Race Practice Days


Competitors will enter and pay for this day on their Entry Form.  Riders who turn up on the day will need to complete these forms and pay before they can ride. The forms will also be available at the track.


What is a Practice Day?

Practice Days are primarily for competition riders to sort out their bike and get used to the track the day before a meeting. However, they are run the same as Public Ride Days so read that page for further information.

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Who can ride?

You don’t have to enter the race meeting to ride at this day. It’s also for anyone interested in becoming a competitor and you can use your road bike as long as it’s been prepared for scrutineering.

How much does it cost?
Fees are listed on the form. There are no Credit Card facilities or ATM at the track so you will need to pay cash.

Scrutineering?

Bikes and equipment will be checked to make sure they are safe before you can go on the track.  Bikes do not have to be fully race prepared as Ride Day rules apply. See Public Ride Days for more information

Note: if you are entered in the race meeting and your bike is ready, we can scrutineer it at the Practice day.