Is It Time for the Isle of Man TT Yet?

11/05/2011 @ 11:30 am, by Jensen Beeler8 COMMENTS

Is It Time for the Isle of Man TT Yet? isle of man tt relentless suzuki video 635x356

Put together by the TAS Relentless Suzuki squad, this short video about the Isle of Man TT is already getting me pumped up for next year’s races. Beautiful Manx scenery, the clever wit of Guy Martin, and of course true road-racing footage is a trifecta for anything good in the world. I could wax poetic a bit more, but then that would keep you from watching the video after the jump.

Source: Vimeo via My Life at Speed

Comment:

  1. Andrew says:

    Wonderful clip!!

  2. Jack says:

    So how come we never got to see Closer to the Edge on this side of the Atlantic? Not even the DVD!!!!!! I’m really P.O.ed

  3. lawrence1 says:

    Top notch!

  4. Roland says:

    simply the best place on earth!

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  6. Jack – check out the UK Amazon site and you’ll see it’s not even been released over here yet. A multi-region player should sort you out when it is.

    Apparently there were some issues with the distribution and it’s slowly worked it’s way around the globe. Perhaps the sheer size of the U.S. has prevented it from a release? Either way, you’re not missing much if you don’t have one of those gimmicky 3D TVs – just crank up the volume and enjoy it!

  7. Mustang says:

    “your not missing much” WTF!!! Even if you can’t watch it in 3D it’s the most fantastic bike racing film i’ve ever seen. I have seen it 3 times at the movies and have now bought the DVD – only in 2D – but still fantastic.

  8. Mustang – re-read my post, instead of selectively picking out part of it.

    “…you’re not missing much if you don’t have one of those gimmicky 3D TVs – just crank up the volume and enjoy it!” This is referring to the 3D aspect of the film, which IMHO adds bugger all to the picture, although I did enjoy having a good look at the camera on the day they were filming at Braddan Bridge (Supersport/Superstock races…)