New Motorcycle Documentary Premieres on the National Geographic Channel September 17, 2009 at 9PM ET â€œMotorcycle Crash Techâ€ is an extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at the new technologies being used to avoid motorcycle crashes, and prevent injuries or even death when a racer or rider does go down. Exclusive interviews with racer Neil Hodgson and the legendary Giacomo Agostini describe first-hand what goes through a racerâ€™s mind the moment they know theyâ€™re going to crash and vividly recount just how deadly racing was in the 1960â€™s and â€˜70â€™s. Combining rare archival footage from years past as well as contemporary AMA racing coverage, the film explains the differences between high-sides and low-sides and the extreme forces involved in both types of crashes. The film captures stunning action photography of world-class test riders Vito Guareschi (Alpinestars, Nolan, and Ducati) and Umberto Rumiano (MV Agusta) in action during what are normally closed test sessions of new riding gear and bikes. Brembo factory riders are also filmed testing the companyâ€™s newest brakes on twisting Italian mountain roads and performing incredible braking tests on Bremboâ€™s private test track. Produced by Cry Havoc Productions, an award winning documentary film company specializing in Moto related films, â€œMotorcycle Crash Techâ€ will premiere on September 17, 2009 at 9PM ET on the National Geographic Channel. Filmed in 1080i high-definition and 5.1 digital surround sound, â€œMotorcycle Crash Techâ€ takes viewers on an extraordinary journey across Northern Italy. With rare access to the R & D facilities and research departments at Alpinestars, Brembo, Nolan, and MV Agusta, the film chronicles the very latest technologies being used in motorcycle riding gear, boots, helmets, brakes, and the bikes themselves to make racing and riding safer.