Bikers Welcome

The famous Isle of Man TT races in June and the popular Festival of Motorcycling, including the MGP, in August are exciting times for bikers to visit the Island. Silly Moos Campsite sits on the TT course at the 22-mile mark, opposite Lezayre Church – a very fast section made famous by TV crews with the slow motion cameras at ‘K’ Trees which is very well known with the riders.

Conker Trees, Churchtown is the viewing platform at the Silly Moos entrance. On race days it has chairs, hot food and drinks, toilet facilities and free parking.

TT Races & Classic TT Races Only: Full breakfast over the race period is available on the Campsite.

Please note: As we are located on the TT race course, roads are closed for the racing. Alternative access during racing is available to the rear of the site through the river ford, or on foot.

When visiting the Island the security and safekeeping of your bike is probably high on your agenda, along with riding the famous course and enjoying our spectacular scenery. Silly Moos is part of the Island’s Biker Friendly Scheme offering bikers a range of facilities and services to help make your stay more comfortable.

In addition to a secure storage area you’ll find somewhere warm and dry to hang wet clothing overnight, giving you with peace of mind while you’re away from your wheels. 

TT & Motorsport Events - Island Guide
The Isle of Man is known around the globe as an undisputed world-class destination for motorsport. The Island’s challenging and comprehensive road network has entertained competitors on two wheels and four, as well as spectators, for over a hundred years.
Isle of Man TT - Guide
Here you can find everything you need to know to experience the Isle of Man TT for yourself, whether you are spectating, racing or supporting the event in another way.
Festival of Motorcycling - Isle of Man Guide
The Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling brings together four of the biggest and best events in the motorcycle calendar to create a unique and action-packed fortnight of two-wheeled sport in the very heartland of motorcycle racing.
Manx Grand Prix - Guide
The Manx Grand Prix has a tradition going back more than ninety years. It started life as a race for amateurs, and one which was organised specifically to counteract the muscling out of many competitors by the professional teams, and professional riders, who were increasingly competing in the TT. Perhaps the last significant change came about in 2013 when the Isle of Man Government took over the promotion of the MGP Classic races – now branded the Classic TT – with the Manx Motor Cycle Club retaining the title ownership and promotion of the Manx Grand Prix.