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The directors of the Welsh Road Race regretfully announce the postponement of the 2018 Welsh Road Race. This is due to recent changes in legislation on the Road Traffic Act in Wales. A date for the 2019 event has already been requested and will be announced shortly.

On the 9th of January this year, there was a hearing with regard to the repeal of the Road Traffic Act. The repeal was to allow the use of closed Public Roads for Motorsport events. This repeal came into effect yesterday, on the 2nd February.

The Welsh Road Race had gained permissions previously, but the current change in legislation, has put the the timescale of the event into jeopardy, as there will not be enough time to obtain the correct permissions now to permit the event.

"We are working closely with the ACU, Crown Properties and Powys County Council to organise the Welsh Road Race, and under the new changes in legislation, the new deadlines that have been imposed, will make it very difficult to carry out a safe and successful event', said Derek Smith, Managing Director of the Welsh Road Race, " the Board of Directors are absolutely devastated, for all the supporters and all concerned with the event. We have began steps to contact all our supporters and sponsors who are involved in the event."

Paul King, Chairman of the ACU Road Race Committee said, "Following concerns raised with the Auto Cycle Union at the end of the year about the proposed Welsh Road Race in August 2018, Members of the ACU Road Race Committee recently met with the event organisers, to understand what was being proposed and what was required for the event to progress.

In order for the ACU Road Race Committee to sanction the event, a list of requirements required from the Organisers was agreed. It would appear that the timetable to achieve the event for 2018 cannot be achieved.

The ACU Road Race Committee will endeavour to assist the organisers in progressing the event for 2019."


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The Welsh Road Race is the culmination of an idea from a collective of Road Racing Fans. An idea inspired by the Welsh TT , to stage again, a motorcycle road race on the public roads of the Brecon Beacons.

Welsh RR, will be a 2 day national motorcycle race meeting on a closed 5.25 mile circuit, located in magnificent scenery with unspoilt views over the surrounding wild plateau which defines Sennybridge Training Area & the mountains beyond.

The passion of the Board of Directors for road racing, is coming to fruition, and will lead to an academy offering safe training facilities for aspiring riders, of any age.


  • Ultra Lightweight motorcycles - 125cc to 250cc capacity
  • Lightweight Supertwin motorcycles - 650cc capacity
  • Welsh RR Zero Electric Race
  • Supersport motorcycles - 600cc capacity
  • Superstock motorcycles - 1000cc capacity
  • The event will also incorporate a parade of classic & exotic machinery.

Each class will consist of a maximum of 40 machines, with 2 motorcycles setting off together at 10 second intervals. Each machine will be timed in order to produce an eventual winner in their respective categories.


Our approach is to make sure that not just those in the stands are entertained, but the riders themselves also enjoy every second of the track.

We took the time to talk to some of the riders and find out what they think of the idea of a Welsh Road Race.


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