One of the largest National Trials in Britain!

The Manx Two Day Trial takes place on the 13th and 14th July 2019.

A fantastic weekend of off-road action catering for all riders whether you are a world champion or occassional club rider.

The Manx Two Day Trial is a very popular and well-loved national motorcycle trials event catering for solo and sidecar competitors, which will celebrate its 64th anniversary in 2019. A great combination of a fantastic route, amazing scenery and plenty of opportunities on the social side of things, the ‘Manx’ is an event not to be missed.

The trial regularly attracts over 200 competitors, the majority of whom travel to the Island from all corners of Britian and Ireland, and further afield. For many, it’s the highlight of their season and they look forward to the event all year round.

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Maybe you could see some road racing action at the Southern 100 as part of your trip. The event is held on the Billown Circuit in the south of the Island between 8th – 11th July.

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Event Information and Itinerary

The weekend commences with the signing on for riders and officials during the evening of Friday 12th July 2019, a perfect opportunity to catch up with old friends and acquaintances over a drink to chat about previous events or what’s to come over the weekend.

The real action then gets underway early on Saturday morning with the first rider away at 8 a.m. The start is located at Douglas Rugby Club and has plenty of parking and facilities for any spectators heading out early.

The solo competitors then head out on a route covering around 45 -50 miles around the southern half of the Island, covering around 40 observed sections spread around lots of fantastic, spectator friendly venues. The sidecars head to the northern half of the Island covering a route of similar length again with about 40 sections for the crews to negotiate.

The action continues on Saturday, again from 8 a.m. with the solo competitors heading north and the sidecars in a more southerly direction on routes of a similar length to the previous day. Lots more remote and beautiful scenery and plenty of easily accessible places for spectators to get close to the action.

The weekend is rounded off with a prize presentation evening. All finishers get the opportunity to take to the stage and collect a coveted finishers award, and stay on to see the winners crowned. Another great social night, where stories from the weekend are told, friendships are cemented and plans put in place for attending next year.