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Race Bike Testing at Three Sisters

Put your motorbike through its paces

If you're a keen biker, why not come to Three Sisters race circuit to get yourself and your bike into shape.

The track offers an excellent range of corner types, from fast sweeping bends to tight hairpins, with straights long enough to move up the gears. There's plenty of paddock space to take the biggest Gazebo or motorhome, so whether you're a lone rider with a trailer, or a team owner with mechanics to feed and keep dry, you should find that Three Sisters provides everything you need for a useful day's testing. All our bike events are supported by marshals and medical cover. Riders are required to wear protective clothing, which can be one- or two-piece, made of leather or textile.

ACU bike testing

These are run as 2-hour blocked sessions on set days throughout the year. You need to hold an ACU bike licence along with an ACU approved helmet for these days.


  • 2 hour session: £39

Bike Attack

Bike Attack is open to the public for road-legal bikes with a full or A2 licence – just turn up on the day with your licence and MOT, and have a go on the circuit as many times as you like! You need to have either one- or two-piece leathers or protective clothing to go out on track. These days are run from 2pm till dusk. Please note we do not allow slick tyres as this makes the bike non-road-legal and it is a road-legal event.


  • 10 minutes: £14
  • 30 minutes: £30

Circuits used for bike events (click to enlarge) :

Main photograph by SK-Art Photography

Upcoming Bike Events

  • Time: 9am - 5pm (arrival: 10:00)
    Price: £65 per Supermoto Test Day.
    Notes: Supermoto Test Day-Must have full bike licence, race licence or provide evidence of race experience.'
    Places available – call 01942 719030 to book.

See full listing of bike events

Loose Cannon Trackdays

Loose Cannon Trackdays Ltd is a family run business and was founded by motorcycle racer Jimmy 'the loose cannon' Buchanan. The events are based on what he wanted out of a track day.

Jimmy wanted space and track time to enjoy himself, to try new lines, different tyres and setting etc. To achieve this, Loose Cannon Trackdays Ltd limit the number of riders in a group to well under the track’s capacity. With less riders there is less traffic and time-consuming incidents. Jim says, "of course, this makes us a little more expensive than other organisers that pack their days, but we would rather focus on smaller groups."

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