From: john doe on 23 Aug 2006 19:38
> OK, well I haven't been here for a while, as I've been off getting
> other things together. But I thought I'd show a total lack of class by
> dropping in to spam my new endeavour.
> It's a TV show that is bike-related, and stars Boris from AMCN, plus
> some others. The first issue of Bike Me! is scheduled for Xmas, and the
> supporting website is up and running at http://www.bikeme.tv . We'll be
> down at PI with a camera crew, and if I run into Clem I'll stick a
> camera in his face.
> Cheers Manning
from this site:
Welcome to Bike Me! - the website the motorcycle world has been waiting for.
it must be worthwhile, because we waited.
From: john doe on 23 Aug 2006 20:01
> Oh gosh, Clem, you ol' sweet-talker, you.....
talking of sweet talkers betty, they are looking for a female presenter:
This role involves being a core part of the Bike Me! creative team. You
will be the fifth member of the core Bike Me! on-screen presence, and
will be an integral part of all aspects of the Bike Me! DVDzine.
Riding: You must be able to ride competently, and be willing to test new
bikes, ride on a race-track, ride a dirt bike, go drag-racing and
anything else we come up with. You should be physically able to handle a
bike with an 82 cm seat height (eg. Yamaha R1). While you must be
willing to face any challenge the boys are going to face, you do not
have to ride like Chad Reed or Casey Stoner (we certainly can't).
Personality: Bike Me! is a character driven show, and there is
considerable banter, humour and dry wit. You need to be able to banter
with the boys, yet put them in their place when it is warranted. We seek
a smart and articulate girl with humour and a sharp wit, combined with
an audience-friendly nature.
Appearance: You should be physically attractive - we seek someone who is
"happy to hang with the boys", despite the fact that she is clearly "out
of their league". You should have a clear and strong speaking voice.
While we have no ethnic preference, we require someone who is
exceptionally familiar with Australian customs, behaviours, popular
culture and colloquialisms, as this is inherent to the format of the show.
Age: We have no preference, but would be more inclined towards a
candidate over the age of 25.
Other: You must possess your own motorcycle.
that is soo you!
From: Hammo on 24 Aug 2006 09:09
On 24/8/06 9:21 AM, in article 44ece31e$1(a)news.bekkers.com.au, "Theo
Bekkers" <tbekkers(a)bekkers.com.au> wrote:
> manning(a)bikeme.tv wrote:
>> Oh, and I was checking through some old posts, and found the thread
>> where Intact Kneeslider declared the start of Harsh Week back on June
>> 24th, 2003.
>> Did Harsh Week ever finally end? Or are we into the fourth year of
> It is still running as a background filter, but we've just started
> deprecation month.
? Defecation month....
From: sharkey on 24 Aug 2006 21:17
john doe <johndoe(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> Appearance: You should be physically attractive - we seek someone who is
> "happy to hang with the boys", despite the fact that she is clearly "out
> of their league".
Please send photo of tractor.
From: Goaty on 25 Aug 2006 20:29
> john doe <johndoe(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Appearance: You should be physically attractive - we seek someone who is
>> "happy to hang with the boys", despite the fact that she is clearly "out
>> of their league".
> Please send photo of tractor.
The old ones are still the good ones ...
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