The Bikers: New Documentary Series Coming to Television
The Bikers, which will employ a similar documentary formula as its resoundingly successful sister production "The Aviators", explores the essence of motorcycling to its core through rich storytelling and stunning videography.
The new series, which begins filming this summer, is slated for release during spring of 2015 and will be distributed by LA-based GRB Entertainment, producers of "Intervention," "Untold Stories of the ER," and "Growing up Gotti."
"An integral part of our global culture, motorcycling is much more than a method of transportation.", according to a news release issued by FourPoints Television yesterday. "It is a lifestyle that is deeply rooted in the cultural identity of millions of people around the world, with its own heroes, myths and legends."
The creative team at FourPoints Television Productions, most of whom are motorcyclists themselves, seek to gain an intensely passionate and loyal following using several of the creative production techniques and distribution methods it employed for "The Aviators," which earned that show no less than 50 million viewers around the world in just five years.
"As a passionate motorcyclist myself for many years, I am intimately familiar with both the subculture of riding as well as the pride and camaraderie that bikers feel as part of a vastly larger community," commented Producer and Creator Anthony Nalli. "Having witnessed the chart-topping success of 'The Aviators' over the last several years, we felt that our creative team was perfectly suited to bring the culture of motorcycling to viewers in our own, unique way. 'The Bikers' will have great appeal not only to current bikers, but also to anyone who has an aspirational or tangential interest in motorcycles."
From a content perspective, 'The Bikers' will feature an assortment of motorcycle profiles, historical segments as well as popular destination spotlights. Some of series' planned feature segments will include:
"Murdercycles: Are bikes really that dangerous?"
Women bikers: Not just a pretty accessory
Getting on two wheels for the first time since you were a kid
Gatherings: Thousands of Bikers in One Place
Bikers Give: All About Charity Rides
'The Bikers' will premiere in the spring of 2015. "The Aviators" and FourPoints' latest show "Air Boss" collectively air in the US on PBS, in Canada on iChannel and Travel+Escape, overseas on Discovery and Travel Channel as well as digitally on iTunes, Hulu, and Amazon.
To learn more about The Bikers, please visit the new TV series' website at www.thebikers.tv.
FourPoints Television Productions was launched in 2008 in Toronto, ON, by a group of aviators whose increasing involvement in television development and marketing led them to eventually focus their material on their own passions. Founded by long-time pilot Anthony Nalli, FourPoints began work on its first major initiative and flagship program, the documentary series "The Aviators," in the spring of 2009. The Aviators now boasts more than 50 million viewers per week across the globe.
Source: FourPoints Television