The Isle Of Man TT, On-line & and on TV

The Isle of Man TT is back in all its crazy road racing glory for 2010 and if you can’t make it there in person (RTWW can’t this year : ( ) there are a number of ways yo can keep up with the action.

On-line you can follow http://www.iomtt.com/ which is an excellent source of every details of what’s on and when.

Also returning this year after 2009’s fantastic coverage is the TT programme on ITV4 which is on now until Friday June 10.  A one-hour highlights show is on every day at 9pm, with a one-hour show on Saturday at 10pm, and a full 2-hour review show on Sunday June 12th.  The footage the team captured last year was stunning and the same crew are returning again.  If you can’t receive ITV4 you will be able to see re-runs of the TT programmes on the ITV Player on-line at http://www.itv.com/itvplayer/

So if you aren’t on the island itself, sit back and enjoy your virtual window on the TT and get ready for some of the world’s most thrilling races.

If you are there and get some good pictures you can share them on our Ride The Wild Wind Facebook Page

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Countdown to the North West 200

It’s that time of year again as Northern Ireland goes bike mad with the return of the North West 200 and you can follow all the action on the official website, www.northwest200.org.  Northern Ireland’s North coast will be packed with thousands of bike fans this weekend for one of the world’s greatest road races which always brings guaranteed thrills.  If you are heading up there you may find useful our partner Ride It Right‘s interactive coastal route map, which was designed to get the best, and safest, ride out of the fantastic roads around the event.

Ride It Right has held a number of very successful meetings and events in the past to promote the safe riding of this route.  Visit the Ride It Right web site for the full interactive map.

Also, if you can’t make it to the North West itself, the BBC has extensive coverage on its dedicated website

If you are up there have a great time and, if you get any good pics of the riders or just of you and your ride at the event, send them in to info@ridethewildwind.co.uk or post them on our Facebook Page.

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