The MCUI Ulster Centre promoting clubs working together to promote the Ulster Superbike Championship and competitors for a better future of our sport! The 10 Round Championships kicks off at Bishopscourt Race Circuit on Easter Saturday followed by Round 2 at Kirkistown on Easter Monday 2nd April 2018. St Angelo Enniskillen will also be
The Hillsborough and District Motorcycle Club promote the Sunflower Trophy Races The Final & Round 10 of the Ulster Superbike Championship 2018. The Ulster Superbike Championship has already been won by Gerard Kinghan in September but there is still bragging rights to come in the final round of the Championship, with visiting competitors from the
David Wood Trophy RACES USBK Rd 8 Promoted by Motor Cycle Road Racing Club of Ireland Ltd Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th September at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit, Downpatrick Co Down USBK PR 060918 The Motor Cycle Road Racing Club of Ireland promote the IFS David Wood Trophy Races Round 8 of the
Norman Brown Memorial Trophy USBK Rd 6 Saturday 18th August at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit, Downpatrick USBK PR 100818 Ulster Road Race season wraps up this weekend with the Ulster Grand Prix, but more significantly round 6 of the Ulster Superbike Championship takes place next Saturday 18th August featuring The Norman Brown Memorial Trophy.
Barry Graham, the 33yr old Superbike rider from Kilkeel had his request granted last night for a move from SBK Cup to SBK Pro. Barry will now compete in the USBK Superbike Pro class for the remainder of 2018 onboard his JMC Roofing sponsored Kawasaki ZX10R. You can catch Barry in action this Saturday and
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Neil & Donny Robinson Memorial Trophy USBK Rd 5 PR130718 Promoted by Mid Antrim 150 Club Saturday 21st Sunday 22nd July at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit, Downpatrick USBK Championship returns after a summer break for round 5 of the Championship promoted by the Mid Antrim 150 Club and sponsored by MJF Building Services. Practice
The opening rounds of the newly formed Ulster Superbike Championship took place at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit on Saturday (31st March) In the feature races competing for the 41st Enkalon Trophy it was Randalstowns Gerard Kinghan who was the man on form, winning both races from last years Superbike Champion Charles Stuart. Race one Kinghan
2018 will be the 41st year of the Enkalon Trophy event, which again will run on the traditional Easter Saturday date, 31st March. Who’s Who of Motorcycle racing history are among the list of winners of this prestigious Trophy. We are also privileged to be running the First
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