A bike track day (motorcycle track day) is where you take your own Motorcycle to a Circuit to ride it on the track. There are no restrictions on speed, but riders are required to keep within their limits and abide by track regulations. Please view our calendar which now includes the 2021 bike track days. Keep an eye out for special events marked in yellow. *** New for 2021 *** Bikes must be fitted with front brake lever guards before being allowed out on the track.
Most motorcycle track days run in groups, where riders are split into beginner, intermediate and advanced ability and will take turns out on the track, usually in one 15 to 20-minute session per hour for each group. Circuit marshals monitor the events to ensure everyone on track is kept as safe as possible. To participate in a bike track day, riders require a full-unrestricted licence and with all safety equipment, full leathers or (or 2-piece leathers that zip together 360 degrees around the waist) boots, gloves and helmet.
Experience the thrill of a motorbike track day at one of our many UK tracks. Gain track experience either on your own road bike or hire one of our fully track prepared bikes that come in various sizes from 600cc to 1000cc. Alongside some of our Silverstone motorcycle track days, we also run Masterclass sessions that have been designed by ex British Superbike Champion Niall Mackenzie. You can find a list of our 2021 motorbike track day dates on the calendar above.
Hosting our Bike Calendar
If you would like to host our bike track day events on your own website the instructions are on our bike track day RSS feed page. Our developers will be more than happy to assist you in styling the calendar to match your website design.
Which bike track day organisers do TrackDays work with?
TrackDays have built up trusted relationships with a huge number of recognised and established motorcycle track day organisers such as No Limits Trackdays, Motorsport Vision Trackdays (MSVT), Silverstone Circuits and many more. We work with ATDO (Association of Track Day Organisers) ensuring track day events are run at extremely high standards.