After months of waiting, Series 2 of Temporary Australians will now be seen on ONE, a free to air digital channel that is part of the 10 Network from Saturday August 31 at 2pm AEST.
This 12 part second series will showcase a wide range of positive motorcycling stories about bike shows, mass motorcycle rides, dirt track racing, police in motorcycling as well as visiting a biker clubhouse in Sydney and going on a poker run in Queensland.
It will reveal the huge Adelaide Toy Run and why the locals love it, check out some great riding around Perth, examine the impact of the Black Dog Ride as well as learn how some riders have survived the school of hard knocks.
Two Melbourne highlights will be last year's Australian Motorcycle Expo and this year's 110 Celebration of Harley Davidson at Williamstown.
There will be stories on women in motorcycling as well as a look at some of the cultural issues such as bikers use of Aussie humour, nicknames and tattoos plus some biker reflections on the controversial anti-association laws and how some riders have figured out the God stuff.
Housos Paul Fenech shares his brand of Aussie humour and why he focuses on motorcycle clubs for a laugh.
We find out how to ride a trials bike over a prone woman without embarrassment and also hear from some learned riders how they have used their riding skills to meet girls... all this and more on Temporary Australians Series 2.
For more go to www.temporaryaustralians.com.au or call Greg Hirst on 0414 798 440
The Temporary Australians television series looks behind the negative public image to the people themselves, doing the stuff they love and explaining it all on camera.
Temporary Australians goes where many have never been: the motorcycle shows, rides, races and rallies. It talks to riders and finds out what makes them tick and shows the fun they have, how they involve their families and how they contribute positively to the wider Australian society.
P: 0414 798 440