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Background imageTrending: The Smokin Bantam! Harvey Williams (BSA) in practice, 1952 Ultra Lightweight TT

The Smokin Bantam! Harvey Williams (BSA) in practice, 1952 Ultra Lightweight TT
The Smokin Bantam! Harvey Williams (BSA) at Ballaugh Bridge in practice for the 1952 Ultra Lightweight TT

Background imageTrending: Mike Hailwood (Honda) 1967 Lightweight TT

Mike Hailwood (Honda) 1967 Lightweight TT
Mike Hailwood (Honda) leaves Ramsey: 1967 Lightweight TT

Background imageTrending: Giacomo Agostini (MV) on Agos Leap. Quarter Bridge Road, 1970 Senior TT

Giacomo Agostini (MV) on Agos Leap. Quarter Bridge Road, 1970 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Joey Dunlop (Honda) 1990 Senior TT

Joey Dunlop (Honda) 1990 Senior TT
TT legend Joey Dunlop (Honda) 1990 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Malcolm Smith (Husqvarna) 1971 ISDT, Isle of Man

Malcolm Smith (Husqvarna) 1971 ISDT, Isle of Man
`one of the stars of the film On Any Sunday, Malcolm Smith (Husqvarna) on his way to a Gold, 1971 ISDT, Isle of Man

Background imageTrending: John Surtees (MV) 1957 Senior TT

John Surtees (MV) 1957 Senior TT
John Surtees (MV) on Bray Hill; heading for second place behind Bob McIntyre: 1957 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Mike Hailwood (Ducati) 1979 Formula One TT

Mike Hailwood (Ducati) 1979 Formula One TT

Background imageTrending: Vance Breeze (Harley Davidson) 1982 Classic TT

Vance Breeze (Harley Davidson) 1982 Classic TT
American Vance Breeze takes his Harley Davidson round Quarter Bridge in the 1982 Classic TT

Background imageTrending: The Big Honda-4: Mike Hailwood in the 1967 Senior TT

The Big Honda-4: Mike Hailwood in the 1967 Senior TT
Regarded by many as the greatest TT. Mike Hailwood rode the fearsome Honda-4 to victory after Agos chain snapped

Background imageTrending: Mike the Bike leave Governors Bridge; 1967 Lightweight TT

Mike the Bike leave Governors Bridge; 1967 Lightweight TT
Mike the Bike leave Governors Bridge, and his opposition in the 1967 Lightweight TT

Background imageTrending: Peter Williams flies Ballaugh Bridge: 1974 F750 TT

Peter Williams flies Ballaugh Bridge: 1974 F750 TT
Peter Williams at Ballaugh Bridge

Background imageTrending: Manliff Barrington (Vincent) 1950 Senior TT

Manliff Barrington (Vincent) 1950 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Keith Heckles (Norton) 1971 Formula 750 TT

Keith Heckles (Norton) 1971 Formula 750 TT
Keith Heckles (Norton) at Quarter Bridge: 1971 Formula 750 TT

Background imageTrending: Giacomo Agostini (MV) 1970 Senior TT

Giacomo Agostini (MV) 1970 Senior TT
Giacomo Agostini (MV) waits to start the 1970 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Dick Tapken & John Gibbard (Honda) 1981 Sidecar TT

Dick Tapken & John Gibbard (Honda) 1981 Sidecar TT
Dick Tapken & John Gibbard (Honda) at Union Mills: 1981 Sidecar TT

Background imageTrending: Beryl Swain (Itom) 1962 50cc TT

Beryl Swain (Itom) 1962 50cc TT
First female solo racer at the TT: Beryl Swain (Itom) on Quarter Bridge Road, 1962 50cc TT

Background imageTrending: Mike Hailwood leaves Ramsey: 1967 Junior TT

Mike Hailwood leaves Ramsey: 1967 Junior TT
The 297cc Honda Six was on full noise as Mike Hailwood starts for the Mountin climb in the 1967 Junior TT

Background imageTrending: Joeys first TT victory; the 1977 Jubilee TT

Joeys first TT victory; the 1977 Jubilee TT
Little-known (at that time) Joey Dunlop (Rea Yamsel) shook the TT regulars by taking victory in the 1977 Jubilee TT on his home-built Seeley-framed Yamaha

Background imageTrending: Austin Munks (Velocette) 1936 Junior Manx Grand Prix

Austin Munks (Velocette) 1936 Junior Manx Grand Prix
Austin Munks (Velocette) at Signpost Corner, 1936 Junior Manx Grand Prix

Background imageTrending: Joey Dunlop (Honda) Filming V-4 Victory during the 1983 Manx Grand Prix

Joey Dunlop (Honda) Filming V-4 Victory during the 1983 Manx Grand Prix
No mini cameras in those days! Joey Dunlop (Honda) Filming V-4 Victory during the 1983 Manx Grand Prix

Background imageTrending: Joey Dunlop (Honda) 1995 Supersport 600 TT

Joey Dunlop (Honda) 1995 Supersport 600 TT

Background imageTrending: Mike Hailwood (Ducati) 1978 Formula One TT

Mike Hailwood (Ducati) 1978 Formula One TT
Mike Hailwood (Ducati) at Quarter Bridge: 1978 Formula One TT

Background imageTrending: Mike Hailwood (Honda) 1966 Junior TT

Mike Hailwood (Honda) 1966 Junior TT
Mike Hailwood (Honda) at Quarter Bridge; 1966 Junior TT

