Thrill Ride

Genre: Lifestyle

Engines screaming, tires squealing, and hang time that seems to last forever. Thrill Ride puts you in the front seat at some of the most exciting clubs in the Oshawa area.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Climb inside a restored Second World War tank with the members of the Ontario Regiment Ferret Club.

Episode 2

Learn how to get fast and furious with the members of Topp Drift, a motorsport club that teaches new and experienced racers how to “drift” through a speedway corner.

Episode 3

High speeds, big jumps, and plenty of mud. The Oshawa Competition Motorcycle Club offers exciting motorcross racing and training for the whole family.

Episode 4

Autoracing for those of us without million dollar exotics. Members of the Oshawa Motor Sport club participate in everything from auto slalom to ice racing!

Episode 5

It’s the next best thing to being a pilot. Take the controls of some of the best radio controlled planes with the Whitby Aeromodellers RC Club.

Episode 6

Hit the trails with the Durham Mountain Bike Association.

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