Ever wondered what it really feels like to ride the TT Mountain Circuit on closed roads with a real TT Race Winner? Well this is your chance to find out!
A once in a lifetime opportunity awaits one lucky winner of our very special TT Centenary Prize Draw. On offer is simply the most exhilarating ride you could imagine - a pillion ride with former TT and Manx Grand Prix winner Richard ‘Milky’ Quayle!
Becoming part of the centenary celebrations, you and Milky will take to the course on Senior Race Day, returning to the Grandstand in time to witness Agostini, Read, McCallen and many other legendary riders follow in your wheel tracks!
To enter, simply fill in your details on an entry form at the TT Stand at the Motorcycle and Scooter Show at the Birmingham NEC from 26th October to the 5th of November. Milky’s VIP passenger will be drawn from the hat by 11 times winner John McGuinness at the TT Press Launch early in 2007. Good Luck!
Please note: This competition is only open to visitors to the TT stand at the NEC Bike Show. All insurance will be provided. The winner will be required to sign a disclaimer document. There will be no cash alternative. Winner will be required to organise their own travel and accommodation.
Who is Richard ‘Milky’ Quayle anyway?
Milky, as he’s affectionately known, is a former TT and Manx Grand Prix winner. His first victories on the TT course came in 1999, scoring a Junior and Lightweight double in the Manx Grand Prix. Another double of note came in 2002 when Milky won the Lightweight TT and the Senior Manx Classic. That year, Milky picked up another trophy - Manx Sports Personality of the Year!
Since his retirement from racing in 2003, Milky has immersed himself in the world of road racing, helping to promote many clubs and events. Today Milky plays a big part in the success of the TT as TT Rider Liaison Officer. Perhaps most importantly, Milky passes on his wealth of course knowledge to all newcomers, and so it’s not surprising we’ve seen a number of extremely successful TT debuts in recent years.