The Bennetts British Superbike Championship (BSB) – brings some of the best bike racers in the world back to Knockhill for three days of 180mph wheel-to-wheel action on 28/29/30 June 2019. Knockhill’s twists and turns always produce stunning elbow-to-elbow action for these 180mph Superbikes. This year we saw lap records set across all the major classes and with a second year’s worth of experience on Knockhill’s new surface – could the times drop yet further?
A cracking support package will provide plenty of entertainment for bike racing fans, in between two awesome BSB races. Please make sure you join us for this special Superbike event, theres giantscreens, trade stands, optional camping and 5 star VIP packages are also available for those wishing to make the most of their visit to Knockhill.
BikeFest Rewind was a the brand new event from Knockhill in 2018 and celebrated everything on two-wheels. A top feature were two endurance racers over 100 laps with teams of riders taking on this extreme challenge. With a great mixture of on-track and off-track action, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at this event!
Take part in the all-new endurance races or trackday sessions. Enjoy the sights and sounds of all the iconic bikes on show at the Rewind festival with 3 special track sessions for classic bikes.
So, whilst you check out all the bikes 70s, 80s and 90s you used to own down the years, the young ones can be off enjoying some of the other enterainment on offer. You’ll also score major brownie points for being the one that brought them along (oh, and it won’t cost you a bean as all kids under 16 go FREE)
KMSC and Scottish bike racing competitors head back to Knockhill for another full-on weekend of racing action. With up to 32 races, practice, warm up and qualification sessions the action will both fast and thrilling. On the track, see 600’s, 1000cc Clubman and Scottish Superbikes and other classes will race on the track at lightening speeds, often with only with the merest fraction-of-a-second separating the elite riders in each class.
The event will feature the largest gathering of Sidecars this year as riders vie for the prestigeous Jock Taylor Trophy, a Trophy that is known around the world, in memory of Scotland’s World Sidecar Champion from Pencaitland, Jock Taylor.