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Media coverage of classic motorcycle events.

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Related Discussions' started by acotrel, Jul 21, 2019.

  1. acotrel

    acotrel

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    I am extremely grateful to you guys for pointing me towards the Beezumph event at Anglesey. In Australia we have historic racing, much of which is based upon what happened in Europe and America, years ago. When we see coverage of recent classic events overseas, it inspires us to do better. I often downloads from Youtube, make DVDs and pass them around to my motorcyclist friends. Any new video is very welcome. Also if we know when events are being live streamed on your local TV, we can buy access to a proxy server and record those as well. If you would post to this topic, it would greatly help me.

     
  2. grandpaul

    grandpaul VIP MEMBER

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    I sure wish there was TV coverage, or high quality private coverage that could be subscribed, for US's AHRMA racing events...
     
  3. acotrel

    acotrel

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    One of the problems is that TV channels usually will not pay for content, even when it is of high quality. Most people who watch TV are unaccustomed to seeking quality in anything they buy. I have bought an MXQ Pro TV box. In September, I will watch the live streaming of the Goodwood Revival. I did that last year and it was absolutely superb. Every other year, the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy videos have been uploaded to Youtube by Goodwood and I downloaded them to make DVDs which I distributed amongst an social group of fellow motorcycle enthusiasts. Last year that did not happen, So this year I will use the screen capture on my computer, and won't be able to watch the bike races live on my large TV - same WiFi.
     

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