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

Armoy Road Races 2021 Sees Bumper Entries

ARMOY Road Races have a bumper entry this year according to Bill Kennedy MBE, Clerk of the Course. To date, entries have been received from all over Ireland and the United Kingdom with nearly 30 of them newcomers. It would seem there is a keen interest in racing at Armoy this year and who will turn up at to race … Read More

Hilton Car Sales Gearing Up to Sponsor Armoy Races

Ballymena Quality Used Car Retailer to Sponsor Supersport Race. HILTON Car Sales, a quality used car retailer located in Ballymena, is the latest local company to add its name to the list of sponsors for this year’s Armoy Road Races. Sponsoring the Supersport race, Hilton Car Sales first came on board as sponsors of the prestigious event in 2019 and … Read More

Armoy Road Races Confirms Title Sponsorship

Bayview Hotel Continues Support for Local Races. WITH only two months to go until the big event, the Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club has confirmed that the Bayview Hotel, in Portballintrae, is returning as title sponsor for this year’s races, which are due to take place on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st July. Having been cancelled last year due to … Read More

Guy Martin Heading to Armoy

GUY Martin when interviewed by the BBC Northern Ireland has confirmed he intends to be at this year’s Armoy Road Races which highlights the high regard the top riders have for this testing three-mile road race. Bill Kennedy MBE Clerk of the Course at the Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club said he was thrilled to hear the news. He said, … Read More

Frequently asked questions 2021

Today was the next step in the easing of some restrictions here in Northern Ireland with the opening of shops and even the pub, but we still can’t afford to go ‘gung ho’.   Tough decisions have been made by the club to get us here and there are still tough decisions ahead and with hindsight and time on our side … Read More