2016 HARLEY-DAVIDSON STREET GLIDE
the star of Thunder TV
Get Ready for the Ride of your Life! When you ride with Thunder TV, it's a fun an exciting experience. You won't find a better group of people who love to have fun and love to ride! Unlike other motorcycle rides, this one is going to be filmed, and possibly from several difference angles. We ask for your patience. The Thunder TV crew may stop at several locations or may go past the same location multiple times in order to capture the right angles and footage needed for Thunder TV. There will be times for you to make all of the noise that you want. But when we are filming (especially during roadside interviews) we ask that you please be quiet during filming. One we're finished filming, you can be as loud as you want.
Share Your Ideas! If you have any creative ideas or know of something that you'd like to see on Thunder TV, please let us know. We welcome your comments, creative ideas and input. E-mail us at RideHard@ThunderTV.net Even if you can't join us for an entire ride or video shoot, we encourage you to ride with us for part of the way. We look forward to seeing you on Thunder TV as we Ride Hard!
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Thunder TV: filming as we Ride Hard!
Thunder TV photos from the road...
Thunder TV…the television show that YOU can be part of!
We encourage motorcycle riders to ride with us as we film for upcoming episodes! We invite you to sign up for our Thunder TV e-mail list so we can let you know about upcoming rides, concerts and other fun events.
Kickstands up! Depending on the ride, we will meet at a designation location (or pick up riders at several locations along the route). You will recognize Dennis Snow who will be leading the ride and letting riders know important information and the route before we go kickstands up. Depending on the say we may have one camera in a cage (4-wheel vehicle) and other on-board camera on bikes, trikes and even aerial footage. With Thunder TV, there are always tons of surprises around every corner. We do ask that trikes and any motorcycles pulling trailers be at the back of the group. We bikers appreciate this because the bigger the bike, the more dust, mud, water, etc. it kicks up in the faces of those behind them. Please stay alert, look for hazards in the roadway and enjoy the ride!
A Riding Experience for Experienced Riders When we are filming motorcycles rolling down the road in formation for Thunder TV, all riders who participate must be experienced and know how to ride in a tight staggered formation. We ask any riders who are new to motorcycle riding or do not have experience riding in a tight group formation to please stay at the back of the group, behind the filming vehicle while we are filming. Riders are responsible for their own vehicles, passengers, insurance and gear and participate and ride at their own risk. We appreciate everyone's cooperation.
DENNIS SNOW host of Thunder TV