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John Westlake  says:

TT races in Birmingham? North Circular GP?

Transport minister Mike Penning has announced a consultation document which, if passed as law, would allow councils to hold bike (or car) races on public roads. This would bring mainland UK in line with Northern Ireland, where the councils arrange all manner of commendably unhinged road races. Penning said: "There is a huge following for motor sports in this country and yet...

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Apr 11

Posts: 1

kwak12r says:

TT races in Birmingham?

Could the fantastic Birmingham Superprix be reborn as a two wheeled road race????

One can only dream......


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Apr 10

Posts: 109

FellRaven says:

Devon Delights

There are some potentially very nice loops in Devon. I could also act as a huge boost top the Tourist industry. As a Cumbrian who grew up in the lakes they could provide the most spectacular event ever.

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Aug 06

Posts: 1

Lakes TT?

Definitely a Lake District TT in Cumbria. Haven't thought about the full route, but the Kirkstone Pass road would be a good challenge.

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Apr 10

Posts: 109

FellRaven says:

Lakes TT Route 1

Keswick, down pass Derwent Water, Up to Winlatter, down into Crummock, Buttermere, Lowes Water, back to the A66 near Cockermouth and a very high speed run to Bassentwaite, Old Road part of the Dual Carrageway back into Keswick. Could be run either direction.

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Dec 10

Posts: 59

mrnutt says:

Lakes TT

If you in the lakes, the Hardknott and Wrynose passes have to be included! a challenge at the best of times let alone racing!

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Feb 10

Posts: 63

JamesQGM says:


B1183. Boston to Horncastle. Then up past Cadwell to Louth.

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Jun 08

Posts: 410


I do not think so as it is the highest attended pure roads race on the calendar. Ciao

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Apr 09

Posts: 13

cairnspj says:

hire a bloody proof reader

I assume you mean Northern Ireland, not Island.

MCN has the highest rate of typo errors of any publication I've ever read. Hire a proof reader please.

That aside, I'd love to see road racing in England. I used to go to the NW200 every year when I was growing up, brilliant memories.

I think a 4-5 mile route would work best with proper racing not rally style, time trials. I bet you could build a route around a new-town style project, or would that defeat the point?







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numb fingers


Aug 02

Posts: 19

numb fingers says:

what about skelmersdale, they have some of the best urban roads, massive roundabouts, long straights, loads of corners why go anywhere else

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Mar 11

Posts: 7

NathanCBR says:

It Should be.....

At Cheltenham :D

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