check again... you actually might have it. My digital tv provider has them listed as "The Science Channel" on the guide.Matt748 said:Man I've got digital cable too, now I'm pissed. That's all I watch is Discovery Channel (not Discovery Science, don't have it), National Geographic, History Channel, the news, Jon Stewart and Colbert, and Motorcycle racing on Speed... I've got the combo digital cable and cable internet thing.
Oh well, I'm not trying to hijack the thread I'd rather hear about what was on the show.
AWESOME! Glad to have you around here. I have to say that I thought it was one of the best programs (content and production) I have ever seen to explain both the appeal and the how-it-works of performance motorcycles. I Tivo'd it, watched it once and marked it as "save until I delete" as I plan on enjoying it multiple times. I told my wife that it is mandatory viewing for her since it really explains a lot of what she hears me talking about. Really, I think it is a great crash course (pun - groan) for anyone who wants a better understanding or appreciation of motorcycle racing. Especially for the guy who has seen a handful of races and wonders how they do that. Only thing I might have added is a little explanation of how pro motorcycle racers get to where they are. Doesn't quite fit the science aspect, but when discussing the ins and outs of an exotic career, it would be nice to learn a little about how one would pursue such a thing. Then again, being involved in club level racing, perhaps that's just my selfish perspective jading things.SpeedOn2Wheels said:Hey guys, I'm with the Production Company that produced Speed on Two Wheels.
I am really looking forward to the "long version" on DVD... in the meantime, I put in a few words on the feedback forum.SpeedOn2Wheels said:Hey guys, thanks for the continued kind words.
If you enjoyed this sort of motorcycle programming, I'd strongly encourage you to let The Science Channel folks know how you feel on their message board.
The show will be put out on DVD in the coming months - but right now we're probably 2-3 months away. I can tell you that the DVD version will be significantly longer and included several extra segments/topics that didn't make in into the 'long' version.
They told me that they use girls because they do a better job !!akducati said:The tour of the Ducati factory was a really big suprise! Man there's a LOT of pretty girls puttin our bikes together!!! Yeah baby! MH