TV Show that revolve around or to a great extent feature motorcycles.
WHAT'S IN THE BARN? brings viewers on a quest that crisscrosses the U.S. for vintage motorcycles and cars. Wheels Through Time Museum curator Dale Walksler hosts this one-of-a-kind journey through America's barns where yesterday's junk becomes automotive Americana that he will bring back to life and sell. Walksler has spent his life searching for long since forgotten gems, and uncovering history in the most unusual and extraordinary places. As his passion grew, so did his collection, eventually evolving into the motorcycle paradise that is the Wheels Through Time Museum. Located in Maggie Valley, N.C., Wheels Through Time features more than 300 of America's rarest classic motorcycles, and the collection continues growing thanks to Dale's undying passion for historic automotive machines.
Throttle Out isn't about chromed customs or gnarly neck tattoos, but rather the real adventures of two lifelong friends taking on the world-its culture, geography, and technology-through motorcycles. Whether the bikes are old or new, fast or slow, the mission is always the same: explore the infinite ways a motorcycle can move you and discover the thrill of living life on two wheels. When in doubt, Throttle Out!
Motorcycle guru Henry Cole hits the streets to explore biker culture, from road racing and trick riding to bike customization and restoration work.
In the first series of "Charley Boorman's Extreme Frontiers" we follow Charley and Russ Malkin as they attempt to travel 10,300 mile across Canada, the world’s second largest country. They travel across the country mainly on motorbikes as they visit all of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. In the second series, we follow Charley and Russ again as they travel 6,000 miles overland in South Africa on BMW GS Adventure motorcycles. Charley and the boys return in Series 3 for their latest adventure. Starting in Hawaii, Charlie moves to Alaska, then to the Eastern seaboard and down to the Southern states, inland to the Gulf of Mexico, up again to the Rockies and finishing on the Pacific Coast at Los Angeles.
Charley Boorman returns for a new four-part series and a brand new adventure, exploring the USA. Charley starts off in Hawaii before heading up to Alaska, flying to Boston on the east coast and travelling west across mainland America to Los Angeles. Along the way he searches out the most extreme activities in which to immerse himself, such as crossing live volcanoes, squeezing through narrow caves, setting up camp underground and abseiling down a waterfall.
Charley Boorman travels 6,000 miles overland in South Africa with his BMW GS Adventure motorcycle.
Setting off from London, Ewan and Charley travel through some of the most beautiful, but often dangerous, terrain the world has to offer. Crossing over into mainland Europe, they travel through France, Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Siberia, Alaska, Canada and three months later arrive at their final destination, New York City USA!
Three years after circumnavigating the globe together, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman undertake another overland motorcycle adventure, this time from John O'Groats to South Africa.
Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman journey to glorious landscapes across South and Central America on the backs of prototype electric Harley-Davidsons in the third series of the epic motorcycle adventure saga.
Popular Youtube vloggers, SerpentZA & Laowhy86, head to the northernmost point of China on their most grueling and punishing adventure to date.
Two seasoned Youtube vloggers bike 5000km through the weirdest and wildest back roads of southern China. Join Winston Sterzel, "The Original China Vlogger," and his fellow Youtuber, C-Milk, on their epic southern China adventure. They tackle tough roads, witness breath-taking scenery, sample weird food and meet fascinating locals along the way. This is China like you've never seen it before.
It's not always the police cars or ambulances that get to incidents first; it's the men – and women – on motorbikes. Meet the frontline heroes of Britain's emergency services as we follow West Midland's Ambulance Service biker paramedics and Essex police biker cops, and enter the world of those who daily risk their lives to save ours.
The Motorbike cops are an elite group of officers working the busy roads and expressways in and around Sydney. Highly trained specialists on a motorcycle, their job is to keep our streets safe.
Having completed Long Way Round with friend and fellow actor Ewan McGregor, Charley wanted a new challange. The Dakar Rally provided this challange and over 10.000 km from Portugal, through Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Guinea and Senegal across treacherous terrain in extreme temperatures the Dakar Rally is just about as hard as it gets.
The Walking Dead star and motorcycle enthusiast Norman Reedus hits the open road to explore local biker culture and celebrate the best and brightest collectors, mechanics and craftsmen around the country. Each episode features Reedus and a riding companion – a fellow actor, musician, friend or local chopper fanatic – as they journey to custom bike shops, tattoo parlors, collector’s warehouses, or a roadside smokehouse… with plenty of time for unplanned detours and tire changes.
