Manx Grand Prix
The Manx Grand Prix is held during late August and early September each year and, like the Isle of Man TT, attracts huge numbers of riders and fans to Manx shores.
But while the TT is where you'll see many of the factory-backed superstars of road racing, the 'Manx' is home to the men and women who get their hands dirty and race simply for the love of racing - amateurs who save their money all-year round to live out their dream of competing on the 37.73-mile Mountain Course.
Alongside the racing, enthusiasts of all kinds of machinery meet up at rallies around the Island throughout the two-week practice and race period to share their bikes and stories with like-minded people.
Be a part of it by staying at Groudle Glen Cottages, where you can enjoy the whole experience in comfort and style at a convenient location.
Find out more about the history of the Manx Grand Prix and what is in store at this year's event by visiting the official website here.
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