29th May - 11th June 2021
The ultimate 'must see it' event for motorsport fan
The 2021 Isle of Man TT Races begins on Saturday 29th June with an opening ceremony and party in the park held at the TT Grandstand.
On Sunday 29th May you will enjoy the first afternoon qualifying session which is a new and welcomed addition to the TT schedule.
From Monday to Tuesday qualifying sessions revert back to evening sessions with the final qualifying session taking place on Friday afternoon.
From Saturday 5th June onwards you can look forward to a full racing schedule with a full day of racing on Saturday where you will enjoy a
3 lap sidecar race along with the thrilling Superbike race. Superbike Saturday is followed by ‘Mad Sunday’ where fans can have their own
ride around the world famous TT course. Racing then takes place on alternate days, Monday, Wednesday and Friday known locally as Senior
Race day which features the final sidecar race and concluding Senior TT.
There will be an action packed programme of events and entertainment held at the TT Grandstand and across the entire Island so no matter
when you choose to visit there will always be something to do.
Useful information for all the events
The Isle of Man has an extensive public transport network with Railways, Trams and Buses all providing services that can be used by TT visitors to get round.
The most useful bus route for accessing vantage points around the course is the number 5 bus. You can download the special TT service schedule here: TT Bus Service
The number 3 service between Douglas and Ramsey via Laxey and the coast road is another useful option for race fans looking to get around the Course. Download the schedule here: TT Bus Service
For more details on bus services see the official Isle of Man Bus website here: Isle of Man Bus
As its name suggests the Mountain Railway is a great way of reaching one of the highest points on the Isle of Man TT Course. Catch the trams from its terminus in Laxey, or travel via the sister service - the Manx Electric Railway - from either Douglas or Ramsey and arrive at the Bungalow in style. Access to either side of the Course is possible via the footbridge.
The Steam Railway runs between Port Erin in the South of the island and Douglas. Useful especially for visitors staying at the Colby Glamping site.
Full timetable for all services available here: IOM Railways Timetable
The Isle of Man has an extensive network of Greenlanes (bridleways) open to mountain bikes, horses and off-road bikes. Many of the Greenlanes run through the hills and valleys in the centre of the Course making for a great way to watch from more than one vantage point during the race.
Download the map here: Outdoor Leisure Map
For information about Greenlane use see the IOM Government website here: Greenlanes