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King of the TT Course

Type:Driving Route

King of the TT Course


Cruise round the course that is the toughest test for those wanting to be crowned King of the Mountain. 37 milestones and 37.5 miles, your thrilling journey begins at The Grandstand where world's most daring riders will hit 0 - 100 mph within a few seconds.

After the sharp right at Ballacraine onto Kirk Michael, you’ll be touring on the remaining section of the historic course from the very first races of 1907.

This drive takes you through the ever-changing scenery from rural pastures to sweeping vistas across the Irish Sea. Leaving Ramsey riders face thrilling hairpin turns and are soon on the finishing straight climbing the Mountain itself. The scenic highlight Snaefell (in old Norse meaning ‘Snow Mountain’) between Ramsey and the Creg-Ny-Baa pub on the descent back into Douglas. Return past the finish line where racers pass at 180mph.

Choose a stop at famous TT landmarks, Braddan Bridge, Glen Helen, Ballaugh Bridge, Ramsey Hairpin, Guthrie's Memorial, the Bungalow or the Creg-ny-Baa. 

Line Up Venues for Car and Motorcycle Clubs: Grandstand Pit Lane, Ramsey Market Square or Ramsey Courthouse – organised by arrangement.

For a detailed guide on the route, please click here



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  • All Year
Glencrutchery Road, Douglas, Isle Of Man

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