Two adventure bikers take on the journey of a lifetime travelling through Morocco, North Africa, on the trail of the ultimate biking challenge, the Dakar Rally. One rider, Christophe Barriere-Varju, has competed in the Dakar Rally four times. The other, Laura Csortan, has never set a wheel off road before. Starting in Marrakech, Morocco, they must make their way through mountains, gorges, rivers and deserts to reach the Moroccan Sahara. Christophe will be sharing his knowledge of what it takes to be an off road adventurer whilst Laura will be pushing her biking skills to the limits and experiencing a journey like never before. Will they make it to their final destination of the Sahara Desert or will the journey of a lifetime be too much for an off road novice?
Series that captures the lives and passions of the men, women and families who populate the extraordinary world of Irish road racing.
A Modern Day Trek in the Footsteps of Marco Polo. The Silk Road Adventure was an amazing 53-day journey spanning 12,000 kilometers from Istanbul, Turkey to Xian, China. GlobeRiders Producer Sterling Noren captured over 80 hours of HD (High-Definition) video of Helge and the tour's Riders as they followed the roads and tracks of the ancient traders and their caravans. The Silk Road Adventure embarked from Istanbul, Turkey, made its way across Turkey into Georgia, then Azerbaijan. In Baku, the group boarded a freight tanker ferry for the voyage across the Caspian Sea, making landfall in Turkmenistan. Continuing eastward, the riders made their way through Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, finally entering northwestern China via the Organs pass, and from there, they completed the ride across the vast expanses of the Gobi to Xi an, city of the Terra Cotta Warriors, and terminus of the Silk Road.
Colin Pyle and Ryan Pyle have just completed a 18,000 km motorcycle journey around China, through some of the country's most populous and remote regions.
Tough Rides: India Also known as The India Ride. When Canadian brothers Colin and Ryan Pyle completed their record-breaking circumnavigation of China by motorcycle in 2010, they thought it would be their last great adventure together. In August 2012, they were back on the road again, this time on a journey around India. Fifty-four tough days later, they'd traveled 14,000 km, driven on some of the most dangerous roads in the world across deserts and over mountains, in torrential rainstorms and almost unbearable heat. They'd visited some remarkable places, including the magnificent Golden Temple at Amritsar, the perplexing Karni Mata Temple at Deshnoke, the holy River Ganges, and the site of Buddha's enlightenment at Bodh Gaya. They'd compounded the dangers of the road by paragliding at Manali, made a perfect cup of tea in Darjeeling, met some amazing people, and learned that almost nothing in India is what you expect it to be. In The India Ride, Colin and Ryan take us with them as they push themselves to new limits on a voyage of discovery that most people will only ever dream of making.
Documentary series that follows the work of the Isle of Man Constabulary during the world famous TT. Residents and cops work together to prepare the island for the TT fortnight.
Route 66 was decommissioned as an official American Highway some time ago but try telling that to Henry Cole. Six years after his previous pilgrimage, Henry fires up the beast and feels the pull of a fresh adventure on 'The Mother Road'. The 90 degree heat, 100% humidity and torrential rain turn out to be the least of his problems. The real ones come in the shape of the UFO Hunters, real gun slingers, eccentric millionaires and other frightening bikers Henry meets as he traverses the 2500 mile route. Is the myth growing more magical or is it fading into folklore? You can trust Henry to tell you straight as he gets his kicks on Route 66.
Story of the birth of the iconic Harley-Davidson brand that launched in 1903 by two friends from Milwaukee: William Harley and Arthur Davidson.
The nation's favorite biker, Henry Cole, and ace-engineer, Sam 'The Bike Whisperer' Lovegrove, on their quest to discover the amazing vintage vehicles lying abandoned in Britain's sheds. Motorbikes, cars, jeeps, tractors, yachts - whatever it is, they'll find it, do it up and flog it for a tidy profit!
The series tells the true story of the Milperra massacre, when the Bandidos and the Comancheros motorcycle clubs went to war on Father's Day, Sunday 2 September 1984. The massacre had its beginnings after a group of Comancheros broke away and formed the first Bandidos Motorcycle Club chapter in Australia. This resulted in intense rivalry between the two chapters. At a public swap meet at the Viking Hotel at Milperra, a brief but violent battle ensued with seven people shot dead, including a 14 year old innocent bystander. A further 28 people were wounded with 20 requiring hospitalisation