The Ulster Grand Prix (UGP) is the world’s fastest road race which takes place in August each year at the Dundrod circuit outside the city of Lisburn. The event was first promoted in 1922 by the Ulster Motor Cycle Club on a 20.5 mile Clady Circuit that was then raced on during the 1930’s by the legendary Stanley Woods on his Norton.
The current race is now run by the Dundrod and District Motorcycle Club (DDMC). This year we anticipate that more riders will be elevated to the prestigious “130 Club” for competitors who have lapped Dundrod at an average speed in excess of 130mph and DDMC is confident of another Festival of Speed during Bike Week that will run between 12-17th August this year at the infamous Dundrod circuit.
Bike Week 11/16 August
14 August Dundrod Races
16 August Race Day