MACE is pleased to now offer DOWNLOAD TO OWN titles, a range of MPEG4 files that are available for download to your PC, Ipad or Smartphone.
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- You will then be emailed with a simple agreement to print off, sign and send back to us which confirms you will only use the material for home viewing.
- As soon as we receive a signed agreement we will email you a link to download the MPEG4 file to your device*.
*Download links expire within a month of the send date so please ensure you download the material before the expiry date.
In this one and a half minute film from 1977 World Champion ship winning motorcycle rider Barry Sheene presents a short piece to camera on his championship winning motorbike.
He explains the bike is a 500cc Suzuki which produces somewhere in the region of 120-125 horsepower with a maximum top speed of around 185 mph. He says that it differs considerably to a road bike in that it has streamlining that helps it pearce the air and attain its maximum speed. It also has a double disc break set up which is capable of stopping the bike from around 180mph to 30mph in a matter of seconds .
He explains that the tyres they use are much the same as road tyres on the front but on the back it has no tread at all so that the rubber can reach a very high temperature in which the tyre becomes sticky and can therefore grip to the track very well. He also explains that the bike's rear suspension has no springs, instead it is controlled by air and oil.
This video is also available to watch for free online as a streaming, watermarked clip by clicking HERE.
Duration: 1 mins 29 seconds
Colour / Sound
Sorry, there are no subtitles for this video at present.
Download to Own titles are only available as MPEG4 files. If you wish to have a DVD of this title, the material would need to be encoded and authored in our technical suite which is £72 inc VAT. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We will be introducing a new online version of our agreement very soon so that customers will no longer need to sign an agreement.