If you want to explore the top speed of yourself and your machine in the safest possible way without
risking your licence or even jail......join us!
The association of the fastest motorcycle riders in the country, genuine
This is the place to see your true speed measured by certified timing equipment not your mates
tales of 150mph down the bypass or worse, which is almost certainly untrue due to the inaccuracy of most speedos at those
sort of speeds and the inevitable B/S factor
Learn to handle three figure speeds safely.
Race on some of the
best and longest runways in the UK.
See the fastest riders in the country close up and at maximum speed.
and medical back up on site.
Certificated record of your personal top speed.
planning on holding four events in 2011 the first and second of which will be at Honington.
We expect these
events to be popular so early entry is advised because places are limited and its strictly first come first served.
All members will receive an exclusive riding number which will remain yours while you continue to be a member
and will be used to identify you and your results on the members database.This identification number will comprise two or
three letters and two or three numbers.The letters identify you the rider and the numbers identify your machine.
wish to ride another machine entered by another rider you must substitute a revised number using your identification letters
with the identification numbers of the machine you wish to ride,subject to clearance by the Clerk of the Course on the day
in all cases.
If you fail to observe this procedure you will not obtain a speed for your runs on another machine and
could be prevented from riding again on the day by the Clerk of the Course.
There will be classes for all sizes
of motorcycle and as this site develops you will find all the information necessary to enter together with the level of protective
clothing and how to find the venues and most important a database of the speeds obtained at our events.
Over the last ten years or so a network of people have supported events around the country interested in
finding out just how quick their motorcycles were.
Prior to this we have a long and famous history of landspeed
racing in the UK but for many reasons interest in top speed events has been in decline for some time and we are in danger
of losing the chance to ride in this type of event because of the lack of support for various reasons.
The riders are
scattered around the country and communicate via various websites, meetings, shops etc.but lack any central collective identity
and are therefore fragmented and not in a position to have any say in the running or cancellation of events, to sum up we
have no voice.
By supporting our club you help to ensure a future for this type of event.
Some of our aims in forming this association are to secure the viability of events in the future and bring Land Speed Racing
back into the place it deserves in the motorsports culture of this country.
The reason we have a lifetime membership
fee is to guarantee that we have the funds available to pay for an event if you the member having pre booked fail to turn
up on the day,we still need to pay for your place even if you dont turn up.
Initially we will be dealing solely with
motorcycles but if interested parties with three or four wheel vehicles wish to get involved we see no reason why not to extend
our horizons in the future.
We aim to be the organisation that people approach when they want to know about speed
and become the voice that landspeed racing needs to progress.
We intend to promote our own event to be known as the Suffolk
We intend to hold several events during the year where we will collect all necessary data to provide a results
system that can be compared with similar results around the world.
The results from these events will be used to complete
a results database for the membership so they can measure their progress as accurately as possible.
of these results will enable us to create a list of the fastest riders in the UK and we will endeavour to have this list published
in the national press.
We will provide a starting point for new riders who wish to take part in our events and provide
guidance as requested.
While at all times safety of anybody attending an event is of utmost importance competitors will
be engaged in a form of motorsport which is dangerous so we cannot be held responsible for any incidents or accidents arising
from the competitors membership of our organisation.
You can follow our progress on Facebook here.