Background imageTrending: Jack Findlay at Quarter Bridge: 1973 Senior TT

Jack Findlay at Quarter Bridge: 1973 Senior TT
Aussie Jack Findlay (Suzuki) at Quarter Bridge, winning 1973 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: The last Clubman winner: Bernard Codd (BSA) 1956 Senior Clubman TT

The last Clubman winner: Bernard Codd (BSA) 1956 Senior Clubman TT
Bernard Codd strokes his BSA Gold Star through Cronk ny Mona, to complete a Clubman double at the last running of the Clubman TT on the Isle of Man

Background imageTrending: Manx Engineering (2)

Manx Engineering (2)
In 1978, Mike Hailwood broke a few alloy gear levers, a dicky left ankle meant he was hard on it. A local aerospace company made a replacement from stainless steel

Background imageTrending: James Lansdowne Pa Norton

James Lansdowne Pa Norton
Founder of the most successful British TT machine, Pa Norton was out of luck with his TT rides, retiring in the three TT races he competed in. Shown here with his 1909 mount

Background imageTrending: Giacomo Agostini (MV) 1971 Junior TT

Giacomo Agostini (MV) 1971 Junior TT
Giacomo Agostini (MV) starts the 1971 Junior TT

Background imageTrending: Roland Pike (Pike Rudge) 1952 Lightweight TT

Roland Pike (Pike Rudge) 1952 Lightweight TT
Roland Pike (Pike Rudge) an Braddan Straight; 1952 Lightweight TT

Background imageTrending: Mike Hailwood winning the 1978 Formula One TT

Mike Hailwood winning the 1978 Formula One TT on the Sports Motorcycle Ducati

Background imageTrending: Hedley Cox (Covel) 1951 Manx Grand Prix

Hedley Cox (Covel) 1951 Manx Grand Prix

Background imageTrending: Hedley Cox (Vincent) 1953 Silverstone

Hedley Cox (Vincent) 1953 Silverstone

Background imageTrending: Eddie Stidolph (Norton) and Syd Lawton (AJS) 1951 Senior TT

Eddie Stidolph (Norton) and Syd Lawton (AJS) 1951 Senior TT
Canadian Eddie Stidolph (Norton) and Syd Lawton (AJS) 1951 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Tom Arters Wheelbarrow Matchless

Tom Arters Wheelbarrow Matchless
Peter Williams bounds down Bray Hill in the 1973 Senior TT. He comapigned the Arter Bros G50 for many year, but won his only TT in the 1973 Formula 750 race on the John Player Norton

Background imageTrending: 1971 Senior TT

1971 Senior TT
Peter Williams (Arter Matchless) at Parliament Square, On the Arter G50, Peter finished runner-up to Agostini in the Senior TT four times

Background imageTrending: 1971 Lightweight TT

1971 Lightweight TT
East Germany v Japan. Peter Williams (MZ, 5) and Phil Read (Yamaha, 6) start the 1971 Lightweight, This was Peters only TT ride on a non-British machine

Background imageTrending: Mike the Bike

Mike the Bike
A selection of early Mike Hailwood TT shots

Background imageTrending: The Bungalow Hotel

The Bungalow Hotel
Maurice Cann leads Tommy Wood in the 1950 Lightweight TT, This daunting building is what faced riders at the Bungalow up until 1957 when the Kissack family won the tender to remove it

Background imageTrending: Frank Steinhausen (Yamaha) 1979 Formula Two TT

Frank Steinhausen (Yamaha) 1979 Formula Two TT
Canadian Frank Steinhausen (Yamaha) 1979 Formula Two TT

Background imageTrending: Harold Daniell (Norton) 1947 Senior TT

Harold Daniell (Norton) 1947 Senior TT
Harold Daniell weighing in his TT-winning Norton: 1947 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Tom Herron (Yamaha) 1976 Junior TT

Tom Herron (Yamaha) 1976 Junior TT
Irish star Tom Herron (Yamaha) on Ballaugh Bridge: 1976 Junior TT

Background imageTrending: Peter Willliams (John Player Norton) & Mick Grant (Kawasaki) 1974 Formula 750 TT

Peter Willliams (John Player Norton) & Mick Grant (Kawasaki) 1974 Formula 750 TT
Peter Willliams (John Player Norton) & Mick Grant (Kawasaki) start the 1974 Formula 750 TT

Background imageTrending: Martin Carney (Triumph) 1969 Production 750 TT

Martin Carney (Triumph) 1969 Production 750 TT
The first Triumph triple to race the TT: Martin Carney (Triumph) at Governors Bridge: 1969 Production 750 TT

Background imageTrending: Peter Williams (Norton) 1966 Senior TT

Peter Williams (Norton) 1966 Senior TT
Peter Williams (Norton) leaves Governors Bridge: 1966 Senior TT

Background imageTrending: Mike Hailwood (Ducati) 1980 Parade Lap

Mike Hailwood (Ducati) 1980 Parade Lap

Background imageTrending: Peter Williams (Norton) 1971 Production TT

Peter Williams (Norton) 1971 Production TT
Peter Williams (Norton) at Ramsey; 1971 Production TT. Gearbox problems blighted the Commandos performance at the TT

Background imageTrending: Pat Hennen (Suzuki) leaves Governors Bridge; 1978 Senior TT

Pat Hennen (Suzuki) leaves Governors Bridge; 1978 Senior TT
American Pat Hennen set the first sub-20 minute lap of the TT course in the 1978 Senior TT before crashing at Bishopscourt whilst in the lead

Background imageTrending: Maurice Candy at Union Mills: 1956 Senior TT

Maurice Candy at Union Mills: 1956 Senior TT



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