Biker Mice from Mars is a science fiction action animated series created by Rick Ungar that began airing in 1993 in the United States and lasted for three seasons before it was cancelled. It follows three anthropomorphic mice motorcyclists named Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie who escape a war on their home planet Mars before arriving to defend the Earth from the evil that destroyed their homeland and to one day return to Mars. The mice's signature weapons consist of a cestus and a laser, a bionic arm, and flares. Despite the frequent battles, no blood is shown, no firearms are used and many villains are monsters, aliens, and robots. These elements allowed the show to still be considered suitable for children.
Three well-known adventurers want to make a travel program where they search for the origins of the Vespa in Italy. Unfortunately, everything that can go wrong, goes wrong.
Biker Build-Off is a reality television series for the Discovery Channel. Created and narrated by Thom Beers, the series was originally conceived as a single special called The Great Biker Build-Off. The show proved so popular that more episodes were produced in succeeding years, to the point that it was turned into a regular series in 2005.
Phoenix, Arizona—where the country’s top motorcycle builders compete day and night. It’s a dog-eat-dog world, where buyers are willing to pay upwards of $150,000 for a fully-customized, one-of-a-kind ride. Biker Battleground Phoenix follows the temperamental and talented bad boys of the bike business. In their world, showcases are for pride and bragging rights, competition is cutthroat and money talks. When egos and passion collide, the aftershocks echo across town. They don't follow trends–they set them. No tactic is off limits and no move is too corrupt. From stealing ideas and poaching employees to public bashing on social media, these guys will do whatever it takes to give themselves and their shops the ultimate edge over the rest.
Biker Mice from Mars is an animated series, a remake of the show with the same name which aired from 1993–1996. Unlike past remakes of old shows, this one continues the plot of the original series with new added characters. The 2006 version of the show has previews of the show on YouTube. Jim Ward won a 2009 voice-actor Daytime Emmy for his performance as Eyemore in the episode "Manchurian Charley" and as the Crusher in the episode "Here Come The Judge". The series was slated as a mid-season replacement in the 4Kids block on the CW network in fall 2009, but the series did not air. In the UK it was picked up for a second window by CSC Media Group, who scheduled it from April 2, 2010 on the Kix channel. The series features as a show on YouTube. An episode has been launched each Saturday on YouTube since November 2010.
The Hairy Bikers are on a mission to savour Britain’s best family recipes as they travel up and down the country in search of mums and their recipe books.
Two lifelong bikers and foodies, Dave Myers and Si King, take to the road to find gastronomic treats.
Meet Eguchi Yoosuke, leader of a high-school Biker gang AND the school's handicrafts club. Which means he divides his time between fistfights and fancy needlework. If you think he's weird, wait until you meet the rest of his gang....
An elite police crime fighting team is formed using convicted criminals. Using their first hand knowledge of the criminal mindset, the Wild 7 are first sent after a gang of Bank robbers. Then in Wild Biker Knights they are sent after a huge crime syndicate that has many high powered government officials in its deep pockets.
The Hairy Bikers cook some of their favourite comfort food. From feasts for friends and family to meals inspired by pub grub, they create the ultimate feel-good dishes.
The Hairy Bikers search for Britain's best cooking family. The show includes cooking challenges for the competing families, plenty of foody tips and chat, and a celebrity guest.
Hairy Bikers was an American reality television series which aired on History Channel. The show was based on the British show of the same name and featured chef Paul Patranella, and his friend Bill Allen, following the original's format as the two traverse the United States on motorcycles. Patranella was a former chef for The White House, acting for a time as George W. Bush's personal chef. Allen was a motorcycle mechanic for 20 years.
Hit the road with the hell-raising bikers who are born to be wild! Are they simply a brotherhood of bikers, from whom the public has nothing to fear, apart from the occasional bad apple? Or are they billion dollar crime organisations, involved in drugs, gun-running and murder? Or does the truth lie somewhere in between? The leather-jacketed, long-haired biker on the open road is a modern American icon. A symbol of freedom, and of rebellion, the image was immortalised and romanticised, in iconic movies like 'The Wild One' and 'Easy Rider'. But there has always been a dark side to this love affair. Outlaw Bikers goes inside America's biker gangs to separate myth from reality and to reveal where they have come from, how they operate and just what they have done.
The Hairy Bikers are on a mission to find the best chicken and egg recipes in the world. Biking across Europe, the Middle East and America, the boys celebrate the versatility of both chicken and egg.
The Hairy Bikers head north on a big Baltic adventure in search of new cuisines to explore, travelling from Germany to Sweden via Poland, Russia, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Brand new series which follows the Hairy Bikers as they visit a different county across Britain in every episode. Simon King and Dave Myers get on their bikes to find the best of each county's larder and meet the local producers who are keeping traditional recipes alive.