|Thunderfest Spectator Information|
Thunderfest will be a very different event from the huge Thundersprints we used to hold in Northwich. But it’s going to be a great weekend with the emphasis on a lot of track action, featuring some fabulous classic bikes.
Rockers delight in the Thunderfest Cavalcade
The Anglesey Circuit have set the admission prices at a really attractive level and kids and pets are welcome.
As well as the Thunderfest time trials, there will be two lunch-time Cavalcades, and The Welsh Classic Motorcycle Festival will have riders out during both days.
We understand that the Festival will include evening entertainment and we’ll let you have more information about this as we know it.
First, the admission costs. A pre-booked, weekend, adult ticket costs £10.00. This will give admission to both days of the event.
On the weekend of Thunderfest, admission will be £10 for each day so a weekend ticket will cost £20 – double the price of a pre-booked ticket.
Camping can ONLY be pre-booked. The cost for a tent is £15.00, plus the spectator admission tickets, and for a motorhome or caravan £20.00 – again plus admission.
Camping facilities are fantastic at Anglesey
Camping opens at 6pm on Friday 29 May and closes at 6pm on Sunday 31 May. Click here for the Camping Booking Form
Please complete the form and either post or e-mail it back to the circuit NOT TO THE THUNDERSPRINT.
Here are the contact details.
Please note that we are NOT selling spectator or camping tickets. Please contact the Anglesey Circuit, on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01407 811 400 with any queries.
Because the Anglesey Circuit wants to make Thunderfest into a real family affair, kids under 16 years of age have free admission when accompanied by an adult.
The Anglesey Circuit is easy to reach and accessible from all over Britain. Trac Mon, this is its Welsh name, is just five miles from the main A55 dual carriageway.
The track has excellent facilities including modern toilet blocks, showers and some superb raised spectator viewing points.
If you want to ride in the Cavalcade, the cost is £35 and entries are open to road or competition bikes and riders of any age.
For £35, you will get two spectator admission tickets, a camping pass, a souvenir and two rides in the Cavalcade – one on Saturday 30 May and the other on Sunday 31 May.
Thunderfest Cavalcade is unique and costs just £35 to enter
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