Thursday, July 31, 2008

Does Any One Else Remember Street Hawk?

I loved this show as a kid. I couldn't say why...

You'd better believe I imagined my bicycle had hyperthrust.


Mr. Motorcycle said...

Nope, never saw it. I can't imagine why though. I guess no one ever led me onto it, 'Cause I surley would have watched any show about a motorcycle capable of 300 mph with immence firepower!

Hell if the Youtube show trailer didn't look so cheesy, just the words "a motorcycle capable of 300 mph with immence firepower" would at least make me want to watch a season premier.

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tinker said...

Why does the sound track of that clip have the sound of a man farting into a bassoon. Or is it an oboe (that he is farting into)

Never hoidovit. And I remember Mamma Malone, which taped 6 episodes, and spread them out over a year.

Earl Thomas said...

I used to watch this show all the time, kind of like a motorcyclists version of Knight Rider only without K.I.T.T. and a narcissistic actor who lovingly refers to himself as "The Hoff."

I still remember the reflection of the streetlights off of his facesheild while he was in hyperthrust. I always wondered though, how he was able to turn so quickly.