Laxey Commissioners and Traders, in association with The Moddey Dhoo Motorcycle Club, are organising a Motorcycle Show to celebrate the Centenary TT. The Centenary TT Motorcycle Show will take place on the Laxey Promenade between 2 and 8pm on Thursday 7th of June. The show is being organised to highlight the range of motorcycling at the 100th anniversary of the most famous road race in the world.
The event is free and is open to the general public to enjoy motorcycling at its best. Andy Scullard of the Moddey Dhoo Club commented:
“We wanted to create an event where bikers can come and enjoy motorcycling at its best, enter their pride and joy or just park it up for others to admire”.
Local clubs and associations that represent racing, trials, marshalling and social biking will be there to give the visiting public a view of motorcycling on the Island. There will also be a custom show, highlighting how much work goes into some machines. There will be 27 classes in total including Custom, Classic, Vintage and Superbike.
Visitors to the show will discover the diverse range of motorcycling on the Isle of Man. They will be able to talk to many of the key people who organise local road and off road events. This will include Motorsport Medical Services, Marshalling, Fund Raising for the Joey Dunlop Foundation. Visitors will also meet the many Social Bike Clubs who meet and ride on the Isle of Man. including the Race School run by Andreas Racing at Jurby, the entry regulations and requirements for the Southern 100 – now to become an international event, and information about Trials and Off Road biking on the Island.
The Isle of Man Motorsport Medical Services will be there to explain the service they provide to all types of events from Race to Rally and Stock Cars. People interested in marshalling for the TT, Manx Grand Prix, Jurby Airfield/Road Races or the Southern 100 will be able to make contact with organisers or just pickup information on training.
The invitation is extended to all the motorcycle owners clubs who attend the TT. Fans will be able to see vintage, classic and modern bikes from all over the world in a free display alongside local Manx clubs.