2013 Kawasaki Ninja 636 POV Isle of Man Race

The Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) is probably the ultimate proving grounds for bikes, manufacturers, technicians and pilots, alike. The 37.7 miles (~60.7 km) put man and machine under extreme pressure: the TT is a race on public roads, with an amazing number of turns, ups and downs, and the asphalt strip is sometimes incredibly narrow.
We're positive you've watched a lot of footage from the TT, but what you get to see on a TV simply does not offer a clue to what's really happening during a race.

After Kawasaki cleverly associated their new middleweight Ninja 636 sport bike with the IOM TT, here's another piece of extremely fast-paced racing: a full TT lap from the point of view offered by the new Ninja.

Some might find this disturbing and those not acquainted to ride a bike racey-style may feel a bit nauseous. However, take a deep breath and join the 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 636 in a mind-boggling Isle of Man TT lap. And if some believe the image has been sped up, we just remind them that John McGuinness had an average speed in excess of 130 mph (209 km/h) back in 2007.
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