laps unfold.

TT legend John McGuinness, who claimed his 16th and 17th TT wins in 2011, race winners Bruce Anstey, Michael Dunlop and Cameron Donald, Sidecar aces John Holden/Andy Winkle and Klaus Klaffenbock/Dan Sayle, plus the Isle of Man's own Conor Cummins, are the guides as viewers enjoy a taste of the action from the Monster Energy Supersport races 1 and 2, Sure Sidecar race 2 and the PokerStars Senior TT.

We have always been amazed by the skill and determination of road racers at the Isle of Man TT, but on-board in High Definition viewers get closer to the experience than ever – just keep a keen eye out for McGuinness giving a riding master class on his way to a staggering 17th TT win and Michael Dunlop showing off his unrivalled wet weather skills.

For anyone who hasn't made the move to Blu-ray yet, this is the perfect excuse – a chance to experience the
2011 Isle of Man TT in pin-sharp High Definition with exceptional sound quality from on-board the machines.

In addition, the standard DVD version of the review is included in the Blu-ray disc box at no extra cost, so if fans haven't joined the 'HD revolution' yet, they can enjoy the programme straight away and won't have to pay all over again when they do move to Blu-ray technology.

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TT On-Bike 2011 Blu-Ray
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Michael Dunlop on the Black Eagle MV Agusta at the Classic TT.
Michael Dunlop on the Black Eagle MV Agusta at the Classic TT.
Bruce Anstey won the Lightweight race at the Classic TT on the Padgetts Honda RS250.
John McGuinness on the Winfield Paton at the Classic TT.
Bruce Anstey on the Padgetts RS250 Honda at the Classic TT.
Dean Harrison on the Silicone Engineering Kawasaki at the Classic TT.
Bruce Anstey on the Padgetts RS250 Honda at the Classic TT.
Michael Dunlop on the Team Classic Suzuki XR69 at the Classic TT.
Michael Dunlop on the Team Classic Suzuki XR69 during practice for the Classic TT.
Ian Lougher, Dean Harrison and Lee Johnston in the winners` enclosure following the 2015 500cc Classic TT
Bruce Anstey on the YZR500 Yamaha at the Classic TT.
Senior TT race winner Michael Dunlop, runner-up Ian Hutchinson and John McGuinness
Michael Dunlop on the Hawk Racing BMW in the Senior TT.
Ivan Lintin won the Lightweight TT on the Devitt RC Express Kawasaki.
Bruce Anstey, William Dunlop and Daley Mathison were the top three in the SES TT Zero race.

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Jon

August 19, 2011 4:00 PM

Duke, I normally buy the TT review but it's all very 'samey' year after year. Why not do a bonus Blue Ray with both the onboard and review in the same box? I'd buy that for 20 quid...



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