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    Three new Motorbike Show specials, this month.

    Three new Motorbike Show specials

    The Motorbike Show returns to ITV4 this month, with hour-long specials featuring Triumph, Norton & Ducati running from Tuesday 11th to Wednesday 13th December.

    Triumph, 9pm on Tuesday 11th December. In the first of a series of three brand new Motorbike Show specials, Henry tells the story of the world’s oldest production motorbike brand, exploring fascinating back stories of their most iconic models and visits the Triumph factory at Hinckley to discover how today’s bikes are built.

    Norton, 9pm on Wednesday 12th December: In the second Motorbike Show special, Henry tells the compelling tale of Norton, one of the world’s greatest racing manufacturers. Featuring interviews with designers, engineers and famous riders, as well as rare archival material, this is a must-see for all British bike fans.

    Ducati, 9pm on Thursday 13th December. In the final Motorbike Show manufacturer special, Henry flies out to Bologna to explore how Ducati’s innovative engineering enabled them to produce world-beating bikes. He also talks to some of Ducati's most successful racers, such as Carl Fogarty and Paul Smart. There's plenty of passion in this series finale.

    The Motorbike Show is broadcast on ITV4.
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    Cheers Ash
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Three new Motorbike Show specials

    The Motorbike Show returns to ITV4 this month, with hour-long specials featuring Triumph, Norton & Ducati running from Tuesday 11th to Wednesday 13th December.

    Triumph, 9pm on Tuesday 11th December. In the first of a series of three brand new Motorbike Show specials, Henry tells the story of the world’s oldest production motorbike brand, exploring fascinating back stories of their most iconic models and visits the Triumph factory at Hinckley to discover how today’s bikes are built.

    Norton, 9pm on Wednesday 12th December: In the second Motorbike Show special, Henry tells the compelling tale of Norton, one of the world’s greatest racing manufacturers. Featuring interviews with designers, engineers and famous riders, as well as rare archival material, this is a must-see for all British bike fans.

    Ducati, 9pm on Thursday 13th December. In the final Motorbike Show manufacturer special, Henry flies out to Bologna to explore how Ducati’s innovative engineering enabled them to produce world-beating bikes. He also talks to some of Ducati's most successful racers, such as Carl Fogarty and Paul Smart. There's plenty of passion in this series finale.

    The Motorbike Show is broadcast on ITV4.
    Cheers for the heads up Ash; don't mind a bit of Henry.

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    Why isn’t Henry going to Thailand?


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