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Our most frequently asked questions

Its easy to join our club. Simply complete our membership form which can be downloaded here.

Our racing dates can be found on our calendar page. With all our rounds being held at Three Sister Race Circuit in Wigan UK.

Before taking out a ACU Road Race Competition Licence you are required to complete both the Competitor Training Course (CTC) and the Basic Rider Assessment (BRA) prior to your first Road Race event. These courses can be completed on the same or separate days and are held at venues across the country during the year.


Competitor Training Course

This course is designed to ensure that you have a knowledge of the rules of the sport and the safety procedures. During this course the different race flags will be explained, along with different racing procedures that you should be aware of before going racing.


Basic Rider Assessment

This is where you will be required to prove competency to ride a motorcycle on the race track in an appropriate manner. The assessment comprises of a structured set of riding skill sessions taking place both on and off track. It will include the procedure for a full Road Race start, perhaps the most stressful part of any new competitors’ first race.


What Grade of licence would I start with?

Once you have completed the CTC and BRA courses, you will be start off as a Novice/Intermediate Novice with an Orange Vest for your first ten meetings at three different venues. Then you will be able to progress to Clubman and National grades depending on your riding ability and results.


For more infomation feel free to call our friendly Chairman Ste Tomlinson on 07933436313 or email
or visit the ACU website

To enter our meeting your must first:

Have a valid ACU Licence > Be a member of PDMCC > Have a bike suitable for the class you wish to enter > Complete our entry form

You can download our entry forms on our downloads page. Or you can also enter our events online via the ACU Website.

You can find all you need to know via the ACU handbook and also on our downloads page where we have our own set of rules and regulations.