Bayview Hotel Returns as Title Sponsor of Armoy’s ‘Race of Legends’ 2019

ARMOY Motorcycle Road Racing Club is proud to announce the Bayview Hotel as title sponsor of the ‘Race of Legends’ for a second year.  Following their joint 10-year anniversary in 2018, the Bayview Hotel will again join with the Armoy Road Races for what is sure to be a fantastic festival of racing. Situated at the heart of the picturesque … Read More

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Armoy Road Races 2020 – Coronavirus Update. In accordance with the ‘Stay at Home’ and ‘Social Distancing’ measures that we are all following, as well as recognising that many of our members and those associated with the sport are often involved in close contact with others when travelling, working and meeting the Directors of the Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club … Read More

Bayview Hotel Headline Sponsor of Armoy’s Race of Legends

PORTBALLINTRAE’s Bayview Hotel has returned as title sponsor, for the third consecutive year, of the Armoy Road Races’ Race of Legends. Owner Trevor Kane, a keen motorcycling enthusiast, has been involved with the sport for many years, with the Bayview Hotel also playing an instrumental part since the formation of the event. Trevor, keen to support the road racing community, … Read More

2020 Membership is now available

This year, the card commemorates Armoy Armada Legend Mervyn Robinson and includes the 2020 road race dates on the back of the card. Members will receive the clubs 2020 membership card and the enamel club members badge.

Autumn Club News

AGM: The Annual general Meeting was on Wednesday 4th September with a couple of top table changes. Outgoing Chairman William Munnis who took the role last year at the eleventh hour has decided to have a year out and we wish William, good luck trying that!  No one needed coerced and the returning club officers included; Vice-Chairman – David Guild … Read More

Souvenir programme available NOW

The souvenir Armoy 2019 race programme is available to buy now. This reproduction special Armada retro look and sized programme with light weight pages hails back to the 1979 era of race programmes. Features include reproduced archive material and newspaper clippings from a cutting book owned by Franks brother, Alastair. Personal memories of Frank and the Armada penned by Alastair … Read More