A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Hayden is committed to his sport and wants to win, but he also notes that his family and friends are priorities in his life. He exhibits good sportsmanship when he loses and appreciates the many opportunities that racing has given him. The featured racers are primarily Caucasian males.
Violence & Scariness
Includes live-action footage of some tough motorbike crashes, but no injuries are shown.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
"Biker babes" at the racing venues wear skimpy outfits (shorts, midriff-baring tops, and tight dresses). Brief references to Hayden "being a player" with girls. Hayden is sometimes seen taking off his shirt while changing out of his racing outfit.
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Frequent use of words like "damn" and "hell" stronger words (like "f--k") are bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
Some of Hayden's sponsors and their products -- including Michelin, Honda, Gas Jeans and Tissot Watches -- are featured. Red Bull, Bridgestone Tires, and Mazda logos also visible. PlayStation is prominently shown. The Hayden family releases a book; popular songs are heard during the show.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
MotoGP winners spray champagne on each other and on fans.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this mostly mild documentary-style reality series includes live-action footage of fast-paced MotoGP (motorcyle) racing. Some serious accidents are featured; many of them resulted in injuries, but the wounds themselves are never shown. Parents may need to remind kids that the featured riders are trained professionals who only race on professional courses. Expect some language (mostly "damn" and "hell"), with stronger words like "f--k" bleeped out.
Is It Any Good?
Despite some crash footage (no actual injuries are shown) and some iffy language (the strongest words are bleeped), this mostly mild reality doc is an interesting look at the world of professional motorcycle racing. Racing fans will be drawn in by Hayden's story, as well as the live-action race footage. But the best part of the series is the down-to-earth Hayden, who stays true to his Kentucky roots and his family no matter where he goes.
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