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“In Search of The Ultimate Two Wheel Classic”.

“Two Wheel Classics is a new show we are producing for TV which we believe
will put a fresh new face on motorcycling shows”, said producer Alan Masters.
Co-Producer, Don Coulombe said, “We are targeting both Canada and US
markets and we are sure other countries will jump at the chance to air our
production!”

Current motorcycle shows are too narrowly focused and lack longevity. We
have already completed shooting our show pilot and have a solid plan for
future episodes.

“In Search of the Ultimate Two Wheel Classic” is a half hour program that
follows host, Alan Masters, as he travels the countryside on a quest in search
of rare and unique motorcycles built during the past hundred years. Included
in each episode is riding experience from the area in which the feature bike is
located, thus creating an interest for viewers to visit or tour the locale. This
element helps expand the appeal of the show to all motorcycle riders,
typically giving them ideas for interesting places to explore.

“In Search of the Ultimate Two Wheel Classic” will also incorporate the history
of the feature motorcycle. This will create more interest and provide the
viewer with potentially unknown historical facts and influences in the
development of the motorcycles currently ridden today, as well as the various
types of bikes such as sport, touring, on/off road and competition.

More than a program covering museum pieces, Alan will be riding the feature
bikes, showcasing what they were truly like when they were new. The sights
and sounds of the bike being ridden, sometimes for the first time in decades,
will provide the viewer with a unique experience.

Our show has been put together with the motorcycle enthusiast foremost in
mind, so we have something for everyone. We have also researched the
anticipated viewer demographics which revealed excellent potential for the
show’s target markets.

“We are currently talking to several networks and initial reaction from both
the motorcycling and industry communities has been very supportive so far,”
said Masters. “We are sure we have a winner with this new show and feel we
will partner with a network in the near future!”

All reeeeeeeet Alan... this is a winning idea and you're welcome to feature
Mr.RC freeking 45 anytime... big bang V4 sound for everyone including Old Baldy...
 

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Sounds like an interesting idea for a bike show. Speed's Stealthrider show is about as crappy as an outhouse. I can't believe that show even receives air time.
 

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If I hear "short and sassy" on that show , I'm throwing my fvcking TV through the window !
 

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If they want the show to be a success, they would probably be better off featuring successful bikes, not failures that went 1 for 7 is WSBK championship runs--IMHO of course.........;)
 

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If they want the show to be a success, they would probably be better off featuring successful bikes, not failures that went 1 for 7 is WSBK championship runs--IMHO of course.........;)

So Superbikes with 1 titles are failures??? then by your criteria Superbikes
with 0.0 WSBK Championship titles are also failures...

Other failed Superbikes with 1 championship titles...

Ducati 851
Kawasaki ZX7R
Honda SP1
Honda SP2
Suzuki GSXR1000
Honda CBR1000
Yamaha R1
Ducati 1098R

Failed Superbikes with 0.0 championship titles

Bimota
GSXR 750
Yamaha R7
BMW S1000RR
Foggy Petronas FP1
Ducati 1198R
 
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