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Race Week Festival

NW200 2014 Race Week Festival

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FREE ADMISSION to hospitality marquee for paddock pass holders

Evening entertainment hosted by sports commentator Adrian Logan
and North Coast DJ Brian Moore.
(Admission charge for Tuesday evening and during race sessions)

Saturday 10th May

10am-5pm Mini Moto Racing. East Strand, Portrush.

Lunchtime Giro d’Italia cycle race visits the North Coast

10am-5pm Open Day at Hanna Boats, Loughan, Coleraine, cars, bikes and with NW200 riders

Sunday 11th May

9.30am Cycle of North West 200 circuit (sign in at Dunluce Centre)

2.30pm Britannia Concert Band at Hospitality Marquee

3.30pm Pre-Race Chaplain Service at Hospitality Marquee. All welcome

Monday 12th

9am-5pm Up to Speed – NW200 Exhibition, Ballymoney Museum. Admission free.

3pm-7pm Car boot sale beside Inn on the Coast

4.30pm-7pm Veteran, Vintage and Classic Vehicle Display at the start area (inc.cavalcade of course at 7pm)

7.30pm “How the North West Was Won” documentary followed by Partners in Crime at the Hospitality Marquee

Tuesday 13th

9am-5pm Up to Speed – NW200 Exhibition, Ballymoney Museum. Admission free.

9am-6pm BikeSafe NI Free rider assessment at the start area

9.15am-2.45pm ROADS CLOSE FOR OFFICIAL PRACTICE

10am-10pm Vintage & Classic Bike Display Portstewart Town Hall. Admission £3, OAP £1.50, no charge for children accompanied by adult.

8pm Miss North West 200 Contest, Hospitality Marquee, sponsored by Morelli’s of Portstewart and hosted by Brian Moore & Adrian Logan. Followed by The Untouchables. Admission £5.

Wednesday 14th May

9am-5pm Up to Speed – NW200 Exhibition, Ballymoney Museum. Admission free.

9am-4pm Celebrity Golf Fourball, Royal Portrush Golf Club (Valley Course)

10am-6pm BikeSafe NI Free rider assessment at the start area

10am-10pm Vintage & Classic Bike Display see Tuesday

12noon-5pm Family Entertainment in the paddock

4pm-6pm Paddock Walkabout. £5 admission

6.30pm-8pm Family Motor Fest, a free spectacular at East Strand , Portrush

7.30pm NW200 Chat Show at the Hospitality Marquee with Adrian Logan followed by Chrissy & the Crew

8.00pm Nathan Carter live outdoor concert at Ramore Recreation Grounds, Portrush

Thursday 15th May

9am-5pm Up to Speed – NW200 Exhibition, Ballymoney Museum. Admission free.

9.15am-2.45pm ROADS CLOSE FOR OFFICIAL PRACTICE

9am-9pm BikeSafe NI Free rider assessment at the start area

10am-10pm Vintage & Classic Bike Display Portstewart Town Hall. Admission £3, OAP £1.50, no charge for children accompanied by adult.

5.15pm-9pm ROADS CLOSE FOR RACING (Supersport, Supertwin, Superstock)

9pm-late The Clubsound Show at the Hospitality Marquee

Friday 16th May

9am-4.30pm Up to Speed – NW200 Exhibition, Ballymoney Museum. Admission free.

10am-6pm BikeSafe NI Free rider assessment at the start area

10.30am-12noon Chesca Miles stunt rider show at the finish line

10am-3pm Vintage & Classic Bike Display see Tuesday

12noon-5pm Family Entertainment in the paddock

1pm-3pm Meet the Riders, Coleraine Town Centre. Interviews, autographs and photos

4pm NW Vintage Motorcycle Club Display at Paddock (Cavalcade leaving at 7pm) Music by Harpur’s Hill Steel Band

8pm-late Dave Taylor & the Soulshakers at the hospitality marquee

8.30pm Matchstick Men - Free outdoor concert at the Crescent, Portstewart. (Status Quo tribute)

10.30pm Huge fi reworks display at the Crescent, Portstewart

Saturday 17th May

9am-5pm Up to Speed – NW200 Exhibition, Ballymoney Museum. Admission free.

9am-6pm BikeSafe NI at the start area

9.30am-7pm ROADS CLOSED (RACING FROM 10.30AM)

7pm-late NW200 Wrap Party with Klass at the hospitality marquee

Sunday 18th May

1pm-5pm Up to Speed – NW200 Exhibition, Ballymoney Museum. Admission free.

From 11am “Speed Sunday” Shackleton Barracks, Ballykelly. Speed trials and displays

Dunlop Memorial Gardens & Ballymoney Museum (7 miles from Coleraine)

The beautiful Dunlop Memorial Gardens commemorate the achievements of the late road racing legends, Joey Dunlop ‘The King of the Roads’ and his brother Robert Dunlop ‘The Mighty Micro’. Open every day; admission free. After a visit walk up Main Street to the Museum.