This DVD is packed with road racing highlights from 1975 and 1976, including archive footage used in the acclaimed TV documentary series Charge of the Bike Brigade.
It includes three classic films - Raining Champions, a comprehensive review of the 1976 North West 200, Ulster GP 1975, featuring Mervyn Robinsons outstanding 500cc win, and the 1975 Embassy Final, with the tight battle between Joey Dunlop, Ray McCullough and Mervyn Robinson on the Kirkistown circuit.
The 1976 NW200 review tells the story of how Martin Sharpe beat local hero Frank Kennedy, and includes a trip around the course narrated by Tony Rutter, with on-board footage, and Rutter in a revealing chat with Mick Grant.
The 1975 Ulster Grand Prix, of course, highlighted the famous rivalry between the Armoy Armada and Dromara Destroyers.
Alongside the priceless archive footage, there is new material and interviews filmed for the DVD.