***NEW FOR 2019*** CRMC’s debutant Classic Motorcycle Race Weekend brings two days of classic bike racing action to Castle Combe Circuit on 6–7 April.

Castle Combe Circuit is delighted to announce a brand-new partnership with the UK’s premier classic bike racing organiser – the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club (CRMC) ­– to launch the Classic Motorcycle Race Weekend event that will throwback to yesteryear when it takes over the circuit on 6–7 April.

With a rich heritage over the past 69 years, organisers from the 1.85-mile race track are delighted to be hosting such a meeting, which will see packed grids from various classes such as the Classic Era (1945­–1972), Post-Classic (1973–1986) as well as the ever-popular Sidecars.

Managing Director of Castle Combe Circuit, Graham Marshallsay, commented on the announcement. “From research, we know that there’s a large amount of people that believe Castle Combe and classic bike racing go hand-in-hand. I believe there is no better place to feel nostalgic and watch these epic machines racing at such close proximity.”

Castle Combe will also continue to host the long-standing NG Motorcycle Grand National race meeting which has delighted the crowds for countless years. As the Grand National continues to grow with grids of more modern machinery, it left a gap for the much-loved classic bike racing scene. Now you can get your double-dose of motorcycle racing action with these large events occurring in both April and September this year.

John Davidson, Events Organiser of the CRMC, says: “We are very pleased to be visiting Castle Combe Circuit for the first time and grateful for the opportunity for the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club to race at this circuit. “



Over the coming months, more information (including race timetable and entries) can be found at  

Tickets are now on-sale for as little as £12/15 (senior/adult – subject to booking fee). Castle Combe Circuit season passes are also admitted (perfect if you want to attend both Motorcycle meetings this year) and under 17s go free! You can buy tickets from or by calling the circuit office on 01249 782417.