On-bike Laps 2015 Vol. 1, 2 & 3 - buy together at a great price:
Volume One delivers five of the most exciting laps we have ever seen.
Appropriately enough, Guy Martin gets the ball rolling with a rapid qualifying lap on his Tyco BMW Motorrad by TAS Racing S 1000 RR Superstock beast. We don’t often get to see laps from Guy’s point of view so this one is a treat for Guy fans.
Cameron Donald then swaps the Norton SG4 for the Valvoline Racing by Padgetts Motorcycles Honda CBR600RR Supersport machine. It is great to see the two-time TT winner flick the little machine around the hundreds of corners in such graceful and smooth style.
Ian “Hutchy” Hutchinson is next up and we get to see the Bingley Bullet back to his super-quick best as he hurtles the PBM Kawasaki Superbike around the course while leading the RST Superbike Race
We then join the “Ramsey Rocket” Conor Cummins for his 128mph standing start lap in the RST Superbike Race - always stylish, it is a pleasure to watch the young master at work.
Last, but certainly not least, John McGuinness takes the reins for the next lap and gives us an incredible insight into what it takes to ride the course quickly with three different cameras showing the amazing coordination of the TT’s leading rider.
2015 TT Sidecar Champions Ben and Tom Birchall get us off to a flying start with the fastest onboard lap ever recorded on a sidecar. We see the Mansfield brothers giving it everything in Sure Sidecar Race 1 to lap at over 116mph - they were really trying!
To follow that up we have Bruce Anstey on the Valvoline Racing by Padgett's Motorcycles Honda supersport machine. 126.033mph from a standing start is always impressive, but it is especially so when the lap starts with a massive moment at the top of Bray Hill. Bruce shows his skill and coolness behind his ? as he powers his way into second place.
Gary Johnson is another who has had a TT to forget, with a host of mechanical troubles afflicting his campaign but here he shows that while the machinery works he is more than capable of challenging for a win. 128.481mph from a standing start on the GBmoto Kawasaki is certainly fast!
We jump onboard with Michael Dunlop next and join him on the BMW Superstock machine for the opening lap of the RL360° Superstock Race. The eleven-time TT winner shows off the talent that has brought him so many victories and you can watch from two camera angles at once.
Join James Hillier on the insane Kawasaki Ninja H2R for a 'demo' lap which includes the fastest top speed ever recorded on the TT Mountain Course. On the Sulby straight the 300bhp supercharged hyperbike was clocked at 206mph! Fast doesn't describe it. And the noise... this is a lap not to be missed.
Volume Three contains three record laps including the fastest lap ever of the TT Mountain Course.
We start with John McGuinness on the number one Mugen bike in the SES TT Zero. John hustles the million-dollar machine round at a speed of nearly 120mph – setting a new lap record for zero-emissions bikes in the process.
Next we join the ‘Flying Kiwi’ Bruce Anstey for a 127.266mph lap during Monster Energy Supersport Race 2. As always, Bruce is super-smooth on the Valvoline Racing by Padgett's Motorcycles Honda 600.
Dave Molyneux achieved a long-held ambition at TT 2015 as he finally took Nick Crowe’s sidecar lap record of 116.667 mph set way back in 2007. Get onboard with Moly and Benjamin Binns for a masterclass in smooth sidecar speed.
How do you top that? With the fastest ever lap of the Mountain Course. John McGuinness was on incredible form as he powered his way into the lead on the first lap of the 2015 PokerStars Senior TT. We join him at the start of the second lap and end back at the pits just over 17 minutes later – an average of 132.701mph!
By comparison Ian “Bingley Bullet” Hutchinson’s 131.697mph standing start lap might sound a bit tame - it is anything but. Hutchy is trying everything he knows to wrest control of the race from John and the pace is simply breath-taking.
Sit back and watch the masters at work – but be warned, the edge of your seat is going to be taking a hammering!