BIKE LIFE, is set to light up television screens across Australia for the first time on Thursday the 21st of August at 8.30pm.
Focusing on bike reviews, product reviews, riding tips, mechanical tips, lifestyle specials and some crazy hijinks along the way, BIKELIFE is set to fill a massive void in the motorcycle television market.
The good news for viewers is that BIKELIFE will air on free to air television, airing on 4ME, Channel 74 in metro area’s along with channel 64 in regional areas.
“It is exciting to be able to bring Bikelife to Australian riding enthusiasts,” show producer Brendan Bell enthused. “We are the only road bike focused show in Australia and it is something that has been a long time coming.
“We have respected stunt rider Lukey Luke on board as a test rider and a host of big manufactures jumping on board so we have plenty of bikes and products to test and review.
“In the first show that will air on the the 21st of August, we will test the Kawasaki Z1000 and others. It is an action packed show to kick things off!”
Make sure you tune into 4Me on August the 21st at 8.30pm for the first episode of Bikelife or catch a replay of the inaugural show at 7pm on Saturday the 23rd of August at 7pm and Sunday the 24th of August at 9.30am.