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TT Centenary

The Isle of Man TT Races celebrated its centenary in 2007. It was the biggest and best biker party the island has ever seen. Each year the TT Races attract 40,000 people and 12,000 motorcycles to the small Isle of Man. Visitors come together to admire the chrome and tell tales as well as catch some of the most impressive racing action in the world. This is amazing up-close high speed motorcycle racing on a 37 mile course of closed public roads. Solo and sidecar bikes fly through villages, countryside and over mountains. It is also the massive social festival with entertainment, club meets and a large programme of activities and events.

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Dates: Sunday 28 March 2010 - Sunday 31 October 2010
Description: TT Centenary Exhibition. The exhibition will look at some of the highlights and the hidden histories of the world's oldest stil-functioning motorcycle racing circuit. Featuring classic machinery, leathers and other memorablia. House of Manannan, Peel,
Event information supplied by the Isle of Man Department of Tourism & Leisure (01624 686766)

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