The Isle of Man TT is considered to be one of the most dangerous road race events ever held. Racers run on public roads at speeds of over 200 mph in what amounts to a quest for fame and glory. Down farm roads, through towns and country lanes these riders who race the Isle of Man TT are some of the best the world has ever seen. But what about on the weekends? What do these men of speed do then? Well, apparently they mock the very race that makes them famous. They just do it at much slower speeds on very different machines. Say hello to the Isle of Nan TT: Closer to the Hedge, a race that’s every bit as competitive with 1/16 the speed.