Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Denny Fule's Great British Motorbike Trash


Classic motorcycles take centre stage in the brand-new television programme being broadcast on ITV4 at 9pm. Hosted by Denny Fule in the grounds of a once-stately home, four teams of overweight misfits and a token tattooed lesbian couple are going to battle it out to get the most points, while pretending to be amused by the host's puerile humour and showing off. Produced by the team behind such popular ITV4 hits as 'Shed and Buried', 'Junk and Disorderly', 'Find It, Fix It, Flog It' and 'Henry Cole's Great British Treasure Hunt', the new series "Motorbike Trash" challenges five teams of passionate amateur mechanics to uncover the secrets of five classic bikes, by dismantling them into the smallest parts possible using a variety of cutting tools. The cut up fragments all have to pass through a hole four inches in diameter. The most fragments, the more points. But there's a catch. They only have 48 hours to complete the task. Whichever team cuts their bike into the smallest pieces wins the day, although there will also be an award for the funniest shaped piece that passes the four-inch-hole test. This week's bikes are (in alphabetical order):
1973 BMW Slash 5 R75/5
1930 Henderson Excelsior Streamline
1956 Moto Guzzi V8
1959 Triumph Bonneville
1956 Velocette Viper
Henry Cole

The contest will be judged by Adam Scraggins from the Winchcombe Scrap Metal Depot and Sheila-Sue Bunford from the Bloomsbury Classic Bikes Preservation Society who will giggle submissively at the funniest piece.

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