Our mobile-friendly website has been designed like an app, so its not crowded with bells and whistles. You can quickly and easily find all the bike track days near you by simply filtering by region or scrolling down the list of tracks. Once on a circuit page you can even view the event descriptions without having to open the event page for even faster browsing.
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(Wales) One of our most popular destinations for track motorcyclists in Wales, Anglesey Circuit offers beautiful coastal surroundings and a series of challenging tracks to take your set of two wheels out on, including the International GP Circuit. Find Anglesey Bike Track Days in North Wales but browsing our list of future event dates below, together with details of circuits used for these, noise limits and facilities.
(East of England) Looking for Bike Track Days in Bedfordshire at a great venue? Bedford Autodrome is the perfect location to take your two wheels to, with a number of challenging circuit layouts that will really push your bike to the limits, easily accessible from Central London and the East Midlands. Start your search for your Bedford Autodrome Bike Track Day today, and also find information about facilities for visitors, noise limits and more.
(East Midlands) Searching for a great Bike Track Day in Lincolnshire regardless of how much of a speed demon you are out on track? With two great circuit layouts that will appeal to all levels of proficiency, Blyton Park is the perfect place to push your motorcycle to the limits in the East Midlands. Get started with finding your next Blyton Park Bike Track Day now and also read on for more information about noise limits, visitor facilities and more.
(South East) If you’re looking to get your favourite two wheels out on one of the World’s most famous circuits - simply look below at our Brands Hatch Bike Day dates.Brands Hatch, Britain's most-loved motor racing circuit, is a natural amphitheatre in the Kent countryside with unrivalled views of the action from numerous vantage points. It also provides guests the option to get on track themselves with a variety of driving experiences and trackdays.Riders are always eager to test themselves against even more challenging dips, cambers, and legendary turns - so spaces on these events go rapidly.
(East Midlands) Want to book a Bike Track Day at one of the most recognisable BSB Championship circuits in the UK? Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire is also a popular destination for motorcyclists that want to take on the affectionately dubbed "mini Nürburgring" on a 2.25 mile track that is steeped in motorsport - and specifically motorcycling - history. All information about our Cadwell Park Bike Track Days can be found below, together with details of Noise Limits and facilities available to visitors.
(South West) After a fantastic venue for Bike Track Days in Wiltshire? The prestigeous Castle Combe Circuit is a prime destination for motorsport fans in the South West of England, its 1.85 mile track believed to be one of the most skill stretching of its kind in the country for any rider. See more information below about our Castle Combe Bike Track Days, as well as information on available facilities to visitors and spectators and details of Noise Limits.
(Yorkshire and the Humber) Look below at all of our bike track days available at Croft Circuit in Yorkshire. Croft, which was built on a former RAF airport, has had a turbulent history, with periods of decline and closure, but has drawn major racing events, notably the BSB, since a significant rebuild in 1997. The track is fast, tight, and flat, with long straights and tough portions, making it both physically and mentally taxing. You'll be rewarded with a big sense of satisfaction once you've mastered the challenging Clervaux, quick Barcroft, soaring Sunny In and Out, and the very tight Hairpin.
(East Midlands) There is surely no place better to book a Bike Track Day than the former home of the British MotoGP Grand Prix itself. Donington Park has witnessed motorcycling greats including Valentino Rossi, Casey Stoner and Mick Doohan, and you now have the opportunity to bring your own set of wheels to one of the most famous motorsport bike circuits. Keep reading to get more information about Donington Park Bike Track Days, including venue facilities, noise limits and details of future event dates.
(South East) Bike Track Days in West Sussex are well accommodated at the historic Goodwood Motor Circuit. Dates don't often come frequently at this most celebrated of motorsport venues, so you're advised to book as early as you possibly can to get your two wheels out onto the track here. Browse our full events list below of future Goodwood Circuit Bike Track Days and also read on for more information on venue facilities and noise limits.
(South East) Looking for a Bike Track Day in Kent? Lydden Hill is a fantastic option, for although it is one of our shortest tracks at 1 mile long, it is also suitable for a number of different licence holders, so whatever your level of proficiency there is something to appeal here. Below you can find our list of upcoming Lydden Hill Bike Track Day events, as well as full circuit information including noise limits and visitor facilities.
(East Midlands) The British Superbike Championship and Motocross circuit of Mallory Park is a perfect destination for those looking to book a Bike Track Day in Leicestershire, with a 1.36 mile long track that is guaranteed to test the aptitude of even the most seasoned biker. Get more information on our upcoming Mallory Park Bike Track Days below as well as details of Noise Limits and venue facilities.
(North West) Oulton Park in Cheshire offers Bike Track Days at a British Superbike Championship circuit of 2.69 miles in length, so if you're looking to take your set of two wheels to a venue in the North West of England you're sure to find a great day out here. Keep reading to find out how to book your next Oulton Park Bike Track Day and also get full Circuit Information including Noise Limits and venue facilities.
(Wales) Pembrey Circuit is a venue for Bike Track Days in Wales that, once you've discovered it, you'll want to keep coming back. With a track recently extended to 1 ½ miles long, it offers plenty of excitement for those with a set of two wheels looking for track time. All our forthcoming Pembrey Circuit Bike Track Days can be found below together with details of circuit information, noise limits and venue facilities.
(Portugal) Find all available bike track days for Portimao in Portugal on the page below. Ever fancied getting your own bike on an internationally recognised circuit that is currently a MOTO GP host? Located in the popular Algarve region in sunny Portugal - we can guarantee these spaces fill up fast!
(East Midlands) Imagine riding on a track day knowing that some of the best names in racing have shredded the same tarmac as you. Silverstone Bike track days are held on the Grand Prix and National Circuits on a regular basis, allowing you to push your own set of hot wheels to their limits - perhaps even to pole position - with the help of an expert coach.
(East of England) Get your gear on and book one of these dates below for you and your bike on the world famous Snetterton Circuit. The 300 circuit, designed by circuit boss Jonathan Palmer, is inspired by a number of the world's most prestigious motor racing venues, while the 200 circuit keeps the spirit of the original airfield layout and can be run concurrently with the short 100 loop, which is popular with sprint competitors.
(South East) Want to take your set of two wheels out on a Bike Track Day in Hampshire? Thruxton Circuit near Andover will be instantly recognisable to fans of the British Superbike Championships as it is used in the popular motorsport series. Booking an Own Bike day here is something special and a day we recommend booking as early as you can for. Keep reading for more information about our upcoming Thruxton Bike Track Days, as well as details of circuit facilities and noise limits.
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Motorcycle Track Day Terms and Conditions
Circuit Safety on Bike Trackdays
At the start of every event all riders must attend a safety briefing with the Circuit Marshals in order to obtain a wristband which allows them on track. This briefing covers all aspects of safety and circuit etiquet, with one of the most important things being understanding what the flags mean. Here is a quick guide:
- YELLOW flag means that there's danger ahead of you so take extra care, don't overtake.
- RED flag means there's been a serious incident and the sessions have been stopped, so slow down your bike, don't overtake and make your way back to the pits or as directed.
- YELLOW and RED striped flag means there's debris on the circuit or poor grip so take care.
- BLUE flag means that another motorcycle rider wants to overtake you.
- BLACK flag means the marshals need to speak to you about your riding, you will need to slow and come into the pits right away.