I, Superbiker

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I, Superbiker
Directed by Mark Sloper
Produced by Mark Sloper
Starring Tommy Hill
James Ellison
Josh Brookes
Gary Mason
Music by David Vanian
Release date
  • March 2011 (2011-03)
Running time
100 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

I, Superbiker (or I Superbiker) is a 2011 British film documentary directed by film maker and biker Mark Sloper.

It focuses on four contenders for the 2010 British Superbike Championship: Tommy Hill, James Ellison, Josh Brookes and Gary Mason.

I Superbiker was released in UK cinemas in 2011 & followed the 4 superbike riders through their dramatic British Superbike Season.

The film's strap-line being 'Only one can be the true champion', I Superbiker not only follows our four contenders through the race meetings, it gives equal attention to the girlfriends, wives, team mates and friends that make the drama and tension associated to such an exhilarating season spectacular.

The film score was written and recorded by David Vanian David Vanian, the frontman of the punk and alternative rock band The Damned.

The title track 'I, Superbiker' was written by Phil Collen of Def Leppard with his band Manraze which also features drummer Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols.

The documentary was inspired by the David Essex film Silver Dream Racer.[1]


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