Classic racing star Graham Dickinson has already confirmed to ride for the Thundersprint in Anglesey.
Entry forms for both the Thundersprint sprint hillclimb and the Thundersprint Cavalcade of Motorcycling are available now.
The Thundersprint is a sprint hillclimb run under an ACU Permit where riders compete against the clock. The full, 2.1 mile International Circuit at Anglesey will be used. Riders will leave the start line singly as with a conventional sprint.
Entries are open to Pre-1973 classic machines, race and road, and there are also two special classes – one for 50cc and 80cc machines made before 1978 and the other for sports bikes manufactured before 1989.
Riders will get three 15 minute practice sessions in the morning and then the sprint in the afternoon. As part of their entry fee, they will also be able to ride in the lunch-time Cavalcade at no extra cost.
Here’s a preview of what it’s like to ride the fabulous Anglesey track. www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3woHzuAaLs
Entries for Thundersprint Cavalcade are open to all bikes of any type or capacity. We welcome everything from the latest Supersports machines to customs, cruisers and classics.
Cavalcaders will ride three laps of the full 2.1 mile circuit behind a pace car. The emphasis will be on smiling and waving to the crowd because the Cavalcade is strictly speed limited. This event is absolutely NOT suitable for anyone who wants to ride anything other than very slowly on a race circuit.
Entry to the sprint hillclimb costs £90 and this includes two admission tickets and a camping pass.
The Cavalcade costs £30 and again this includes two £10 admission tickets and a camping pass with a value of £20.
Admission to the Saturday evening party is included for both sprint and cavalcade entrants.
For an entry form for either event, e-mail email@example.com or phone 01928 740 498.